“No matter how sophisticated you may be, a large granite mountain cannot be denied- it speaks in silence to the very core of your being.” It doesn’t matter which city you belong to, the peace, tranquility, and adventure Ladakh has to offer, will surely draw you to this place. Every travel enthusiast, trek lovers, adventure seeker dream of a trip to Leh Ladakh at least once in their lifetime. Something is alluring about the silent hills, barren deserts, peaceful monasteries, serene high-altitude lakes, and that starry night sky. People, every year, flock to Ladakh battling the rough terrain and not-so-comfortable weather to feel peaceful and closer to nature. Though winters are characterized by extremely low temperatures, trekking enthusiasts choose to visit Ladakh as this is the time for some amazing treks including the famous Chadar trek.
A journey from the Deccan Plateau to the high-altitude passes in the Himalayas may seem a bit tough but worth every bit of effort. The change in landscape, cuisine, language, the weather makes the trip exciting and maybe a bit intimidating. Almost everybody thinks at least once traveling to Ladakh. While some act on it, many abscond due to budget constraints or hassle of traveling. Book our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Hyderabad and enjoy a fun-filled hassle-free vacation in the lap of Himalayas. Our itineraries are put together by people who know the area through and through and hence can help you explore the region in your budget and with ease.
Besides the spell-bounding landscape, riding across high-altitude passes, visiting monasteries, camping by some stunning high altitude lakes are some of the things that make people yearn to visit the place. Ladakh is often called ‘Little Tibet’ as it hosts a sizeable population of Tibetian Buddhists. Our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages can take you to places where you can treat your taste buds with mouthwatering Thukkpas, Momos and Laksa. You can also buy local handicrafts and clothes from the Tibetan Handicraft Emporium. For photographers, Leh Ladakh will surely be amazing as exploring the hidden beauty will help you set some serious Instagram goals. To make your Leh Ladakh Tour unforgettable you can book the tour packages around the time when Ladakh is celebrating festivals. The Hemis Festival which usually takes place during July is one of the most popular festivals among tourists.
The region of Leh Ladakh has become one of the most popular summer holiday destinations in India. The Srinagar-Leh Highway open around late April or early May. The tourist season starts in full swing after the famous Leh-Manali Highway opens in late May or June. May to June, hence, is an ideal time to plan your visit to Leh Ladakh. If you are a trek lover then winters in Ladakh are marked by several amazing treks. Monsoon should be avoided due to the landslides in the region. September and October can also be an ideal time to plan a visit Leh Ladakh.
Travel from Hyderabad to Leh Ladakh
You can take a connecting flight from Hyderabad to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh, with a layover at New Delhi. You can also take a flight to Srinagar and then continue on the road to Leh via Srinagar-Leh Highway. Similarly, you can also take a flight to Delhi and continue on the road via Leh-Manali Highway. This can be an ideal way to travel if you have 10-12 days in hand.
There is no railway station in Ladakh. If you wish to travel via train then you would have to board a train to Jammu Tawi, the nearest railway station to Ladakh. Tirupati-Jammu Tawi Humsafar Express (22705) takes about 38 hours to reach Jammu Tawi from where you can hire a taxi or take a bus to Leh.
If you wish to travel via road then you can take the route- Hyderabad-Chhindwara(Nagpur)-Agra-Pathankot-Srinagar-Kargil-Leh-Pangong Tso(Via Chang La pass)-Leh-Nubra Valley-Leh-Shimla-Agra-Chhindwara-Hyderabad. You will need a good number of 15 days to enjoy the above route.
Travel from Hyderabad to Leh Ladakh
Take ample rest upon reaching Leh. Get used to the zone.
Gradually increase your altitude and ensure to compensate your ascension with adequate rest.
Keep warm with comfortable clothes.
Make sure to keep your head covered, the low temperature can cause severe headaches.
As you scale higher and higher the low levels of oxygen may cause nausea and shortness of breath. Make sure not to exert yourself.
In case you feel even the slightest headaches, dizziness or fatigue, immediately take rest and descend.
There are some medicines available locally, buy them from Srinagar or Manali. Or, consume garlic soup or any other lighter soup that has garlic in it.
Avoid consuming Tobacco, smoking, drinking or taking antidepressants.
Carry dry fruits, chocolates or glucose with you. You might need instant energy now and then.
Carry adequate cash as finding ATMs might be tough.
Carry multiple copies of inner-line permit once you have obtained them and also your passport size photographs.