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About Kargil

The beautiful city of Kargil is the second largest in Ladakh region in Jammu and Kashmir after Leh. Known for its rich cultural, historical and political importance, this city sits at 2676 meters above sea level, along the banks of the Suru or Indus River. The location of Kargil makes for an extreme climate, with temperatures dropping to as low as -45 degree Celsius in winters! Explore this unique region with Leh Ladakh packages, offering a comprehensive way to experience the mesmerizing landscapes and cultural significance of this destination.

The people of Kargil were mostly Tibetan-Buddhist until the 18th and 19th century after which most converted to Islam. They are of mixed Dard and Tibetan descent, and most are Baltis. Kargil is known as the battleground for the Kargil War which was fought in 1999 when Pakistani soldiers, disguised as Kashmiri military insurgents, infiltrated the area in and around Kargil. Ever since several movies and documentaries have been made about the War, the most famous of them being the multi-starrer J P Dutta movie, LOC Kargil.

Kargil is now a peaceful and immensely beautiful city, which serves as a famous spot for tourists year after year. Nestled right in the middle of the massive, naked mountains of the Himalayas, with the pristine waters of the Indus flowing right beside it, Kargil is nothing short of a piece of heaven.

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What is Kargil famous for?

Kargil city is famous for the Kargil War between India and Pakistan, which was fought between May and July, in the year 1999. The war was fought in the District of Kashmir, along the now-famous Line of Control or LOC, in India. It is remembered as one of the most intense battles that took place between the two countries, and relics of the war can still be found in Kargil.

Kargil is also famous for its mixed population, consisting of people belonging to many countries, races and religions, including Hindus, Muslims, Tibetan descendants and Dhards.

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What are the places to visit in Kargil?

1. Zanskar valley: A sub district of the Kargil district, Zanskar Valley lies in the eastern part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. What once used to be a kingdom in Tibet, Zanskar is known by the Zanskar Mountain Range which separates this region from Ladakh. Parts of this range also extend to Himachal Pradesh, separating the Kinnaur and Spiti districts. The highest peaks of Himachal Pradesh are in the Zanskar Range, with an average height of 6000 meters.

Zanskar is well connected to Ladakh by road from Kargil. There is also a trekking route connecting the valley to Himachal Pradesh going through Shingo La, which is considered one of the easiest 5000 meter passes in India, since it involves neither any glacier trekking, nor any steep climbs. The valley, apart from the mighty Himalayas and the Zanskar and Indus river flowing, also offer some beautiful lakes every here and there.

 The most beautiful of them are perhaps the twin lakes known as Lang Tso and Stat Tso right around the corner of Pensi La, the pass known as the gateway to Zanskar Valley. Apart from the obvious self-drive vehicles and private taxis, the safest and most economical, albeit not the most comfortable, way of travelling to Zanskar is by the JKSRTC buses that ply frequently from Srinagar to Kargil for a mere 300-400 rupees per seat. From Kargil, one can catch the less frequent bus going to Padum, the administrative headquarter of Zanskar.

2. Chadar Trek: 
One of the most treacherous treks in the world, the Chadar Trek is a trail in the Zanskar region of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir. Traditionally, this was the only way for locals to travel from Zanskar to Leh, walking over the frozen Zanskar River but now this trail has found immense popularity amongst hikers from all over the world. An extremely difficult trek, the approximate total distance covered during the trek is 105 kilometers and an average trekker walks around 16 kilometers per day, over 7 days.

The starting point of this trek is from Tilad Sumdo, about a kilometer ahead of Chilling village. The temperature during daytime is around -10 degree Celsius and during the night it is usually -20 to -25 degrees, but can also drop to -30 degree Celsius. The trek involves walking over the hard rock sheet of ice on the Zanskar River and camping in extreme conditions. The trek along with your physical strength, also becomes a big test of your mental strength. Although it is now a very glamourous trek, giving successful trekkers major bragging rights, it is not for beginners or for the faint hearted.

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3. Kargil War Memorial: 
Also known as the Dras War Memorial, Kargil War Memorial is a memorial built by the Indian Army in the small town of Dras, about 63 kilometers away from Kargil on the Srinagar-Leh National Highway. This memorial was built in the memory of the soldiers and officers of the Indian Army who were martyred during the Kargil War of 1999.

The biggest attraction of the memorial is the massive sandstone epitaph which bears the names of all the soldiers and officers who were martyred during the war. From the memorial, one can also spot a few peaks that the Indian Army had successfully captured back from Pakistan. Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated annually on 26 July to mark India’s victory in the battle.

4. Mulbekh Monastery: 
Located about 45 kilometres from Kargil, the Mulbekh Monastery is known for its two gompas that belong to the Drukpa and the Gelugpa sects of Buddhism respectively. One of the best places to visit near Kargil, this monastery is situated at a height of 3,304 meters and is most popularly known for its Cahmba statue.

This statue is a massive 9 meters tall carved statue of Maitreya Buddha, overlooking the old trade route and the modern-day highway. Built around the 8th century AD, a lot of scholars and historians have also found a striking resemblance to Lord Shiva as well. The monastery also houses ancient relics and inscriptions dating back to the 14th century, written in Kharosthi script. This is a must visit place for history lovers travelling to Kargil.

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5. Phuktal Monastery: Located in the remote Lungnak Valley of Zanskar, the Phugtal or Phuktal Gompa is one of the very few Buddhist monasteries in the world that can still be only reached on foot. In the warmer months, supplies to this monastery are transported by horses and mules, and during winters, through the frozen Zanskar River of the Chadar trail.

Although a road is expected to be built to the monastery soon, as of today it is a day’s walk from Dorzang with the end of the road leading to Padum, the headquarter of the Zanskar region. Built around a natural cave, this monastery is said to have been frequented by a number of sages, scholars and monks in the past. Built around the 15th century, this monastery belong to the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

A number of festivals are also celebrated all year round in the monastery. Perched high up on a cliff, this monastery gives astounding views of the valley below, and makes for a great spot for those looking to find some peace.

6. Drass Valley: 
Drass Valley is the coldest inhabited place in India, and the second coldest in the world. Often known as ‘the Gateway to Ladakh’, the temperatures can often go as low as -40 degree Celsius in peak winters. The inhabitants of the valley are mostly from either the Dardic or the Baltis Tribes. The Dardics are descendants of the Indo-Aryan race and are believed to have originally migrated from Central Asia to Ladakh.

With the Drass River gurgling through the valley laden with tall, naked mountains, the landscape of Drass Valley is unlike any other, and a sight to see. The valley has several interesting places to visit including the Dongchik village, the Bhimbhet Stone, Ningoor Masjid, Sando Top, Draupadi Kund, and many more.

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7. Rangdum: An isolated village in the remote area of Suru Valley, is known for its mesmerizing landscape of lush green hills on one side, and rocky barren mountains covered with massive glaciers on the other side. This is the last inhabited village in the valley, and is also the summer destination of the nomadic sheep herder called the Bakarwal Tribe. These people trek up to Rangdum from Jammu every year in search of the soft summer grass, for their sheep to graze on.

 The roads leading to Rangdum are in horrible state and there is no phone or internet connectivity available. But this remoteness only makes it a peaceful heavenly abode tuck deep inside the largeness of the Himalayas. A famous spot of the village is the Rangdum Monastery which is located at a height of 4,031 meters on a small but steep hilltop.

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8. Line of Control: 
The Line of Control or the LoC is a military control line between India and Pakistan, and does not have any international legal recognition, but is in fact a de facto border. The internationally accepted border of India and Pakistan lies further to the east and is known as the Line of Actual Control.

The stated reason for the LoC is to prevent infiltration and smuggling of arms from Pakistan into India. The last Indian village close to the LoC is Hunderman, a quaint little village with massive mountains looming over it. Any visitors are needed to identify themselves and people who are not from Kargil are not allowed to spend the night here.

The village was inhabited by people whose homes were dismantled by the war. These people have found a sense of community and togetherness amidst the political instability. A short visit to this village can prove to be quite humbling as you see people living happily despite their tense past. The main tourist attraction here is the Museum of Memories which exhibits relics and artefacts from the Silk Road, and old trade route from Central Asia, including perfume bottles, biscuit tins, bullets etc.

9. Suru Valley: 
With emerald green hills on one side and massive snowcapped rocky mountains on the other, Suru Valley is unlike any other place in the region. The main water source is the Suru River, a tributary of the Indus River. With a host of tourist attractions, Suru Valley is most famously known for its twin peaks, the Nun and Kun Peak at 7,135 and 7,035 meters respectively. Panikhar, a small village in the valley serves as the base camp for expeditions to these two peaks.

Another small village called Sankoo is known for its houses made of a mix of Turkish and Tibetan architecture, while Rangdum village is known for its 18th century monastery. Another village is the Kartse Khar which is known for its 7 feet tall Buddha statue built in the 7th century. With a number of beautiful spots to visit, this valley is well connected to Leh by road.

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What are the things to do in Kargil?

1. Trekking: The beautiful region of Kargil with its rocky mountains and deep gorges also make for some extremely dangerous yet breathtakingly phenomenal trails leading from valley to another. Although the trekking scene in Kargil is comparatively lesser explored, it offers some of the rawest forms of Mother Nature.

The extreme unpredictable weather along with trails like Lamayaru- Leh, Leh- Padum, NunKun Expedition, Chadar Trek, etc. have panoramic views of the Himalayas and are absolutely worth the effort.

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2. Rafting in Kargil: There are two options for river rafting near Kargil- one in the Indus River and the other in the Zanskar River. The most popular route for rafting in the Indus River is from Phey to Nimo and from Upshi to Kharu. These routes have several grade 1 and 2 rapids, and also some grade 3 and grade 5 ones.

 On the other hand, the rafting expedition in the Zanskar River begins from the village of Remla, going on all the way till Nimmu, while passing through picturesque valleys, towering mountains and massive waterfalls near the Zanskar- Markha confluence, camping for several nights throughout the route. There are also options of cutting the expedition short as per the number of days you have.

3. Biking: Biking is a popular adventure sport in Kargil, with both motorcyclists and bicyclists alike riding for days at a stretch through treacherous passes and crumbling roads. This is a perfect activity for those looking for some thrill, and to test their biking skills in one of the most dangerous tracks of the world.

The stunning vistas of the Himalayas provide a great company throughout the ride and make for a great way to get that adrenaline rolling!

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4. Camel safari: The camel safaris in India are not only confined to Rajasthan’s Thar Desert, but are also a popular thing to do in the cold deserts of Ladakh. The double humped Bactarian camels are very commonly found throughout the Nubra Valley from Hundar village to Diskit in Ladakh.

It is a pure sight to see, sitting on these beautiful animals overlooking the massive naked Ladakhi Himalayas, this is a must do activity near Kargil.

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What you will like there?

1. Shopping: Shopping in Kargil region is just as exciting and thrilling as visiting the ancient Gompas as well as the spinning of the prayer wheels to get some good luck. In the marketplaces here, you’ll find the shops that very well narrate the stories of archaic glory. You can see the vendors here selling tobacco pouches, brass kettles, traveling hukkas, amongst the other things. So, what more can you shop here? You can get an array of locally made handicrafts and carpets that are meant for daily use.

Pashmina shawls and the semi-precious gemstones are another must-have item when in Kargil region of Kashmir. Other things that have become synonymous to the Kargil region include the apricot jam and dried apricots which please the tourists with its fascinating taste. Besides all this, you can also find cloth printed with religious themes here. They are sold at every second shop here. So, whenever you are in the Kargil region, go ahead and shop for the alluring souvenirs, just as much as you like

2. Adventure Activities: 
Kargil is centrally located. Its location allows the tourists to undertake several road trips to Leh Ladakh or the nearby regions. Several treks originate both in and around this region. Some of the treks that you can undertake include the Lamayuru Leh trek, NunKun trek trail, Padum Lamayuru trail, Sankaru Dras trail. Given the weather conditions here, trekking can be a challenging experience. The best trek routes include the mountain lakes as well as the areas of Zanskar and Ladakh.

Another water sport that you can enjoy in Kargil is rafting. The common rafting routes here include the Zanskar and river Indus. Other multi-polar tributaries also assure a good rafting experience. It is labeled as the most adventurous and thrilling activity here. You can also visit Ladakh attractions and try different adventures like Ladakh treks.

3. Locals: 
The locals here are very warm and friendly. They’ll greet you with respect and help you in any manner possible. You must try and be as friendly with the locals as possible

4. Climate: 
If you wish to beat the heat of the lower plains, you must plan a visit to Kargil region right away. However, since the weather is chilly you must carry a significant amount of woolen clothes here. Don’t forget rugged boots to travel with ease.

Do I need any documents while visiting Kargil?

Indian citizens residing in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, there is no need to show a passport or a visa in order to visit Kargil City. However, special permits are required to visit certain restricted areas of Ladakh and Kargil if you are travelling from anywhere else in the country.

Visitors from outside India who want to embark on a Kargil trip must carry a valid passport and a visa along with two digital photographs of the person. You will also need a Ladakh Protected Area Permit or the PAP while touring Ladakh and its adjacent regions.

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What should I carry while going to Kargil?

There are certain essential items you should carry while visiting the district of Kargil.

Here is a list of the most suitable clothes for the area that you should take with you:

  • Goggles and sunscreen lotions with SPF amount 30 or higher for protection from sun and UV-rays

  • Vaseline and lip balms

  • Windproof jackets, woollen socks, mufflers and caps

  • Gloves for the bikers

  • Hardy, waterproof shoes which can protect your feet from the cold and help you climb difficult, mountainous terrain

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Your emergency medical kit must contain the following items-

  • Antiseptic medicines and solutions

  • Balms for body aches and pains

  • Medicines for headaches

  • Medicines for stomach aches and nausea

  • Medicines for body pain and dizziness

  • Sufficient amount of Band-Aids

  • Mustard oil for applying in nostrils as the winds are cold and dry in Ladakh and nostrils can become dry and painful due to this condition

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Personal papers and documents such as - 

  • A few copies of your birth certificate 

  • Proof of residency, such as your Aadhaar Card, bank passbook, Voter ID card, etc. 

  • Your passport (if any)

  • Driving license (if any) 

  • A few copies of each of these documents

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Other miscellaneous items should include dry foods, toiletries and handy items such as-

  • Torch with extra batteries

  • A multipurpose pocket knifes

  • Biscuits, nuts, chocolates and your own supply of water

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste

  • Combs, paper soaps, face wash and moisturizer

  • Phone charger

  • Medical Insurance (if any) and a map of Ladakh

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Are rented bikes allowed in Kargil?

Yes, rented bikes are allowed in Kargil city. However, if you have rented your bike from outside Ladakh, then you will not be able to tour the place with that vehicle. You can only tour the place with bikes you rent from within Leh. However, the good news is, because of this strict rule, you can find plenty of bike rentals in Leh. You can also tour the place on your personal vehicle if you own one.

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Can I go shopping in Kargil?

Yes, there is a Main Market in the district of Kargil which is a hub for shopping for locals and tourists. You can find eateries, bakeries, souvenir shops, goods stores, handicraft items, spice markets, electronics and gadgets, and a number of other local products on sale in the Main Market.

It is also a great place to sample the local street food, which is available in small stalls spread throughout the market. All items here are available at a very affordable price.

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what are the best places to stay in Kargil?

There are several good hotels available for a comfortable stay if you are planning to visit Kargil:

1.  Hotel Siachen
Hotel Siachen is situated near the Main Market, near the Old Taxi Stand. It is a very comfortable hotel offering 4-star accommodation, modern facilities and great in-house food options.

2.  Hotel Kargil Heights
This hotel provides great hospitality, along with amenities such as 24-hours front desk, prompt room service, free WiFi, private balconies, room service and much more.

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3. Horizon Ladakh Camp
Horizon Ladakh Camp is situated on Wakha Mulbekh, Near Kargil petrol pump. This is a luxury camp cum tent and offers an open terrace for a great view of the town. This camp offers free Wi-Fi, a garden and free parking

4. Hotel Chhutuk Heights

Hotel Chhutuk Heights is situated on Chhutuk Hydel Project Road, Kargil. This hotel is popular for its racing events, where guests are also allowed to participate and its expansive gardens. They are also known for their warmth and professional services.

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What things should I keep in mind while visiting Kargil?

The extreme weather condition and the rough terrain of the area is the most important thing that you must keep in mind while planning a Kargil trip. It is a must to carry precautionary warm clothes, relevant official documents and ID proofs, emergency medical items and enough water.

It is important to get enough sleep between trips and eat good healthy food. It is also important to remember that less exertion will help the body get used to the low oxygen levels and high altitudes.

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Which are the best hotels in Kargil?

1. Hotel Siachen
Located in the heart of the city of Kargil, Hotel Siachen is right beside the main market which has all important facilities like a bank, the post office, and the tourist help center. With 27 clean and comfortable rooms, this hotel provides facilities like free Wi-Fi, 24 hour room service, cable TV and taxi hire facilities.

 With each room having its own balcony, the hotel also provides buffet breakfasts every morning, and the restaurant menu offers a wide range of dishes from the Indian, Chinese, continental and Ladakhi cuisines made of fresh produce.

2. Hotel The Kargil
With the aim of providing high quality services in one of the remotest parts of the world, Hotel the Kargil is run by the Bagh family, popularly known in Ladakh for their warm hospitality. The hotel’s fine dine restaurant is open every day from 6 am to 10 pm and serves exquisitely prepared buffet meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

For the tourists coming in in a self-drive vehicle, the hotel also offers a complete car checkup before the guests hit the road again. One service the sets this luxurious hotel apart from the rest is its absolutely free of cost laptop rental facility, along with a free connection of Wi Fi.

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3. Hotel Greenland Kargil
Located in the heart of the city, this big hotel with 35 deluxe and standard rooms is a great place to stay at in Kargil. With an uninterrupted view of the Kargil hills, this hotel offers an Internet connection, laundry service, a lip smacking menu of Ladakhi, Indian, Chinese and continental dishes, and a 24 hour room service during peak season.

The highlight of the hotel is that its pet friendly, so now you can easily plan a trip to Ladakh with your dear pet, without much hassle!

4. Caravan Sarai
With 40 fully furnished luxurious rooms, the Caravan Sarai Hotel in Kargil offers independent baths with running hot water, and open sitting spaces which make for a great spot to marvel over the vistas of the Kargil hills while sipping on some hot cuppa! With mouthwatering Indian, Ladakhi, Chinese and continental dishes served at their multi cuisine restaurant, this is one of the best places to stay in Kargil.

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5. PC Palace
Known for its perfect amalgamation of the old world charm of Kargil hospitality, along with the comfort of modern day hotels, PC Palace in Kargil is your home away from home. With seasoned professionals, trained to curate customized trips for their guests, this hotel also serves as the one stop place to plan your adventures ahead of Kargil.

With basic as well as luxurious amenities including free Wi Fi, free parking, 24 hours room service, café etc., this makes for a cozy yet comfortable stay in the lap of Himalayas.

6. Barula Hotel
For guests looking for simple living, a place where one can unwind and relax, Barula Hotel is the place to be at. With spacious and comfortable rooms, tastefully designed to make the guests feel at home, this hotel has all basic facilities like Wi Fi, 24 hour room service, doctor on call etc.

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7. Hotel Rangyul
Located on the Kurbathang Kargil- Leh highway, 6 kilometers away from the main city, this hotel offers separate wooden cottages with stunning views of the mountains from all sides. With 4 luxurious suites and 6 double bed deluxe rooms, Hotel Rangyul has accommodation to suit every need and budget.

A roof top garden, private balconies in each room, and a multi cuisine restaurant serving vegetarian, non- vegetarian as well as Jain meals makes this place perfect for everybody.

8. Hotel Zojila Residency
With its ideal location away from the hustle bustle of the main city, in a more peaceful setting, this hotel is perfect for those looking for some peaceful time. With the rooms overlooking the magnificent Suru River, the hotel is the place to be at for your late evening tea session! The hotel also has all basic amenities like Internet facility, doctor on call and laundry service etc.

The hotel specialty is hands down its magical dining location situated right on the banks of the Suru River!

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9. Royal Gasho Hotel
Due to its majestic royal touch, Hotel Royal Gasho is one the best places to stay at Kargil. With is on call doctor, laundry service, car rental facilities and fully furnished deluxe room, this hotel is truly a class apart.

Is Kargil safe to visit?

Although Kargil’s political past has been unstable due to the Kargil War of 1999, it is now a perfectly peaceful city in the present day, making it a haven for tourists and mountain lovers.

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Is Kargil worth visiting?

Absolutely, with its stunning vistas of the Himalayan mountains, its deep rooted ties to the War of 1999, ample of trekking trails, and its rich history of the trade route from Central Asia, Kargil makes for the perfect vacation spot for any kind of traveler- be it a hiking enthusiast, someone looking for solace in the mountains, or a history buff!

What is the distance between Kargil and Leh?

Kargil is located at a distance of about 218 kilometers from Leh.

What is the weather condition in Kargil?

Kargil experiences extreme winters and moderate summers, with the temperatures ranging from -10 to -25 degree Celsius in winters, and 30 degrees to -5 degree Celsius in the summer months.

Does Kargil have an airport?

Kargil has a military airfield, making it one of the four airports of Jammu and Kashmir. Although the operations at the Kargil airport are primarily for military purposes, in 2012 Air Mantra became the first civilian commercial flight to land at the airport. However, this service never took off and there are talks of renewed attempts to make Kargil a fully functional airport soon.

When did Kargil war happened?

Kargil War took place in 1999 between Indian and Pakistani armed forces when Pakistani military infiltrated Indian land, disguised as Kashmiri terrorists.

Why is Kargil famous as a tourist place?

Kargil is a famous historical battlefield, serving as a popular tourists stop for travelers visiting Ladakh.

Kargil Reviews

Shubham Maheshwari
Reviewed: 03 Aug 2022
Starting with the leh city for 1st 2 days, then to nubra, then pangong, back to leh, going to sonamarg, then srinagar. A well planned itinerary with things so much organized that no one can doubt that a third party app can plan so well! It seemed like it was planned by a person who is so much of ou... Read More
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Harika Malepati
Reviewed: 01 May 2023
It was really a great trip of 8 nights and 9 days , drivers were very kind both in ladhak and kashmir , Stay places were clean and neat specially rooms as well as houseboat at kashmir was fab . I would definitely recommend Thrillophila for ur travel plans 😊
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Vipul Jain
Reviewed: 05 Aug 2019
Recapturing Leh-Ladakh It was Manali-Jispa-Sarchu-Leh-NubraValley-Pangong-Leh-Kargil-Srinagar, I was a solo rider with RE Himalayan. In total, my group consists of 22 people and 17 Bikes. It was one hell of a journey. The group, guide, mechanic, truck driver, and the organizer were awesome. They mad... Read More
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Vipul Jain
Reviewed: 01 Aug 2019
Recapturing Leh-Ladakh It was Manali-Jispa-Sarchu-Leh-NubraValley-Pangong-Leh-Kargil-Srinagar, I was a solo rider with RE Himalayan. In total, my group consists of 22 people and 17 Bikes. It was one hell of a journey. The group, guide, mechanic, truck driver, and the organizer were awesome. They... Read More
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Vivek Kumar Samantaray
Reviewed: 30 Aug 2022
It was amazing. Bikes needs a little more maintained.
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Sourabh Himanshu
Reviewed: 15 Aug 2022
Thanks for making everything as dream abt ladakh
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