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Duration Price
Ladakh Adventure Expedition with Turtuk Village7 days & 6 nights
INR 21,800
Thrilling Leh Ladakh Bike Adventure7 days & 6 nights
INR 20,800
Adventurous Ladakh | Group Tour Package7 days & 6 nights
INR 20,800
Leh Ladakh Adventure with Pangong Lake5 days & 4 nights
INR 12,950
Leh Ladakh from Delhi | With Flights7 days & 6 nights
INR 36,499
Leh to Manali Bike Trip 20248 days & 7 nights
INR 33,300

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Are you planning to go on a vacation to Leh this season? Look no further! Enjoy exploring the most popular attractions and activities in Leh with Thrillophilia's Leh tour packages. Get a chance to explore snow-covered mountains, beautiful valleys, lush green meadows, lakes, ancient monasteries, and more.

You could visit the Nubra Valley, and enjoy a ride on the double-humped Bactrian camels. Explore the Thiksey monastery, one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh and offers brilliant views of the valley. You could visit the Pangong Lake, which is a must-have in Ladakh tours. You are guaranteed to fall in love with the changing colors of the lake . Did you know? A song from SRK's blockbuster movie 'Dil Se' was also filmed here during 1998. 

Go on and explore the Leh Palace, and admire its 9-storey architecture. Check out the 400 years old paintings, crown, and jewelry on display here. Also, visit the Shanti Stupa (a Buddhist Shrine), another major attraction and a must-add in Leh tour packages. Take a look at the combination of Ladakh and Japanese Buddhist architecture here. The stupa was established to promote peace and mark 2500 years of Buddhism in the world. It is a perfect place for tourists who are seeking peace among the Himalayas.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your Leh tour packages with Thrillophilia. We promise a smooth journey with expert tour guides and dependable on-ground assistance.

Best Time To Visit Leh:

Leh can be visited all year round. You could choose from 3 main travel periods - The peak season, the shoulder season, and the waning season. Thrillophilia guarantees an exciting experience to all the tourists visiting Leh at any time of the year.

1. Peak season - If you’ve booked your Leh packages for Peak Season (May to July), you'll find that all the routes to the region stay accessible. You'll also be able to witness mountains covered in snow. Expect temperatures ranging between 1 to 7 degrees. You could visit attractions like monasteries, Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake and more.

2. Shoulder season- You can also plan your trip to Leh between the months of September and October (Shoulder Season). You'll be able to cover most of the attractions like Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary, monasteries, and more. You can expect temperatures ranging anywhere between -2 to 4 degrees.

3. Waning season- Despite the risks involved, many tourists plan their Leh trip between July and August (Monsoon Season). During the monsoon season, you'll notice lesser tourist footfall. That being said, you could enjoy a more peaceful time at your favorite hotspots. We'd recommend keeping an eye out for weather forecasts to avoid any troubles while on the road.

How To Reach Leh:

1. By Air: The fastest and the most efficient way to reach Leh is through flights. There are several direct flights available to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh, from major cities like Delhi, Srinagar, Jammu, and Chandigarh. The average flight duration from Delhi to Leh for a direct flight is approximately 1.5 hours. You could also book a connecting flight from Mumbai or Bangalore Airport. These connecting flights usually have a layover in Delhi and take around 5 hours.

2. By Road: You could pick the Manali-Leh Highway via Sarchu, which stays open for only 6 months due to heavy snowfall. Another option would be taking the Srinagar-Leh Highway, which goes via Kargil. If you’re planning a bike trip to Leh, you could begin from Srinagar, Manali, Delhi, or Chandigarh. It’s recommended to check the weather forecast before traveling to Leh.

3. By Train: The nearest railway station to Leh is Jammu Tawi railway station, which is approximately 661 km away from the town. The Jammu Tawi Railway Station is well connected to many cities like Delhi, Himachal, Kolkata and Mumbai. You could choose from many options that are available for this route. Some of them are Jammu Tawi Special, Bandra Terminus Bhuj Special, Jammu Garib Rath, and Begampura Express. From the Jammu Tawi railway station, you could take a bus or taxi to Leh which is 661 km ahead. Leh is around a 15-hour drive away from the station.

Places To Visit On Leh Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Leh:

1. Pangong Tso Lake: Visit the Pangong Tso lake, the highest saltwater lake on the planet. Take a look at the changing colors of the lake which range from blue, green to red. You'd be amazed to know that the lake is not entirely in India. A portion of it also falls within the borders of Tibet. Located at a height of more than 14,000 feet, it is among the most popular tourist attractions in Leh tour packages.

2. Shanti Stupa: The Shanti Stupa is located on the top of Changspa, a hill that faces the Leh Palace. You could admire the scenic views from the Stupa during the time of sunset or sunrise. It was built by the Japanese and Ladakhi Buddhists in 1991. You'll notice that its architecture is very different from all the other Stupas in the region. That's another reason why it's unique and is always included in most of the Leh tour packages.

3. Khardung La Pass: Explore the Khardung La Pass, which is among the highest motorable passes in the world. It is located at a height of more than 17,000 feet and is a strategic route for India. You'll find a lot of bikers riding along the pass. Don't forget to enjoy Maggi or a plate of steamed momos at Rinchen Cafeteria, the highest cafe in the world.

4. Leh Palace: You could visit the Leh Palace, which was built in the 19th century. The palace complex is a 9-storey structure. Back in the days, each storey used to serve a unique purpose. Admire the architecture of the palace, which is based on the design of Potala Palace of Lhasa. You can also take a look at the ancient artifacts like paintings, as old as 450 years old.

5. Diskit Monastery: Leh tour packages won’t be complete without a visit to the Diskit Monastery, built in the 14th century. It is considered to be Nubra Valley's oldest and biggest monastery. You could admire its architecture which is a blend of Ladakhi and Tibetan styles. Offer prayers at the Maitreya Buddha statue which is more than 100 feet tall. 

6. Thiksey Gompa: Explore the Thiksey Monastery, also known as Thiksey Gompa. Another major attraction in Leh packages, it is located at a height of more than 11,000 feet. You could take a look at the Buddha Statue which was built during the 1970s. Explore Tara Temple and Lamokhang Temple, and 8 other temples located within the monastery's complex. 

7. Tso Moriri: If you're someone who loves watching birds, Tso Moriri is the place to include in your Leh tour packages. You could spot a wide variety of birds like the Brahmin duck, bare-headed goose, brown-headed gull, and more. Take a look at the Himalayan hares, known as one of the oldest breeds of rabbit. Additionally, you could explore the 500-years-old Karzok Monastery.

8. Stok Palace: Check out the 200-years-old Stok Palace, which is home to many ancient artifacts dating back to monarchical times. You could admire the Queen's historic Perak, a headpiece with more than 400 precious stones. Did you know? An actual knotted-sword is on display at the museum. Now that is something that deserves a place in your Leh packages.

Things To Do On Leh Trip:

Here are some of the best things to do in Leh:

1. Go on a Jeep Safari: Enjoy a Jeep Safari, in Leh, the 'Land of High Passes'. Set out on a journey from Manali to Leh, and visit attractions like Rohtang Pass and Baralacha Pass. Explore the Chang La Pass, as you pass through Hemis, Thiksey, and Shey Monasteries. You could admire the lush green scenery, and ancient architecture on a Jeep Safari from Leh to Nubra Valley.

2. Cycling: If you're a cycling enthusiast, we'd recommend including a cycling tour in your Leh tour packages. Get a chance to visit the hotspots in the region while admiring the scenery all around. You can also explore the Changla Pass, via the Pangong Route. Get a chance to experience the Monastery Circuit, and visit monasteries like Matho and Hemis.

3. Bike Tour: How could we speak of Leh and miss out on bike tours? It's one of the activities that are most asked for, in Leh tour Packages. You'll find riding a bike in the Himalayas to be a one-of-a-kind experience. Visit many attractions in Leh including Leh Sangam, Leh market, ancient monasteries, and more. Ride your bike along Khardung La Pass, one of the highest motorable passes in the world.

4. Attend Festivals of Leh: There's a lot more to Leh than its scenic landscapes. You could include attending a variety of festivals as a part of your Leh packages. Check out the Hemis Festival which is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Guru Rinpoche. Enjoy the Sindhu Darshan at the Indus River, located near Shey Village. Experience the Ladakh Festival, a 7-day long celebration which features the exhibition of religious icons at Phyang Monastery.

5. Shopping at Leh: You could enjoy shopping at the Leh Market. It is one of the most amazing places in the region. Buy a wide range of items ranging from jewelry, clothes, groceries to street food. Don't forget to buy some of the woolen clothes available in the market. The hand-woven woolen clothes of Leh are one of the most demanded regional items among tourists.

6. Trekking: Trekking in Leh is one of the most exciting activities included in Leh packages. There are a variety of options to choose from when it comes to trekking expeditions in the area. You could trek from Spituk to Stok, and check out Zingchen valley, Stok Palace, and more. If you're up for a challenge, you opt for Markha Valley trek and explore Ganda La pass, Zanskar range, and more. 

7. Go on a Camel Safari: Looking for something unique to add to your Leh tour packages? It is recommended to take a ride on the Bactrian camel in Nubra Valley. Get a chance to explore the mountains, deserts, and villages in Leh on a Came Safari Tour. You'll also get to learn more about the traditional lifestyle of the locals in the region.

8. Pray at Gurudwara Pathar Sahib: Gurudwara Pathar Sahib was built in 1517, and is dedicated to Guru Nanak Dev Ji. It is home to a holy boulder which locals believe has the imprints of Guruji's body. The temple is located at a height of more than 11,000 feet above sea level. It stands as a symbol of forgiveness, humanity, and kindness.

Local Dishes to Try On Leh Tour:

1. Thukpa: When on a Leh trip, never miss out on Thupka. It is a soup made of noodles and mixed vegetables and minced meat. You'll notice that the noodles are usually made out of barley or wheat flour. The soup is very readily available across all regions in Leh. It is recommended for tourists because of its body warming properties, and of course the delicious taste!

2. Tingmo: Imagine the covering of momos without the filling, but all fluffy. That is how Tingmo could be explained to a first-timer. It's basically a soft and fluffy Tibetan bread that locals enjoy for breakfast, and sometimes even lunch or dinner. Most of the time, it is served hot with a non-vegetarian dish.

3. Skyu: Skyu is another traditional food item from Leh. It is a soup based dish that has vegetables and small kneaded dough-balls that are flattened. It is usually paired with a non-vegetarian dish, and is a high-calorie food. Locals mostly enjoy Skyu when the temperature goes below the freezing point. 

4. Momos: You just can't miss out on these during your trip to Leh. Momos are dumplings with vegetable or meat stuffing, wrapped in a dough. You could enjoy steamed or deep-fried crunchy momos which are served with a spicy dip. Momos also hold a special place among occasions such as the Losar festival, and are served to guests.

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How much does a Leh trip cost?

Leh tours for 6 nights may cost you between INR 20,000/- to 25,000/- (approximately). But, the exact cost may vary depending upon the type of accommodation, activities chosen, and more. If you're planning a bike tour to Leh, it may cost you between 20,000-35,000. The exact cost for a bike tour may vary depending upon factors like inclusion of Petrol, type of bike model picked, and more.

How many days are enough for the Leh tour?

It is recommended that you spend at least 6-7 days in Leh. This will ensure that you can commute without any hassles and adjust to the regional weather. You'll also be able to cover major attractions such as the Shanti Stupa, Leh Market, and various ancient monasteries. You could even keep a day for leisure if you prefer.

Which are some famous trekking tours in Leh?

Trekking in Leh Ladakh is the most popular way of exploring the region, and the many grand trails offer an assurance of great and memorable experiences. Some of the best trekking tours in near Leh include:

  •    Spituk to Stok trek- 4 days approx.
  •    Markha Valley trek- 8 days approx.
  •    Parang La trek- 8 days approx.
  •    Lamayuru Alchi Trek- 9 days approx.
  •    Nubra Valley Trek- 10 days approx.
  •    Kang Yatse trek- 12 days approx.
  •    Chadar Trek- 15 days approx.
  •    Stok Kangri Trek- 18 days approx.

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What the different jeep safari tours to Leh and how much will it cost me?

The most popular jeep safari tour is the 472 kilometres long Manali to Leh tour. The tour generally covers famous sights like Khardung La pass, Keylong, Jispa, Darcha among others.The tour can take anywhere from 5 to 10 days, depending upon your sight-seeing desires. A Manali to Leh jeep safari tour will cost you between 25,000 INR to 40,000 INR per person, depending upon your tour provider. The jeep tour can also be extended to include other popular spots like the Nubra Valley.

Another popular jeep safari tour is from Srinagar to Leh. This tour generally covers famous spots like Sonamarg (the Meadow of Gold), Kargil with its views of Tiger Hill and Tololing, the statue of Maitreya Buddha, and several monasteries among other sights. Some tour providers also provide a trip to Nubra Valley. The tour takes approximately 4 to 5 days, and costs approximately 15,000 to 25,000 INR per person.

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How much is the cost of a Leh Ladakh Motorcycle expedition? How many days it takes to complete it?

A motorcycle tour of Leh Ladakh is one of the most adventurous activities you can engage in. The tour incorporates all the major sights in and around Leh and Ladakh Nubra Valley, Jispa, Khardung La Pass, Keylong, Baralacha Pass etc.

There are many ways in which you can engage in such an expedition. First, you can choose to rent your own bike and pay a daily rental. Depending on your point of departure, your daily bike rental can cost you 800 INR to 2000 INR. Alternatively, you can choose to take advantage of a package by a tour provider. Such a package will include your itinerary, a bike, and hotel or camping provisions. The package, lasting between 8 to 20 days, will cost between 25,000 INR to 50,000 INR per head depending on your tour provider.

 A comprehensive and leisurely tour of Ladakh, which allows you to experience the region peacefully, will take at least 8 to 10 days. Your trip can also extend to 20 days if you wish to stop and carefully explore the area. The number of days will also extend depending on whether you wish to stop and visit famous places en route to Leh from Delhi, Manali, Srinagar etc. 

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Are there any exclusive tours for women in Leh? What all things are covered in it?

Yes, there are many exclusive packages offered by a range of tour providers for women only. Such tour packages generally start from Delhi, Chandigarh, Manali and Srinagar, and include transportation, hotel stays, camping provisions where needed, breakfast and dinner, first aid provisions, toll taxes, and oxygen cylinders. Sightseeing costs and the costs of adventure activities are also included in the packages. Tour guides are also arranged when the occasion calls for them.

Costs of such women-only exclusive tours in Leh vary based on the tour provider and the length of the tour.  Slight variations based on starting points may also be expected. Keeping all this in mind, a tour to Leh Ladakh costs anywhere between 17,000 INR to 50,000 INR per person.

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Where I can do river rafting trip in Leh? What is the approximate cost?

The Indus River flows across the north west to the south east, passing through Ladakh before it flows into Pakistan. This river is a major rafting hub in Leh Ladakh, especially during the summer months from June to September. Though the Indus river in Ladakh mostly consists of grade I or II rapids, there are places where the grades can also go up to III to V. This allows rafters to engage in some great rafting. The most popular river rafting spots on the Indus river in Ladakh include-

  •    Phey to Nimo
  •    Upshi to Kharu
  •    Upshi to Nimo
  •    Nimo to Alchi
  •    Phey to Indus via Zanskar at Nimo

The approximate cost of river rafting in Ladakh is 1500 INR to 2000 INR per head. Costs vary depending upon the route you choose and the activity provider you choose.

Is it safe to take a bike trip from Leh to Srinagar? What difficulties will I have to face?

Yes, a bike trip from Leh to Srinagar is not only a viable option, it is also quite a popular one with bikers. The route is a fantastic one, and the sights you will see are among the most magnificent in the world. The route is pleasant and easy to navigate, and if you are an experienced biker, there should be no difficulties on the route. Some things need to be kept in mind before you start, however.

The distance from Leh to Srinagar is approximately 434 kilometres. It is no trifling distance, and driving through the mountainous terrain can be exhausting, especially if you are not very experienced on mountain roads.

The climate is another challenge you might have to overcome. Ladakh is located at a great height, and oxygen shortage is a real problem there, especially to those used to low-lying terrains. Make sure you carry an oxygen cylinder on you at all times and take frequent breaks if you feel the need.

Since the landscape is so rough, you can also expect landslides blocking your way. Carry food supplies to keep you energised in case you face an unexpected derailment due to the terrain.

Which are some famous Cycling tours in Leh? What are the things I need to keep in mind for before going for a cycling tour in Leh?

Most tours around Leh which can be covered in a jeep or bike can also be covered on a cycle. Cycling has the added advantage of being pliable on dirt tracks so you can explore roads less travelled too. There are several ways in which you can enjoy a cycling tour of Leh Ladakh.

Firstly, you can choose to rent a bicycle in Leh and bike up to the famous points around Leh including the Khardung La, Tanglang La and Baralacha La passes, Keylong, Jispa, Nubra Valley etc. Day trips to these spots will allow you to enjoy Leh Ladakh in a relaxed manner, and you can always return to the comfort of your hotel in the evening. You can also choose to make a circuit of all the famous spots around Ladakh and camp on the road at night.

Alternatively, you can choose to start your bicycling tour to Leh from Manali and Srinagar. This is a challenging tour and it is advisable that only advanced cyclists undertake it. The route is extremely scenic but also very tricky, and riding a bicycle in the mountainous terrain is a hard task. If you wish to undertake this tour, preface with it some strong preparation and do not jump headfirst into it.

Any cycling tour in Leh Ladakh should involve several pit stops which will allow you to reenergise yourself. Pushing your body beyond its capacities can prove life-threatening too since the landscape of Ladakh with its low oxygen is a challenge in itself. Take many breaks, carry adequate food and water supplies, and always have an oxygen cylinder with you.

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How long is the Markha Valley Trekking Tour? How much time will it take to complete it?

The Markha valley trek in Ladakh is one of the most famous trekking routes in the state, and also one of the most difficult ones. The trek takes place over a distance of 75 kilometres, and is not one that beginners should undertake. During the trek, you will pass through some magnificent spots such as Yurutse, Ganda La Pass, Kongmaru La Pass, Hemis National Park etc. The trek will reward you with several stunning views of the majestic Kangyatze Peak too.

 The Markha Valley trek takes approximately 8 to 9 days to complete. The first few days are spent in slow acclimatization after which the trek picks up speed and difficulty.

When is the best time for a Stok Kangri trekking tour? How difficult is it?

The Stok Kangri Trek is one of the most difficult treks around Ladakh. Its greatest difficulty is its height. The Stok kangri trek is the highest trekkable summit located at a height of about 20500 feet, and it can take anywhere between 9 to 18 days to complete the trek. The distance of the trek is approximately 40 kilometres, and you will have to deal with minus degree temperatures frequently. The entire route is full of spell-binding sights of the Himalayas and the valleys laid out below. Once you reach the summit, you will be able to see the whole of Zanskar and the Indus Valley below.

The best time to trek this route is from June to August when the summer is at its highest.

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Which places are covered in the Leh Ladakh Cultural tour?

The Leh Ladakh Cultural Tour takes approximately 4 to 5 days in total and covers several famous cultural spots around the region. Monasteries, handicraft sites, temples and villages are the most frequented spots on these tours.

Visits to the Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Alchi and Likir monasteries are common as are visits to the oracle of Sabu, Tibetan handicraft centre, Japanese temple and Zanskar village.

The places you visit on such a tour vary depending upon the tour organizer.

Where can I go for camel safari tours in Leh?

Yes, camel safaris are common in Leh and you can easily enjoy safaris over the sand dunes in Diskit and Hunder valley. Camel safaris in Hunder (Nubra Valley) are in fact world renowned as you pass through enchanting landscapes that are difficult to explore in a car or jeep.

Which are some famous Leh Ladakh honeymoon tours?

Leh Ladakh is a fantastic honeymoon destination. The mighty sights and the beautiful treks around the region are nature’s gifts to honeymoon couples. Honeymoon tours of Leh Ladakh include visits to the most famous spots around the region including Keylong, Khardung La Pass, Jispa, Pangong Tso Lake, Nubra Valley among others. Camping options are also included in these tours. Adventure activities like Camel riding in the Nubra Valley and river rafting in the Indus are also included in some packages. The number of places included in your Leh Ladakh honeymoon tour depends upon the amount of time you are able to commit. A good tour package will last between 5 to 20 days.

Which are some famous ancient monasteries to visit during my Leh Ladakh?

Buddhism reigns supreme in the high altitudes of Ladakh and this fact has given birth to several grand monasteries in the region with their own unique identities. Most of these monasteries have been around for several centuries and their ancient has are full of a serenity that engulfs the visitor. Some of the best ancient monasteries you can visit in Leh Ladakh include,

  •    Hemis Monastery
  •    Diskit Monastery
  •    Likir Monastery
  •    Spituk Monastery
  •    Stakna Monastery
  •    Alchi Monastery
  •    Phyang Monastery
  •    Phugtal Monastery
  •    Sani Monastery
  •    Sumda Chun Monastery

How long is the Chadar trekking tour in Leh Ladakh?

The Chadar trek, or the Frozen River Trek, in Ladakh takes approximately 8 to 15 days to complete. It is 75 kilometres long.

Which are the best festivals to attend on my Ladakh tour?

Ladakh has a rich variety of local and national festivals which keep a spirit of joy alive in the region all year round. These festivals add colour and vibrancy to the local culture by celebrating the diversity of Ladakh. They are a great way to interact with the locals and gain insights into the lifestyle of Leh Ladakh. Some of the best festivals to enjoy during your tour of Ladakh include,

  •    Losar- the Tibetan New Year
  •    Sindhu Darshan
  •    Hemis Tsechu
  •    Ladakh Festival
  •    Yuru Kabgyat
  •    Phyang Tsedup Festival
  •    Thiksey Gustor
  •    Dosmoche
  •    Stok Guru Tsechu

What is special about the Nubra Valley tour? When is the best time for it?

150 kilometres north of Leh lies the “Orchard of Ladakh”-the beautiful Nubra Valley with its lush grasslands and scenic mountain views. Mind-numbingly cold in the winters, the valley is a source of unending joy to travellers in the spring-filled summer months.

Exploring the dune-like valley in the summer months on a camel or on a bicycle is delightful, and the gazing upon the star-spangled night skies is awe-inspiring. Camping in the Nubra Valley is also a very special activity.

A tour of the Nubra Valley also includes visits to the Khardung La pass, the Diskit Gompa, Hunder village, Sumur village, Panamik, Terisha Tso among others. Trekking around the valley is an easy but rewarding experience. The range of beautiful experiences that Nubra Valley can provide travellers makes it a very special place in India. It is best explored between June and August.

What are the prices and timings to visit the snow leopard sanctuary in Leh? Is it open throughout the year?

The Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary is a world-famous spot for snow leopard viewing. The sanctuary has the highest concentration of snow leopards in the world, and the magnificent animals can be spotted frequently in the wild here.

Though the sanctuary is open throughout the year, the best time to view snow leopards is from December to February. The sanctuary offers several good trekking routes from mid-June to mid-October.

Can I do a solo backpacking tour to Leh? What are the things to keep in mind?

Yes, you can definitely go on a solo backpacking tour to Leh. The region is a peaceful one and the locals are friendly and hospitable for most part, so you will not face any troubles on that account. However, a solo backpacking tour of Leh Ladakh, while rewarding, is also a tricky trip, and several cautions need to be kept in mind.

The climate and the terrain of Ladakh is the most challenging aspect of a trip to the region, but it should be of especial concern to a solo backpacker. Make sure you are well prepared to tackle any difficulties that come in your way. Always carry plentiful food and beverage supplies to keep you energised, and keep a first aid kit and oxygen cylinder with you at all times. But don’t carry too many things with you since traveling light is easier than lugging many bags along the road.

The height and remoteness of the landscape also means that you are likely to lose your phone connection at many points. It would be wise to keep several operational sim cards on you, preferably by different providers, so that you have maximum chances of being connected to the world. Creating a detailed itinerary and handing over a copy of it to your loved ones is also a good way of ensuring that you are prepared against emergencies.

Safety measures like pepper sprays and nail cutters should also be kept on hand just in case.

Apart from this, a solo backpacking trip in Ladakh is a wonderful experience so enjoy every bit of it.

Which are the best campsites to stay in, during my Leh Ladakh tour?

The diverse range of places where you can indulge in exotic camping and the variety of awe-inspiring sights that can be experienced here add to the magnificence of camping in the region, and make it a memorable experience. Some of the best campsites in Ladakh include,

  •    The Indus River Camp
  •    Camp Redstart
  •    Desert Himalaya Resort
  •    Tsermang Eco Camp
  •    Pangong Retreat
  •    Hundred Sky Camp Pangong
  •    Chamba Camp Thiksey
  •    Nubra Organic Retreat
  •    Dream Camp Sumoor
  •    Bikamp at Leh

Can we visit Leh with Kids??

Yes, you could go for Leh tours with kids. However, you should keep a few things in mind. Allow enough time for the kids to adjust to the regional weather and the altitude. During the winter season, it's advisable to ensure that your kids are covered in warm clothing. You must carry essential medicines, food, and water at all times.

What permits do I need for a complete Leh trip?

You will need two types of permits for a Leh Tour - an Inner Line Permit (ILP) and an Environmental Fee (Green Fee). Indian citizens need the Inner Line Permit to visit Leh. Whereas, foreign nationals (2 or more) or NRIs need to get a PAP (Protected Area Permit) for a Leh trip.

What kind of accommodation is available in Leh?

You could choose from a variety of accommodation types available for your Leh tour packages. Homestays in Leh are highly recommended because of the warm hospitality of the locals. You would also get a chance to learn more about the culture of the region. Leh also has many eco-friendly stay options that help you admire the natural beauty while supporting sustainable tourism. Additionally, you can also stay near Pangong Lake in the premium campsites by Thrillophilia’s Leh tours.

What are the best monasteries to visit in Leh?

1. Diskit Monastery: Visit the Diskit Monastery, built in the 14th century, the oldest and biggest monastery in the area. It is located in Nubra Valley. The monastery is popular for the huge Maitreya Buddha statue on the top of the hill. You could enjoy the scenic views of the valley and immerse yourself in the peace at the monastery.

2. Alchi Monastery: The Alchi Monastery is a must-have for all Leh tour packages. It is popular for the Indian style of art within its walls. Offer prayers at multiple temples and shrines like Lotsava Lhakhang and Vairocana Lhakhang. You could also admire the 3 huge images of Buddha painted on the walls in bright colors.

3. Dzongkhul Monastery: The Dzongkhul Monastery is known to be home to many images of popular Drukpa lamas. You could check out the frescoes on the walls that are as old as 300 years. Explore the collection of a wide variety of artifacts such as Samvara (A Crystal Stupa), biographies, traditional songs, and religious artworks.

4. Zangla Monastery: Visit the Zangla Monastery, a 3-storey royal palace from the 17th century. It is located on the top of Zangla Village and offers stunning views of the valley towards Hanamur. The monastery has links to the Zangla Castle, which used to be home to the royal family. You could also check out the religious artifacts and traditional architecture of the monastery.

5. Namgyal Tsemo Gompa: It is recommended that you include the Namgyal Tsemo Monastery in your Leh tour packages. The monastery is located near the Tsemo Castle and is home to a 3-storey futuristic statue of a Golden Buddha. Besides admiring the scenic views, you could explore the artistic paintings and religious scriptures on display within the complex.

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