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Ladakh Bike Trip : Manali Leh Srinagar Best Seller
Ladakh Bike Trip : Manali Leh Srinagar

12D/11N

Ladakh

Price Variants:Variant 1:  Self Drive (own bike & fuel): INR 35300/- per personVariant 2: Double Rider (2 people sharing 1 bike): INR 43300/- per personVariant 3: Single Rider (1 person on 1 bike): INR 52300/- per personGroup Size: 18 to 22 Participants/ 10-15 Bikes | Open for Solo or Groups.Multiple Departure Dates from June to SeptemberAbout the Destination Ladakh, the jewel in the crown of Jammu and Kashmir, is blessed with the fascinating Himalayan Range. Embraced with the captivating beauty of the scenic meadows, rivers, cold deserts and enchanting trails, the region boasts of being an adventure hub in the country. Be it for the trekkers, bikers, skiers or any other adventure sports, Ladakh is one hotspot for all! In addition, the option to explore the stunning beauty and appeal of the region through Ladakh bike trip always add an extra amount of fun and excitement to a tour to this ‘Land of High Passes’. About the Trip This bike trip to Leh-Ladakh from Delhi will take you to Ladakh, Srinagar, and Manali. Over the course of your bike trip to Ladakh, you will be introduced to various challenges, extremely uneven routes, narrow passes and much more! This apart, you can also expect to make stops and ride through fascinating landmarks like Khardung-La, the highest pass in the world, Tanglang La (17,600ft), Lachulung La (16,680ft), BaralachaLa (16500ft), the beautiful Zojila Pass as well as Pangong Lake.
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570 Ratings

5.0

570 Ratings

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INR 35,300

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Bike Trip to World's Highest Motorable Road: Umlingla Pass Featured
Bike Trip to World's Highest Motorable Road: Umlingla Pass

12D/11N

Manali

Departure DatesMay 31 | June 5,15 | August 14,29 | September 13,28 Price variantsSelf Drive (own bike & fuel): INR 25000Double Rider(2 people sharing 1 bike): INR 37000, Single Rider(1 person on 1 bike): INR 50000,Seat in SUV/TT: INR 28000Group Size32 to 38 Participants | 18-20 BikesAbout the DestinationKashmir has been the inspiration of many artists and poets alike. It is gifted by many of nature's wonders. One such wonder is the land of Ladakh, lying on the rain shadow side of the HimalayasThe Land of High Passes, Ladakh, rightfully owns this name. Apart from the apparent beauty of this coveted destination, Ladakh has much more in store for the people visiting this land. Home to the previous winner of the title of the highest motorable road in the world, Khardung La, Ladakh has outdone itself in taking that record further by a little over 1000ft. The recently opened Umling La near Hanle, Ladakh stands at a whopping height of 19,300ft above sea-level and is now world's highest motorable road. Take the exclusive opportunity to attempt riding a bike on the highest motorable road of the world for a good couple of hoursAbout The TripThe trip that is every Indian's dream tour, starts with you on a bike from Manali through Rohtang Pass, Jispa, Sarchu, TsoKar, Hanle, Pangong, Khardung La, Leh, Kargil, Zoji La pass, and finally to Sonamarg.The trip's highlight is the exclusive chance to drive on the highest motorable road in the world, a feat that is brought to you only by Thrillophilia.You can choose to ride the bike on the world's highest motorable road or can visit in a seat in an SUV.Witness other beautiful wonders of Ladakh like Shanti Stupa, Pangong, TsoKar, Khardungla, Hundar Sand Dunes etc..Route: Manali- Rohtang-Keylong- Jispa-Baralacha La-Serchu- Gata Loops-Nakila-Lachungla-Pang-More plains-TsoKar- Hanle-Umlingla Pass (19300ft) Pangong via Shyok route-Nubra-Khardungla- Leh-Magnetic Hill-Kargil-Zojila Pass–Sonamarg- Srinagar
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49 Ratings

5.0

49 Ratings

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INR 29,500

INR 25,000

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Ladakh: the Long and Winding Road New
Ladakh: the Long and Winding Road

12D/11N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Make your vacation special with this one of a kind road trip to Leh and get a chance to experience the best trip ever.Start your trip in your bus and enjoy an amazing camping night at Jispa and then continue your trip.Soak in the scenic beauty of this region while you take this trip through the serene roads. Learn about the culture of the Ladakis and admire the magnificent landscapes.Also, trek through the quaint villages and then continue to the Sham valley which is known for its culture and people.Visit the Nubra valley and then Pangong and Hunder. Enjoy an amazing camel ride while at the Hunder Valley.Return while riding through the highest motorable pass and then at the top of the mountain you will start cycling.Ride through the scenic views and then complete your ride.Conclude your tour after reaching your location and get ready for your return journey.The features of the packages are as follow:Trip leaders: on every trip, the trip leader is carefully selected to add value to the trip. They are passionate about traveling and could be musicians, yoga teachers, film makers; trained to do more than just logistics and enhance the overall experience of the trip.Personally vetted stays: the properties/home stays we choose are personally vetted by us making sure all the facilities are available with a keen focus on the aesthetics. These stays ensure to provide you with a local feel with a hint of luxury.Itineraries with a difference: the itineraries ensure that you get the optimum travel experience with adequate time at each location. The routes from one location to another are also unique and usually coupled with an activity like rafting/cycling with breath taking views.Safety: all safety measures are taken into account for the activities and the trip overall. Small group sizes: the groups will be small and intimate and hence the tour will accommodate a maximum group size of 10 with a trip leader to avoid overcrowded trips which hamper the experience.
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31 Ratings

4.0

31 Ratings

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INR 66,400

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Camel Safari in Nubra Valley Flat 20% off Featured
Camel Safari in Nubra Valley Flat 20% off

Ladakh

Start point: Hunder Sand DunesEnd point: Hunder Sand DunesLeh Ladakh is famous for both its amazing beauty and adventurous activities. Vacation at this place is the dream of almost every traveler. We are here with an exciting package that will help you in making this vacation more memorable.About the activity:Get ready to experience the thrill of riding on a double-humped camel and mounting the beautiful landscapes of the high altitude desert. Camel safari has started gaining a reputation of being one of the best fun things to be done in Ladakh. The camels have the capacity of carrying 2-3 adults at a time, the renowned camel safaris in Hunder are considered to be amongst the best in the world. For the people who wish to endure some raw rural taste of this place then these safaris are an excellent medium as riding on these camels feels a lot like a nomad wandering in the deserts.
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33 Ratings

3.0

33 Ratings

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INR 265

INR 210

Leh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Pangong
Leh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Pangong

7D/6N

Ladakh

About the Activity: Make your vacation a special one with this exciting 7 days 6 nights sightseeing tour in Ladakh.Ladakh, a muse for writers, a haven for bikers and a perfect getaway for the experience loving travellers! Experience one of the best Ladakh tour packages while you're cuddled in the laps of the mighty Himalayan and Karakorum ranges, it is a destination that is beautified by contrasts!During the course of this tour, you will get to explore Sangam, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Nubra valley, Leh and Pangong Tso lake. Explore the amazing beauty of the region with the valleys and the serene surroundings.Experience the joy of riding in a double hunk camel in the Nubra valley and enjoy the beauty of the Pangong Tso lake as it slowly changes its colour.This Ladakh tour package boasting this destination is deservedly among the gorgeous natural spectacles in the world!Conclude your tour after getting transferred to the airport and head back home with wonderful memories from this Ladakh trip. Duration of the Tour: 7D/6N Highest Altitude: Khardung La Pass (18,380 feet)Group Size: 6 PAXTour Type: Group Departure
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486 Ratings

4.0

486 Ratings

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INR 19,500

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Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh
Markha Valley Trek, Ladakh

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Kept away from the Indian monsoon, Ladakh is the cold desert brimming with the nature's revelations in plenty. The trekker's dream destination is the culturally distinct Ladakh. Here is a trekking trip to Markha Valley, a rare piece of paradise located at a good altitude.This 9 day long trek unravels the phenomenal and kaleidoscopic views from the summit. Watch the lazy yet beautiful series of willow and gorse thickets from the valley.Skiu, Chilling, Leh, Thuchungtse, Nimaling, Shang Sumdo, Gongmarula Pass, Hemis monastery etc are the major sights you would witness during the trek.Choose the package which includes food, accommodation in deluxe hotels as well as tents and all the transportation during the tour.There are different costs depending on the number of people choosing the package as:For 02 Pax : Rs. 42234/- per headFor 03 Pax : Rs. 36230/- per headFor 04 Pax : Rs. 31053/- per headFor 05 Pax : Rs. 29350/- per headFor 06 Pax : Rs. 26806/- per head
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23 Ratings

4.0

23 Ratings

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INR 26,806

Snow Leopard Trek ( Winter Expedition)
Snow Leopard Trek ( Winter Expedition)

11D/10N

Ladakh

About the Activity:The wildlife found in Ladakh has special recognition as all the species here are very rare and only live in such a climatic condition. Hence, protecting them is a crucial task for maintaining the balance of nature prevailing in Ladakh and the surroundings.Hemis National Park where the number of snow leopards is comparatively higher is the target of this 11 day trekking trip starting from Leh.From October to March, it is the ideal time to spot many snow leopards freely roaming in their habitat searching for their preys.Arrive at Leh on the first day and roam around to create a mesmerising rapport with the land of monastery and rough terrains.Visit the famous Buddhist monasteries in and around Leh, spend three to four days around Hemis National Park to have the best views of snow leopard and other commonly seen animals like Nyan or Tinetan Argali, Himalayan blue sheep, Uriel, Shapo, Asiatic ibex skin, red fox, Tibetan wolf, Pallas Cat etc.The package includes food, accommodation and transportation during the trip which is inclusive of airport transfer.There are different costs for the package depending on the number of people and are as follow:For 02 PAX : Rs. 63942/- per headFor 03 PAX : Rs. 54500/- per headFor 04 PAX : Rs. 49530/- per headFor 05 PAX : Rs. 45400/- per headFor 06 PAX : Rs. 41626/- per head
Very Good

24 Ratings

3.0

24 Ratings

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INR 41,626

Ladakh: the Land of High Passes
Ladakh: the Land of High Passes

10D/9N

Ladakh

About the Activity:The land of high passes including Khardung La, Baralacha La etc is Ladakh, the throbbing sight suitable for trek lovers as well as adventure seekers.There are towering Himalayan snow peaks, the beautiful Buddhist monasteries and many more adventurous points.Here is a 10 day trip to relish the unleashing nature's beauty at its best. From Srinagar the trip starts and it goes through Leh, Pangong Tso, Hunder, Nubra etc offering you the best moments to be spent.Watch the majestic glimpses of the Indus and Zanskar confluence, cycle down the highest motorable pass in the world that is Khardung La to Leh, roam around the local places near Leh, camp near the appreciated Pangong Tso and ride the unique double humped camels at Hunder and also indulge your heart with rafting during your tour.This package includes food, accommodation in tents and hotels and transportation during the whole sightseeing tour.The features of the package are as follow:Trip leaders: on every trip, the trip leader is carefully selected to add value to the trip. They are passionate about traveling and could be musicians, yoga teachers, film makers; trained to do more than just logistics and enhance the overall experience of the trip.Personally vetted stays: the properties/home stays we choose are personally vetted by us making sure all the facilities are available with a keen focus on the aesthetics. These stays ensure to provide you with a local feel with a hint of luxury.Itineraries with a difference: the itineraries ensure that you get the optimum travel experience with adequate time at each location. The routes from one location to another are also unique and usually coupled with an activity like rafting/cycling with breath taking views.Safety: all safety measures are taken into account for the activities and the trip overall. Small group sizes: the groups will be small and intimate and hence the tour will accommodate a maximum group size of 10 with a trip leader to avoid overcrowded trips which hamper the experience.
Superb

35 Ratings

4.0

35 Ratings

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INR 48,763

Ladakh: the Journey to the One Home Village
Ladakh: the Journey to the One Home Village

12D/11N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Take a road trip to Leh which draws the picture of the valleys and the snow-clad peaks very well. Here is a 12 day trip to Leh from Delhi.For the first part of the road trip, you will get a ride in a comfortable bus from Delhi to Manali.Spend a day exploring Manali and get acclimatized to the higher altitudes.From Manali the real road trip begins! Drive towards Leh and camp out in Jispa, trek through the beautiful mountains and stay with the Ladakhis in their quaint villages, gaze at the magnificent beauty of Yuretse a.k.a “One Home Village” and visit the Hemis National Park to while you trek to Markha Valley.Walk through Gandha La, which is pass at the height of 4900 Mts, engage in an exciting rafting in Zanskar and witness the relishing charm of Pangong and Hunder, Nubra Valley and the relative sites and monasteries.You can opt to extend your trip by a day and complete the circuit by driving from Leh to Srinagar, stopping over at Mulbekh / Kargil for the night.The features of the packages are as follow:Trip leaders: on every trip, the trip leader is carefully selected to add value to the trip. They are passionate about traveling and could be musicians, yoga teachers, film makers; trained to do more than just logistics and enhance the overall experience of the trip.Personally vetted stays: the properties/home stays we choose are personally vetted by us making sure all the facilities are available with a keen focus on the aesthetics. These stays ensure to provide you with a local feel with a hint of luxury.Itineraries with a difference: the itineraries ensure that you get the optimum travel experience with adequate time at each location. The routes from one location to another are also unique and usually coupled with an activity like rafting/cycling with breath taking views.Safety: all safety measures are taken into account for the activities and the trip overall. Small group sizes: the groups will be small and intimate and hence the tour will accommodate a maximum group size of 10 with a trip leader to avoid overcrowded trips which hamper the experience.
Superb

27 Ratings

4.0

27 Ratings

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INR 64,325

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11 Days Manali to Leh Bike Trip
11 Days Manali to Leh Bike Trip

11D/10N

Leh

About the Activity:If you are looking for a fun tour of Leh, this biking tour is a perfect fit for you.On your first day, arrive in Manali and meet your group. Then, understand the program and get briefed about the whole tourStart your bike ride from Manali with one of the awesome Ladakh tour packages of ours and drive to Keylong via the beautiful and famous Rohtang Pass, Lahaul Valley, Jispa and Baralacha high mountains, located in the Zanskar range. Explore Pang, Tsomoriri, Tso Moriri lake, Shanti Stupa, Nubra Valley, Khardung La pass, Diskit Gompa, Pangong Lake, Zingrail and the Changlang .End your amazing biking tour and bid adieu to your teammates 
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85 Ratings

5.0

85 Ratings

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INR 30,999

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Stok Kangri Trek
Stok Kangri Trek

8D/7N

Ladakh

About the Activity:The land of lofty peaks, Ladakh is a dream destination for adventure lovers all over the world. Such an adrenaline rushing trekking trip is here in front of you.An 8 day trip to Stok Kangri which is the most beautiful peak in Ladakh, that has some decent adventurous trails in its route though they are comparatively less challenging would be real life opportunity for you.To do the mountaineering, arrive at Leh on the first day any time you are convenient with and acclimatize.The next day onward, your sightseeing excursion starts to gaze at the glorified Buddhist monasteries and the ramparts of Ladakh and then climb up to the summit of 6150 meters.Are you excited to know what kind of sights will be there from the summit? The Saser peak in the Karakoram range where the K2 is lying so peacefully would be offering you the best ever views.The package includes food, accommodation in hotels and tents and transportation during the trip.
Superb

27 Ratings

4.0

27 Ratings

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INR 23,830

Ladakh Motorcycle Tour ( All Inclusive- from Delhi to Delhi)
Ladakh Motorcycle Tour ( All Inclusive- from Delhi to Delhi)

11D/10N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Extreme climatic conditions as well the rough roads never pulled any traveller of Ladakh back because of the unlimited array of wonders the paradise on Earth can present before any beholder's eyes.If you would like to swirl through the typical enigma Ladakh possesses, then check this 11 day package of a thrilling bike tour covering the long distances from Manali till Tso Kar and back.After you take an overnight journey in a Volvo bus from Delhi, you will arrive at Manali, the starting point of your bike ride. Receive the majestic 300 CC Royal Enfiled and find the tires of your bike creating the scars of achievements as you conquer every location.From Manali, you will be gearing up your bike to Jispa, Sarchu, Nubra Valley, Leh, Pangong Lake, Tso Kar which have countless attractions to showcase. Experience the adrenaline rush in you while you get ready to cross the Khardung La Pass, Baralacha La Pass etc as well.Totally, the adventure and excitement this trip can put forth would surprise you and of course you have to experience Ladakh to believe your ears.The package includes food, accommodation in tents and guest houses and transportation from Delhi to Manali and return after the bike tour.
Superb

33 Ratings

4.0

33 Ratings

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INR 37,207

Ladakh Bike Trip ( from Delhi or Manali)
Ladakh Bike Trip ( from Delhi or Manali)

8D/7N

Ladakh

About the Activity:There are multiple departures in the month of June, July, August and September for Ladakh rides. The trip can also be customized for the groups (min group size 10) as per their dates and destinations to be covered.There are 2 different variants for this bike ride:Manali – Ladakh – Manali:Expedition Dates: 24 June – 01 July | 15 July – 22 July | 12 August – 19 AugustSELF BIKE:2 Person on 1 Bike: Rs 18,900/-1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 19,900/-RENTED BIKE:2 person on 1 Bike: Rs 27,450/-1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 36,450/-Seat in Cab: Rs 29,900/-Delhi Ladakh Delhi:Expedition Dates: 22 June – 02 July | 13July – 23 July | 10 August – 20 AugustSELF BIKE:2 Person on 1 Bike: Rs 26,900/-1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 27,900/-RENTED BIKE:2 person on 1 Bike: Rs 34,450/-1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 42,450/-Seat in Cab: Rs 34,900/-*Service Tax of 9% applicable on above cost.A RIDE TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD, A RIDE OF DREAMS, A RIDE LIKE STARS ON SHOULDERS.Buckle up for the Bike Ride of your Lifetime, mounting on your Iron Horse, towards the mesmerizing cold desert of Ladakh. Starting from Delhi, riding over 3000 km across the rugged terrains of Himalayas, stopping over the sapphire lakes, and conquering 10 high altitude mountain passes including the All Mighty Khardung La that stands tall at the height of 18,380 ft. The ride will take you through the green valleys of Kashmir to cold desert of Ladakh.With clear blue skies and brown mountains, the landscape of Ladakh becomes surreal. Cherish the beauty of Ladakh with some adrenaline pumping in your body as you thump across the meandering roads into the deep, isolated, but surreal part of the world.All the adventure Junkies, just gear up and be ready to Thump !!High Altitude Passes Covered: Khardung La, Taglang La, Chang La, Zozi La, Baralacha La, Rohtang La, Fotu La, Namik La, Lachung La, Nakee LaDestinations: Leh, Nubra, Diskit, Turtuk, Pangong Tso, Magnetic Hill, Kargil, Drass, Pang, Sarchu, Jispa, Keylong, Srinagar, Manali, Jammu
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28 Ratings

4.0

28 Ratings

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INR 22,000

INR 18,900

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Trans Himalayan Jeep Safari Tour
Trans Himalayan Jeep Safari Tour

8D/7N

Ladakh

About the Activity:A trans Himalayan journey that covers the exotic beauty of a high altitude cold desert overflowing with age-old attractions and ruins is just here for you.The jeep safari for 8 days starting from Manali has enough promises to keep during the journey to obtain maximum views of Ladakh and its siblings.From Manali, you will be taken to Jispa, the centre. Then onward the extensive tour along the green meadows conflicting with the white snowy peaks of the Himalayas throughout begins.Scribe down what all you have observed while strolling around the local markets and bazaars of Leh, have the new experience of meeting the local residents and delve into unseen culture of the valley.The very popular Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable pass in the world would enhance the breath of yours while you invite it for a challengeHave the best time of your life at Nubra Valley where nature seems to be taking rest for a long time and also the Pangong Tso where beauty has been in comma for hundreds of years, it feels.On the tour, enjoy the umpteen glimpses of ruined palaces, archaic monasteries and the quintessential possessions of nature at their bestThe package includes food, accommodation in hotels and transportation during the whole trip.There are different costs for the package depending on the number of people travelling.
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26 Ratings

4.0

26 Ratings

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INR 23,380

Contribute a Solar Lantern, in Bihar | Light up India
Contribute a Solar Lantern, in Bihar | Light up India

1D

Ladakh

Let's support a good cause!A team of two friends - Varun Gupta and Vijay Nagar are running Ladakh Marathon 2017 for a cause and took this as an opportunity to give back to the society.They are running 42 Km in Ladakh on 10th September 2017 to raise funds to buy solar lantern to be distributed to the families in the flood affected areas of Bihar. Many have lost their lives and many are adversely affected by the flood. This project aims at bringing mass impact in the lives of all those people living without power and allowing them realize their lost dream.Last year, they lit up more than 40 households in Ladakh which impacted more than 100 lives, with the help of all the supporters and contributors. This year, they've raised their bar 10x higher!People without electricity use kerosene lamps which has adverse effect on their health and ultimately they become sick and diagnosed with severe diseases. Whereas solar lantern has multiple benefits which can help a family earn extra income by working beyond sunset. Solar lantern does not emit poisonous smoke rather it the cleanest form of alternative energy available to humans. It is simple to use and easy to operate, one has to just put the solar panal at the roof and connect it with the device. During the day it will get charged and at night  you can put it to use. This process goes on and on. Lastly, it doesn’t require any maintenance or recurring cost as in the case of the kerosene lamp.They have been running the solar awareness program under the name “Lighting Up India” where they educate people about the solar in the areas where there is less or no electricity. Each lantern sponsored will make this project successful and light up more than 2000 homes, thereby removing the kerosene lamps from their houses. 
Very Good

40 Ratings

3.0

40 Ratings

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INR 350

Markha Valley Tour
Markha Valley Tour

8D/7N

Ladakh

About the Activity: The Markha Valley trek is one of the most popular treks in Ladhak, with it's varied landscapes, flowing rivers and snow capped peaks. This relatively short trek is spanned over a diversifies geography, spend 8 days trekking over grasslands, monastic towns and beautiful villages. Visit the Hemis National Park where you will encounter a wide array of exotic and rare wildlife. Marvel at religious shrines and quaint monasteries as you learn the culture and way of life at these villages. Conclude your trek by crossing the Kongmaru La pass (5200m), the highest pass on the trek and get dropped  back at Leh. 
Superb

29 Ratings

4.0

29 Ratings

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INR 20,210

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Leh Ladakh to Manali Bike Trip Package 2020
Leh Ladakh to Manali Bike Trip Package 2020

10D/9N

Ladakh

Price VariantsCost with Own Bike: INR 27950 per personDouble Rider(2 people sharing 1 bike): INR 34300 per personSingle Rider(1 person on 1 bike): INR 41300 per personGroup Size- 18 to 20 Participants/ 10 Bikes | Open for Solo or GroupsAbout the DestinationThe land of high passes, Ladakh is a true beauty and a gift of nature to the already beautiful land of Kashmir in India. Known for being the land of adventures and mysteries, Ladakh has a lot of tricks up its sleeve and reveals them all to its visitors in due time. Home to Ladakhi culture and people, surrounded by some of the most beautiful mountain ranges of the world, and gifted with stunning landscapes like the Dunes of Hundar and Pangong Lake, Ladakh will beckon to you to visit again when you leave. So might as well listen to itAbout the TripA bike trip through the Ladakh is almost every Indian's dream tripBike trip of Ladakh is not only an Indian but is also an international favorite because of the many high mountain passes hereExperience the culture of Ladakh and the lifestyle in these harsh conditions of livingRide on one of the highest motorable passes in the world, the famous Khardung LaVisit the grand Pangong Tso Lake, which will easily take your breath awayAlso, visit the Diskit MonasteryThese 10 days will be the forever favorite of your life
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255 Ratings

5.0

255 Ratings

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INR 30,450

INR 27,950

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Manali to Leh Ladakh Bike Trip from Delhi
Manali to Leh Ladakh Bike Trip from Delhi

10D/9N

Ladakh

Departure DatesJune  9,14,15,21,22,29 July 6,10,13,20,28  August 3,10,17,24,31  September 7Price variantsSelf Drive (own bike & fuel): INR 28800 per personDouble Rider(2 people sharing 1 bike): INR 34800 per personSingle Rider(1 person on 1 bike): INR 41800 per personSize of group- 18 to 20 Participants/ 10 Bikes | Open for Solo or GroupsAbout the DestinationThe Manali Leh highway has been claimed by many to be the most beautiful highways in the world. The road that encompasses the phenomenal sights, some of the most exciting mountain passes like Khardung La, Nakee La, Barlacha La and Tanglang La, goes through 21 death defying Gata loops to finally reach into the most beautiful piece of land on earth, the city of Leh.About the tripThis bike trip will take you through some of the most memorable roads and will mesmerize you with the sights of some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the HimalayasYou can indulge in adventure activities in the Solang Valley near ManaliRide over the beautiful Rohtang pass and into Lahaul ValleyRide for days to finally reach LehExperience the mysterious magnetic hill of LadakhDrive over the highest civilian motorable pass of the world, Khardung LaTake a camel double-humped rideVisit the famous Pangong Tso (the lake from 3 idiots)These 10 days will forever sit in your memories as the fondest ones
Excellent

213 Ratings

5.0

213 Ratings

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INR 31,300

INR 28,800

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Leh Ladakh Honeymoon Packages from Bangalore
Leh Ladakh Honeymoon Packages from Bangalore

7D/6N

Leh

About the Destination:Leh, the once a summer capital of Ladakh, is indeed one of most gorgeous landscapes in the world. With Leh Ladakh honeymoon packages from Bangalore, now you can spend a special honeymoon with your beloved high up in the mountains.  Not just the city of Leh and its palatial monasteries of Shey and Thiksey but also its surrounding areas will remain etched in your heart forever! Be it the deep valleys of Nubra along the Khardungla Pass, the world's highest motorable road, or the ever-frozen yet scenic Pangong Lake, Leh is sure to leave you wanting for more! Rafting in the rapids of the Zanskar River is another exhilarating experience by itself. About the Tour:-Spend your honeymoon high up in the mountains while you head out on this  Leh Ladakh honeymoon packages from Bangalore.-Start your tour after your arrival at Leh and then get transferred to your hotel for the night.-Soak in the amazing beauty of the region with the beckoning valleys, stunning mountains and the sacred monasteries.-Visit some of the famous places like Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Indus Valley, Shey, Thiksay Monastery, Stok Palace and Hemis Monastery.-Experience the fun while driving through Khardungla Pass and then enjoy a camel safari at Hunder Sand Dunes.-While at Nubra valley admire the famous Big Buddha at Diskit Monastery and then spend a glittering night beside Pangong lake.-Head out for a thrilling rafting adventure and then visit the famous Magnetic Hill and Patthar Sahib Gurudwara.-Conclude your honeymoon tour on the seventh day and return back Bangalore with a bagful of memories.Note: Flight tickets are not included in the package. Tickets can be booked at an additional cost
Superb

41 Ratings

4.0

41 Ratings

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INR 16,500

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Tailor Made Ladakh 7 Day Tour
Tailor Made Ladakh 7 Day Tour

7D/6N

Ladakh

About the Destination: Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, nestled in the mid of Kashmir Valley is surrounded by wonderful lakes like Dal, Nagin and Anchar, whose sparkling waters reflecting the rays of the sun is a sight to behold. Its dynamic houseboats sailing on the scenic Dal Lake, Lake side views, magnificent sunsets, snow clad mountains, sprawling green Mughal Garden and authentic Kashmiri cuisine with some exciting activities like skiing, trekking, white water rafting, paragliding, camping and Kayaking are just some of the reasons that makes Srinagar a dream destination for the visitors all year round! On the other hand a picturesque hill station surrounded by snowy mountains and dense pinewoods with the rambling Beas River, “Manali” in Himachal Pradesh is famous for its astonishing beauty and the famous Ladakh bike trip. Besides the splendour of its natural vista, a lot of other interesting activities are in store in Manali like mountaineering, and skiing which offer an awe inspiring experience. Activities: Biking, Sightseeing, Camping Highest Altitude: 18,360 feet Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
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11 July 2019
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We went for Manali to srinagar Bike tour. It was the best bike trip of my entire life It all started with the person named Shubham from thrillophilia who helped me in selecting the best trip and processed with my booking, all thanks to him! Without him I wouldn’t have been able to experience the best trip of my life. On arrival there, we met our tour guide Tani and our Mechanic Shashi about whom I have read a lot at thrillophilia reviews. These 2 guys were so supportive during the entire tour that no matter what happened they were always there to look after us. They always made sure we are safe and we are following them and there is no overtaking taking place. Tani, the tour guide, one chilled out person he is! Make sure you get him as your tour guide and Shashi as the mechanic as these guys will always make sure that they are there for you no matter what. And in the end, it’s all the Main man behind everything, Jimmy Sir. Thanks a lot Sir for making me experience the best trip of my life! Without you and your team this wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks for helping us out in every way possible. The roads here are difficult terrain to ride on. You gotta be careful. You gotta carry your gum boots during water logging which is the most difficult to cross. But these guys made sure that we were all safe and had sound health till we reached home. Not even a single person was hurt. Our group was a mixture of all age groups, I’m fact we even got to meet 2 people From the Indian navy as well. One mad kickass experience! Unbelievable. Reaching the worlds highest Pass, Khardungla Top, was the highest achievement of my life till date which happened on this trip! And if at all you wish to go, don’t forget to ask Tani and Shashi as your tour guide and mechanic, and go only through Jimmy Sir as he has the best team! Thanks a lot to everyone out there for which I thought the best way would be to write at thrillophilia reviews.
12 July 2018
Excellent
From Recent Expedition -: Srinagar > Leh > Manali !! The feeling was awesome and words are not enough to express my experience of the expedition, but ever since I talked about it, it makes me feel that I’m still travelling, I’m still there. I had been a frequent traveller, but the emotions associated with this tour were different. We enjoyed, we had fun, we went emotional, we met some new friends, we felt proud, we captured every possible feelings and emotions we can during the entire journey.
12 July 2018
Excellent
From Recent Expedition -: Srinagar > Leh > Manali !! The feeling was awesome and words are not enough to express my experience of the expedition, but ever since I talked about it, it makes me feel that I’m still travelling, I’m still there. I had been a frequent traveller, but the emotions associated with this tour were different. We enjoyed, we had fun, we went emotional, we met some new friends, we felt proud, we captured every possible feelings and emotions we can during the entire journey. We passed through all the ranges of the Great Himalayas, starting from the Shivalik, Karakoram & Pir Panjal. The memories of “late night road journey from Jammu to Srinagar risking our life while crossing South Kashmir (Known for Terrorist activities), early morning (4 am) shopping at Awantipora, Dal Lake, Shankracharya Temple, Srinagar Market, Lunch @Lal Chowk, Eid Celebrations, Shalimar Garden, Noon & Kahwa Tea, Sonmarg, War Zone (Kargil, Drass &Batalik), Oldest Gompa Lamayuru, Rafting at World’s highest point (Zanskar river), Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Leh Palace, gruelling terrain & passes(Zoji La (3528 Mtrs), Namki La (3815 Mtrs), Fotu La (4108 Mtrs),World’s highest Motorable road – Khardungla (5359 Mtrs), Nakee La (4739 Mtrs), Tanglang La ( 5328 Mtrs), Bara-lacha (4890 Mtrs) & Chang La (5360 Mtrs)), Crazy bath in Pangong Tso lake (-4 °C), cute Marmot, Yak, Deer & Pashmina Goats at Changthang Wildlife sanctuary, snow-capped Karakoram Ranges, Sand dunes at Nubra Valley, Diskit Monastery, the Gata loops (22 hairpin bends) at 4190 Mtrs elevation on Pang – Sarchu road, Suraj Taal, Whiskey & Brandy Nallah, Picturesque Jispa, Hiking at 4350 Mtrs Himalayan ranges and driving alongside the rivers across the two states” are never gonna fade away !! Thanks to Thrillophilia for making this trip awesome & memorable one.
24 June 2018
Excellent
Your Destination would be a dream until you come out and step ahead to it and experience. Leh-Manali Bike ride is one such vibe which will resonate for many years to come. Here the journey was more scintillating then achieving those milestones and Thrillophilia ensured we had great time by organising it perfectly to last mile would like to thank Tarun and Chitransh. Tani and Amit who were our Tour Leaders were just amazing with their hospitality to the care taken through out the ride. Ride at Khardungla Pass, Gata Loops, Zing Zing Bar, Barlachala were just amazing.
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Such an amazing bike ride, challenging but with thrill till the end. Make sure that you are prepared to prevent the cold, the rough wind, the altitude sickness etc because even the symptoms of sickness will affect your trip. Khardung La Pass is quite a challenging one, also there are different shorter and longer passes throughout the journey. The service was also nice, not many complaints. The guides will know the place better because they are doing it for long. But still keep the track of the route before you start the trip. The guide was nice to us, keeping everything coordinated. The accommodation and food were also flawless to me.
We booked this Leh Ladakh complete tour from Delhi with the flights. And the whole trip was beautifully managed and it was a mesmerizing place being the Stupas, or rivers, hills or the passes. They were all enchanting and beautiful.
The Thrillophilia team has surpassed all of my expectations! I was initially apprehensive about the Parang La trek because of the altitude and the difficulty, but Thrillophilia made sure I had no issue at all! Everything was taken care of, and the guide was just brilliant. For any further treks, Thrillophilia is my go-to website and the one I’ll always recommend!
A great way to rent a bike and be secure about the condition and price for it. The bike of choice is also available and it is easy to book as well.
Excellent
The Thrillophilia sales and support teams are absolutely brilliant. When I heard the Parangla trek pitch for the first time from them, I was not sure if the trek would pan out in the exact same way, but surprisingly, it did. The sales team was very articulate with the trek prerequisites, and outlines and the operator had answers to all the questions I asked!
17 November 2019
Excellent
Leh Ladakh's location had everything that you dreamed about. It had ice (lots and lots of ice), even when I was sleeping battling the cold at night I was could see those ice sheet right in front of my eyes. but the most exciting part was that we were never complaining even under these extreme conditions. the food offered was very tasty. everything was perfectly planned by the thrillophilia team. Awesome experience !!

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  1. Where is Ladakh located?

    The second largest district in India, Ladakh covers almost 45,110 sq kilometers. It is significant both geographically and politically for the country. The region of mountain passes, it’s a piece of the moon lying between 320 North Latitude and 800 East Longitude. The region is bifurcated by Leh and Kargil districts. The district is bordered by Pakistan occupied Kashmir in the west, China in the North and north east and the Lahaul-Spiti Valley in the South-East. Geographically, it spans across the Great Himalayan Range and the Karakoram Mountain Range and the Upper Indus Valley Basin. It’s a part of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.
  2. How do we reach Ladakh?

    Ladakh is one of the most popular destinations among adventure tourists, riders, photographers, and all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts. It can be reached by rail road and train networks. However, be prepared for a lot of off roading to reach your destination. There are a couple of routes you can take to reach the valley:

    Srinagar to Leh: This road will take you to Ladakh via the Kashmir Valley ad Kargil and it would be about 434 kilometers of journey. The route is opened between early June and mid November. You will need to cross the Zoji-La Pass at about 11,500 feet to reach Ladakh.

    Manali to Leh:
    Another popular route to enter Ladakh is the Manali – Leh route. More than 473 kilometers, this route opens up from mid June and till early October. You will need to cross the Rupsho Plateau at 3,600 meters above sea level.
    There are several high passes including Taglang La – the second highest motorable road in the world.

    By road:
    Himachal Pradesh Tourism and J & K State Road Transport Corporation regularly runs deluxe and ordinary buses in both the routes and the journey takes about two days including the several stops it makes. However, many hire jeeps and gypsy taxis to be free from the timing of the bus routes. Another popular and recommended way to reach Ladakh, regardless of the route your take is to hire your own bike. Ladakh is particularly famous among riders and people hire two wheelers from Delhi to make the journey. If you are travelling by road, it is recommended that you use the services of a registered travel agency to make the transports and camping arrangements. Driving your own vehicle is fun but at the same time it can be quite tasking and risky.

    By Air:
    The nearest airport to Ladakh is the Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport that connects flights from Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar. Popular air carriers for this route include Jet Airways, Air India and GoAir. While the schedules of these flights are fixed, there could be changes depending on the weather conditions for the day. It is thus advised that you have a flexible itinerary if you are taking a flight.

    By Train:
    There is no train connectivity to Ladakh. The nearest you can get is Jammu Tawi station and from then you might wait to hire a vehicle or take the bus route to reach Ladakh.
  3. Which route is best to visit Ladakh?

    While there are several routes to visit Ladakh, one of the most highly recommended one is the Srinagar – Kargil – Leh route. However, you can take the Leh – Manali route for your return trip from Ladakh. This ensures that you won’t have to deal with a lot of altitude sickness in the return. Be ready for a highly mountainous journey.
  4. Which is the best time to visit Ladakh and why?

    The most popular time to visit Ladakh is during the summer months between May and August. It is important to know that most of the highways leading to and around Ladakh open up in April or May. June would be the month when all the action would start. Though its summer, the breeze here will still carry a comforting chill and you won’t be able to do without a blanket at nighttime. The summer months are the season when most local festivals and events happen. However, trekkers also make it to Ladakh during the extreme cold of the winters. This however would be the time when most of the roads and passes are closed due to snow and gaining a permit to places too can be a problem.
  5. What is the ideal duration for a holiday if I want to visit various places in Ladakh?

    While riding through Ladakh is awesome, it is also one of the most difficult terrains to ride through. You would be crossing some of the highest passes in the globe, making way through particularly slippery terrains, use your legs along with the accelerator for go ahead through rubbles, cross streams, push your vehicle in some roads and the same. You won’t be able to go beyond 100-150 kilometer a day. With sundown, it would be no more show. Consequently, an ideal holiday in Ladakh should stretch beyond a week. The more you stay the easier it is. This is a terrain where you just can’t afford to push yourself. So, get those leave you have pending and put everything into your Ladakh trip!
  6. What kind of accommodations can I find in Ladakh?

    A range of hotels and accommodations are offered in Ladakh. If you have been looking for a decent, clean and pocket friendly accommodation, there would be several economical options that comprise of guest houses and hotels. Most of these places even allow for long term stays, even months. However, the amenities are quite basic. On the other hand, if you are looking forward to exceptional room service, internet, satellite TVs, and high quality linen, you will have to shell out more. Budget hotels in Ladakh start from INR400 per day and depending on the amenities, the price can go up to INR 1000.

    You might be able to find cheap hotels in Farka, Changspa Road, Karzoo, Malpak, Old Leh Road and Shanti Stupa Road. Among them, Farka is the most sought after point to find cheap accommodation. If you are traveling with a family have more sophisticated needs, you might want to check out pricier accommodations that start at around INR2000 per night and can go up to INR 8000 per night.
  7. What are the essentials things to carry to Ladakh?

    Irrespective of your mode of transportation or the place you choose to stop over, Ladakh requires a special packing. While there is certainly no exhaustive way to define a packing list for this place, here is a list that we think would be essential to your survival!
    • Water – You cannot risk dehydration. Sipping water every once in a while will be the only thing that will keep you sane! 
    • Medicines – The most important one is Diamox. It will be essential if your heath deteriorates too much and the risk of it happening is pretty good. 
    • Sunscreen – In high altitude places like Ladakh, the UV from Sunrays can be disastrous. A sunscreen is must to protect your skin. 
    • UV sunglasses – Again, to see through the continuous UV around! 
    • Lip Balm – If you don’t want to get chapped and bleeding lips. 
    • Mustard Oil – will keep your skin moisturized. Mustard oil can also be helpful in lubricating your scalp and nostrils. 
    • Glucose – You will need all the energy you can!
    • Chocolates / biscuits / nuts – Anything that is light but is rich with energy
    • Personal hygiene essentials 
    • Clothes – Go for hoodies, jackets and full sleeve 
    • Documents and ID – you will need them to pass through several stops 
    • Spare batteries – Need no explanation! 
    • Torch – Carry something that will show you the way. 
    • Money – There aren’t many ATMs along the way. Carry some hard cash and keep it safe. 
    • A BSNL SIM – The BSNL postpaid connection is the best connectivity you can get around Ladakh
  8. What kind of activities one can do in Ladakh?

    Apart from a lot of photography, self-preservation and thinking, you can participate in:
    • A jeep safari through the passes 
    • Camel safari in Nubra Valley 
    • Mountain  biking 
    • A visit to the Magnetic Hill. It’s out worldly! 
    • Trekking in Ripchar Valley 
    • River Rafting at Zanskar 
    • A bike ride to Tso Moriri Lake 
    • Paragliding in Leh 
    • Ice Hockey in Ladakh Skiing / Heli skiing 
    • Chasing the snow leopards 
    • Spending some time in prayers at Hemis Monastery
  9. What are some famous tourist attractions I must visit in Ladakh?

    Leh is all about the majestic Himalayas. The blue lakes, perfectly lush landscape, snow laden peaks, deep gorges and brown/red rocks can put you into a spell. Some of the must see places include:
    • Pangong Lake 
    • Magnetic Hill 
    • Nubra Valley 
    • Tso Moriri Lake 
    • Diskit Gompa 
    • Lamayuru Monastery 
    • Santi Stupa 
    • Shey Monastery 
    • Kargil 
    • Royal Leh Palace 
    • Alchi Monastery 
    • Sangam Point 
    • Tso Kar Lake 
    • Hemis Monastery 
    • Khardung La Pass Drass Valley
  10. Where is Pangong Lake located? How can I reach there?

    Pangong Tso is a disputed territory. One third part of the Lake is inside the Indian boundary while the rest lies in Tibet. A section of the lake is actually just 20 kilometers east of the Line of Control, India shares with China. A delicate border area, but nevertheless, Pangong Tso is still one of the most visited destinations in Ladakh. Located in the Changthang Region of Ladakh, Pangong Tso is mesmerizing.
     
    To reach the lake from Leh, follow this route: Leh – Karu – Sakti – Chang La – Durbuk – Tangste – Lukung – Spangmik (Total journey of 171 kilometers).

    To reach Pangong from Nubra Valley, proceed via: Diskit – Khalsar – Agham – Tangyar – Wari La – Takthok – Sakti – Chang La – Durbuk – Tangste – Lukung – Spangmik (Total distance of 243 kilometers)
  11. Where is Nubra Valley located? How can I reach there?

    The Nubra Valley lies 150 kilometers north of Leh, at the meeting point of rivers Siachen and Shyok, forming a large valley. Nubra separates Ladakh from the humongous Karakoram Range and is also the entry point to the famous Siachen Glacier. The best way to reach Nubra is to organize a group trip or hire a travel agent in Leh. The tourist season will run between mid June and let September, peaking around mid July. Leh will be the nearest airport to reach Nubra Valley. From there, you can hire a taxi or board a public bus to reach Nubra. If you are traveling by train, Jammu would be the rail head. Again, a bus or private taxi would take you to Nubra. 150 kilometers from Leh, Nubra can be reached via a pretty adventurous road that also passes through Khardung La.

    You will need a permit and it is best to get yours from the Leh district commissioner.
  12. Where is Khardung La located? What is special about it?

    Sitting at an elevation of 5,359 meters, Khardung La is the highest motorable road in the world. Though the credibility is questioned, you certainly can’t ride higher than this! It’s a mountain pass in the Ladakh district inside the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Just 39 kilometers from Leh, it is a pivotal tourist point and seekers of outdoor adventures. The narrow dirt road to reach Khardung La was laid back in 1976 and it has been recently paved for saver travels.
  13. Which monasteries are famous in Ladakh?

    While there are several monasteries spread across Ladakh, the ones you should pay a visit to include:
    • Hemis Monastery 
    • Thiksey Monastery 
    • Diskit Monastery 
    • Likir Monastery 
    • Spituk Monastery 
    • Stakna Monastery 
    • Alchi Monastery 
    • Phyang Monastery 
    • Takthok Monastery 
    • Sumda Chun Monastery
  14. Where is Lamayuru Monastery located? Should I visit it?

    Lamayuru is located in the western edge of Ladakh, amidst mountain badlands and is a popular stopover in the Kargil – Leh route. The Lamayuru Monastery is about 127 kilometers from the town of Leh and is a must visit place. Even if you aren’t too keen on history, the Lamayuru Monastery would be an 11th century AD structure and the seat of Red-Hat sect of Buddhism. The monastery is also a perfect shopping destination if you are trying to bring back something from Ladakh. The monks hand make wall paintings, statues, thangas, artifacts, carpets and much more. One of the most precious buys however is the 11 headed and 1000 eyed Chenzing. To reach the monastery, you can also take the bypass from Leh near the Srinagar-Leh road or the trail to the Prikiti La Pass – your gateway to the Zanskar River.
  15. Where is Shey Monastery located? How to reach there?

    The Shey monastery and palace is located just 15 kilometers from the town of Leh. Also called the Shey Gompa, it is a sixteenth century AD construction and enshrines a 10 meter high copper statue of Lord Buddha. To reach Shey Gompa, you will need to start from Leh and just about 15 kilometers; you will see the signs to a solitary hillock hosting an elaborate monastery!
  16. Which all places are suitable for Trekking in Ladakh? Is it safe to do trekking in Ladakh?

    The most famous trek in Ladakh is the Chadar Trek, wherein you get to trek across the frozen Zanskar River. Temperature goes as low as minus 35 degree Celsius but it is one of the most beautiful experiences you would ever have. Other important treks across Ladakh include:
    • Lamayuru to Alchi Trek 
    • Ripchar Valley Trek 
    • Padum to Darcha Trek 
    • Lamayuru to Darcha Trek 
    • Markha Valley Trek 
    • Lamayuru to Stok Kangri
    • Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trek 
    • Kang Yatse and Dzo Jongo Trek .
    The only concern you might have when trekking across Ladakh is the climate. The days can be drastic and the elements quite fickle. It is also safe to ask around about the weather conditions and road conditions on your trek route on the day of your journey. Most hotels would be able to advise you suitably.
  17. What all things must be kept in mind before doing Trekking in Ladakh?

    Depending on the trek you choose, it will be advisable to: ? Be accompanied by a guide. Treks like Markha Valley are pretty straightforward and won’t need a guide but if you are going for something complicated like Chadar Trek, a guide will be essential for your survival.
    • Chalk out a detailed map and carry one too 
    • Have an inner line permit for treks across Nubra Valley or Tso Moriri 
    • Similarly, get a permit from Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) if you want to trek Stok Kagri 
    • 2 days of acclimatization 
    • Go for baby treks before embarking on the bigger one 
    • Carry equipments necessary – walking stick, water bottle, tent, food, etc 
    • Check the climate
  18. Can I go to Ladakh by Bike? Is it safe to do so?

    Ladakh is made for bikers and is the most preferable way to get around this part of the Himalayas. Ladakh on a bike is a completely different kind of challenge. However, the road trip also demands that you are a responsible rider, don’t get excited too easily and are looking for fun instead of speed. It is always recommended that you ride in a group since the road is quite long can be very tasking and you never know when you would need help. However, there are many who also bike to Ladakh alone.

    A bike trip to Ladakh offers the flexibility of your own itinerary and you will always be free to head on to the unbeaten paths while taking the roads that have been less traveled. It’s a life altering experience altogether. You would be making new friends on the way – friends that share the same passion and approach towards live and travel it! However, if it is your first time or you aren’t in full confidence of making a trip alone, it is best to go for a package or group tour that offers you the same kind of flexibility but with added safety.
  19. What all things I must take care of if I want to travel by bike?

    In the past few years, tourism across Ladakh has peaked and several visitors prefer to take their own vehicle or go on a packaged road trip. The road conditions are one of the most crucial things to understand before planning a bike trip. The road conditions in this valley keep on changing and it is a highly rocky terrain out there. Further, you need to carry a lot of safety gear as the mountains can be unforgiving. Here are the things you need to carry:

    Vehicle accessories:
    • OEM toolkit
    • Spare vehicle key
    • Sparkplug
    • Chain Link
    • Extra clutch and accelerator wires
    • Tubeless puncture repair kit
    • Spare tube
    • Tire irons and valve key
    • Tire repair can / electric pump / foot pump
    • Engine oil
    • Electrical tape

    Riding Essentials:
     
    • Medical kit
    • Sunscreen lotion
    • Lip balm
    • Mustard oil (for moisturizing)
    • Glucose
    • Water bottles
    • Chocolates/biscuits/nuts

    Riding gear:
     
    • Full face helmet with clear vision
    • UV sunglasses
    • Gloves  
    • Riding jacket
    • Riding pants Shoes
  20. What sorts of Jeep safaris are available in Ladakh?

    If you are going with your family and/or elders, a jeep safari would be a great way to cover Ladakh. You will get several options in jeep safaris that extend from 2 person trips (tailored for couples) to 12 person safaris (catered to group tourists). Jeep safaris should be booked online prior to your visit.
  21. How can I arrange for a jeep/bike on rent in Ladakh?

    Traveling across Ladakh in a jeep/bike is safe as long as you stick to being a responsible driver. It is always recommended that you go in a group or pick up a packaged tour, if you are travelling alone. Being around people helps in this part of the world as the problems you can face can be multi-faceted. Before renting a bike, it is also essential that you understand the permits and regulations attached to the same. If you are renting a bike from Manali, you might not be able to take your bike beyond Leh.

    For the number of days that your bike had been parked, most rental agencies will charge about 50% of the bill. You will however need to rent another local vehicle at Leh to go around. The most economical way to bike through Ladakh is to rent your vehicle at Leh itself. Since no outside vehicles are allowed in Leh, this makes sense. There are several rental service providers in the fort Road.
  22. Can I do bicycle tour in Ladakh? How much it will cost me?

    Riding a bicycle through Ladakh is an overwhelming feat and requires a lot of physical and mental stamina. You won’t be able to go more than 50 kilometers a day (even that is the best you can put into the pedals). Though the cost of riding will be less (no need of fuel), you will have to look for more halts and consequently frequent accommodations. The best thing you can do is reach a point and put your luggage to cover all neighboring area in the 25 kilometer radius. Again, you will need to think if you will be able to gear up for the challenge. For a 1 week bicycle trip across Ladakh the cost will come down to around INR 10,000 (inclusive of cheap budget hotels and food).
  23. What sort of fitness I must have in order to do bicycle tour?

    To be able to ride a bicycle through one of the highest mountain ranges on planet earth requires a very high level of fitness. It is necessary that you have practiced for long to prepare for this trip. There would be all elements against you. The lack of oxygen, constant dehydration, high altitude, low pressure will take a toll.
  24. Can I do river rafting in Ladakh? Where can I do it?

    There are a lot of opportunities for river rafting in Ladakh but these are also one of the most dangerous rapids to put yourself into. However, with risk comes the fun! Here, we have rapids ranging from Grade 1 to Grade 4. For river rafting, there are mainly two rivers – the Indus flowing southeast and then into Pakistan and the Zanskar River, the north flowing tributary of the Indus. Adding to the swift flowing rapids is the undulating terrain, criss crosses by ancient monasteries, beautiful valleys and remote villages.

    The most prominent river rafting location is from Phey to Nimmo in Ladakh. If you are a beginner, the ideal stretch would be between Phey and Saspol and again between Kharu and Spituk. If you are looking for a more adventurous day, go for the stretch between Chilling and Nimmo on the Zanskar River! Be prepared to combat Grade 4 rapids!
  25. Which all places are best for shopping in Ladakh?

    The important stops for shopping in Ladakh include:
    • Ladakh Art Palace 
    • Second Hand Clothing Bazar 
    • Main Bazar, Ladakh 
    • Moti Market 
    • De Pashmina Emporium 
    • Shar Market, Bazar Road 
    • Buddhist Thangka House 
    • Tibetan Handicraft Community Showroom, Choglamsar
  26. What things I should buy if I go to Ladakh? What Ladakh is famous for?

    While your trip in Ladakh is a memory of a lifetime, it also sounds delightful to be able to bring some kind of souvenir from the country of passes. Well, Ladakh is famous for it’s:
    • Pashmina Shawls 
    • Chokste (Tibetan Tables) 
    • Prayer Wheels 
    • Thangka Paintings (silk) 
    • Tibetan silver jewelry 
    • Hand woven carpets Dragon motif textiles
  27. What kind of Flora and Fauna can I experience in Ladakh?

    The flora and fauna of Ladakh is unique in itself. Depending on the time of the year you are visiting the mountains, you will be able to witness: Birds: Finches, Robins, Redstarts, Brown headed gull, Brahminy Duck, Ruddy Shelldrake, Bar Headed Goose, Black Necked Crane, Raven, Red Bellied Chough, Tibetan Snowcock, Chukar, Golden Eagle, Lemmergeier and more Mammals: Ibex, Bharal (Blue Sheep), Tibetan Urial Sheep, Tibetan Argali Sheep, Tibetan Gazelle, Tibetan Antelope (very rare), Tibetan Wild Ass, Snow Leopard, Palla’s Cat, Brown Bear, Red Fox, Marmots, Pika, Voles, Tibetan Sand Fox and more. The flora will mostly be alpine species.
  28. Where can I spot a Snow Leopard in Ladakh?

    To be able to spot a snow leopard, you will have to go on the snow leopard trek across the Hemis National Park. It is a must if you are trying to see and click the highly elusive snow leopard cat. The trek stretches across the entire Markha and Rumbak Valley at an elevation of more than 4100 meters. The snow leopard trek is organized in the winter month, between January and March.
  29. Can I visit the Donkey Sanctuary?

    The unique Donkey Sanctuary in Ladakh is located close to the town of Leh and is a must visit if you are willing to take some time off the road trips. You will have to take the road leading to the Khardung La Pass. The animals here are mainly those that aren’t able to work anymore, are injured or have been rendered out of human use. Inspite of leaving the animals to their state, the locals, headed by Stany Wagchuk cares for them. This is would be a very inspirational stop on your journey – an example of caring and affection.
  30. What kind of food is available in Ladakh? Which ethnic food is a must eat in Ladakh?

    If you are traveling to Ladakh, there are some traditional dishes that you must try out. They will include:
    • Chhupri (cheese from Yak milk) 
    • Tigmo (steamed bread served with stew) 
    • Butter Tea 
    • Momos 
    • Thukpa (Tibetan Soup) 
    • Thenktuk 
    • Mokthuk 
    • Qahwa 
    • Kulcha 
    • Langar
  31. Which place is best for star gazing in Ladakh?

    There are a few places to stargaze in Ladakh but even so, the terrain offers the most suitable conditions on summer nights without any clouds. To see the Milky Way, stop for a night at:
    • Nubra Valley 
    • Pangong Tso 
    • Santi Stupa, Leh
  32. Is Ladakh a good option for honeymoon?

    Ladakh is a pretty good option as a honeymoon destination if your partner too enjoys the outdoors. However, it won’t be a place where you can get cozy. The temperature and the elevation can be quite tasking physically, leaving little time for romance! However, if you are looking to just have each other’s company and the best of nature, Ladakh is THE place to be!
  33. Can I take my children's to Ladakh?

    Kids can be taken to Ladakh, but there would be several essentials that you need to carry. Also, it is recommended not to take small kids to high pass regions like Khardung La.
  34. Can I find ATMs easily in Ladakh?

    There will be several ATM stops on your Srinagar to Leh route and important stops include Ganderbal, Kargil and Drass. Next to this, you will find an ATM at Keylong and the next one at Leh. Finding an ATM after that is hard.
  35. What modes of payment are available in Ladakh?

    The basic mode of payment across Ladakh is hard cash. There would be certain hotels and restaurants that would accept card payments.
  36. What is AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)? How to overcome it?

    AMS or Acute Mountain Sickness is a common problem tourist’s face in Ladakh. It happens when the amount of oxygen available falls below the normal standard. In high altitude areas like Ladakh, AMS is accompanied by light headedness, headache, nausea, and a general lack of energy. The main cause of AMS is dehydration. It is advisable that you keep on drinking a lot of water and other fluids. Here are the recommended ways to beat AMS:
    • Drink lot of glucose water 
    • Go slow. Even a small run can make you feel spent 
    • Don’t push too hard 
    • Whenever you feel uneasy, stop to take rest Carry Diamox medicine. It starts working in about an hour.