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A cult among the wanderlusts or the ‘Mecca’ for the thrill seekers, Leh-Ladakh is the destination that can tempt anyone to ditch the rest of the world! Seated high in the lap of the Indian Himalayas, a trip to this paradise is an experience of one of its own kind, and can satiate all your cravings for adrenaline rush.

While most of the leisure seekers, honeymooners, nature lovers, or history enthusiasts usually book the many different Leh-Ladakh tour packages, the adventure junkies plan their own Ladakh tour. If you are among one of the thrill seekers, and are yearning for the best of fun and excitement, here are some of the hacks or tips to plan a perfect Leh-Ladakh tour on your own; time to embark on a magical adventure quest!


1. Zanskar Valley

There is no doubt that Zanskar Valley is one of the best places to visit in Ladakh. Located in the Himalayan Range its steep terrains are covered with snow that reflects the clear skies above you. In addition to that, the tributaries of the Zanskar River are famous for white river rafting.

2. Pangong Tso Lake

Remember the breathtakingly beautiful lake from the climax scene of 3 Idiots? Yes! The Pangong Tso is the same lake. The lake is also one of the most suited camping sites and overlooks thousands of travellers each year.

3. Kargil Site

If you haven’t visited Kargil while in Ladakh, then your trip is considered incomplete. It is the second largest town in Ladakh and is situated on the banks of Indus River.

4. Khardung-La Pass

Khardung-La Pass is a must-visit place to visit in Leh Ladakh for adventure junkies. It is managed by the Border Roads Organization and is the gateway to the north.

5. Nubra Valley

If there would be a Top 5 list of places to visit in Ladakh that definitely has to have Nubra Valley mentioned in it. It is said that sand dunes of the Nubra Valley offer the tourists Arabian Nights like experience. Now, it is best to go check for yourself whether the story is true or not.

6. Magnetic Hill

Before you read further, the science behind the phenomenon is unknown. The unique feature of this place is that if you leave your vehicle at the base of the hill with the brakes unlocked, it will start moving uphill on its own. That is what the Magnetic Hill is all about.

7. Spituk Gompa

The place is known as the land of monks and monasteries. Spituk Gompa is one of the many tourist places to visit in Ladakh. It is famous for its beautiful location and the winds at the night may chill you to the bones.

8. Hemis National Park

Hemis National Park is the largest animal park in the entire South of Asia. The park houses endangered mammals like leopards, Asiatic ibex, Tibetan wolf, the Eurasian brown bear, and the red fox.

9. Shanti Stupa

Shanti Stupa is one of the most magnificent and peaceful Buddhist monuments. Walk along the steep slights of the hill to reach the Stupa, which offers beautiful sunrise and sunset views.

10. Hemis Monastery

This monastery is one of the most famous Buddhist monasteries in India. Hemis Monastery is known for its annual mask festival, which is a two-day spiritual celebration.

11. Moonland

Travel to this place during the time of the full moon and you will not regret your visit. They say the experience of watching the moon from here is something you can never get. The moonlight reflecting on this kind of surface is just mesmerizing to watch.

12. Tso Moriri Lake

Its location is the highlight of point of this lake. The barren hills with snow-capped mountains in the backdrop contribute to the scenic beauty of this lake


1. Chhams Dance

Watching the Llams perform the colourful Chhams is a sight to witness. They say that the dance makes you feel the spirit of the locals, which leaves you mesmerized.

2. Spot a Snow Leopard

The sight of a snow leopard is a breathtaking view. One can spot the beautiful animal on the snow leopard trek at the Hemis National Park.

3. Bactrian Camel Safari At Hunder

A once in a lifetime experience is a ride on the double-humped Bactrian Camels at the sand dunes of Hunder along with the breathtaking view of the beautiful Shyok and Nubra River.

4. Highest Cafeteria In The World

Also known as the Maggi Point, this is one of the most unique attractions in the world. Savouring noodles overlooking the Himalayan ranges at Khardung La Pass is a noteworthy experience to have.

5. Yak Cheese and Momos

It is a sure thing that in no other part of the country are you going to get the chance to try out cheese made from Yak milk. Also called Chhurpi, you must try it in its local form or as the delicious Yak cheese momos.

6. Morning Prayer At A Monastery

Visiting the monasteries is one thing but staying overnight is an experience in itself. You can enjoy a stay at Hemis monastery overnight, which enables you to attend early morning prayers as well.

7. Biking Roads

Attention adrenaline junkies, a bike ride on the narrow and rocky terrains awaits you. They say your trip is incomplete until you have driven on the lonely but beautiful roads of Ladakh. So be it any road, just take your bike out or hire one to go exploring.

8. Eat Hot Butter Tea And Local Brew Chang

In Ladakh, you have to try out the local Butter tea and Chang. The local brew made in a cylindrical porcelain pot by fermenting miller is the best thing, especially for tea lovers.

9. Stay With The Locals

Hotel stays are great but living with the locals is something you will not get to try out everywhere. You can get a whiff of the local culture that too first hand. In fact, you can also feast on the Ladakhi cuisine prepared right at home by the locals.

10. Spituk Gompa: Trek To The Hilltop Monastery

This monastery rests at the top of a hill. It is quite a great place to explore by the adventurous souls who would love to trek uphill. Standing at the top one can enjoy a beautiful view of the entire landscape.


The one and the only best time to visit Ladakh are during the months of April and May. It is the best time to visit because the temperature in Ladakh remains moderate and the roads are clear to commute. Otherwise, most of the roads are blocked due to heavy snowfall during the winters. Also, most of the sightseeing places are shut down because of the same reason.

Hence, during the summer months, one can explore the beauty of Ladakh by visiting all its viewpoints.


1. By Air

The nearest airport in Ladakh is the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport located in Leh. This airport is connected with many international airports so it becomes convinent for international travellers to travel.

It also receives flights from Srinagar, Jammu, Chandigarh and other common destinations in India.

2. By Road

The most common route to travel to Ladakh is by road. Especially by bike, many people take bike rides to the place and it is known to be the best route for a road trip.

Although there are bus services also available. There are government and private buses from Srinagar and Manali that take you to Ladakh.

3. By Rail

The nearest railway station to Ladakh is in Tawi. But the station is around 700 km away and is not a preferable route of travel. However, this railway station receives trains from many important destinations, namely; Kolkata, Mumbai and Delhi.

From the station, cabs are available to reach Ladakh.


TThe oasis of serenity and peace is Leh Ladakh. The place features a unique Buddhist lifestyle and the Buddhist monasteries are proof of it. They were built centuries ago and still attract global tourists to Leh and Ladakh.

The ancient rock carvings, large pillars and peace that it oozes out still leave a deep impact on the hearts of each and every traveller. It is true that the culture and lifestyle of Leh Ladakh attract tourists and they love to flock here.

Although the culture of Leh Ladakh is quite similar to the Tibetan culture it holds lots of importance and is safeguarded by the locals. In fact, the religion of the state also follows Tibetan as well as Buddhist influences.


1. Chutagi

The signature dish of Ladakh is the Chutagi. In simple words it is a dumpling soup. It is made of flour into a dumpling with soup consisting of potatoes, carrots and spinach.

2. Skew

Another kind of dumpling soup, although made in the same way as the Chutagi it is shaped like really tiny thumb-sized chapattis. The soup has an essence of all the different vegetables that are put into it.

3. Paba

One way to eat it is with Tangthur and Zathuk, which is basically butter milk in the local language. Also, Paba is mixed with Tangthur and other vegetables and eaten. It is considered a very healthy source of food.

4. Momos

The world famous Tibetan dish is Momo. It is a dumpling with different kinds of stuffing in them. They are cooked in a vessel called ‘Mokto’. It is eaten with spicy chutney but can also be eaten alongside ketchup.

5. Thukpa

Thukpa is noodle soup and is a Tibetan dish that is made in Ladakh. It is prepared by kneading the flour and cooking the broth containing onion, tomato, garlic and other vegetables.

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Leh-Ladakh Tour Packages?

Perched at an astounding height of 3,000+m in the lap of the Indian Himalayas, reaching Ladakh can get a bit difficult at times. Adding more to this, there is always the extreme climatic condition that can make your trip even trickier. Keeping all these in mind, you should always plan your Leh-Ladakh tour package well in advance. Check out the hacks below to know more about how to plan the best budget-friendly Leh-Ladakh tour packages.


Leh-Ladakh Tour by Flight

Located at around 3,256m above the sea level, the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh, serves as the only airport in Ladakh. Owing to the location of the airport, flights usually take-off from here or land only during the morning.

Also, since the number of airlines operating flights to Ladakh are quite few, visitors must keep a close eye and try to book their air tickets at least six months prior to their travel date. Visitors can book flight to Leh from cities like Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar, and Chandigarh. Usually, Air India, Jet Airways, GoAir, and Air Vistara are the airlines that operated to and fro flights.

To note here, a one-way air ticket in your Leh-Ladakh tour packages can cost around INR 16,000 during the usual seasons. On the other hand, if you happen to book tickets during the peak season, you might have to spend around INR 25,000 for one-way.

However, with us, you can always book the cheapest or most affordable flight tickets and add more to your Leh-Ladakh tour. We also offer fixed departures to Ladakh; by booking our fixed departure Leh-Ladakh tour packages, you can always bring down your travel cost to the ‘Land of High Passes’.


Leh-Ladakh Tour Packages by Route Planning

In case, air-tickets sound too expensive while planning a Leh-Ladakh tour, you can always visit this paradise by route planning. This will not only cut down your travel cost, but will also allow you to enjoy the magical beauty of the vicinity while driving through the meandering trails and picturesque valleys.

There are several options of route planning and curate the most amazing Leh-Ladakh tour packages.

Option 01With One-Way Flight Journey
  • Flight to Srinagar
  • Drive from Srinagar to Leh(Srinagar-Leh Highway)
  • Fly from Leh to Your Onward Destination
Option 02 With One-Way Flight Journey
  • Flight/Drive to Manali
  • Drive from Manali to Leh (Manali-Leh Highway)
  • Fly from Leh to Your Onward Destination
Option 03 With One-Way Flight Journey
  • Flight from Delhi to Srinagar
  • Drive from Srinagar to Leh(Srinagar-Leh Highway)
  • Flight from Leh to Your Onward Destination
Option 04 Without Flight Journey
  • Reach Manali
  • Drive from Manali to Leh (Manali-Leh Highway)
  • Drive from Leh to Srinagar
Option 05 Without Flight Journey
  • Drive from Delhi to Srinagar
  • Drive from Srinagar to Leh (Srinagar-Leh Highway)
  • Drive from Leh to Srinagar (Srinagar-Leh Highway)
Option 06 Without Flight Journey
  • Drive from Chandigarh to Manali
  • Drive from Manali to Leh (Manali-Leh Highway)
  • Drive from Leh to Srinagar (Srinagar-Leh Highway)
  • Drive from Srinagar to Jammu


Leh-Ladakh Tour Packages by Cost-Sharing

Cost-sharing is one of the convenient ways to reduce the cost of Leh-Ladakh tour packages. You can start sharing the cost while driving to Leh, opting for sharing stay options, or booking the entire Ladakh tour in a group. While doing so, you save a lot on your trip, and would also get to mingle with co-travellers of different origin or from varied geographic locations.


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We have our own fleet of jeeps and other 4×4 vehicles that are ideal for driving through the rugged trails of Ladakh. Whether from Delhi, Chandigarh, Manali, or Srinagar, you can always book your Ladakh tour with us, and enjoy amazing discounts and offers on the tour.


Discounts on Hotel Bookings

Leh ladakh Tourism is one of the most trusted and leading Ladakh tour operators in the country. With years of experience and an array of Leh-Ladakh tour packages, we also offer a wide range of value for money hotels in Leh-Ladakh region. By booking your stay with us, you will be assured with multiple discounts even in the peak seasons.

Most of our Ladakh tour packages also include experienced guides, local instructors, selective meals, and several other add-ons. Booking your tour with us, you not only get to cut down the cost of your Leh-Ladakh tour, but also get to enjoy the tour like a local!


Owing to the high altitude, Ladakh enjoys a cool ambience almost throughout the year. Though summer can bring in a fair amount of warmth, winters can get extreme cold. For anyone booking Ladakh tour packages, heavy clothes are always advisable. Casual clothing can be used only during the daytime!
Well, though the answer depends on what you are looking for from your vacation, you will surely miss out a piece of paradise if in case you don’t plan a Ladakh trip at least once in your life.
The gorgeous Ladakh Valley is in the upper Indus Valley in India’s Jammu and Kashmir state.
This part of heaven is perched at as astounding height of 3,000m+ above the sea level. Owing to its soaring height, it is fondly called the ‘Land of High Passes’.
As already said, the Ladakh Valley is situated above 3,000m or 9,800ft, you might not have any issues. However, once you gain a height of more than 10,000ft, you might experience lack of oxygen.
For any visitors to Ladakh, getting acclimatised is always advisable.
Getting acclimatised does not require any hard and fast rule. However, on gaining more height, you must follow or practice certain things to maintain your body temperature and avoid Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). For more info on this, please visit:
While in Leh, one can use Airtel, BSNL and Aircel services; however, only post-paid connections works in this region. In case, you are moving away from the city-limits, you can only rely on BSNL for communication. Electricity can be an issue while in Ladakh. Try to keep your gadgets and devices charged or charge them whenever you have access to electricity.
This part of the country is often revered as a mystery box; each day spent here will bring you something new! However, if you really have time constrains, you can book Ladakh tour packages and enjoy an ideal vacation within 15 days.
Yes! Like any other tourist destinations in India, Ladakh also boasts of its excellent and warm stay options. Most of the hotels in here, are divided into A, B, C, and D categories. A-category can be compared to a usual 3-star rated hotel, and so on.
In addition to the hotels, Ladakh is also known for some of the best homestay options in the entire world. In fact, homestays have always been the most sought after stay options for the visitors on a Ladakh tour.
Yes! In fact, road trips; whether by motorcycles or personal cars, are the most popular and sought after ways to reach Ladakh. Road trips to this magical destination usually originates from Delhi, Manali, and Jammu & Kashmir.
Almost the entire of Ladakh Valley is dotted with travel agencies that offers bike or car rental services. Also, till one has a valid Driving License and comes under the jurisdiction to ride or drive in India, he/she can hire a bike or car while on a Ladakh tour.
While within the limits of the Ladakh Valley, you surely won’t have any fuel issues. However, once you move away from the city-limits, you will find very few petrol pumps or filling stations. For visitors booking Ladakh tour packages, it is always advisable to check with the tour operators or to carry additional fuel while on the trip.
While in Leh, you can find an ample of ATMs. The city has around four ATM operated by State Bank of India, Jammu and Kashmir Bank, Axis Bank, and Punjab National Bank.
If you want to enjoy the best of your vacation, you must book Ladakh tour packages between the period of June to October.
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