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  • When it comes to road trip the first thing that strikes your mind are the most celebrated Manali to Leh trip. Riding through the criss coss terrain on your beast is something which will be captured in your heart forever. This time while you are on your road trip, get a chance to explore the incandescent beauty of the region. With the snow-capped mountains, distant valleys and the cool mountain breeze make it all more exciting. As you continue your ride through the rugged terrain you will come across some of the most well-known passes. Marvel at the sight of the amazing beauty of this region while you hit the roads on this amazing road trip.


    Best Time to Visit:


    June to September is the best time to travel down this route. If travelling by road, a person will take at least 2 days with adequate stops for rest.


    Manali to Leh Distance:


    The approximate distance from Manali to Leh 478 km

    Manali to Leh Road Map:


    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

    Mode of Transportation:

    1) By Motorcycle
    2) By Jeep
    3) By Bus
    4) By Truck
    5) By Cycle

    The road trip from Manali to Leh will surely be an amazing one and be in your memories forever.
  • Places to Visit During Manali to Leh Road Trip

  • 01 Manali

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    The highest point in the Kullu-Manali Valley, this is one of the most favoured hill stations near Delhi. Located on the Beas River Valley, it rises up to a height of 6,260ft above the sea level. Capped by a uniform layer of snow, it is amongst the best skiing destinations in India.

    Attractions: Rohtang Pass, Tibetan Monasteries, Solang Valley, Temples and Beas Kund

    Activities: Paragliding, Zorbing, Mountaineering, Trekking, Monastery Visits and Temple Tours

    Distance from Delhi: 550km

    Best time to visit: September to June

  • 02Rohtang Pass

    On the Manali to Leh road trip, get spectacular and panoramic views from the Rohtang Pass. Located 51km from Manali, at an altitude of 3900m, it is a route that leads to places such as Pangi, Lahaul Spiti and Leh. You get views of beautiful snow-capped peaks and glaciers from here. It is in this vicinity that the Chandra River flows too.

    Just before getting to Rohtang Pass there is a Snow Point. You can enjoy yourself playing in the snow at this place. Open between June and October you can enjoy sledge rides and skiing during this time. 

  • 03Keylong

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    Whether you want to enjoy scenic walks through laid-back villages or enjoy grand mountain views, Keylong is the place to be. Alongside this place is the resplendent Bhaga Valley with its riches of greenery. Being the capital city of Lahaul, Keylong is a popular stop among the tourists and trekkers for an overnight stay.

    More than this, it is adored as an oasis of greenery that has all the reasons to amaze the visitors. On a visit to Keylong, you can also visit monasteries such as Shasur and Gemur. 

  • 04Jispa

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    A scenic and picturesque stretch of land, Jispa is located beside the Chandra River. Journey to this hamlet is one of the fascinating trails of the Manali – Leh tour. Decorated naturally by streams, scenic peaks, picturesque valleys and lush greeneries, it gets the visitors close to the Mother Nature.

    Due to its location; around 10,000ft above the sea level, it offers panoramic views of the surrounding like no other regions. A perfect setting for an overnight stay, there are numerous camping destinations in this village. While in this settlement, the different marvels of the nature will surely keep you spellbound. 

  • 05Darcha

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    Visit a picturesque Himalayan village called Darcha located beside the Bhaga River. From Keylong this place is around 23km. There is a huge camping ground available at Darcha which is commonly used as a camping ground by the tourists.

    Among all the enthralling treks in this region, the Darcha-Padum trek is the most popular. If you have enough time during your Manali-Leh tour, you can plan this 9-10 days trek and experience a world never seen or imagined before. 

  • 06Zingzing Bar

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    A peace-over joint located on the way to Ladakh; between Jispa and Sarchu, Zingzing Bar is one of the highest roadside bars in the world. Well, don’t go by its name! More than bar, it is a resting ground of the army cadets and the exhausted travelers. None of the Manali to Leh road trips can get complete without a visit to this bar.

    This place has an ambience that is almost on the verge of meditative bliss. You can simply sit and sip your tea and be at peace with yourself. The charisma of this place is such that, within a very few moments, you can feel all the peace descending on you. 

  • 07Baralacha La

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    Located in the altitudinous sections of the Zanskar region, this is a mountain pass or the confluence point of many roads. Connecting Lahaul to Ladakh, you pass through this plateau surrounded by mountain ranges such as Pir Panjal and Himalayas.

    Towering at over 16,000 feet, from Baralacha La, you can see the three valleys that surround it. Dividing the Bhaga and Yunam Rivers, this place is a starting point for the popular Suraj Tal trek.
  • 08Sarchu

    Sarchu
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    Located on the Manali – Leh highway and surrounded by the Himalayan range is a beautiful region called Sarchu. Locally known as ‘Sir Bhum Chum’, it is a perfect destination for camping and overnight stay, you can enjoy a night’s sleep amidst a treasure trove of scenery.

    At an altitude of 14300 feet, expect the winds to be cooler than usual, but refreshing nevertheless! You are encompassed by picture-perfect scenic quotients. The sight of the majestic mountains overlooking you from a distance is equally thrilling; the experience is inexplicable and surreal.

  • 09Gata Loops

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    Not many people know of this place except for those who have been on the road from Manali –Leh. Anyone who has been to Gata Loops would describe it as a stunning region nestled in the Western Himalayas. Getting to this place and getting out of it is as thrilling as well.

    There are about twenty one winding curves along the road from Gata Loops. Adding to the adventurous sojourn, is its high altitude. Once you get here, you do feel like being at 17,000 feet above sea level, given the crispness of the winds and diffused sunlight. As you travel along the hairpin bends and curves, feel the adrenaline rush of being challenged by the terrain.

  • 10Lachulung La

    Located on the Leh-Manali route, this is a mountain pass at about 16,000 feet above sea level. From here you get undulating views of the scenery beyond. You can see the entire Ladakh plateau in some sweeping glance of your eyes. Located 54 km from Sarchu, this mountain pass is considered a relatively easy route to traverse.

    There is a nala that passes through this place and simply moving alongside can accomplish your task of crossing this pass. After crossing Lachulung La, the landscape changes where the road meanders through a canyon. 

  • 11Pang

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    This is the place where the highest army transit camp exists. Traditionally a stop for the armed forces, Pang is now a stop for tourists as well. The scenery of this place is breathtakingly different.

    The high altitude of this place combined by beautiful surrounding scenery makes Pang a perfect place to take a break whilst on the tour. Being a remote region, one is assured to enjoy the vistas of naturalistic delights. 

  • 12Tanglang La

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    One of the highest mountain passes in the Leh Ladakh region, the Tanglang La pass is like a jewel in the crown on the Manali – Leh stretch. Claimed to be the second highest motorable mountain pass on the planet, your ascent from here is unceasingly upwards. It is like driving towards the clouds given that they are so close as well.

    Along the way, the snow clad mountains will mesmerize you for sure. During the journey through this high-altitude place, you can witness the Tso Kar Lake behind the gigantic mountains. 

  • 13Upshi

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    Located along the Indus River and 45 km southeast of Leh, is a quaint and picturesque village called Upshi. Towards the east of this region is an ancient trading route that is connected to Tibet. There is also a helipad on this route that is used by helicopter-borne tourists and the armed forces.

    As the main economic activity around this region is goat farming, you can witness the goat farmers and their livestock in abundance all through the way. Tiny villages cocooned within the region adds to the pristine and surreal beauty of Upshi. Nothing short of bliss, living and staying in this paradisiacal village is indeed a privilege!

  • 14Karu

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    At Karu, you are flanked by lofty mountain peaks and hills. In this secluded bliss, you are charmed by the beauty of nature. The manifestations of nature’s finest representations lies at their best in this region. Sparkling streams, resplendent valleys and majestic mountains are the hallmarks of this region. 
  • Must Visit Places in Ladakh

  • 15Khardung La

    Positioned at an altitude of 18379 feet, Khardung La Pass that can be seen in a Manali to Ladakh trip is renowned as the highest motor-able pass in the world as different sources mention. The pass is located just 40 KM from Leh and acts as the doorway to Shyok and Nubra Valley. It is a prominent space in the trade history of India and China and now it is a highly recognized place for Indian Army.

    A lifetime experience of biking through the pass is the prime reason for the unending flood of bike riders toward the spot. From the month of May to October, the pass would support any kind of travellers but during winter it poses threats as thick covers of snow makes it tough yet undeniably beautiful.
  • 16Shanti Stupa

    Glorified for the religious significance and strikingly enhanced by the surrounding landscape, Shanti Stupa has been influencing an ample number of visitors and travelers, especially those who travel from Manali to Leh. A white-domed pagoda built by a Buddhist Bhikshu as a part of the Peace Pagoda Mission. The relics of Buddha are being preserved in the base of the stupa and a photo of the current Dalai Lama can also be seen. From the stupa, the views of Leh lying across the majestic valleys are magnanimously alluring.

    The visitors of the stupa have to climb a breathless steep of 500 steps to cover the altitude of 3609 meters or can be accessed by a vehicle as well. You can ambulate around the shorter, meditate by sitting inside where an amicable yet quiet ambiance is prevailing and pray.
  • 17Nubra Valley

    Nubra Valley is a quite popular name among the trekkers and travelers of Leh Ladakh. A large valley forming as the separation of Ladakh from Karakoram Ranges holds the utmost beautiful confluence of Shyok and Siachen Rivers. What is awaiting the visitors in this valley is a mix of stark slopes, monstrous arid mountains, sand dunes, the remnants of a glorified palace, monasteries and so on.

    Nubra Skat speakers form the majority of the inhabitants of this tri-armed valley, and most of them are Buddhists as well. Once a famous trade route between India and China, this magnanimous cold desert have lush vegetation especially due to the presence of the confluence of the rivers.
  • 18Pangong Lake

    Despite being the fact that it is completely frozen during winter, Pangong Lake or Pangong Tso, 135 KM in length steals any beholder’s heart undoubtedly. Stretching across an area of 604 sq.km, majority of the lake lies in China but Indians who visit the Himalayan ranges never miss out the opportunity to visit Pangong Lake. It is a separate land locked river basin with saline water in it and geography says that it contains no fish and microorganisms. 

    But the visitors of the lake spotted different types of ducks and some other birds and it proves that the lake has been acting as the laying bed for breeding for many avifauna. Hushed by the mighty Himalayan ranges so well, the lake appears as an unforgettable image forever.

  • 19Tso Moriri Lake

    Changthang Range in the Himalayas proudly possesses a valuable yet enticing attraction called Tso Moriri Lake, one of the calm and sacred high altitude lakes in Ladakh. Being complemented as a beholder’s paradise, Tso Moriri is the largest high altitude lake in India, flanked by the lofty mountains in its surrounding, bearing 29 KM length and 8 KM width. 

    The lake is considered to be a preserved wetland by the Government now as it lays bed for many birds to breed over here. Apart from that, the lake remains harsh during winter but all the other times it boasts of its splendid beauty and extends a romantic feel everywhere around. From Leh there is a direct route to reach the lake that can consume around 6-7 hours easily, but depending on your travel itinerary.


  • 20Magnetic Hill

    Those who have traveled Leh Ladakh road trip must have come across a signage saying ‘the phenomenon defying gravity’ at Magnetic Hill. The reasons for the miracle happens at Magnetic Hill are still vague. The topic of discussion is that when you park your car or any vehicle in a specified box marked on the road and leave the engine off and the gears on neutral, the car starts moving.

    Though it can be argued by saying it is because of gravity, the experienced ones are suggesting you turn your vehicle to the opposite direction and repeat the same. To surprise you, the vehicle will start moving uphill; if gravity is the force here how a vehicle can climb the steep hill without its driving force on. This mysterious hill has gained monstrous popularity among trekkers, travelers, and hippies.
  • 21Royal Leh Palace

    Singge Namgyal, a 17th century king led the construction of the royal Leh palace which is predominantly the main attraction in this mind blowing town of Kashmir. Though the royal families were exiled to Stok, the edifice is still possessing all its glory like it had in the past. The ardent lovers of Himalayas, when they visit Leh Ladakh, compulsorily makes a visit to the palace which is an architectural icon.

    It has nine stories, but the most remarkable part is the venture to the rooftop to behold the expensive views of the immaculate nature around. There are more in its base to throw your eyes at; the Namgyal Stupa, Chandazik Gompa, Chamba Lhakhang etc.
  • 22Tso Kar

    Tso Kar is appreciated for its undulating beauty and for people out there it is also known as the white lake. Tso Kar existing in the Changthang region, around 250 KM away from Leh deposits salt on its shores as the lake is filled with saline water. These depositories conferred the name white lake to this amazing carving of nature. Those who visit Tso Moriri Lake never forgets to visit Tso Kar as well because both of them are competing for each other to surprise the visitors.

    Along with the black-necked cranes, the marshland near the lake is a haven for multiple other migratory bird species. During summer, near the lake, you can see a number of tents which would be inhabited by the nomadic tribes of Khampas and they defeat the winter by living in stone huts during heavy winter.
  • 23Lamayuru Monastery

    The authentic seat of Drikung Kagyu tradition in Ladakh is the Lamayuru Monastery which acts as the parent for more than 50 small monasteries and over 300 Buddhist monks are registered under the administration of this monastery.

    The history of Lamayuru dates back to the medieval period of India but the land the monastery is positioned has a lengthy historical legend to be told that relates to the period of Buddha. A mammoth rock structure holds this oldest monastery, 125 KM away from Leh and at a height of 3510 meters. Two masked dance festivals held annually are an added feature of the monastery.
  • 24Alchi Monastery

    The oldest monastery visible during the Leh Ladakh road trip is the Alchi Monastery that belongs to the Alchi group of monuments. The famous translator Guru Rinchen Zangpo built the monastery between 958 and 1055. The wall paintings inside the monastery are quite recognised by the world which reflect the artistic and spiritual details of Hindu kings and Buddhism from early centuries.

    Apart from the deciphered details, there is no clarity and authentic details about the history of Alchi monuments and the other two villages existing in the complex, Mandyu and Sumda Chun. There are more than the wall paintings which make the monastery alluring; like the wood carvings and an elaborate art-work compared to the Baroque style.
  • 25Shey Monastery

    Shey Monastery is easily accessible from Leh around 15 KM, and near to the gompa located the Shey palace complex too. There are a lot of histories relating this monastery but the primeval reason why the monastery is a hot potato is because of 10 meter statue of a seating Buddha made of copper along with gilded gold in it.

    This is termed as the second largest statue in Ladakh. The palace near to the monastery holds only some ruins for namesake now but still it attracts a number of visitors towards it. An umpteen number of wall paintings depicting the image of Buddha add more charm to the monastery though the architectural style of the whole monastery has been noted by critics and historians in a detailed manner.
  • 26Hemis National Park

    A high altitude national park in the eastern Ladakh region, Hemis National Park is the world’s and for those Manali to Leh travellers’ favourite to spot the rare species of snow leopard. It is also one of the largest protected areas since the presence of snow leopard was identified in a large quantity. Although, Hemis extends both its arms for the Tibetan wolf, the Eurasian brown bear and the red fox to freely stroll around the vicinity. The park is supported by the dry forests of fir, birch, juniper etc in the low altitude regions.

    More than 1600 inhabitants are living outside the park and majority of them are pastoralists. Despite being a traverse destination, no motorable vehicles are allowed inside the park. To spot the majestic snow leopards, visitors have to arrive there in late winters which is incomparable tough and cold.
  • 27Namgyal Monastery

    McLeod Ganj in Dharamshala is the host of Namgyal Monastery, which was the personal gompa of 14th Dalai Lama. Hence it bears the name Dalai Lama’s Temple. The influence of Tibetan Buddhism are well portrayed on the structures both in the interiors as well exteriors. In the monastery, the disciples perform the encrypted rituals and practices established during the Dalai Lama’s time.

    Understanding the valuable influence of those preachings and in order to protect the extremely precious knowledge, there is a tantric institute as well in the name of Namgyal Monastery. Mainstream Buddhism is the domain the students learn here through which the prescribed rites and practices will be generated to the upcoming sets of people as well.
  • 28Spituk Gompa

    As every other Gompas in Ladakh safeguard their origin, establishments and existence, Spituk Gompa that can be seen during your Manali to Ladakh road trip also has an inevitable source of existence in the mainstream features of Buddhism. Od de founded this monastery years ago, almost in the 11th century. Unnaturally,different to the similar Gompas, the Spituk monastery reveals a huge statue of Kali.

    Overly 100 monks are in the Gompa, praying, paying tribute to the Goddess and meditating. Gustor Festival conducted annually in the 11th month of the Tibetan Calendar has an unparalleled significance. The whole gompa is lulled by the pristine Himalayan mountains; at an elevation of 3307 meters it exists. Along with the ancient temples, newly constructed temples in the Gompa bring forth a stunning view.
  • 29Sangam Point

    A remarkably adorable spot during the Manali to Ladakh trip is the Sangam Point or the confluence of two mighty rivers Zanskar and Indus. The confluence has been replacing wonders after wonders every year so that the tourists of Leh Ladakh arrive here to apprehend the divine spectacle. A point to be remembered but extremely surprising is that during winter, the Zanskar River embraces the snow cover and expresses herself as a snowflake while the Indus hesitates to stop her journey.

    Nimmu Village is the neighbour of this unique confluence. How anyone can defy the glittering dark blue rivers carrying themselves in utmost beauty shimmering with the reflections of the surrounding snow-clad peaks.
  • 30Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

    On a journey from Manali to Ladakh, there is a temple dedicated to the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak is the uncelebrated yet important religious spot called Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Donning the orange scarf, both men and women and any person can enter the temple. There is a belief that when Guru Nanak was meditating over here, one demon attacked him and tried to kill him with a rock but turned to be a soft substance and hit Guru.

    A rock structure symbolising the demon praying was the only remaining at the place and as a tribute to the mighty powers of the Guru, the temple was erected at the location, Nimmu Chilling.
  • 31The Hall of Fame

    Though there are several museum recollecting the memories of Indian soldiers who fought for the country in different small and large battles, the Hall of Fame in Leh would stand out for many reasons. A museum looked after by the Indian Army, is the existing tribute to those who lost their lives mainly in the Kargil War.

    The preserved items in the museum commemorates those soldiers everyday and 1 30 minute film introduces the visitor to the realities about Kargil War. The two extensive rooms in the museum have a lot to share, a well-presented note of Ladakhi history and culture as well.
  • 32Thiksey Monastery

    The Gelug sect of Buddhism has the authority over another beautiful and verily described Thiksey Monastery. 19 KM east to Leh is Thiksey Village and on top of a sheer beauty exists the gompa. In the same complex, there are multiple buildings dedicated to different sets of people. Due to its resemblances to the Potala Palace in Tibet, Thiksey have attained fast recognition from all over the world. One point cannot be missed out is the statue of Maitreya, 15 meters high, the largest statue in Ladakh and it covers the two stories of the buildings.

    The interiors of the monastery have enough reasons to boasts a lifetime since they are unalloyed beauties and examples of pure artistic talents. Images of Buddha being carved and painted on the walls determine the value of this gompa undying for centuries coming.
  • 33Diskit Monastery

    Anyone who visits Nubra Valley would definitely set his foot on the soil of Diskit, the administrative center of Nubra and thus Diskit Monastery also shares the visitors with its glorified architecture. It is located at a height of 3142 meters above sea level and can be accessed through the rugged and tough roads from Diskit, letting one cross a small stream in between also.

    The Tibetan style construction with numerous frescos and murals make the monastery different. The parental authority of the gompa remains in the hands of the yellow sect of Buddhist or commonly called Gelugpa order and they deified the idol of Tsong Khapa. An immaculate nature not yet competing with anything else in the surroundings can magnify the experiences people expect to have here.
  • 34Hemis Monastery

    Yet another remarkable contribution of King Sengge Namgyal is obviously seen on the architecture of Hemis Monastery which was reconstructed by Sengge, an esteemed site visible during a Leh Ladakh road trip. The hillocks around and the greenery make it hidden once again despite being hidden in a gorge already. 45 KM is the distance between Hemis and Leh, easily accessible by any vehicle.

    An adorable interior decorated by numerous gold statues and stupas enhanced by the precious yet rare stones. The venerated Lord Padmasambhava has a significant role to play with the monastery; the annual festival dedicated to him. It falls on the month of May or June. This 11th century born (approximately) monastery has gone through multiple destructions and conquests.
  • Things to know during Manali to Leh trip

  • 35Petrol Pumps on Manali – Leh Highway

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    1) Manali

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

    2) Tandi

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

    Distance from Manali to Tandi: 110 Kms

    3) Karu

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

    Distance from Tandi to Karu: 345kms

    4) 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 Leh Airport (25 km from Leh).

    Distance from Karu to Leh: 30kms

    Note: Petrol is also available in the road side grocery stores between Manali to Leh highway. However, the quality of the fuel cannot be guaranteed.

  • 36ATMs on Manali-Leh Highway:

    ATMs on Manali-Leh Highway:
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    It is strictly recommended that while going on the trip from Manali to Leh you carry sufficient  amount of cash, as you can find the scarcity of ATMs after leaving 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. 

    However, it is not mandatory that the ATM in Keylong will be in working condition. Aftermath, you will directly find ATMs in Leh, which will be limited in number. 

    Only the SBI, Jammu and Kashmir Bank, HDFC, Axis Bank and ICICI Bank have their ATMs in Leh. 

    Hence, make sure you have sufficient cash for the trip from the beginning only. Also, except a few antique shops, the majority of restaurants and hotels do not accept the credit or debit cards, please carry enough cash with you on your trip.

  • 37Mechanics on Manali-Leh Highway

    Mechanics on Manali-Leh Highway
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    Along your journey along the Manali-Leh Highway, you can find mechanics and puncture shops around Marhi, Khoksar, Keylong, Darcha, Sarchu and Upshi.
  • 38Mobile Phones and STD Booths

    Mobile Phones and STD Booths
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    The only service providers in the valley of Leh are the BSNL, Airtel and Aircel. Hence, the people who have the post-paid connections from these operators, can enjoy a hassle free connectivity during their visit to Leh. On the other hand, if you do not have the post-paid connection from the aforementioned service providers, there are only two options for you: First, either buy a prepaid connections from the mentioned service providers, or just use the overcrowded phone booths located in the Leh city.

    As the city of Leh has considerable amount of Army, the phone booths in the city are almost always crowded and you can find a lot of soldiers waiting in line to talk to their loved ones, especially in the booths located near the main market or the main road of Leh.

    However, if you want to buy the prepaid sim from BSNL, Airtel or Aircel, it is one of the toughest tasks for the Indian nationals. As the Indian Govt. considers the regions of Leh-Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir as sensitive areas, getting a SIM card is a daunting process for Indians. Hence, it is recommended that you do not apply for the SIM cards until you are planning to stay for long in the city. On the other hand, the foreign nationals can easily get the prepaid connections and the process is pretty straight forward. They only have to submit photocopies of passport and two passport sized photogrpahs while submitting the application for the SIM cards. 

  • 39Places for Night Stopover:

    1) Keylong

    Located 117 km away from Manali, Keylong is the first place to take a break for the night while on the Manali to Leh bike trip. Listed below are some of the best hotels that goes easy on the visitor’s pockets:

    • Hotel Dekyid,
    • Hotel New Gyespa,
    • Hotel Tashi Delek,
    • HPTDC Hotel Chandrabhaga,
    • Valley View Hotel

    Distance between Manali to Keylong: 117 Kms

    2) Sarchu

    After Keylong, one can also halt at Sarchu, which is located around 223 km from Manali or 96km from Keylong. Also this region is one of the popular destiantions for overnight camp stays, tent stays. Some of the best lodging and dining options are mentioned below:            
    • Himalayan Saga Camps
    • Goldrop Camps
    • Planet Himalaya Camps
    • Antrek Camps
    • Blue Poppy Camps

    Distance between Manali to Sarchu: 223 Kms

    3) Leh

    Located 357km from Keylong and 250km from Sarchu, upon your arrival in Leh, you can relax around a number of hotels that are solely meant for the tourists. Most of these hotels are located within the easy reach from the main town. Some of the places to stay in Leh:

    • Ladakh Sarai
    • Hotel Nalanda Ladakh
    • The Grand Dragon Ladakh
    • Ladakh Residency

    Distance Between Keylong to Leh: 357 Kms

    Distance between Sarchu to Leh: 250 Kms

  • 40Safety Tips and Guidelines:

    Safety Tips and Guidelines:
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    Leh-Ladakh is not yet another normal tourist destination to go for. As the majority of the tourist destinations in Ladakh are located above 10,000 feet, it is important that you get acclimatized to the location before you continue your journey and follow some of the important safety tips and guidelines for Ladakh trip. So, here are some of the tips and guidelines for your safety for the trip.

     - Under any circumstances, do not consume any kind of anti-depressant drugs, alcohol, smoking and tobacco, because, being at the higher altitudes, you will face respiratory troubles.

    - Do not over-exert and avoid any kind of physical activity, which can give unnecessary exertion to your body.

    - Avoid sleeping at the higher altitudes. It is recommended that after spending a day at the higher altitudes, you move back down to the lower ones in the evening and spend overnight.

    - Keep yourself hydrated throughout the trip. Consume lots of ORS water or other types of fluid, which can be soup, milk, tea, fruit juices etc. However, do not be over hydrated too, as it can cause you to vomit or can develop cerebral edema like weakness, confusion, hyponatremia or even coma.

    - Have a diet rich in carbohydrates, because you need calories on higher altitudes and food rich in carbohydrates have around 70 percent of calories in them.

    - Please carry a sufficient amount of AMS preventive medication, though it is recommended that you do consult with your doctor before doing so, as different medications may have different side effects.

  • 41Rules for Inner Line Permits

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    For Indian Nationals:

    - From 2014 onwards, the Indian nationals would no longer require any kind of inner line permits to visit Ladakh. This is applicable to visit areas like Turtuk, Panamik, Khaltse, Pangong, Changthang, Hunder, Nubra Valley Tso Kar and Tso Moriri and few others.

    - Indian nationals must carry their nationality proof (ID proof) such as: Driving Licence, Voter ID, Passport and other similar.

    - Whenever enquired, the visitors should produce their ID proofs at the check points.

    - For the bikers, while crosiing regions like Hanle, Chusul, Tsaga, beyond Loma bend, Chumur, Marsimik La and Batalik Sector, inner line permits are a must.

    - This permit can be easily obtained from Leh DC office within 9:00am-3:00pm.

    For Foreign Nationals:

    - To visit areas like Turtuk, Panamik, Khaltse, Pangong, Changthang, Hunder, Tso Kar and Tso Moriri and few others, the foreign nationals must obtain the inner line permits.

    - Also, to visit Hanle, Chusul, Tsaga, beyond Loma bend, Chumur, Marsimik La and Batalik Sector, the foreign nationals must have the inner line permits.

    - These permits are usually valid for 3 weeks and can be easily obtained with the help of the local tour operators from Leh DC Office.

    - Foreign nationals, with acception from Bhutan, Burma, Nepal and Pakistan, also need to obtain PAP or the Protected Area Permit to visit the above mentioned places. This permit is issued at the Leh DC Office and is allowed only to a group of four or more foreign nationals and is valid for 7 days.

    - While travelling Suru and Zanskar valleys, inner line permits are not required. However, this permit doesn't allow them to beyond Merek Village in the Mahe or Pangong village.

    - Photo ID proof are a must to obtain the inner line permit. Passport, Driving Lisence or Voter's ID will do the required.
  • 42Information about AMS

    Information about AMS
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    There is a possibility that you might suffer from Altitude sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). One should be weary of the following symptoms.

    -       Lack of appetite

    -       Nausea or vomiting

    -       Fatigue or weakness

    -       Dizziness

    -       Swelling of hands , feet, and face

    -       Insomnia

    -       Shortness of breath upon exertion

    -       Nosebleed

    -       Persistent rapid pulse or drowsiness.

    It is advisable that you carry certain medication and stay hydrated. If your health doesn’t permit, kindly go down to a lower altitude and take rest.

  • 43Documents to Carry

    Documents to Carry
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    For the Indian nationals, it is mandatory to carry at least one ID proof, which can be the Aadhar Card, Voter ID, PAN Card, and Indian Passport, as you will be required to present it in some of the restricted places in the Leh region. Also, carry the attested copies of your ID proofs, in case you need to submit the same for inline permits for the restricted areas.

    For Foreign nationals, it is mandatory that they carry a copy of their passport and visa, along with the original ones. 

  • 44Manali to Leh Bus

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    Leh is approximately 500 km from Manali and there are plenty of buses between Manali and Leh, operated by the JKSRTC and HPTDC. The one way ticket of Manali to Leh will cost you around Rs. 2500 per person, with an overnight stay in Keylong. Also, these services are only operational from July 1st to September 15th every year. 

  • 45Things to Carry on Manali to Leh Road Trip

    Things to Carry on Manali to Leh Road Trip

    Some of the most important things that you must carry on your trip to Leh-Ladakh must be:

     - As the temperature varies and becomes freezing cold after reaching Leh, it is recommended that you carry a good number of woollen clothes including jackets, gloves, sweaters, etc.

    - Take a good pair of shoes because the terrain is rough, and hence, you would need a good grip while walking.

    - As you will be gaining the altitude during the trip, there are fair chances that you may get the altitude sickness. Hence, carry the recommended medicines and first-aid kit along with insulin, inhalers etc., which can be helpful in emergencies.

    - During your trip, also carry sufficient amount of clean drinking water, energy foods and drinks as there will be very less food stalls and restaurants on the way till Leh and keep yourself hydrated.

    - A few other things you must carry during your trip to Leh are torch light with extra set of cells and bulbs, hiking gears, power banks for storing electricity charge for your phones and cameras, sunglasses, caps etc. It is advised that you carry at least four to five power banks because of the shortage of electricity in the hilly areas. 

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  • 46Manali to Leh Bike Trip from Delhi 2017

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    Departure Dates - Multiple dates open to Join a Group departure in June, July, August and September and can be customized on request for separate group also.

    About the Destination:

    Bestowed with natural formations and heaven like ambience the regions of Ladakh and Leh are beautified with immense natural diversities. On the other hand, Kashmir is a land that is interminably beautiful and has inspired many love affairs and art pieces!

    Decorating the crown of the subcontinent of India, the landscapes of this area are richly embellished with sights of every kind imaginable.

    The Northern frontier of India has always been home to a rich and prosperous culture. Navigate the toughest passes on a trip of Manali to Leh on bike, the empty stretches of highways and  rock strewn pathways in the mountains all of which reward you with gorgeous vistas that make the ride worthwhile!

    About the Departure:
    Experience your version of The Motorcycle Diaries as you partake in this mesmerizing Leh ladakh bike trip of a lifetime through Ladakh and the striking paradise of Jammu and Kashmir. Experience the supernatural allures of the mountains of the North over two weeks!

    Beginning from Delhi, take home the rewards of an opportunity that allows you to discover yourself in a world that beholds such astonishing visions. Relish the strenuous yet picturesque journey along the winding foothills and curves that will make the adrenaline pump through your veins on your Manali to Leh bike trip!

    There are four different variants available and they are as follow:

    For two persons sharing one bike (without fuel and self bike): Rs. 22499 per person

    For single rider in one bike (without fuel and self bike): Rs. 24499 per person

    For two persons sharing one bike (with fuel and bike rental): Rs. 35999 per person

    For single rider in one bike (with fuel and bike rental): Rs. 45999 per person

    Note: There are two options available as 1) Start the trip from Manali and conclude it in Leh and catch your flights or 2) Start the trip from Manali to Leh and then return to Manali to conclude the trip.

  • 47Ladakh Bike Trip : Manali-leh -srinagar

    Ladakh Bike Trip : Manali-leh -srinagar
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    Fixed Departure Dates - Multiple dates open to Join a Group departure in June, July, August and September and can be customized on request for separate group also.

    Note: This tour can be done in the opposite route also that is from Srinagar to Leh to Manali.

    About the Destination:

    Ladakh, the jewel in the crown of Jammu and Kashmir, is blessed with the fascinating Himalayan Range. Embraced with the captivating beauty of the scenic meadows, rivers, cold deserts and enchanting trails, the region boasts of being an adventure hub in the country.

    Be it for the trekkers, bikers, skiers or any other adventure sports, Ladakh is a one hotspot for all! In addition, the option to explore the stunning beauty and appeal of the region through Ladakh bike trip always add an extra amount of fun and excitement to a tour to this ‘Land of High Passes’.

    About the Departure with Details:

    This bike trip to Leh-Ladakh from Delhi will take you to Ladakh, Srinagar and Manali. Over the course of your bike trip to Ladakh, you will be introduced to various challenges, extremely uneven routes, narrow passes and much more! This apart, you can also expect to make stops and ride through fascinating landmarks like Khardung-La, the highest pass in the world, Tanglang La (17,600ft), Lachulung La (16,680ft), BaralachaLa (16500ft), the beautiful Zojila Pass as well as Pangong Lake.

    There are four different variants available with this package as given below:
    Variant 1: From Delhi - self bike and without fuel: for 2 persons sharing one bike- Rs. 31999/- per person
    Variant 2: From Delhi - self bike and without fuel: for single rider in one bike- Rs. 34999/- per person
    Variant 3: From Delhi - with bike rental and with fuel: for two persons sharing one bike- Rs. 43999/- per person
    Variant 4: From Delhi - with bike rental and with fuel: for single rider in one bike- Rs. 58999/- per person

    Sketch itinerary of Manali Leh Srinagar Bike Trip:

    Day 01: Delhi-Manali-over night in a Volvo bus.
    Day 02: Arrive Manali-local ride
    Day 03: Manali-Jispa (145 kms/7 hrs)
    Day 04: Jispa- Baralacha Pass- Sarchu (90 kms/6 hrs)
    Day 05: Sarchu/ Leh (253 kms/ 8 hrs)
    Day 06: Leh/ Khardong La/ Nubra (130 kms/ 6 hrs). By car or motorbike as per rider’s requirement.
    Day 07: Nubra/ Pangong Lake via Shyok valley (150 kms/ 5 hrs).
    Day 08: Pangong/ Leh enroute visit Thiksey Monastery (150 kms)
    Day 09: In Leh- day free or walk around Leh market for Shopping
    Day 10: Leh/ Lamayuru/ KargiL (245 kms/ 8 hrs)
    Day 11: Kargil/Zozila pass/ Srinagar (204 kms/ 6 hrs)
    Day 12: Drop at Srinagar airport. End

  • 48Manali to Leh Cycling Tour 2017

    Manali to Leh Cycling Tour 2017
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    About the Destination:

    Fixed departure dates: 18-06-2017, 02-07-2017, 16-07-2017, 12-08-2017, 26-08-2017

    Manali to Leh cycling expedition is a scenic ride traversing through some of the highest passes in the world making it one of the most challenging rides to beat. Cutting across beautiful trails with the Himalayas serving as the perfect backdrop, one can cross Tanglang La, the world’ second highest motorable pass standing at 5280m before entering Manali. The route from Manali to Leh is straightforward with the roads either being completely dirt or tarmac.

    In the Manali Leh cycling tour explore rougher dirt tracks while making some tough climbs along with gut-wrenching descents. Everyday the distance covered ranges from 40 to 80 km traversing altitudes over 4000 m. Not only will this invigorating route comprise cycling from Leh in the Indus Valley to the alpine Kullu Valley covering a total of 470 km, but it also cuts across three mountain ranges of Zanskar, main Himalayas and Pir Panjal Range. Altogether one exceeds 29000 feet in altitude  crossing passes like the Khardung La, Tanglang La and Baralacha La (4890m). 

  • 49Explore Ladakh On Bike

    Explore Ladakh On Bike
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    Fixed departure dates: Multiple dates open to Join a Group departure in June, July, August and September and can be customized on request for separate group also.

    About the Destination:

    The names Leh and Ladakh often bring forth to imagination a land that is still untouched by the hand of commercialisation and urban culture. Nestled within the protective covers of the Himalayas and adorned with magnificent landscapes, Leh-Ladakh is a belt that must be explored!

    Leh is a comprehensive town jotted with a number of religious and aesthetic attractions. Nature has been kind to the Nubra Valley and the Pangong Lake. The former seems like a carpet of exotic flowers while the latter is a sight to behold in all its glory. The Khardungla Pass and Chang La Pass offer panoramic views of such beauty and mystique that they have thus far, only been imagined!

    About the Departure with Details:

    There can be no better way to explore the exotic lands of Ladakh on bike! Riding along the exotic routes with diverse landscapes, always make for a dream journey that is unmatchable and unique it its own ways. Enjoy the thrill of riding at otherwise unimaginable heights. Imagine looking down and staring into a deep gorge on one side and being flanked by massive mountain ranges on the other!

    Be amazed with natural blessings like the Lamayuru or Moonland, Pangong Lake and the Khardung La Pass; the pristine waters, blue skies and calm ambience will rejuvenate your mind and soul. Learn of the region’s history and religion with visits to prominent monasteries and temples. Interact with the locals to acquaint yourself with the local lifestyle and culture. Engage in a thrilling rafting as well during the bike trip.

    Two people sharing a bike: INR 22000 per person
    Single Rider: INR 29000

    Duration: 6N/7D

    Maximum Altitude: 9,800-17,582ft


  • 50Manali to Leh Jeep Expedition with Tso Moriri Lake

    Manali to Leh Jeep Expedition with Tso Moriri Lake
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      Fixed departure dates: Multiple dates open to Join a Group departure in June, July, August and September and can be customized on request for separate group also.

      About the Activity: 

      • From the pleasantly hospitable town of Manali, the Manali to Leh Jeep expedition takes you on a roller coaster drive through distinct geographies portraying diverse geographies. From hill town to high altitude arid desert, this safari is one mega experience.
      • The Manali to Leh by road traverses over five high altitude Himalayan passes such as Rohtang (3,978m), Keylong (3,350m), and Tanglang La (17,585ft) showcasing an ever changing dynamic landscape that alters from barren lands to lush green pastures. 
      • Tsomoriri Lake is the one attraction that demands all your attention during this jeep ride which is now Tso Moriri Wetland Conservation Reserve. It is the largest of the high altitude lakes entirely within India at an altitude of 4522 meter.
      • Interact with the amazing landscapes beautified by the natural formations throughout the journey. You will come across the undeniable beauties of Khardung La Pass, Pangong Lake, Deskit, Hundar, the confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers, Nubra Valley etc.
      • These places have been occupied by multitudinous mountains, valleys, small streams, rock formations, monasteries, gompas and what not.
      • By the end of the journey multi-hued prayer flags, Tibetian chortens, and friendly locals would be etched in your memories for a very long time to come.

      • Number of PAX       Standard               Deluxe                 Super Deluxe

      • Min 02 pax               Rs. 37470            Rs. 38090                Rs. 39660

      • Min 03 Pax               Rs. 28530            Rs. 29260                Rs. 30620

      • Min 04 pax               Rs. 24950             Rs. 25280                Rs. 27140

      • Min 05 Pax               Rs. 22090             Rs. 22780                Rs. 24220

      • Min 06 Pax               Rs. 20780              Rs. 21400                Rs. 22970

      • Min 07 Pax               Rs. 22540             Rs. 23220                 Rs. 24700

      • Min 08 Pax                Rs. 21500            Rs. 22130                  Rs. 23700

      • Min 09 Pax                Rs. 20300            Rs. 20960                  Rs. 22460

      • Min 10 Pax                Rs. 19690             Rs. 20320                  Rs. 21880

      • Min 11 Pax                 Rs. 18870             Rs. 19520                 Rs. 21040

      • Min 12 Pax                  Rs. 18480            Rs. 19100                 Rs. 20670

      • Extra Bed Child            Rs. 8800             Rs. 9800                    Rs. 10700
    • 51Ladakh Jeep Safari: Srinagar Leh Manali with Tso Moriri Lake

      Ladakh Jeep Safari: Srinagar Leh Manali with Tso Moriri Lake
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      Fixed departure dates: Multiple dates open to Join a Group departure in June, July, August and September and can be customized on request for separate group also.

        About the Activity:
        • Embark on this amazing jeep safari tour of Leh and its surrounding region.
        • Start your journey by arriving in Srinagar around noon on the first day and spend the day according to your wish.
        • From the second day onward, your breathtaking journey in a jeep would start off. Keep in mind that your are going to set your feet in some of the most captivating locations in India, famous all over the world as the pieces of paradise have fallen on earth.
        • The awe-inspiring destinations include are Kargil, Lamayuru, Leh, Khardung La Pass, Tso Moriri Lake, Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake and Jispa. 
        • Some of the attractions you will come across during the journey are Lamayuru Gompa, Alchi Gompa, Deskit Monastery, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill, Confluence of the Zanskar and the Indus Rivers and so on.
        • You will be dropped back to Manali on the last day to wind up an eventful tour of Leh-Ladakh.
        • Number of PAX              Standard                 Deluxe                   Super Deluxe

        • Min 02 pax                      Rs. 46600             Rs. 47280                Rs. 49110

        • Min 03 Pax                      Rs. 35140             Rs. 35870                Rs. 37620

        • Min 04 pax                       Rs. 30300             Rs. 30980                Rs. 32810

        • Min 05 Pax                       Rs. 26690             Rs. 27400                Rs. 29170

        • Min 06 Pax                       Rs. 24870             Rs. 25550                Rs. 27380

        • Min 07 Pax                       Rs. 27280             Rs. 27980                Rs. 29780

        • Min 08 Pax                       Rs. 25850             Rs. 26520                Rs. 28350

        • Min 09 Pax                       Rs. 24330              Rs. 25030               Rs. 26830

        • Min 10 Pax                       Rs. 23480               Rs. 24150               Rs. 25980

        • Min 11 Pax                        Rs. 22460               Rs. 23150               Rs. 24950

        • Min 12 Pax                        Rs. 21900               Rs. 22580              Rs. 24400

        • Extra Bed Child                 Rs. 10100                Rs. 11200               Rs. 12700
      • 52Manali to Leh Jeep Safari

        Manali to Leh Jeep Safari
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        About the Activity: 

        From the pleasantly hospitable town of Manali, the Manali to Leh Jeep expedition  takes you on a roller coaster drive through distinct geographies portraying diverse geographies. From hill town to high altitude arid desert, this safari is one mega experience.

        The Manali to Leh by road traverses over five high altitude Himalayan passes such as Rohtang (3,978m), Keylong (3,350m), and Tanglang La (17,585ft) showcasing an ever changing dynamic landscape that alters from barren lands to lush green pastures. A drive through Skyangchu Thang, the biggest and highest plateau on earth on a stretch of 42kms leaves you breathless. For you to capture moments like these, the safari also includes a brief photography workshop to help arrest high altitude frames with more panache.

        By the end of the journey multi-hued prayer flags, Tibetian chortens, and friendly locals would be etched in your memories for a very long time to come.   

      • 53Leh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Pangong

        Leh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Pangong
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        About the Activity:

        • Make your vacation a special one with this exciting 7 days 6 nights sightseeing tour in Ladakh.
        • Ladakh, a muse for writers, a haven for bikers and a perfect getaway for the experience loving travellers! 
        • Experience one of the best Ladakh tour packages while you're cuddled in the laps of the mighty Himalayan and Karakorum ranges, it is a destination that is beautified by contrasts!
        • During the course of this tour, you will get to explore Sangam, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Nubra valley, Leh and Pangong Tso lake. 
        • Explore the amazing beauty of the region with the valleys and the serene surroundings.
        • Experience the joy of riding in a double hunk camel in the Nubra valley and enjoy the beauty of the Pangong Tso lake as it slowly changes its colour.
        • This Ladakh tour package boasting this destination is deservedly among the gorgeous natural spectacles in the world!
        • Conclude your tour after getting transferred to the airport and head back home with wonderful memories.

        Duration of the Tour: 7D/6N

        Highest Altitude: Khardung La Pass (18,380 feet).

        Paying Pax                                 Standard             Deluxe             Super Dlx             Premium

        02 Pax with innova/xylo         Rs. 19,900       Rs. 22,000     Rs. 28,400        Rs. 37,000

        04 Pax with innova/xylo         Rs. 13,800       Rs. 15,900     Rs. 22,900        Rs. 31,200

        06 Pax with innova/xylo         Rs. 11,900        Rs. 13,900     Rs. 19,600       Rs. 29,100

        6 pax with tempo traveller     Rs. 13,700       Rs. 15,700     Rs. 21,500        Rs. 31,200

        8 pax with tempo traveller       Rs. 12,300        Rs. 13,900     Rs. 20,200        Rs. 29,700

        10 pax with tempo traveller    Rs. 11,400         Rs. 13,000    Rs. 19,300        Rs. 28,900

        Extra Adult With extra bed    Rs. 8,800            Rs. 10,800    Rs. 15,400       Rs. 22,400

        Child without bed                   Rs. 6,200            Rs. 7,900     Rs. 12,800        Rs. 19,500

      • 54Ladakh Sightseeing Tour

        Ladakh Sightseeing Tour
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        About the Activity:
        • A perfect place to witness the unmatched beauty of nature with all its purity is Ladakh, the land of mountain passes, confluences of rivers and what not.
        • Here is a 11 day tour letting you recognize the exact treasures of the district hidden, ranging from the Buddhist monasteries and gompas to war memorials, motor-able passes, unseen fauna and flora etc.
        • Diskit, Khardung La Pass, Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso, Kargil or Drass etc are the favourite locations you will cover during the tour. You will be witnessing the vibrant colours of these places which are together weaving the beautiful stories of Ladakh tourism.
        • The tour starts from Leh and ends at Leh, a small town of replenishing nature and vibrant markets, local places etc.

      • 55Ladakh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Tso Moriri

        Ladakh Sightseeing Tour with Stay at Tso Moriri
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        About the Destination:

        • Ladakh, also known as the Little Tibet, is a favourite adventure ground with tourists. 
        • Its magnificent variety of terrain waiting to be explored excite the senses of adventurous travellers. 
        • The rugged and natural beauty, stunning views, spectacular mountain ranges, beautiful plains and plateaus, clear rivers and azure skies leave many a visitors spellbound.
        • It is a splendid destination that has much to offer to tourists of every kind. 
        • There are peaceful monasteries to be visited, historical palaces and forts to be explored, and natural beauty everywhere to surround the senses. 
        • Come to Ladakh to lose yourself in the magnificence of untouched beauty and discover yourself again!

        About the Activity:

        • Get a chance to explore the real beauty of the region on this one of a kind 9 days incredible tour in Ladakh.
        • Explore the most exotic and the vivid parts of this region as you take on an adventurous journey starting from Leh.
        • Drive to Nubra Valley via Khardung la pass the highest motorable road and then visit the Deskit Monastery.
        • Witness the beauty of the region with the valleys and the old forts and peaceful monasteries.
        • Spend your days and nights in the lap of nature, stay in overnight camps and much more!
        • Conclude your tour after 9 days and head back home with lots of memories.

        Temperature Range: Day- 25 to 30 Degrees, Night- 4 to 15 Degrees

        Minimum Paying Pax                  Standard                 Deluxe                 Super Dlx               Premium

        02 Pax with innova/xylo           Rs. 29,000                Rs. 32,000            Rs. 40,500           Rs. 52,000

        04 Pax with innova/xylo           Rs. 19,500                Rs. 22,000            Rs. 31,000            Rs. 42,500

        06 Pax with innova/xylo           Rs. 16,500                 Rs. 19,400           Rs. 27,900            Rs. 39,500

        6 pax with tempo traveller        Rs. 18,700                 Rs. 21,500           Rs. 30,500            Rs. 41,700

        8 pax with tmpo traveller          Rs. 16,500                 Rs. 19,400          Rs. 28,000            Rs. 39,500

        10 pax with tmpo 2raveler       Rs. 15,200                  Rs. 18,200          Rs. 26,800            Rs. 38,000

        Extra Adult With extra bed       Rs. 11,000                   Rs. 13,500         Rs. 20,400             Rs. 30,400

        Child without bed                      Rs. 9,200                    Rs. 10,900          Rs. 17,800            Rs. 26,500

      • 56Women Only Leh Ladakh Tour Package

        Women Only Leh Ladakh Tour Package
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        About the Destination:

        The crown of India is beautified by Ladakh, the land of high passes,situated in the picturesque state of Jammu and Kashmir. Regarded as an exotic tourist destination, it is a land filled with breath-taking natural beauty and mystique.

        From majestic mountain passes and tranquil monasteries to magical lakes, Ladakh is sure to take your breath away. During summer, this beautiful region is adorned with a plethora of vibrant colors, but come winter time it is transformed into a snowy white wonderland, often cut off from the rest of the world.

        As a destination, Ladakh is replete with every sight imaginable; from sapphire blue lakes, to jade green meadows and even dry and arid grasslands serve to make this land of extremes a must-go destination on every travellers bucket list.


        About the Activity:

        Treat yourself to a seven nights eight days of exoticism and mystery with women only tour to Ladakh, with the special women in your life. Start your trip from the charming town of Leh, which will woo you with its quaint markets and charming palaces. Visit the beautiful Sham valley and the ancient monasteries of Lamayuru and Liker.

        Take a trip down to enchanting Nubra valley and visit the famous Deskit monastery and the Hall of Fame, to experience local culture at its best.

         Lose yourself in the hypnotising of the beautiful Pangong Tso and enjoy a memorable sunrise and sunset by the lake. A thrilling camel safari and drive through the highest moterable road in the world, seems just too good to be true!

        Maximum Altitude: Leh, 3,524m  (11,562 ft),

        Temperature Range: 3 to 35 Degrees (Summer) -20 to -35 Degrees (Winter)