Leh

  • 40+ Popular sightseeing Places
  • 10+ Passes in Leh – Ladakh
  • 10+ Monasteries
  • 10+ Adventure Activities
  • 20+ Events & Festivals
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Leh - Ladakh

An extreme, rare, pure and wonderful land where people experience some unusual and unique feelings of the lifetime. Leh and Ladakh is mostly famous among youngsters and those who love to ride. It is a passion of youth to ride through the mighty, calm, rare and high altitude roads with their best buddies. After Leh and Ladakh become accessible, the place is occupied with tourists from around the globe. If you want to experience something different and want to explore the height of Himalayas while behind the wheels, then a trip to Leh and Ladakh could do justice to your time and money, as it will turn out to be a trip of lifetime.

Places Attractions
Leh Leh Main Bazaar,The Khar – Leh Palace, Tsemo Castle, Namgyal Gompa, Sankar Gompa, Spituk Monastery, Zorawar Fort, Shanti Stupa, Hall of Fame, Datun Sahib, Sindhu Ghaat, Phyang Monastery
Nubra Valley Khardung La Pass, Khalsar Bactarian camel safari, Yarab Tso, Sumur, Panamik village Diskit monastery, Lachung temple and Hundur monastery, Maitreya Buddha, Samstanling Monastery
Drass Dras war memorial , Minamarg, Ningoor Masjid, Mushko Valley Trek, Matayen, Trek to Saliskote, Mushko Valley Trek, Trek to Suru Valley, Trek to Amarnath
Lamayuru MoonLand, Lamayuru Monastery, Wanla Gompa, Uleytokpo
Tso Moriri Lake
Korzok Monastery, Birding, Wildlife Excursions, Korzok Gustor festival
Kargil Mulbekh Monastery, Drass war memorial, Kargil main street, Suru Basin
Other Places and Landmarks Stongdey Monastery, Stok Khangri, Sankoo, Sarchu, Keylong, Phugthal, Phugthal, Padum, Zanskar, Zangla, Rangdum, Jispa, Karsha, Basgo, Pangong Tso
Changthang Nyoma, Hanley, Churmur, Chushul, Samedh

Inner Line Permits required Places ILP covers
Pangong Tso Chang La, Tangtse, Durbuk and Spangmik
Nubra valley Khardung La, Khalsar, Diskit,Turtuk, Sumur, Hunder,Takashi, Panamik and Warshi
Tso Moriri Chumathang, Sumdo, Mahe, Karzok
Changthang Valley Man, Merak, Koyul, Hanle, Chushul, Loma, Nyoma, Mahe, Sumdo
Batalik Khalsi, Damkhar, Skurbuchan, Dargoo, Hanoo, Dah, Batalik
Tangyar Trek
Leh – Saboo – Diggar La – Tangyar
Other Places Marsimak La, Phobrang, Wari La, Agham Shyok Route

FAQs Answers
Who should and shouldn’t visit Leh and Ladakh? Anybody who is fit enough to live in a high altitude atmosphere. Those who have Asthma, Heart decease, Hypertension, Kidney disease, Diabetes should avoid going to Leh and Ladakh.
What is the best time to visit Leh and Ladakh? June to September is the best time to visit Leh and Ladakh. Rain showers are very rare in Leh and Ladakh and that’s why it is advised to go Ladakh during monsoon.
When and Where do I need permits? Permits are compulsory for every traveler if they want to access some protected and popular places of Ladakh. Army check posts check your permit to allow you go further.
Who needs to get Inner Line Permit to access protected areas of Ladakh? According to new circular issued in June 2017, foreigners as well as Indian citizens need ILP to access protected areas of Leh and Ladakh. Citizens of Jammu & Kashmir and children below 12 don’t need ILPs.
How to apply for Inner Line Permits ILPs 2018?
You can apply for PAP or ILP online now through the official website www.lahdclehpermit.in. Just in case if you want to get permit offline then you can get it from TIC Office, Opposite J&K Bank, Main Market, Leh
What about the availability of Gas Stations in Ladakh? There are only two gas stations available in and around Leh. You need to keep spare fuel with you if you are considering covering more than 300 km.
Can any vehicle enter beyond Leh? Taxi’s from other states are not allowed to go beyond Leh. You have to book local taxi for sightseeing and access Ladakh. They strictly check for private vehicles as well. If you are coming in taxi from somewhere else, you can only go till Leh, to go beyond Leh you either have to book local taxi or has to hire a vehicle for self-drive.
How many days are good to visit Leh and Ladakh? 10-12 Days are enough for a complete trip which covers almost every popular places of Ladakh. But also keep 1 or 2 days in buffer for any emergency.

About Backpacking

  • If you are coming during June to September, it is advised to keep your backpack smartly packed. Keep mild woolen gear packed.

About Journey

  • Try to cover your itinerary as per your schedule.
  • Keep spare fuel if on a roadtrip to Leh.
  • Check and ensure the good mechanical condition of your vehicle.
  • Keep your ID proof with you while on a trip to Leh and Ladakh.
  • Ensure the credibility of Inner Line Permits and go accordingly.

About Sightseeing

  • Keep the environment neat and clean.
  • In some regions of Ladakh, you are not allowed to bring cameras, which is why it is advised not to use cameras where photography is prohibited.

Note: The purpose of information given above is to guide people through the various offerings of Leh – Ladakh and help them set their mind to plan their trip to Leh – Ladakh. This information is given in very sophisticated manner and for any detailed information; refer to our blog section.

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