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Delhi to Leh Ladakh

Travel from Delhi to Leh Ladakh to unveil a world of stunning beauty and exciting adventures. Situated in the northernmost part of India, in Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh is a high-altitude desert with an average height of 3,500 meters above sea level. Its landscapes are simply breathtaking, with snow-capped mountains, clear lakes, and rugged terrain that amazes travellers from all over. 
Beyond its natural wonders, Ladakh is rich in culture, especially its Buddhist heritage. It is home to some wonderful ancient monasteries like Hemis, Thiksey, and Diskit. Visit these sites during your Delhi to Ladakh trip as they offer insights into centuries-old traditions.

For adventure seekers and nature lovers, Ladakh is like a dream come true. Whether you are exploring the serene Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri lakes, trekking through the scenic Markha Valley, or experiencing the thrill of river rafting on the Zanskar River, there is something for everyone to cherish here.

You can explore this destination with our Leh Ladakh tour packages and have a thrilling experience. You can also visit the local markets in Ladakh and Leh, where you can find unique handicrafts and souvenirs to take back home. So, book your trip from Delhi to Leh Ladakh and prepare for an unforgettable experience here. 
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How to Reach Ladakh from Delhi

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1) By Air: Numerous nonstop and connecting flights operate from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL). The flight duration from Delhi to Leh Ladakh is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes, covering an aerial distance of 624 km. You can opt from several airline carriers operating on this route, including Air India, Spice Jet, Vistara, Jet Airways, and Go Air.
The Leh city centre from Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is approximately 9 kilometres away. You can opt for taxis readily available outside the airport, or you can book a prepaid taxi with fixed fares for convenience. There are also limited bus services available between the airport and the city centre if you prefer public transportation.
Alternatively, you can opt for a flight from Jammu to Leh, with Air India being the sole airline operating on this route.

2) By Bus: 
You can go for a bus service that will take you directly from Delhi to Ladakh. The journey lasts approximately 24 hours, starting from Delhi ISBT. You will need to switch buses at Keylong during the trip. Tickets can be booked in advance from the Delhi ISBT booking counter. However, it is important to note that the bus service operates only during the summer months when road conditions are favourable.

3) By Car: 
You can opt for one of the two primary routes to reach Ladakh from Delhi, via Manali or Srinagar. You can drive or fly to Manali or Srinagar before embarking on the journey. Riding along the Manali-Leh Ladakh route spanning 490 kilometres, taking around 11.5 hours to reach. You will travel through scenic landscapes and important passes like the famous Rohtang Pass. Book your pass permit online through the Tourism Development Council of Himachal Pradesh.
The route covers Manali, Gramphu, Khokhsar, Sissu, Keylong, Jispa, ZingZing Bar, Sarchu, Pang Tanglang La, Miru, Upshi, Karu, and Leh.

Alternatively, the Srinagar-Leh route presents another captivating journey through the Himalayas on your Delhi to Ladakh trip. Srinagar to Leh is 418 km apart, taking around 9.5 hours to cover. Along this route, you encounter scenic vistas and notable landmarks, including the world's highest motorable pass, the Khardung La pass, and the picturesque Kashmir Valley. 
The route includes covers Srinagar, Sonamarg, Zoji La, Drass, Kargil, Mulbekh, Lamayuru, Saspol, and Leh.

4) By Train: 
Ladakh does not have a direct train connection, with the nearest train station being Jammu Tawi in Jammu. Trains from Delhi to Jammu offer convenient travel options, with the fastest being the Jammu Rajdhani. This will take you around 9 hours.
From Jammu, you can hire a taxi to reach Ladakh. Taxis can be booked at the Jammu railway station or in advance online, with pre-booked private cabs. 
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Route 1: Delhi – Manali – Leh

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The road distance between Delhi and Leh via Manali is 1,005 km

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It is advisable to avoid taking this route during the monsoon season as water crossings and landslides render the rods dangerous. And the route remains closed from peak winter months to April due to heavy snow. The best time to take this route is May – June,
and September – October.

Route Map:
Delhi – Chandigarh – Manali – Rohtang – Gramphu – Kokhsar – Keylong – Jispa – Darcha – Zingzingbar – Baralacha La – Bharatpur – Sarchu – Gata Loops – Nakee La – Lachulung La – Pang - Tanglang La – Gya – Upshi – Karu – Leh

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Best Time to Visit Leh

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1) Peak Season- The best time for your Delhi to Ladakh trip is during the summer season, from April to July. Summers offer pleasant weather, making it ideal for you to explore Ladakh's stunning landscapes and engage in outdoor activities. Summer is also the perfect time to witness festivals like YuruKabgyat, Hemis Festival, and SakaDawa, offering unique cultural experiences.

2) Shoulder season- The shoulder season in Ladakh lasts from September and October, with pleasant weather and accessible roads. You can encounter fewer crowds and affordable flights as well as accommodation rates during this time. you can even attend the Ladakh Festival during this time and experience the vibrant culture of the state.

3) Waning Season- Regarded to be the months of November to March, this season is marked by the winter. this time is popular for trekking on the Zanskar River and witnessing thick blankets of snow all around. if you wish to have a crowd-free and tranquil holiday, this is the perfect time to visit Ladakh. 

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Highway Routes of Delhi to Leh


Route 2: Delhi – Srinagar – Leh

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This route between Delhi and Leh opens before the Manali route. Delhi – Srinagar – Leh route generally remains open from April to mid-November. Post which, it becomes difficult for BRO to clear the snow, and the route is closed for tourists. June to October is the best time to take a trip to Leh via this route.

The road distance between Delhi and Leh via Srinagar is 1,230 km

Route Map:
Delhi – Patnitop – Srinagar – Sonmarg – Zozi La – Drass – Kargil – Batalik – Dah – Leh

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On a Delhi-Manali-Leh trip, Chandigarh serves as an excellent starting point for a mid-journey break. You can explore the contemporary vibes of this wonderful stop located 265 km from Delhi. while here, enjoy boating at Sukhna Lake, a favourite local pastime.

Explore attractions like the unique Rock Garden, a one-of-a-kind garden crafted from recycled materials. Visit the Leisure Valley, an 8-kilometre-long park, that boasts Asia's largest rose garden, a favourite spot for tourists and locals alike. These attractions highlight Chandigarh's creativity and natural beauty, making it a delightful destination for visitors of all ages. Also, try not to miss the Capitol Complex on your visit to this place. It was once Le Corbusier's workspace, it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum. 

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Counted among the most popular hill stations in the entirety of India, Manali is a scenic town in the state of Himachal Pradesh located at an altitude of 2050 meters. Some of the major tourist attractions in Manali are Hidimba Devi Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple, and Beas River. Apart from these tourist attractions, you have a long list of snow activities to try in Manali.

Furthermore, Manali also houses a few popular trekking trails, namely Bhrigu Lake Trek, Beas Kund Trek, and Bijli Mahadev Trek. Also, check out Manali Ladakh trekking for one of the most adventurous treks. You should definitely take a halt to get a glimpse of the beauty you are headed to experience on your journey ahead. Don't forget to know more about Manali to Leh highways, routes, and other details before planning a road trip to Leh.

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Rohtang Pass

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As you move ahead of Manali, amazingly pretty vistas await you at Rohtang Pass. This pass is located at a distance of 51 km from Manali Town and boasts an elevation of  13,050 feet. If you are interested in landscape photography, you will find Rohtang Pass irresistible.

Green pastures with snow-clad mountains in the background will grab your attention instantly and will compel you to spend a couple of hours appreciating the beauty of the paradisiacal landscape that makes this spot an important stop on Delhi to Leh trip. If you visit Rohtang Pass in winters, you will find the entire place covered in white sheets of snow.

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Lying 120 km north of Manali, Keylong is another beautiful place that is worth becoming your temporary destination on your Delhi to Leh Ladakh journey. There are numerous natural and man-made wonders that make Keylong an excellent stopover on your dream trip.

Keylong is located in Lahaul and Spiti district, and the cultural nuances that can be seen here are quite different from that of Kullu and Manali. You will come across a number of monasteries here, the most prominent ones of which are Shashur and Kardhang monasteries. Besides, the magnificent sights of Baralacha La Pass and Suraj Tal here will take your breath away.

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At a short distance of approximately 20 km from Keylong lies this quaint village in Spiti and Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh. Jispa is located at an elevation of 10,500 feet and holds within its realm a rich culture to experience and dreamy vistas to relish and click on your cameras.

The village is located by the river Bhaga and houses several chortens and stupas. The journey from Keylong to Jispa will become the highlight of your trip owing to the outstanding landscapes you will come across while driving amidst the snow-laden mountains. This beautiful place is definitely worthy of an overnight stay.
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One of those remote villages in Lahaul that have earned a reputation among backpackers, Darcha is a remote village with a scarce population. This place, apart from being a common stopover, enjoys popularity among trekkers.

The unbelievably picturesque landscape of the village with lofty hills and mountains surrounding it makes it an excellent spot for shutterbugs where they can easily find some surreal frames to freeze. If you plan on staying at Darcha overnight, you are going to love the camping experience here because there will be millions of stars studded in a clear sky to keep you company.

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Zingzing Bar

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If someone has taken a bike trip from Delhi to Leh Ladakh, there is no way they would not remember Zingzing Bar. Lying 18 km ahead of Baralacha La between Jispa and Sarchu, this bar is an excellent point where you can park your vehicles and put your body to some rest before the enthralling journey that awaits ahead.

Beverages and food items are available here so that you can refuel your body. The spot, apart from relaxation and refueling, also offers peace, which is, of course, free of cost. Owing to the beautiful location of Zingzing Bar, many travelers can be seen clicking landscape pictures and selfies here.

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Baralacha La Pass

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If you are an adventure freak living in India, you must have heard of Baralacha La umpteen times. This high altitude pass is located on an elevation of 16,043 feet, and riding a bike here is a memory to treasure. That is the reason why anybody who has been on Delhi to Leh Ladakh trip cannot resist uploading their selfies at Baralacha La Pass.

The region is blanketed with thick snow which makes passing through here a delightful yet a tough ride. This pass connects Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir to Lahaul in Lahaul and Spiti, and thus plays an important role in promoting the mobility in the region. 

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This place played an important role being a major trading point in Silk Route and is now a popular tourist destination. The town sits at a whopping elevation of 14,070 feet above the sea level and serves as a stopover point during Delhi to Ladakh journey.

Due to its high altitude location, the place stays hidden under the whites of snow during winter months, so most tourists visit it between the months of June and September. Though place does not have much in terms of tourist attractions, taking an overnight break here is both enjoyable in best camps in Sarchu and necessary to stay in good shape.

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Gata Loops

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Gata Loops is a set of 21 sharp turns on the Leh-Manali Highway. It is an exciting spot offering stunning views of the Himalayas. Each bend offers a different view of the rough mountains, making it great for people who love adventure and photography.

Continuing your journey leads to Nakee La, standing at 4740m above sea level, a secluded place. The next destination from Nakee La is Lachulung La, the second-highest pass on the highway at 5079m. Descending from Lachulung Pass brings you to Pang (4600m), followed by the Moore Plains, vast stretches of plains extending till Debring (4835m).

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Lachulung La Pass

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Imagine how thrilling it would feel to drive at an altitude of 16,600 feet – that is the experience you will undertake while you pass through Lachulung La – a high altitude pass in Ladakh region. The pass connects the valleys of Tozay and Tsarap Chu.

The landscape created by the mountains around the pass wearing sheets of snow make it appear really stunning. This pass lies 54 km ahead of Sarchu and makes for a popular halt point where people love to treasure the moments by capturing videos and photographs

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It is the world’s highest transit camp, boasting an altitude of 15,640 feet. It is an ideal spot to take a halt on your Delhi to Ladakh trip as food and accommodation are available here. The journey is sure to tire you with low oxygen levels and rugged roads, and places like Pang offer much-needed rest and recharge to the travelers.

The landscape of Pang introduces you to unique geography and vivid colors of Ladakh. Hence, it is also an excellent place to take out your cameras and indulge in a memorable photography session.

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Tanglang La Pass

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Ladakh is the land of high passes, so it is natural to expect a number of iconic high altitude passes while you cover your long journey from Delhi to Ladakh. Tanglang La is another popular spot that falls on the dream route.

Counted among the highest motorable roads in the world, Tanglang La Pass claims an elevation of 17,480 feet. The oxygen level decreases drastically by the time you reach this pass, so it is better to be prepared to fight mountain sickness out. The dramatic landscape of the pass under the dramatic sky looks absolutely stunning and will keep you busy with your camera for a while.

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As you drive further from Tanglang La, the elevation will start to decrease and you will descend to reach Upshi. The site has a bridge spanning over Indus River which you are supposed to cross to continue your journey.

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This is one of the most important places for taking a halt on Delhi to Leh trip. It is a small village inhabited by a small population, housing an army camp. What makes this place an important point on the trip is the presence of a petrol pump here. It is recommended to fill up your tanks at Karu before continuing with your journey.

If you are returning from Leh and do not have enough fuel, you must get it at Karu because there isn’t any fuel station anywhere near ahead. Karu is located at a distance of 30 km from Leh. 

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After a long journey full of horrors and treats, you will reach Leh Town located at an elevation of 11,480 feet, which is more than just a visual delight. The town houses a number of iconic places for you to discover including the renowned Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace.

You can also take a stroll in the vibrant market of Leh where you can spend some fun time shopping and dining. Leh also has a fair number of accommodation options that will soothe your body tired from the exhilarating trip. As far as the landscape is concerned, you just cannot get enough of beautiful attractions and activities in Leh

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Places to Visit During Delhi - Srinagar - Leh Trip


Dal Lake

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Inarguably the prettiest lake in the entire country, Dal Lake is the major reason why Kashmir is called “Paradise on Earth”. This lake located in Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir state, is the most iconic site in the state. Watching a sunset while enjoying shikara boat ride in the tranquil waters of Dal Lake is the kind of experience that gets etched in one’s memory and stays there forever.

If you plan to visit Srinagar, a stay experience at a houseboat on the lake is a must to experience the authentic Kashmiri hospitality. The lake also gives ample opportunities to shutterbugs with vistas that will render you speechless.

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A treat for your eyes and a soothing sensation for your soul, Sonmarg is a little piece of heaven for you on your Delhi to Ladakh trip. The valley is located at a distance of 87 km from Srinagar and is well-connected via roadway and railway.

While the valley features velvety green meadows surrounded by lush green forests during summers, winters whitewash this whole place, turning it into a fairyland. The views of imposing Himalayan peaks covered in snow make the valley appear all the more picturesque. Owing to its open meadows that are truly picture-perfect, Sonmarg is loved by photographers all over the country.

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Drass Valley

It is a town in the Kargil district of Jammu and Kashmir with plenty of places to amuse the explorers visiting this place. Also known as “Gateway to Ladakh,” Drass is located at a distance of 60 km from Kargil Town.

Apart from numerous places of interest, what makes Drass a popular tourist destination is its breathtaking landscapes and its extreme climate. Drass is the coldest inhabited place in India and the second coldest in the world after Siberia. Some of the attractions you may cover on your visit to Drass are Ningnoor Masjid, Suru Valley, Manman Top, and Brigade War Gallery.

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One of the most important places in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Kargil Town is located in the Kargil district and is the second largest town in Ladakh after Leh Town. The region was not quite popular before the Kargil War that was fought in 1999 between India and Pakistan.

The town has in store for you some good stay options and a market with quite a few shops. Located at an altitude of 8,780 feet, Kargil has beautiful landscapes that are further adorned by the snow-covered mighty mountains that surround it from all sides. Kargil war Memorial and Jama Masjid are the major tourist attractions in Kargil.

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This is an underrated place that is worthy of a visit on Delhi to Leh trip. It is a town lying at a distance of 45 km from Kargil and can be definitely considered for a short halt and little exploration. Mulbekh is an interesting site for culture vultures as it is replete with Buddhist structures.

Mulbekh is home to Mulbekh Monastery which consists of two gompas; one of which belongs to Drukpa sect and another one, Gelugpa sect. The town boasts an altitude of above 10,834 feet while the gompas are located at a height of 11,495 feet. Chamba statue is another famous attraction here.

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It is a Buddhist monastery located in Lamayuru Town sitting at an elevation of 3,510 meters 127 away from Leh Town. This is one of the most prominent religious sites you should not miss on your journey to Leh as the construction of this monastery dates back to the 11th century.

The monastery complex is situated on Srinagar – Leh Highway and looks absolutely stunning when seen from a distance. It is one of those structures you would love to make a part of your Instagram feed, so make sure to keep your camera charges when you visit Lamayuru. 

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Located at an altitude of 3500 meters, Leh is a paradise within the paradise that Kashmir is. It is the most important destination in the entire Ladakh region with a few tourist places to cheer you up and a lively, bustling market to meet your needs.

If you are on a bike trip from Delhi to Ladakh, Leh will comfort you with facilities that you could not expect on the highway you rode through. The town has guest houses where you can rest and a few eateries where you can celebrate your achievement of riding through the high altitude passes of Ladakh. Furthermore, the unique landscape of Leh will elate your spirit for adventure

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Petrol Pumps on Delhi - Leh Highway

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One of the most important aspects of Delhi to Leh trip is keeping your vehicle’s tank full because fuel stations are separated by long stretches of uninhabited areas. So, it is advisable to start your journey with a full tank and top up your fuel level wherever you find a station on the route to avoid trouble.

Manali – Leh Highway:

While in Manali, you can find an abundance of petrol pumps. This hill station town has a total of 6 petrol pumps.

Moving 110 km from Manali, you can find a petrol pump in Tandi.

345 km from Tandi and 30km before Leh, you can also refuel your vehicles in Karu.

Leh: Arriving in Leh, one can also find quite a few petrol pumps. In addition to the few petrol pumps in Leh, you can refuel your vehicles at the petrol pump near the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh (25 km from Leh city).

Srinagar-Leh Highway:

Srinagar: There are plenty of petrol pumps in Srinagar, so fill your tank before leaving here.

Nagbal: The next place with a petrol pump is Nagbal, 50 km from Srinagar.

Ganderbal: There are two petrol pumps in Ganderbal, 70 km from Nagbal.

Kargil: After a long stretch, you will find a petrol pump in Kargil.

Khalsi: 70 km before Leh district, Khalsi has an Indian Oil petrol pump. 

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ATMs on Delhi - Leh Highway

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Though India may be heading towards cashless transactions, it is the cash that you need in the remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir. So, it is always wise to withdraw extra cash before starting your journey even though there are quite a few ATMs on the way.

Manali- Leh Highway:

It is strictly recommended that while going on Leh Manali highway you should carry a sufficient amount of cash, as you can find the scarcity of ATMs after leaving Leh/Manali. Though there are too many ATMs in Manali, giving you sufficient opportunities to withdraw cash, after Manali, there is only one ATM you will find in Keylong, which is on the way to Leh. 

Srinagar- Leh Highway:

Srinagar: All bank ATMs are available
Ganderbal: SBI, J&K Bank, HDFC Bank ATMs
Kangan: J&K Bank and ATM
Hari Ganiwan: J&K Bank ATM
Gund: J&K BanK ATM
Sonmarg: J&K Bank ATM
Drass: J&K Bank ATM, SBI ATM near Kargil War Memorial
Kargil: J&K Bank ATM
Saspol: SBI ATM

Only the SBI, Jammu and Kashmir Bank, HDFC, Axis Bank and ICICI Bank have their ATMs in Leh
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Mechanics on Delhi - Leh Highway

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The journey is long and the roads are dangerous, so it is always advised to get your vehicle checked before embarking on the journey. 

Manali- Leh Highway:

In your journey along the Manali-Leh Highway, you can find mechanics and puncture shops around Marhi, Khoksar, Keylong, Darcha, Sarchu, and Upshi.

Srinagar- Leh Highway:

You can find numerous mechanics in Srinagar. However, when you leave Srinagar, almost all towns en route have mechanic shops and puncture repair shops available. When you are traveling on Srinagar – Leh Highway, you can find mechanics in towns and villages like Kangan, Gund, Baltal, Lamayuru, Mulbekh, and Nimmu.
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Must Visit Places in Ladakh


Khardung La

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Riding a bike on this pass is the wildest dream of every bike lover in India as it is one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Khardung La is a high altitude pass in the Himalayas, boasting an elevation of 17,582 feet. The pass, located in Ladakh region, is the gateway to Shyok Valley and Nubra Valley.

Khardung La happens to be one of the best places to visit in Ladakh from June to August. Hence, your Delhi to Ladakh trip is really incomplete without rolling the wheels over the snowy terrains of Khardung La. 

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Shanti Stupa

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Easily among the most photographed structures in Ladakh, Shanti Stupa, built in 1991 by a Japanese Buddhists and Ladakh Buddhists, is a symbol of peace. Perched on a hilltop in Chanspa, this white-domed Buddhist Stupa is located at a short distance of 4 km from Leh city center and is a major attraction in Leh sightseeing. This place not only lets you feel peace and divinity but also offers magnificent views of Leh Town from a higher angle, making it a perfect place for photography.

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Pangong Lake

The most iconic of all the tourist places in Ladakh, Pangong Lake or Pangong Tso is a sight to behold. From its azure waters to the clouds floating above it and the mountains in its backdrop – everything about the lake is extremely dramatic.

The reflection of the mountains and the changing hues of the water with the change in shades of the sky make the lake appear something way beyond ordinary. The lake is located at an altitude of 14,270 feet and is 134 km long. Pangong Tso is a paradise for landscape photographers.

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Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley is known for its unique landscape where towering mountains bearing white snow surround vast deserts of golden sands. The barren landscapes of this valley, lying 150 km north of Leh, are ultimately scenic.

Nubra Valley is where the two major rivers, Shyok and Siachen meet. The fame enjoyed by Nubra is also greatly attributed to double-humped camels that are iconic to the valley’s character. When you visit the valley, do not skip a ride on the back of a camel. Here is everything you have to know about camel safari in Nubra Valley.

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Tso Moriri Lake

If you are planning to explore the lesser-explored parts of Ladakh, Tso Moriri is an item your list should not miss. This is another scenic lake in Ladakh that appears like the great Pangong Tso Lake.

This lake located in Changthang Plateau of Ladakh is considered sacred by the locals. The surface elevation of Tso Moriri is 14,835 feet. Blue waters of the lake change their tones every now and then with the sky and make the lake appear magically beautiful.

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Magnetic Hill

A hill in Ladakh that apparently defies the law of gravity. Magnetic Hill is among the major tourist places one should miss out on their trip to the region. It lies at a distance of 30 km from Leh Town.

When you are driving a vehicle here, it seems that the vehicle is moving uphill without any gravitational force pulling it down. However, the scientific explanation of the magnetism in the region is that it is purely an optical illusion. Nonetheless, Magnetic Hill is a popular place among people visiting Ladakh and is definitely worth a visit to spend some moments of bewilderment.

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Royal Leh Palace

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A magnificent palace overlooking the town of Leh, this site is an interesting place to learn about the past of the region. The palace which is in ruins now was built in the 16th century by the king Sengge Namgyal.

The palace was once inhabited by the royal family. History buffs are sure to enjoy a visit to this palace as it also houses a museum that features interesting articles. You can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding regions from the roof of the palace.

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Tso Kar

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This salt lake in Ladakh region surrounded by gorgeous landscape is a wonderful specimen of God’s artistry. As compared to Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri, this is smaller in size but appears equally charming as the other two lakes.

The lake is located in Rupshu Valley at a distance of 50 km from Tso Moriri and claims an elevation of 15,280 feet. It is a must visit a place to enjoy some moments of solace and solitude.
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Lamayuru Monastery

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Take a step into the world of spirituality and peace by paying a visit to this iconic Buddhist monastery located on Srinagar – Leh Highway. It is one of the oldest and largest monasteries in Ladakh as its construction date back to some time around the 10th and 11th centuries. Perched atop a hillock against the backdrop of a snow-clad mountain, this monastery looks amazing.

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Alchi Monastery

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Among the large collection of Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh, Alchi Monastery holds an important place. This is one of the most renowned Buddhist learning centers in Ladakh, and one of the oldest too.

Situated on the banks of Indus River, the monastery complex is quite photogenic and will compel you to take out your camera and click it along with its breathtaking scenery in the frame. Built in the 11th century, Alchi Monastery is located at a distance of 70 km from Leh.
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Shey Monastery

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Rested atop a hillock in Shey, 15 km south of Leh, Shey Monastery is an excellent place where you can spend a couple of hours learning about the Buddhist culture and breathing in the soothing peace of the place.

Shey Monastery was built in 1655 by the then king of Ladakh, Deldan Namgyal. Shey was once the summer capital of Ladakh, so the historical significance of the place is huge. The giant gold and copper statue of seated Shakyamuni Buddha at the monastery is noteworthy.
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Hemis National Park

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If you want to spot an elusive snow leopard, a visit to Hemis National Park will do. Extending over a region of 4400 sq. km, this park is a treat for all wildlife buffs and photographers visiting Ladakh.

The rich Himalayan biodiversity and unique landscapes set this wildlife apart from all the other wildlife parks you may have been to. The Hemis National Park also offers a number of trails for trekking in case you are planning for some offbeat adventure.

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Namgyal Monastery

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A tour of Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh is incomplete without a visit to Namgyal Monastery, which was built in the 15th century by King Tashi Namgyal. The major attraction at the monastery is a giant three-storeyed gold statue of Maitreya Buddha. The complex also houses rare manuscripts and religious scriptures.

The beautiful scenery of the Indus River and snow-capped Zanskar peaks can be relished from this site, which is probably the reason why this monastery is very popular among photographers.

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Spituk Gompa

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This Buddhist monastery gives you an opportunity to meet monks and observe their lifestyle closely while reveling in the divine tranquility of the peaceful atmosphere that dominates the region. The gompa is located just 6 km away from Leh Town and is one of the major tourist attractions in the town.

From its architecture to its location, everything about the monastery has an air of divinity to it. Founded in the 11th century, the monastery houses a giant statue of Kali.
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Sangam Point

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A sight so wonderful that it will make you stare in disbelief, Sangam Point is the confluence point of Zanskar and Indus rivers. When you look down at these two rivers flowing between towering snow-blanketed mountains to meet and flow as one, you will feel an urge to hide it away among the most treasured moments you have ever lived.

This is among the most popular tourist sites in the region and is visited by almost every person traveling to Leh. The place lies at a distance of 48 km from Leh Town. Owing to the stunning sight, Sangam Point is a great place for shutterbugs as well

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Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

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Located at a distance of 25 miles from Leh town, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a highly revered religious place popular among visitors belonging to all faiths. It is believed that Guru Nanak had defeated a demon on the same spot where the gurudwara stands.

The original complex was built in the year 1517. Even local Buddhists worship Guru Nanak as Nanak Lama. If you take a halt here, do enjoy the delicious langar that is served here.\

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The Hall of Fame

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This war memorial located in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir is an important tourist attraction, frequented by hundreds of tourists every day. The museum was built in 1986 to commemorate the brave soldiers who lost their lives while protecting the nation.

The museum has on display weapons and uniforms used by Indian Army. Apart from inculcating in you to the spirit of patriotism, the museum also gives you an opportunity to learn about the culture and history of Ladakh.
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Thiksey Monastery

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Numerous times you must have spotted this iconic landmark in your Instagram feed as it is among the most photographed monasteries in Ladakh. Whenever you are traveling from Delhi to Ladakh, do grab the chance to add this pretty structure to your collection of photographs.

This Tibetan style monastery lies in Thiksey, 19 km away from Leh, and is affiliated with the Gelug Buddhists. This monastery, tucked atop a hill, overlooks the beautiful Indus Valley and is magnificent in its appearance.
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Diskit Monastery

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Another popular example of the intriguing Tibetan architecture, Diskit Monastery is the oldest and the largest monastery in Nubra Valley of Ladakh and is frequented by locals and tourists alike. The monastery features a gigantic 100 feet tall statue of Lord Buddha which adds to the many reasons to visit this site.

This fascinating monastery complex was built by Changzem Tserab Zangpo in the 14th century. Splendid views of Nubra Valley can be observed from the top section of the monastery.

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Hemis Monastery

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This is the monastery the wildlife park, Hemis National Park is named after. Located at a distance of 45 km away from Leh Town, Hemis Monastery is visited by tourists in great numbers during the Hemis Festival which is organized here every year in June.

The monastery looks absolutely stunning owing to the landscape it is the part of and Indus River that flows by it. Probably the largest monastery in Ladakh, Hemis Monastery was re-established in the year 1672 by Sengge Namgyal.

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People Also Ask About Ladakh

  1. How far is Ladakh from Delhi?

    If you are travelling via the Leh-Manali Highway, then the approximate distance between Delhi and Ladakh is 1101 km. While planning a Delhi to Leh road trip, you should keep in mind that it takes approximately 24 hours to travel by car or bike. If you are travelling by bus, it takes a little longer to reach Leh from Delhi.

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  2. How can I reach Leh from Delhi?

    There are several convenient ways to travel from Delhi to Leh.

    1. By flight: You can take a direct flight from Delhi to the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, which is the airport in Leh. It takes around 1 hour to reach via flight and airfares range from 2,500 INR to 5,000 INR. From the airport, you can hire a taxi or a private car to take you to the city centre, which is around 9km away from the airport.

    2. By train:
    The closest railway station is in Jammu, since Leh doesn't have a railway station of its own. You can take a train from Delhi to Jammu Station, which takes 9 hours. You can take a flight from Jammu airport to Leh airport and then a hired cab to Leh. Or you can also book a car from Jammu to Leh, but that can be quite expensive.

    3. By bus:
    Bus services from Delhi to Ladakh were started in 2018, where travellers can now book a seat on a bus from Delhi ISBT. A bus journey from Delhi to Leh takes 24 hours and sometimes even longer, so this is the perfect opportunity to plan an exciting Delhi to Leh road trip. Tickets will cost around 1,300 INR

    4. By car:
    If you are a fan of road trips, then the best way to travel to Leh from Delhi is by car. It is a picturesque drive through mountains and valleys, via Manali or Srinagar. You can hire taxis and private cars to travel to Leh. A hired cab or car from Delhi can cost you anything between 15,000 INR to 20,000 INR, with as many stops as you want along the way.

    5. By bike: While a road trip on a bike is a very popular activity amongst tourists travelling from Delhi to Leh, it is recommended that you plan your trip carefully. If you are an experienced driver, you can take a bike and embark on a memorable Delhi to Leh bike trip via Manali or Srinagar. However, unless you are planning a 5-10 days road trip, you should first travel to Srinagar or Manali by flight and then take a bike trip to Leh. You can hire a bike from Delhi, Manali or Srinagar to take to Leh.

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  3. What are the best places to visit in Delhi to Leh Ladakh trip?

    1. Indus Zanskar Sangam: The Zanskar River meets River Indus at Nimmu Village and this point of confluence of the two rivers is known as Indus Zanskar Sangam. While the river Indus offers a shiny blue color, the Zanskar river offers a dirty green shade.

    2. Khardung La: Khardung La is a lofty mountain pass near Leh, which acts as the point of access to Nubra and Shyok Valley. You can catch spellbinding sights of the Himalayas and the Karakoram range from here.

    3. Nubra Valley: Lying on the old Silk Route, Nubra Valley makes for a picturesque destination with the Nubra and the Shyok rivers passing through it. You can also enjoy Bactrian camel rides at this place.

    4. Pangong Lake: Perched at an elevation of around 4,350 meters, Pangong Tso is a landlocked lake. An interesting fact about this lake is, it changes its color from blue to green to grey all through the year.
  4. What things should I carry in Delhi to Ladakh road trip?

    There are some essentials that you must carry with you if you are travelling from Delhi to Ladakh.

     Clothes: At least 2 jackets, socks, thermals, caps, gloves (especially for Delhi to Leh bike trip), sweaters, comfortable pants (trousers or jeans), etc.

     Accessories: Sunglasses to protect yourself against the harsh sun

     Medicines: Your first aid kit should contain items to help you against dizziness, nausea, AMS, headaches, colds, fever, allergies, burns, bruises, etc.

     Toiletries: Sunscreen (with high SPF), toothpaste and toothbrushes, hand wash and face wash, creams to combat the dryness.

     Other items: A pocket knife, a torch with extra batteries, your IDs and a few copies of the same, a map of the area and your phone charger.

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  5. How much is Delhi to Ladakh distance?

    While the approximate distance between Delhi to Ladakh by road is around 1023 kilometers, the average aerial distance between the two places is about 617 kilometers. The average time required for reaching Ladakh from Delhi by road is 21 hours and 30 minutes.
  6. What is the cost of a trip from Delhi to Leh?

    A Delhi to Ladakh trip can vary in cost depending on the chosen tour package from Thrillophilia and the duration of your trip. For instance, a 7-day/6-night package from New Delhi may cost around INR 63,000, while a 4-day/5-night package from New Delhi could be priced at approximately INR 50,000. On average, a budget trip may cost around INR 15,000 to INR 20,000 per person for a week-long journey, while luxury trips could exceed INR 40,000 per person. The price is inclusive of all travel arrangements, and the itinerary is customisable as well.

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  7. Is it safe to do a road trip from Delhi to Ladakh?

    Yes, road trips from Delhi to Ladakh are generally safe, but they require careful planning. Ensure your vehicle is well-maintained, carry adequate supplies, and acclimatize to high altitudes gradually. Pay attention to weather conditions and road advisories, and drive cautiously on challenging terrains like mountain passes.

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  8. How many days are required for a trip from Delhi to Leh?

    You need at least 6 days for your trip from Delhi to Leh Ladakh. You will need one full day to reach Leh from Delhi and another whole day to return. You will require at least 3 to 4 more days to enjoy local sightseeing and other tourist activities in Leh-Ladakh.
  9. Which is the best route to reach Leh from Delhi?

    The best route to reach Leh from Delhi is via the Leh-Manali Highway. It is approximately 1,007 km long and takes 24-26 hours to travel. This route is the shortest, most convenient and most beautiful route to take if you are planning a Delhi to Leh trip. You can also check out Srinagar, Kargil and other scenic stops on the way to the beautiful city of Leh.
  10. How much will a trip to Ladakh from Delhi cost?

    The cost of your road trip from Delhi to Ladakh depends on the mode of transportation. If you are hiring a car or a taxi from Delhi, then it should cost you around 15,000 INR – 20,000 INR. However, if you are travelling on your own bike or car, the cost is comparatively less, where you only have to pay for the fuel. A bus journey from Delhi to Ladakh costs anything between 1,300 INR – 1,500 INR.
  11. What things should I keep in mind while taking a road trip from Delhi to Leh?

    There are some important factors that you must consider and keep in mind when taking a road trip from Delhi to Leh Ladakh.

     1. The weather is possibly the most important factor to consider when taking a road trip from Delhi to Leh Ladakh. If you are driving to Ladakh, try to avoid the peak monsoon and peak winter season, as visibility is low, the weather is colder than usual and the roads and passes are closed or blocked by landslides or snowfall. Shops along the way are also sparse during this time, and getting assistance in case of emergencies becomes difficult.

     2. You need to ensure that your car, whether hired or self-driven has its papers in order. Because you are entering a politically sensitive zone, stringent checking is common, and you might have to cross several checkpoints before reaching Leh.

     3. If you are driving in a car or a bike yourself, make sure you are a good driver and you are comfortable with going off-route, driving on unpaved roads, using dirt tracks and manoeuvring difficult terrain.

     4. Carry a physical map of the place to avoid getting lost. Do not depend on the signal on your mobile phone or directions from your phone, as these mediums are not very dependable in such areas.

     5. Carry backup fuel with you.

     6. Travel light if you are doing the road trip on your bike, because a heavy rucksack on a difficult terrain can exhaust even the best bikes.
  12. What is the cheapest way to travel from Delhi to Leh?

    The cheapest way to travel from Delhi to Leh Ladakh is via state-run or private buses that ply from Delhi. A seat on one of these buses costs approximately 1,300 INR – 1,500 INR and takes 24 hours to reach Leh. While this is the cheapest and most scenic road trip you can take between the two places, it can be quite time-consuming.

     If you want to save time, you can also take a flight from Delhi to Leh airport which costs around 2,500 INR and then a taxi from the airport to Leh city-centre.
  13. How to plan a Leh-Ladakh trip from Delhi?

    Here are some tips that can help you plan the perfect trip to Leh-Ladakh from Delhi.

     1. Before you start your journey, do your research thoroughly. Check the weather, the climatic conditions, the possibility of rain, snow, hail and other factors that might cause interruptions in your road trip. Prepare accordingly for all possible situations including packing the right clothes.

     2. Enquire about the passes and roads and their timings before you start. While most of the roads and passes remain open throughout the year, rain or snow can cause them to shut down,     hampering your journey towards Ladakh.

     3. Instead of planning a road trip straight from Delhi, make your way to a closer starting point, like Manali or Srinagar, from where you can drive the rest of the way to Leh. This is especially 
         relevant if you are self-driving.

     4. Bus services are regular, but with erratic timings, so plan your trip in advance and book your tickets beforehand to avoid confusion.

     5. When travelling from Manali or Srinagar to Leh, take frequent breaks and stops along the way to let your body get used to the altitude and the colder temperatures.

     6. Apart from Leh, there are many quaint towns and beautiful monasteries in Ladakh that you must visit if you are embarking on a road trip.

     7. Make sure you have all your papers, permits and licenses in order to avoid being held-up at check-points.

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  14. How much time does it take to reach Leh from Delhi on a bike?

    Traversing from Delhi to Ladakh on a bike via the Delhi – Karnal – Mandi- Manali- Jispa- Sarchu –Tanglang La- Leh route usually takes around 24 hours of nonstop driving. However, allowing for a day's stay and then continuing the journey, it extends to approximately 2 days to cover the distance.
  15. What things should I carry in the Delhi to Ladakh road trip?

    1. Essential documents: ID proof, driver's license, bike registration, and insurance papers.
    2. Adequate clothing: Warm layers, thermals, windproof jackets, gloves, and sturdy boots.
    3. Emergency supplies: First aid kit, basic tools, spare parts, and puncture repair kit.
    4. High-altitude essentials: Sunscreen, sunglasses, lip balm, and moisturiser.
    5. Food and water: Carry dry snacks, energy bars, and sufficient water.
    6. Navigation aids: Maps, GPS device or smartphone with offline maps, and compass.
    7. Communication devices: Mobile phone with a power bank, and emergency contact numbers.
    8. Camping gear: Tent, sleeping bag, and camping stove for remote areas.
    9. Emergency shelter: Tarpaulin, emergency blanket, and fire-starting kit.
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