Ladakh offers some of the best picturesque and mesmerizing views which you can explore best on our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Indore. Leh Ladakh is one such destination that is almost at the rim of everyone’s bucket list. While only some embark on a trip to this “Traveler’s Paradise”. Many abscond owing to budget constraints or the hassle of traveling. Well if you haven’t visited this beautiful land of valleys and hills then our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages can help you with it. Our packages are tailored made to suit your budget. Our itineraries are put together by people who know the region well. We make sure that you get to experience the best of Ladakh in the number of days you have.
A land of mysterious beauty for some and moorland for others. Ladakh is the ultimate vacation destination for many. If you haven’t ticked this mark on your bucket list yet, then this is your calling. Nestled 3,000m above sea level, located between the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges, Ladakh is the perfect place for people seeking peace and searching for adventure.
The stunning silent valleys, the majestic mountains in the background, the breathtaking landscape and that starry night sky. Every aspect of Ladakh is alluring. Several tourists each year travel to Ladakh either to enjoy the scenic view while on their bikes, or feel closer to nature, or to feel the thrill and adrenaline while trekking, or to enjoy the peace at the monastery. Irrespective of how many days you stay in Ladakh, the memories of the time spent here will stay in your heart forever.
Ladakh is one of its kinds. The rides from Manali or Srinagar to Leh is one of the most scenic trips you will ever take. Leh Ladakh has a bundle of attractions. All of its famous tourist attractions are filled with pristine beauty. Zanskar Valley, without a doubt, is one of the best places to visit in the area. One of the most desolate places in the Himalayan range, the steep terrain of the region reflects the beautiful sky above. It is famous for seasonal water rafting. Pangong Tso Lake reminds people of India of the famous ending scene of the movie 3 idiots. The lake is another most popular tourist destination in the region. It is a popular site for camping. A trip to Ladakh would be incomplete without a visit to its second-largest town, Kargil. People love the place as they can indulge in trekking and mountaineering. Though not a typical attraction in the region but Khardungla Pass is one of the must-visit places around Leh-Ladakh especially for travel junkies. The place is a gateway to the north and one of the most thrilling passes to ride on.
One of the top five places to visit in Ladakh is the Nubra Valley, a tri-armed valley. The golden dunes will surely give you the feel of being in one of the stories of Arabian Nights. The place is famous among tourists for its two-humped camels. The optical illusion that Magnetic Hill creates is something that attracts tourists to this place. The vehicles here seem to move uphill against gravity as opposed to downhill, where it is going.
Another major attraction in the region is the land of monks and monasteries, Spituk. The place is famous for its carved location at the top of the hill. The winds at the hilltop may chill you to the bones so make sure to carry extra warm clothes when visiting the place. Your trip to Ladakh would be incomplete without a visit to the largest national park in South Asia, Hemis National Park. The place houses endangered mammals like leopards, Asiatic ibex, Tibetian wolf, Eurasian brown bear, and the red fox. The place is heaven for nature lovers and bird watchers. If your trip to Ladakh has seeking peace and doing some soul searching as one of the agendas then Shanti Stupa is one of the places you shouldn’t miss. Located on top of the hill in Chanspa, it is one of the most magnificent and peaceful Buddhist monuments. The place offers one of the most beautiful sights of sunrise and sunset.
You cannot visit Ladakh and not visit its peaceful and beautiful monasteries. Hemis monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in the region known for its annual mask festival that usually takes place in June or July. The festival is celebrated in the memory of Guru Padmasambhava. People visiting Leh should also visit Leh Palace situated on a cliff overlooking the town of Leh. The place tells the story of the grandeur of the royal family who lived their back in the olden days. The statue of Lord Buddha at the back of the palace adds some mystical charm to this place. Ladakh is filled with such stunning, spellbinding tourist locations. Ladakh’s unique culture is a blend of Indian, Tibetian as well as Buddhist culture. The cuisine of Ladakh also influences the same.
How to reach Ladakh from Indore
The highways to Leh Ladakh are not open for tourists most of the months of the year. Srinagar-Leh Highway opens around the time of late April or early May. Leh-Manali Highway opens around May or June. If traveling by road is on your mind then May to June would be the ideal time to travel to Ladakh.
If you are traveling to Ladakh in the winter months then taking a connecting flight to Leh might be the best option. With layover at New Delhi, Air Asia, Go Air, IndiGo, SpiceJet all have connected flights to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, the nearest airport to Leh.
You can board Indore-Jammu Tawi Weekly Superfast Express (22941) which takes about 25hrs and 30mins to reach Jammu and runs on Mondays. You can book a taxi or take a bus from Jammu to Ladakh.
If a road trip is on your mind then you can take a flight to Delhi and then take any of the following-
Manali – Gramphu – Khokhsar – Sissu – Keylong – Jispa – ZingZing Bar – Sarchu – Pang – Tanglang La – Miru – Upshi – Karu – Leh
As coming from Indore you might not be used to high altitude and low temperatures. You should take the Srinagar-Leh Highway and return from Manali-Leh Highway.
Things to remember while on a trip to Leh Ladakh from Indore
Take ample rest on reaching Leh. Get used to the zone before starting to explore to avoid Acute Mountain Sickness.
Get a BSNL/Airtel postpaid sim as nothing else works here.
Carry enough cash as finding ATMs might be hard.
Do NOT consume alcohol during the trip as it makes you dehydrated.
Carry dry fruits, glucose, energy bar or chocolates with you for instant energy, you might need it.
Keep 15–20 copies of permits once you procure it and also your passport size photographs.
Do NOT take pictures or videos in sensitive areas especially Military bases.
Why Book Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Indore with India Tourism
India Tourism have been organizing Leh Ladakh tour packages from Indore for over 15 years. Our packages can be tailored to fit your budget. Our experienced Leh Ladakh tour guides make sure that you enjoy a comfortable and luxury vacation in Leh Ladakh. If you are planning a trip to Ladakh then contact our Leh Ladakh Travel Experts in Indore to customize your trip and clear any other queries related to travels, lodging and sightseeing.