Leh/ Ladakh Travel
Bounded by the world's two mightiest mountain ranges, the
Ladakh region is reputed as 'the Moon land', 'Little Tibet' and even 'the last
Shangri La'. The unspoiled natural beauty of Ladakh makes it distinct from the
other tourist destinations. It is a Mecca for adventure enthusiasts including
trekking in Ladakh, rafting, mountain climbing and mountain biking.
Places of Interest in Ladakh :
» Sankar Gompa
» Shanti Stupa
» Nubra Valley
» Tsomoriri & Tsokar Lakes
» Pangong Lake
Special Attraction of Ladakh :
» Thiksey : The twelve storeyed monastary of thiksers
lies on an island mountain in one of the most prominent of positions.
» Leh Palace : The 17th century palace overlooking leh
town & considered the miniature version of the Potala in Tibet.
» Khardungla Pass : At 18, 380 ft. it is the world's
highest motorable road in Ladakh & gateway to Siachen Glacier.
» Hemis Festival of Ladakh
» Jeep Safari from Manali & Srinagar via mountain passes.
» Number of trekking routes in Ladakh
How to Reach Ladakh :
» By Air : Regular flights to Delhi from Leh airport.
» By Train : Nearest railway station is at Jammu ( 3
» By Road : Access to Leh town is either via Manali
( 2 days ) or Srinagar ( 2 Days ). These trecherous high mountain roads are
open only from June to October .
Best time to visit Ladakh :
Ladakh is best visited between June to September.
As Leh Town Is At An Altitude Of + 3000 Meters , It Is Advisable To Rest For
First 24 Hrs On Arrival In Leh Ladakh, For Conditioning Purposes.