50 Best Ladakh Tour Packages - 2020 (1003 Reviews)

Popular Ladakh Tour Packages

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Ladakh Tour: a Divine Ordeal 10D/9N ₹ 43230 4.0 star View Details
11 Days Manali to Leh Bike Trip 11D/10N ₹ 30999 5.0 star View Details
Cheapest Ladakh Tour Package 2020 | Flat 10% off 7D/6N ₹ 9999 3.0 star View Details
Leh Ladakh Bike Tour 12D/11N ₹ 43000 5.0 star View Details
Chadar Frozen River Ice Trek 2020, Ladakh 9D/8N ₹ 22500 4.0 star View Details
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Ladakh Tour: a Divine Ordeal
Ladakh Tour: a Divine Ordeal

10D/9N

Ladakh

About the Activity:The freezing cold winds floating on the Himalayan Valleys in Leh have been a cherish-able feature that makes every Ladakh tour so special along with the unbelievable views of the towering peaks, the glorified monasteries and the quaint villages.You are also getting a chance to marvel at the rejoicing beauty of Leh, Pangong Tso, Nubra Valley and visit the umpteen number of famous monasteries like Hemis, Thiskey and the ruins of Shey Palace and Leh Palace.Drive past the mesmerising Magnetic Hill, witness the pride of India the Hall of Fame Museum, meet the local people in the tiny beautiful villages and forget yourself in the grandeur.This package includes food, accommodation at camps and homestays and transportation during the whole tour.
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40 Ratings

4.0

40 Ratings

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INR 43,230

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 
Excellent

85 Ratings

5.0

85 Ratings

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INR 30,999

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Cheapest Ladakh Tour Package 2020 | Flat 10% off Best Seller
Cheapest Ladakh Tour Package 2020 | Flat 10% off

7D/6N

Ladakh

About the Destinations:Leh, in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, is where one can experience a heavily influenced Tibetan culture. This cheapest Ladakh tour package allows you to explore the beautiful region without any trouble. Needless to mention, fondly referred to as Little Tibet, this land of Lamas is known for its barren yet stunning landscapes, brightly painted gompas, fluttering colourful prayer flags dotting the entire land, rugged mountains and a contrasting imagery with the snow-peaked Himalayas in the far background.The erstwhile capital of the Himalayan Kingdom of Ladakh, Leh is attractive for its innumerable offerings. From monasteries to high altitude passes, the region gives the world its highest motorable road, a natural phenomenon defying gravity in the form of Magnetic Hill, and a high altitude water body the Pangong Lake stretching for over 130km. A tryst with Leh is surely a once in a lifetime experience. Presenting a wide variety of episodes from challenging long distance trekking, fantastic campsites, thrilling road trips, and a wonderful slice of natural beauty Leh truly makes Ladakh amazing. About the Tour:-Head out for an adventure in Ladakh and explore this region with this exciting Cheapest Ladakh tour package.-Start your tour after arriving at Leh and then head out for an exploration at  Leh Market, Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace.-Visit some of the famous places like Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Rivers and Spituk Monastery.-Explore the Zanskar range, River Indus and drive through Khardungla, highest motorable road in the world.-Visit the famous Hunder Village and then enjoy a camel safari at the sand dunes. Also, explore the famous Diskit Monastery.-Head out for an exploration at Shey Palace, Thiksey and then drive past Changla Pass, Tangtse.-Enjoy camping beside the famous Pangong Lake and also marvel at the sight of beautiful Hemis Monastery.-Conclude your tour after 7 days and 6 nights and head back home with a bagful of memories.Note: This tour can be availed in a group of Min 12 people.
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27 Ratings

3.0

27 Ratings

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INR 11,199

INR 9,999

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Leh Ladakh Bike Tour
Leh Ladakh Bike Tour

12D/11N

Ladakh

About the Destination: The Himalayas and the Karakoram ranges cradle in their midst a gem of a destination, called Ladakh- ‘The Land of High Passes’. Nowhere else would you find a region so rich with diversity! The landscapes here are always bedecked in all of nature’s finery. Somewhere they are dressed in the greens of the meadows, somewhere they take up the azure blues of the Pangong Tso Lake, some where they are embellished in sliver of the mountains and yest somewhere else they take up the arid, brown colour of the desert! The only way to truly know the beauty of Ladakh and its capital city, Leh is to ride through its rich and varied landscapes. Embark on this once in a lifetime chance, drop everything and just hit GO!
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54 Ratings

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54 Ratings

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INR 43,000

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Chadar Frozen River Ice Trek 2020, Ladakh
Chadar Frozen River Ice Trek 2020, Ladakh

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Ladakh has always captivated visitors with its magical charm and beauty. Be it the picturesque mountain peaks, azure lakes or the challenging trekking trails, this scenic valley is known for all.While during the summers, the region adorns the most vibrant colour of the nature, during the winters it is embraced with heavy snowfalls that cuts off the entire region from the rest of the world.Nestled deep within the whirly passages of the snow-clad mountains, this frozen river also entices thousand of trekkers from different corners of the world. Popularly known as the 'Chadar Trek' due to the formation of the thick blanket of the snow, it is considered as one of the challenging as well as tricky treks in the world. When this happens, the only way to continue with the trek is to hike through the snowy rocks and boulders besides the river. Temperature Range: 15 to 20 degrees (during the day) and -25 to -35 degrees (during the night)
Superb

26 Ratings

4.0

26 Ratings

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INR 24,500

INR 22,500

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Leh Ladakh Package For Couple 2020 | Flat 20% off Best Seller
Leh Ladakh Package For Couple 2020 | Flat 20% off

9D/8N

Ladakh

 About the Destination:Ladakh, popularly known as the ‘Land of the High Passes’, boasts of its enchanting beauty and natural charm! Leh Ladakh package for Couple allows you to explore the beauty of this region and that too with your loved one.Dotted with astounding mountain peaks, pictorial meadows, gurgling rivers and lush forests, this region in Jammu and Kashmir also takes the pride of being one of the most visited destinations in India. Leh, a city in Ladakh, was once the Summer Capital of the Himalayan kingdom now serves as a true treasure trove for the visitors to Ladakh. For the couple embarking on a Ladakh tour, you could trek up the mountains of Leh with moderate ease!.Sitting graciously at a height of 3,500ft, this captivating city is the hub of adventure, leisure, nature and other enthralling tours in the country.  About the Leh Ladakh Package For Couple:-Get ready to spend some ravishing time with your special one while you head out on this Leh Ladakh package for Couple.-Start your tour after reaching Leh and get transferred to your hotel.-Soak in the beauty of the region with the mountains, valleys and the beautiful view.-Visit some of the places like SEMOCOL School, Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Shey, Thiksey & Hemis Monasteries and Sindhu Ghat.-Also, explore the famous Druk White Lotus School, Stok & Shey Villages.-Enjoy your drive through Khardung La Pass and then visit Horzey & Gangles Village, Khalsar Bridge and Dikshit Monastery.-Continue your tour to Hunder Village and there enjoy a double-humped Bactrian camel ride.-Head out to Pangong Lake and  Indus Valley and enjoy a starlit lakeside Camping.-Enjoy a thrilling river rafting and then explore few other places like Hall of Fame, Gurdwara Pathar Sahib, Sangam.-Conclude Leh Ladakh package for couple and head back home with lots of wonderful memories.
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27 Ratings

4.0

27 Ratings

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INR 30,696

INR 24,250

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Tailor Made Ladakh 9 Day Tour
Tailor Made Ladakh 9 Day Tour

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Activity:This energizing overland excursion has it all. On this voyage you navigate through probably the most strange and surrealistic landscapes. You will visit locales which till as of late were cut off for visitors, and are saturated with rich society and history. Marvel the Ladakh's snow-topped mountains, profound chasms, alluvial fans and antiquated religious communities offers delights while riding through its scenes. This adventure includes navigating through the Greater Himalayas and intersection various high passes starting with the Rohtang pass (3,978 m). From Manali You go through Keylong, central command of the Lahaul region, to achieve Jispa. From Jispa you ride to Sarchu through the Baralacha Pass (4883 m) over the Zingzingbar fields. From here one can see the Mulkila and Barashigra crests. In the following stage you ride through the Lachlung La (5065m) and Tanglang La (5306 m) passes and from that point dive to the wonderful Indus valley to achieve Leh. The last leg of this riding excursion would include investigating the Nubra valley and riding to the marvelous Pangong Tso (lake).Complete this energizing voyage following day at Leh and one can either take a flight for Delhi or a common taxicab for Manali. 
Excellent

82 Ratings

5.0

82 Ratings

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Ladakh Tour on Bike 2020
Ladakh Tour on Bike 2020

12D/11N

Ladakh

About the Destination: Decked up in the varied bounties of nature and climate, Ladakh is a land that is deservedly in every travellers bucket list. What makes this northern region of India, a hotspot for travellers, tourists and thrill seekers is that it has some or the other beautiful sight for every sore eye. Home to some of the highest motorable passes in the world, Ladakh presents the perfect haven for bikers to test their riding skills. Where at one hand there is the highest motorable pass in the world, Khardung La, there are also the thrilling 21 hairpin bends of Gata loops. Passing through vast plains, snowy mountains, gushing streams and mysterious valleys alike, biking in Ladakh is an adventure that you are unlikely to ever forget! About the Activity: Commencing at Chandigarh, this Ladakh bike tour will see you ride the most coveted biked of all- Royal Enfield, through the most sought after landscapes of Ladakh. Passing through the touristy town of Manali, you will be crossing the vibrant villages of Tandi before reaching the vast plains f Sarchu and Moore. Conquering the highest motorable pass of Khardung La thereafter, you will be descending into the gorgeous Nubra Valley, also known as the ‘Valley of Flowers’. All through the route you get to experience the bounty of blessings from various monasteries that dot the towns and villages. Looking at the awe and splendour of the Pangong Tso Lake you will be mesmerized by its rich blue hues! Embark on this biking trail through Ladakh and be enchanted by its contrasts and diversities! Highest Altitude: Khardung La (5,602m) Temperature Range: 20 to 30 Degrees Total Riding Distance: 1,330km
Very Good

31 Ratings

3.0

31 Ratings

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INR 55,000

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Stok Kangri Trek
Stok Kangri Trek

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Activity: The Stok Kangiri is the highest mountain range of the Himalayas in the Ladhak region, making this a very popular and challenging trek. Your trek starts with your arrival from Delhi to Leh. Spend some time and acclimatize yourself with the exquisiteness and the cold weather. Start your trek to Stok, the whole path to the Stok Village is full of natural grandeur and flourishing green trees. Reach Chang Ma, from where you head over to the Base Camp.This destination of your base camp is blessed with lush greenery and numerous water bodies, your guide will train you and prepare you for your trek to Stok Kangri.Trek for around 9-10 hours and reach the summit of Stok Kangri from where you can view the Karakoram Range to your north and Zanskar Range to your south. Travel back to the base camp and then depart back to Leh. 
Superb

36 Ratings

4.0

36 Ratings

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INR 17,500

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Ladakh Motorcycle Tour from Srinagar
Ladakh Motorcycle Tour from Srinagar

13D/12N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Fixed Destination: 03rd July 2016, 31st July 2016, 28th August 2016Ladakh, fondly referred to as ‘Little Tibet’ is known for its snow-capped peaks and natural surroundings. This 11 day Spiti Valley tour promises a trip of a lifetime.On arrival at  Srinagar in your own motorcycle , check into hotel and freshen up for a briefing session followed by an introduction.In the following 13 days of your tour you'll journey from Srinagar Srinagar, Fotula Pass, Kargil, Leh, Lachungla,Rohtang Pass and many more to end your tour at ManaliRide The Ladakh range starting from the Indus-Shyok confluence and the Zanskar range is the dividing line between the Indus and Zanskar valleys.Take a visit to the Drass war memorial, built in the memory of fallen soldiers in the 1999 Kargil war and a must visit.Marvel the Glacier facing both Pakistan and China through Khardungla pass, as the weather condition make the ride difficult.Your trip enables you to  visit multiple location like the ancient monasteries, temples and many more that are more than 1000 years old.Join this Adventurous Ride to the Spiti Valley with Challenging Roads, untouched by the modern world and unpolluted mountains of Himalayas.Shimla is the last stop of this amazing trip.  
Very Good

34 Ratings

3.0

34 Ratings

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INR 33,999

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Ladakh Bike Tour
Ladakh Bike Tour

15D/14N

Ladakh

About the Destination: Ladakh has its own reasons to be called as the ‘Land of High Passes’! Home to 3 of the highest motorable passes in the world, it is a dream destination for biking and cycling enthusiasts. Beautified by its stark contrasts, this destination has something for every traveller! Be it the beautiful Valley of Flowers, the surreal Pangong Tso Lake, the treacherous 21 loops of Gata, the snow adorned peaks of Himalayas and Karakoram – it is a paradise descended on earth! Adjacent to this glorious land is another heavenly destination, Kashmir. When entranced by so much beauty, even words fail to describe the experience of riding through these flowery, vivid and vibrant valleys. The best way to enjoy these roads? Slow down and be one with your bike and its rhythms. About the Activity: Gear up at Chandigarh and embark on this Ladakh tour on bike of a lifetime that will take you through some of the most beautiful landscapes, untouched by whims of mankind. Rev up the 350cc Royal Enfield engines and manoeuvre the winding roads that connect the northern frontier of India. Going through the bustling townscape of Manali, the Ladakh by bike tour takes the riders through some of the highest motorable passes in the world. On the way, it also get the bikers to taste the enthralment of cruising the fascinating Gata Loops and the unpredictable curves of the greater Himalayas. Highest Altitude: Khardung La (5,602m) Temperature Range: 3 to 35 Degrees Total Riding Distance: 2,010km
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36 Ratings

4.0

36 Ratings

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INR 65,000

Manali Leh Motorcycle Tour from Delhi
Manali Leh Motorcycle Tour from Delhi

12D/11N

Ladakh

About the Activity:Make your vacation special with this exciting Manali-Leh motorcycle tour from Delhi and taste the adventure.Start your trip from Delhi and ride through the scenic views of the region.This mesmerising Leh Ladakh bike trip of a lifetime take you through Ladakh and the striking paradise of Jammu and Kashmir.Feel the thrill as you ride through the stunning mountains covered with snow.Experience the adrenaline pump through your veins as you ride through the highest motorable road Khardungla Pass.Relish the strenuous yet picturesque journey along the winding foothills and makes those sharp curves.Get a chance to explore meet the local people on your ride and learn about their day to day life.Halt at the small chai shops and enjoy that refreshing cup of tea at the top of the mountains.Also, enjoy some delicious food while camping during in between your thrilling bike ride.Conclude your tour after 12 days and head back home with lots of memories.There are four different variants available to choose from: Variant 1: From Delhi - self bike and without fuel: for 2 persons sharing one bike- Rs. 22499  per personVariant 2: From Delhi - self bike and without fuel: for single rider in one bike- Rs. 24499 per personVariant 3: From Delhi - with bike rental and with fuel: for two persons sharing one bike- Rs. 34999 per personVariant 4: From Delhi - with bike rental and with fuel: for single rider in one bike-Rs. 44999 per person
Superb

25 Ratings

4.0

25 Ratings

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INR 22,499

Stok Kangri Expedition, Ladakh 2020
Stok Kangri Expedition, Ladakh 2020

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Destination: Feel the king of the world as you conquer the highest stok kangri peak trek-able summit in the Indian subcontinent, Stok Kangri trek (perched at 20,086 feet). It resonates with divine beauty of Ladakh which is known for its black and white beauty with streaks of grey and blue. The peak is situated in Hemis National Park, home to the endangered snow leopard. The Park is also the largest notified protected area in India. On this Stok kangri expedition, expect an adventure of glaciers, snowy paths, barren hills, sparkling water bodies, a steep slope of almost 75 degrees, rocky inclines and more. Not for the light hearted, this trek is where you have to challenge your mental and physical self to brave thin air and cold temperatures. The reward though is worth it as this is a dream come true for ardent trekkers.
Very Good

33 Ratings

3.0

33 Ratings

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INR 16,500

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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9 Days / 8 Nights Markha Valley Trekking, Ladakh
9 Days / 8 Nights Markha Valley Trekking, Ladakh

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Destination:Probably the most popular trek in Ladakh, Markha Valley Trekking will have you explore and experience a diverse geography. It extends from colorful canyon walls in the lower Markha Valley, ascending to alpine grasslands that fit beautifully into the nomadic lifestyle of the local population, and eventually reaching out to rolling grasslands that are surrmounted by snow capped mountains. Trekking through the Markha Valley is a feast to every existential pore. “Little Tibet” as this region is fondly called, puts on display one of the world’s highest inhabited plateaus with grand views of the Great Himalayas, Zanskar, and Ladakh ranges. Apart from this is a colourful presentation of multi-hued prayer flags that drape quaint hamlets of the Markha Village, monasteries, ruins, and so much more. Markha Valley trekking also presents an opportunity to scale two of the highest passes Gandala La (4,800m) and Kongmaru La (5,150m) in the Himalayas. While the first couple days on the trek will be spent in Leh getting acclamatised to the cold, semi-arid weather zone, the time can be well spent visiting local markets, nearby attractions (there are quite a few of them!), and getting to know the distinctive lifestyle of the locals. Each day on the trek promises to be a strong memory and the entire journey will make for the most precious travelogue ever! Temperature Range: Day (25 ~ 30 c) Night (04 ~15 c)
Superb

23 Ratings

4.0

23 Ratings

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INR 26,900

INR 25,400

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Leh Ladakh Tour Package from Chandigarh
Leh Ladakh Tour Package from Chandigarh

9D/8N

Ladakh

About the Destination: Ladakh, an enchanted land set in the lap of the mighty Himalayan range boasts of its celestial beauty and splendour. This Ladakh tour package from Chandigarh allows you to explore the scenic terrains of this region as you head out to this destination. The scenic appeal of the soaring mountains and pristine valleys, coupled with the vibrancy of its cultural life, makes this land a mysteriously captivating one! Known as the highest mountain plateau in India, it spans the Great Himalayas, Karakoram mountain ranges and the upper Indus River Valley. Amidst the global chaos of the new century, it seems to have written its own destiny. Moreover, its eclectic stance promises to take us on an adventure that would surely soothe our souls and enrich all our senses! About the Tour:-Enjoy this epic journey of Leh Ladakh tour packages from Chandigarh into the core of the Himalayas. -You will stay and travel at an average elevation of 12,500ft and explore not only the popular destinations but also some of the remote and offbeat locations. -Get an opportunity to traverse through some of the most spectacular landscapes on the planet, including one of the most dangerous roads in the world. -Explore the mountain desert and the high altitude lakes of Ladakh, visit monasteries, experience local culture and cuisines. -Last but not the least, you will be driving through some of the most mesmerizingly breathtaking landscapes on earth in this trip to Ladakh.-Conclude this thrilling adventure after 9 days and 8 night and head back home.Note: Min 6 peope are required for this tour. In case of different group size, please reach out to us. 
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34 Ratings

4.0

34 Ratings

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INR 30,500

INR 27,000

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Manali to Leh Ladakh Sightseeing Tour Package
Manali to Leh Ladakh Sightseeing Tour Package

8D/7N

Ladakh

Departure DatesJune 9,14,15,21,22 July 6,10,13 August 3,10,17 September 1,7,15,22Group Size- 6 peopleAbout the Destination:Get ready to explore the beautiful land of cultural diversity and thrilling adventures, Ladakh, while you head out for a vacation. Leh Ladakh group tour package is the perfect tour where you can head out with your group and explore the beautiful city. The capital city of Leh is a wonderland in itself and has innumerable sights worth enjoying. Be it the bustling marketplaces, the royal palaces, the treasured monasteries or its extensive trails for trekkers, it has something for everyone.The mesmerizing beauty of Pangong and the alluring charm of Nubra Valley will leave you spellbound and wanting for more. Add to that the feeling of being on top of the world. Why sit and enjoy the facts, when you can actually go and see the ‘World’s Highest All Weather Motorable Road’: Khardung La Pass! Because it is better to experience a place once than to read about it a thousand times There are ample of beautiful places in Ladakh that are waiting for you to be explored and Ladakh tour packages gives you the delight of experiencing them all.About the TourYour trip starts with arrival in Manali, post which you will leave to cross the Rohtang Pass into the Lahaul ValleyYou will then drive from your first stop at Jispa to Leh via another popular stayover town of SarchuYou will also be driven through the highest civilian motorable pass of the world, Khardung LaKhardung La connects Leh to the beautiful Nubra Valley, where you will visit Diskit and Hundar sand dunes for a double-humped camel rideAlso from Leh, you will drive for the famous Pangong Lake (one from 3 Idiots) over Chang La passThese 8 days are going to be super exciting and full of sights that will leave you speechless with their grandeur*Note- This tour can be customized as a private variant also. Kindly drop us a mail with your queries for the same
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48 Ratings

5.0

48 Ratings

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INR 27,450

INR 25,950

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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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Leh Ladakh Tour Package in June
Leh Ladakh Tour Package in June

7D/6N

Ladakh

About the Destination:As we know that the beauty of Ladakh has been attracting a lot of travellers around the world, this time make it special as you head out on this Leh Ladakh package in June. Get ready to explore some of the most beautiful parts of this region. Blessed with the monasteries, verdant valleys and the friendly locals, you will definitely fall in love with this place.Spend some time exploring the beauty of the region as you take this thrilling trip. Explore the various attraction and the quaint little villages. Also, you will get a chance to learn about the rich culture and tradition which is very popular here. About the Tour:-Head out on this thrilling Leh Ladakh package in June and get ready to explore the stunning beauty of this region.-Witness the scenic valleys, snow-clad peaks and towering mountain ranges, this picturesque tourist destination makes for a classy experience.-Visit some major attractions and meditate in the monasteries like Thicksey, Shey, Hemis and many more.-Experience a memorable ride in the double-humped Bactrian camel at Nubra Sand Dunes.-Spend some time staring at the beauty of the famous Pangong lake and witness how it changes its colour.-Whether you are a nature lover, wildlife fan or an adventure junky, you can curate some of the most wonderful moments during the tour.
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55 Ratings

5.0

55 Ratings

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INR 24,450

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Leh Ladakh Woman Tour 2020
Leh Ladakh Woman Tour 2020

7D/6N

Ladakh

About the Destination:As we know that the beauty of Ladakh has been able to grab the attention of a lot of people, now it is one of the most sought of destinations in the world. Leh Ladakh Woman Tour allows you to explore the beauty of this region without being worried about your safety.  Safety is of prime importance, even for a remote location such as Ladakh, making it perfect for an all women Ladakh. This time no just explore its beauty but enjoy a night camping under the clear night sky high up in the mountains. Meet the local people and learn about their day to day life and culture.With its stunning beauty with the mountains, you would definitely love to head out for a trek up in the high altitudes.  Explore the monasteries, visit the attractions and spend some fun time around the bonfire with your new friends. This time nothing is going to stop you from heading out for this unique adventure.About the Tour:-Ladies, its time to explore majestic Leh in this Leh Ladakh Woman Tour 2018.-Be a part of an epic Ladakh road journey in the Trans-Himalayan region, also known as one of the most difficult mountain roads to drive.-Begin the tour by getting picked from Leh airport and explore the Himalayas as you travel along mountains, rivers and valleys. -Cross high mountain passes, secluded villages and open meadows to experience the beauty of Ladakh and Leh valley.-Major attractions that will be covered are Pangong lake, Khardungla, Nubra valley, Alchi, Leh Palace, Gompa monastery etc.-Admire the mesmerizing beauty of the region as you keep on exploring.-Conclude this Leh Ladakh Woman tour 2018 after 7 days and 6 nights and head back home.
Very Good

23 Ratings

3.0

23 Ratings

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INR 21,500

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11 July 2019
Excellent
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.
Excellent
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 !!

People Also Ask About Ladakh Tours

  1. How can I 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.

    Important Road Distances:
    • Srinagar to Leh: 434 kilometers 
    • Manali to Leh: 473 kilometers 
    • Srinagar to Kargil: 204 kilometers 
    • Delhi to Leh: 1047 kilometers 
    • Leh to Kargil: 234 kilometers 
    • Kargil to Padum: 240 kilometers 
    • Leh to Nubra Valley: 118 kilometers
  2. What is the best mode of transport to reach Ladakh?

    The best way to reach Ladakh is hiring your own vehicle, be it a two wheeler or a four wheeler. A road trip offers you the opportunity to experience the expansive Himalayan landscape at your own pace. Depending on the season you are planning to visit Ladakh, a road trip will bring new vistas of opportunities.
  3. What is the best time to visit Ladakh?

    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. May 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.
  4. What would be day time high and night time low temperature?

    Temperature extremes in night can go as low as minus fourteen degrees in Ladakh. Day time temperature in winter months can be a comfortable 20C while in the summers (months of May and June), temperature can peak to 210C.
  5. Which is the best route 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.
  6. What kind of roads are there?

    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 trip. The road conditions in this valley keep on changing and it is a highly rocky terrain out there. If you are taking a four wheeler, it is important that your vehicle offers a very high ground clearance. A SUV or Hatchback with a min 4x4 would be recommended. Here’s segregating the road according to the driving conditions:

    Leh – Sham Valley: Most roads around the town of Leh are well maintained, barring a few sections that frequently get damaged from landslides and water. It would be easy to drive with a normal SUV or a RE Bullet. The places that you would be able to cover include Magnetic Hills, Basgo Palace, Alchi, Nimmu Confluence, Leh Palace, Namgyal Gompa, Shankar Gompa, Spituk Gompa, Hall of Fame and Main Market.

    Leh – Khardung La – Nubra Valley: Be ready for a bit of stiffness, especially in the Pullu Section of the route. Once, you reach Nubra Valley, the road widens and clears out.

    Leh – Karu – Chang La – Durbuk – Tangste – Pangong Tso:
    The road will be a mix of bad, very bad and impossible! The section between Shakti to Changla La is especially challenging, even for pro riders. The same can be said about the decent from Durbuk to Changla La.

    Leh – Upshi – Chumathang – Mahe – Sumdo – Kiagar Tso – Tso Moriri:
    This is mostly a mix of average road and dirt tracks. While the road cannot be said to be risky, it does involve a lot of challenge, especially after you have driven for so long.

    Pangong Tso – Man – Chusul – Loma – Mahe – Kiagar Tso – Tso Moriri:
    This road goes from remote and beautiful Himalayan villages but you will come across certain very bad sections that will require high ground clearance vehicles.

    Nubra Valley – Agham – Wari La – Chang La – Tangste – Pangong Tso:
    One of the most popular routes, this is a very tough road. The more challenging part is you will rarely spot any other tourist vehicle or villages that would be able to help in case of a breakdown.
  7. Is it safe to visit Ladakh by Bike?

    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.
  8. Can I get rented bike to visit Ladakh?

    Bike rentals are one of the most preferred and popular ways to visit Ladakh. It’s every bikers dream. While bike rentals are available from most connecting cities, the most preferred ones include Srinagar and Manali. Depending on which bike you choose, the cost may vary between INR800 and INR1600 per day. There is also an option to rent a bike from Delhi or Chandigarh but also be prepared for a very long ride and more nights on the road.
  9. What is the process of renting a bike?

    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 same applied if you rent a bike from Srinagar. 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.
  10. Is it safe to travel by a rented bike?

    Traveling across Ladakh in a 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.
  11. Is there any backup vehicle support?

    While biking 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. The risk of damage to you vehicle is always there and thus it is important that you have backup support in most cases. While assistance will be hard to find in most routes, things like extra petrol, spare parts, brake shoes, tires and the like should be carried along. It is consequently recommended that you plan a group tour. This will at least ensure that you aren’t stranded alone till help arrives.
  12. Can I travel by my own bike to visit Ladakh?

    There are several riders who travel along in their own bikes. Some of them come from as far as Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It can be done but you need to be very strong physically and mentally. It’s only the passion for riding and the natural landscape that will keep you going. Don’t look for a comfortable travel if you are driving on your own to Ladakh. This is also why many people go for packaged and group tours. At least, it takes care of your itinerary, food, lodging and the bare necessities.
  13. How many minimum days are required if I want to visit Ladakh by Bike?

    Taking your own bike allows you the flexibility of travel. If you are planning to rent your vehicle from Chandigarh, you will be able to reach Manali on the same day. It is not recommended to drive overnight as the risks can be too huge. The number of days you spend travelling Ladakh depends on the stops you make and the places you would want to cover. Normally, a week long drive with night stops and sight halts can be a comfortable trip to witness Ladakh. It is also important to understand the road condition in the season you are traveling. In the monsoons or the winters, it could take days for some roads to clear up and you to move ahead.
  14. What riding gears do I need to carry?

    Ladakh is a perfect challenge for passionate riders. However, safety always comes first and here are the gears you will need to tag along:

    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
  15. What documents do I need to carry?

    • Driving license 
    • Vehicle registration certificate 
    • Motorcycle insurance papers 
    • PUC certificates 
    • Medical insurance card 
    • Secondary ID (PAN Card, Passport, Voter ID) 
    • Map and itinerary Hardcopy of emergency phone numbers
  16. Do I need a map to travel by bike?

    Map is a must, even if you are using mobile GPS and digital maps. Maps are particularly essential if you suddenly look to or have to change your route plans. A map for Ladakh can be obtained from tourism centers, spread across the route.
  17. Do I need to be a bike mechanic before travelling by bike?

    It is particularly essential that you ride a perfectly fine vehicle. Servicing your bike, whether you are hiring a vehicle or taking your own is important to ensure a smooth drive. The Ladakh terrain can be very tasking on your bike and you cannot do with anything less than perfect vehicle.
  18. What sort of clothes I need to wear for travelling on a bike?

    Depending on the season you are planning to travel, you need to be prepared with the right kind of clothes. Apart from riding jacket, pants, boots and gloves, you should be carrying jeans, t-shirts, jackets, caps, warm inners (a lot of spares), socks (a dozen of them), towels and slippers.
  19. What is the average duration/distance of travel in a day?

    Since it is a highly mountainous terrain, the maximum you can comfortably ride on a bike is between 150-200 kilometers. Night ride isn’t advisable and you will also need to take several halts along the way. Ride slow but ensure that you keep on enjoying the Himalayas.
  20. How much experience it is required to ride a bike to Ladakh?

    To be able to ride across Ladakh, it is necessary that you are completely comfortable with the vehicle. The rule of thumb should be to take a vehicle that you regularly drive.
  21. Do I need to have tubeless tires?

    Tubeless tires are highly recommended on your trip to Ladakh. Even if your tire gets punctured, tubeless tires will ensue that you can still make it to some distance by just pumping in air. Unlike normal tires, tubeless tires will lose air slowly, giving you’re an advantage of time. Also, tubeless tires are easier to fix.
  22. Do I need air pump and puncture kit for Ladakh trip?

    An air pump rightly goes with your tubeless tire. Without an air pump, you will not be able to make the maximum of your tubeless tire. So, even if you could have reached the garage a few miles ahead, you will be stranded without an air pump. It is not only recommended that you carry an air pump but also a puncture kit for your tubeless tires. You can easily buy a puncture kit from a local shop or from websites like eBay.
  23. Can I find mechanics on the way in case of any problems?

    Finding a mechanic can be a problem as most roads don’t even have proper settlements. It is necessary that you got your vehicle checked whenever you get the opportunity and feel that an expert look will be helpful. It will also be a lot of help if you have the basic knowledge of bike repairs.
  24. Is there sufficient number of Fuel Stations?

    The harsh terrain of Ladakh is not just physically tasking but also sucks out the mileage from your vehicle. Consequently, you will need regular refueling of your tank. Petrol pumps are however few and the last ones you would see are at Leh. There’s another one at Nubra Valley but availability can also become an issue here. So, apart from a full tank, it is mandatory that you carry extra fuel.
  25. Is it advisable to travel in a group or solo to Ladakh?

    It is highly advisable to travel in a group in Ladakh, regardless of the means of transport. Being in a group is always safer than traveling alone, though there have been many who do solo trips.
  26. What are the pros and cons of travelling solo?

    Advantages of traveling solo:
    • You have a flexible itinerary and can go wherever you want to. Even if your heart desires to camp at Pangong Lake for the whole week, you are free to follow it!  
    • It will cost a lot less if you are traveling alone than if you are going in a group. 
    • It is necessary that you have complete control and knowledge of your bike. This happens only if you are riding on your own vehicle. You know exactly how much brake is essential to stop at gravel. With tour groups, you will have to get familiar with a new vehicle and it might take time and also be risky. 
    • If you are a rider of some sort, you always know that your loved vehicle deserves a ride through Ladakh. That is reason enough! 

    Disadvantages of traveling solo:
    • Though people are friendly in Ladakh and there is far less security issue than any other part of the country, the problem is people are very few too. You can well be stranded and not get noticed till days.
    • Secondly, it could be quite of a struggle figuring out routes, lodging and bargains if you are traveling alone. Focusing on the road gives you less opportunity to follow the map rightly. There is ample chance that you miss an important turn.
  27. Is it safe for female travelers to go on a Ladakh tour?

    Male or female, a trip to Ladakh can be quite revealing. There is no direct safety threat for female travelers. If at all, male and female travelers share the same kind of challenges.
  28. Can I drive all night and day?

    No! It is recommended that you start your bike at the first light and turn of the engine and fine a safe place to park the moment it gets dark. Night time is freezing cold and driving a bike is impossible. Further, if you get stuck somewhere (you have a higher chance of it at night), there won’t be anyone passing through to help.
  29. What are some safe stops to take shelter on the way?

    Some of the spots you would want to reach by the end of the day include Drass, Kargil, Mulbek, Lamayuru, Alchi and Likir. These spots have quite a few hotels where you can freshen up. Other than that, most monasteries could be emergency shelters for tourists.
  30. What kind of toilet facility is available on the road way?

    Toilet facilities along the road are few but you can always freshen up at any petrol pump. Popular stops include Leh, Kahltsi, Wakha, Mulbek, Kargil, Sonmarg, Mangan and Srinagar. Otherwise it’s the call of nature!
  31. What sort of fitness is required to travel Ladakh?

    Fitness is not as crucial an issue for visiting Ladakh as it your health. People with heart conditions, asthma, breathlessness and such can face problems when visiting Ladakh. There have been many who have cancelled their trips midway and saved themselves from the verge of dying. It is important that you get yourself thoroughly checked and know the chances of getting ill at Ladakh. Along with the air pressure, the cold of the night too can be extreme, even in the summer season.
  32. What sort of natural calamities are usual in this region?

    Ladakh is home to natural calamities. This also ensures that most parts of Ladakh are closed to tourists during the winters and monsoons. Landslides, heavy snowfall, and avalanches are common in this Himalayan terrain.
  33. What I can do if I get stuck somewhere due to any reason?

    Never underestimate nature, especially when you are at the mercy of the Himalayas. There is quite a good chance of getting stuck somewhere on the road along Ladakh. The best you can do is call up an emergency contact, your hotel ahead and hope for a passerby. BSNL postpaid works well across Ladakh and is a must carry on your trip.
  34. Is there network access or can I make a call during the trip?

    BSNL and Airtel postpaid connections are your only hope in Ladakh. Do ensure that you are carrying a SIM.
  35. What is AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) and how can I beat 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
  36. How long does it take to get acclimatized in Ladakh?

    For most, the basic acclimatization takes about 2–3 days.
  37. How much distance is advisable to travel in a day?

    It is recommended to not push you too much at Ladakh. When planning for a higher altitude, make sure that the accent is slow. Start with a maximum of 80-100 kilometers of ride and gradually touch the 150 kilometers mark every day.
  38. What kind of Jeep safaris is available to 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.
  39. Which is the best route to take for a jeep safari?

    The best route for a jeep safari to Ladakh would be the 472 kilometer stretch from Manali to Leh. This safari can be extended to Nubra Valley. Another popular option is to drive to Leh through the Tso Moriri and Tso Kar Lakes. You will however need to arrange a permit to enter the Tso Moriri area with a local taxi. A good tour operator should be able to take care of the particulars.
  40. Are guides Hindi/English speaking?

    The common language spoken across Ladakh is Hindi, but English too is fairly understood and spoken. With little enquiry, you should be able to get an English speaking guide.
  41. What sort of problems may occur while travelling by a Jeep?

    The most common problem when traveling by jeep in Ladakh is a road blockage. The need for repairs might erupt but since you have a bigger vehicle and a driver along, you might as well be taking a mechanic with his tools!
  42. Can one visit Ladakh by a Bicycle?

    Ladakh by bike is itself challenging enough. Bicycling through the terrain can be even more treacherous. However, there have been adrenaline freaks that have made a bicycle trip through the valleys. It does require a lot of practice and training.
  43. What kind of fitness I should have to visit Ladakh by bicycle?

    Needless to say, you need to be very tough to be able to make it across Ladakh on a bicycle. It is necessary that you have trained well and have experience in mountain bicycling in the past.
  44. What kind of problems I may face while travelling on a Bicycle?

    A broken bicycle will be easy to repair. However, there could be a lot of other problems. Firstly, bicycles have a lot less carrying capacity than bikes and you would be limited by the amount of gears, clothes and other necessary things that needs to be carried. Next would be the problem of getting across. It would certainly be a more stretching itinerary. Lastly, if you are looking to be at a certain place before sundown, things can get hard. While you can always take a lift from an army truck, you need to be fortunate enough to find one accommodating enough.
  45. What things I must carry if I am travelling Ladakh on a bicycle?

    • First aid box 
    • Tool bag / pouch 
    • Cycle specific spare content 
    • Foot pump 
    • Waterproof zip lock bags 
    • LED flashlights / headlamp 
    • Jerry cans for fuel 
    • Insulated travel flask 
    • Cycling gear (helmet / costume / gloves / shoes / guards)
  46. Should I go on a bike tour or jeep tour? Which one is better?

    A bike tour is always a better way to see Ladakh as it gives you the flexibility of travel. Jeep safaris on the other hand are safer and are recommended if you are traveling with large group (some of whom are non bikers) or family or are looking for a comfortable, romantic but exciting vacation.
  47. What is the best time to visit Ladakh, Summer or Winter? And why?

    Summers are the most recommended time to go as the day temperature would be comfortable to travel. Even during summers, winters are chilly, with temperature reaching minus figures. Summers are also the time when most of the valley opens up to tourists. Winters in Ladakh can be very challenging and most parts are covered in snow. While, it can be a great opportunity to witness the Himalayan winters, there’s not a lot of places you can go or a lot of things you can do.
  48. Which are the things one must do if travelling by road?

    • Check out Lala’s Art Café in Leh 
    • Be a part of the Hemis Festival / Ladakh Festival / Losar Festival 
    • Watch the sunrise at Pangong Tso 
    • Pitch your tent in the mountains for a night 
    • Bird watch, instead of tweeting! 
    • Witness the Milky Way
    • Visit a local family and spend a couple of hours with them 
    • Be proud to see the Indian Flag flying high 
    •  Spin some prayer wheels ? Chill out with monks ? Eat Maggi! ? Cook pasta in hot springs ? Play cricket! Don’t ignore the street signs! They can be really interesting!
  49. What are some beautiful places on the way I must visit?

    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
  50. What are some interesting things to do in Ladakh?

    Ladakh is a magic. The landscape presents a lot many opportunities to make your trip unique and a one in a lifetime memory. Here are some things you should try, when at Ladakh:
    • A jeep safari through the passes 
    • Camel safari in Nubra Valley 
    • Mountain cycling / 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
  51. Which are some places best suitable for adventure activities and what type of adventure activities one can do in Ladakh?

    • White Water River Rafting in Indus and Zanskar River  
    • Camel Safari in Nubra Valley
    • Trekking - Nubra Valley, Stok Kangri, Markha Valley, Chadar 
    • Jeep Safari – Nubra Valley, Zanskar Valley, Pangong Lake, Tso Moriri Lake 
    • Night camping in Ladakh under a million stars 
    • Quad Biking in Nubra Sand Dunes 
    • Mountain Biking along the Zanskar River 
    • Running 72 kilometers in the Ladakh Marathon 
    • Snow Leopard Trek in Rumbak Valley Paragliding in Ladakh
  52. How many monasteries are there in Ladakh? Which are must visit?

    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
  53. Which are most famous treks 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
    • Parang La Trek
  54. When is the best time to go Ladakh for trekking?

    The recommended time for trekking in Ladakh is between the months of July and August, when the day temperature is warm and comfortable. September onwards, the chances of snow storms increase. However, an important trek is the month of February is the Chadar Trek. All trekkers across Ladakh are required to have a local guide along.
  55. When Chadar trek happen? Can anyone do it?

    The Chadar Trek commences in the winter months when the River Zanskar gets completely frozen and strong enough for trekkers to cross it. The trail has become quite of popularity among adventure tourists but the challenge goes to minus 35 degrees. The distance of the trek is about 105 kilometers wherein, the trekker has to cover about 16 kilometers every day. The trek is recommended for experienced trekkers and not something that can be tried by beginners. The worst thing about the trek is the freezing temperatures.
  56. What is snow Leopard trek? Is it safe? What is the best time this trek?

    A popular attraction among adventure lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and photographers, the Snow Leopard Trek across the Hemis National Park 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. Apart from the freezing temperature, the trek is completely safe and something that any wildlife lover should embark upon.
  57. Which are the various places best for photography?

    They say, whatever frame you click in Ladakh, it will be a beauty! Well, it’s a paradise for photographers. Its nature at its best and a culture that is from the heavenly Himalayas. However, ensure that you seek permission before clicking any person or monastery. In some cases, photographing monasteries are forbidden. If you are carrying a camera, don’t miss out:
    • Zanskar Valley 
    • Pangong Tso Lake 
    • Kargil 
    • Drass Valley 
    • Khardung La Pass 
    • Nubra Valley 
    • Magnetic Hill 
    • Spituk Gompa Hemis National Park
  58. How many wildlife sanctuaries are there in Ladakh?

    There are two important wildlife sanctuaries in Ladakh and include the Hemis National Park and the Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary.
  59. What festivals Ladakh people celebrate? Is it worth visiting?

    There is no better way to experience the culture of Ladakh than its festivals. As opposed to the festivals celebrated in the rest of the country, the culture here is highly unique and can be quite enchanting for someone interested. The festivals you should be planning to attend include:

    • Losar, during the month of December 
    • Sindhu Darshan, during the month of June 
    • Hemis Tsechu, during July 
    • Ladakh Festival during the month of September 
    • Yuru Kabgyat, during the month of June 
    • Phyang Tsedup, during late July 
    • Thiksey Gustor, mid November 
    • Dosmoche, late February 
    • Matho Nagrang, mid March 
    • Stok Guru Tsechu, during the month of March

     As you can see, most of the festivals are held during the summer months and this would be perfect if you are trying to get a glimpse of the unique blend of culture of the mountains.
  60. How are Drass and Kargil? Is it worth visiting? How far they are from Leh?

    Drass and Kargil have been the frontiers of Indian Army, long before the Kargil War. A disturbed zone all throughout the year, a visit to this place will renew your faith in the Indian Army and thus is something that you must experience. If you have through those men in uniform look good, check out the men in duty! It’s a new level of respect you will gain. Drass is 284 kilometers from Leh while Kargil is 216 kilometers.
  61. What all activities we can do in Nubra Valley? Is camel safari is worth doing?

    Nubra Valley offers a host of activities and is consequently a stop that you might want to extend beyond a day. Popular things to do in Nubra Valley include:
    • Visit to the Diskit Gompa 
    • Ride along the Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable pass in the world 
    • Visit the Pon Khar Palace 
    • See the Giant Chamba Statue 
    • Explore the Zimskang Museum  
    • Take a Camel Ride through the white sand dunes The camel ride would be an especially unique experience and would be something you would take back for a lifetime.
  62. How many passes are there in Ladakh?

    Ladakh is popularly known as the “Land of High Passes”. In fact, the word Ladakh is about ‘La’ or passes and ‘Dhak’ meaning many. Some of the most important passes include:
    • Khardung La 
    • Chang La 
    • Zozi La 
    • Baralacha La 
    • Fotu La 
    • Lachulung La 
    • Namika La 
    • Tanglang La
  63. Is Ladakh good for family holiday? Can I take my kids to Ladakh?

    Ladakh can be a fun family holiday, if you are okay with a little bit of challenge for the ultimate outdoor experience. Kids can be taken to a Ladakh trip but it is recommended that they don’t tag along to high altitude area like Nubra and Khardugla Pass. With low air pressure and lack of oxygen, it can be a problem to find medical help.
  64. Are there any tents at Pangong Lake and how much is the average cost of stay in camps?

    The world renowned Pangong Tso Lake offers night stay near the shores in tented accommodation. This is something that anyone would like to experience. The price range extends between INR 1000/night to INR 7000/night, depending on the amenities and number of sleepers.
  65. Are there any women only tours of Ladakh?

    Several tour operators organize women – only tours across Ladakh and it can be an amazing experience if you are an outdoor kind of girl. The trips range from jeep safaris to riding trips and trekking adventures. There’s no limit to the amount of fun you can have with your women only trip companions.
  66. Is Ladakh is good for honeymoon?

    Ladakh can be a perfect place for honeymooners! After all, what can be a better backdrop for romance than the Himalayas, its crystal blue lakes and the alpine landscape!
  67. Is there any bus service from Delhi or Manali to reach Ladakh?

    Himachal Pradesh Tourism and J & K State Road Transport Corporation regularly run deluxe and ordinary buses.
  68. What all cafes are there in Leh city? Which are must visit?

    Leh can surprise you with its food. It is highly recommended that you stop at one or more of these cafes and pick up something from their menu!
    • Bob’s Café 
    • Yama Coffee House 
    • Café Aroma 
    • Yum Yum Food and Café 
    • Brazil Café Leh 
    • My Secret Recipe German Bakery 
    • Coffeesutra 
    • Leh Café 
    • World Garden Café 
    • Café Cloud 
    • Ladakh Fine Foods 
    • Himalaya Café 
    • Ladakh Biker Café and Restaurant Ja Khang
  69. What sort of nightlife is there in Ladakh?

    Night life in Ladakh is completely different from the city. Even in the summers, it’s chilly cold outside. If you are not inside your blanket, the best you can do is put up a campfire and dance and sing around it!
  70. Can we smoke and drink in Ladakh? Is it legal?

    While it is not illegal to smoke or drink in Ladakh, it is recommended that you don’t. Drinking dehydrates your body and even if you do, drink lots of water and fluids, so as not to have a hangover. Similarly, smoking can be tasking on your lungs and you would want on with full power and capacity! Smoking can be disastrous in Ladakh.
  71. Are there any restaurants which I can find while on Ladakh tour?

    There are pretty good number of restaurants at important locations like Leh, Kahltsi, Wakha, Mulbek, Kargil, Sonmarg, Mangan and Srinagar. However, you might also come across solitary dhabas serving good food. Instant noodles like Maggi are a popular food among riders in Ladakh.
  72. Are there any ATMs on the way?

    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.
  73. Is there any pharmacy or hospitals on the way to Ladakh?

    Two of the most renowned Hospitals in the Leh-Ladakh route are SNM Hospitals and Dr. P Wanchuk Clinic. Apart from that, pharmacy and medical facilities aren’t too usual. However, you can always approach the army camps in any kind of medical situation.
  74. Is Indian army is helpful in case of emergency?

    Whether you are stranded on the road or are having a medical emergency, the Indian Army is your only hope. Army jawans will readily take you to their camps and help you with medical and other emergencies. They will even give you essentials like food, warm water and bedding for the night, before you are ready to go again.
  75. What are dos and don’ts in Ladakh?

    Do’s
    • Collect necessary information about the weather 
    • After arrival, take rest up to 36 hours before embarking on any kind of trip 
    • Move slowly and try breathing softer and deeper 
    • Carry water purification tablets / boiled water / bottled waters 
    • Seek a local cab since outside vehicles aren’t allowed in Ladakh 
    • Carry dry eatables like nuts 
    • Avoid alcohol and smoking 
    • Carry first aid 
    • Carry strong walking shoes, raincoats, light woolen, cotton wear 
    • Have extra batteries 
    • Interact with locals for detailed knowledge about places 
    • Try going in groups or packaged tours 
    Dont's 
    • Don’t click photographs without permission 
    • Use of plastic is banned. Don’t use any 
    • Don’t wear short and revealing clothes, especially around religious sites 
    • Don’t disturb the wildlife 
    • Don’t litter 
    • Don’t trying influencing the locals