Ever dreamt of spending a vacation amidst the majestic Himalayas. If you haven’t ticked that box in your bucket list yet then this is your calling. Ladakh is a serene and calm location dotted with astonishing mountains and valleys. The pictures on Instagram or blogs can do justice to its beauty. Ladakh is one of those rare places which needs to be felt rather than merely explored.
Going on a trip to Ladakh is every Indian Traveller’s dream. In recent years, the place has been seeing a major outburst of foreign tourists. The place has several major tourist attraction filled with pristine beauty. All you need to enjoy this “Traveler’s Paradise” is a proper itinerary and some budget-saving hacks. Our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Jaipur can help you with it. Our Leh Ladakh Holiday packages from Jaipur can be tailored according to your needs and budget. Our itinerary has been planned by people who know the area well. We make sure that your trip is hassle-free and in your budget.
“Juleh” is the first word you will hear when you enter Leh. It is a magic word said when you want to say hello, goodbye, thank you, how are you, nice to meet you, and you’re welcome. The smiling faces of the locals and overlooking mountains, there is something magical about Leh that makes you fall in love with this place. You will enjoy the culture, people, food, tea and everything in between.
Ladakh has a beauty that is rare to find. The highway from Manali or Srinagar to Leh is dotted with most scenic beauty. Leh Ladakh has several major attractions filled with pristine beauty. Zanskar Valley is one of the best places to visit in the area. Among the most desolate places, the steep terrain is a beautiful contrast against the beautiful sky above. The place is famous for seasonal water rafting. You might remember Pangong Tso Lake from the famous ending scene of the movie 3 idiots. The lake is a popular site for camping. When in Ladakh you wouldn’t want to miss the town of Kargil. The place is famous for trekking and mountaineering. Still an off-beat region, Khardungla Pass is a must-visit place around Leh-Ladakh. Travel junkies will find it is one of the most thrilling passes to ride on.
Nubra Valley, a tri-armed valley, is one of the most popular tourist locations in the area. The golden dune is a sight to behold and gives you the feel of being in one of the stories of the Arabian Nights. The place is famous for its two-humped camels. Magnetic Hill is another famous tourist location known for its optical illusion. The vehicles here seem to give an impression of moving uphill against gravity as opposed to downhill, where it is going.
When visiting Ladakh make sure to visit the famous place of monks and monasteries, Spituk. The winds at the hilltop where the place is located may get extremely chilly. Make sure to carry extra warm clothes when visiting the place. Your trip to Ladakh would not be complete without a visit to the largest national park in South Asia, Hemis National Park. The place is home to some of the endangered mammals like leopards, Asiatic ibex, Tibetian wolf, Eurasian brown bear, and the red fox. While on a trip to Ladakh has you wish to do some soul searching or just find some inner peace. No other place can provide you with the appropriate environment than Shanti Stupa. Located on top of the hill in Chanspa, it is a peaceful Buddhist monument which is visited by several tourists each year. The place is famous for its breathtaking view of sunrise and sunset.
Ladakh has an abundance of beautiful monasteries. Hemis monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in the region. The place is known for its annual mask festival, celebrated in the memory of Guru Padmasambhava, which usually takes place in June or July. Leh Palace situated on a cliff overlooking the town of Leh is another major attraction in the region. Telling the tales of the bygone era, stories of the grandeur of the royal family who lived there, and the beautiful statue of Lord Buddha at the back of the palace. All of this adds a beautiful charm to the place. Ladakh is stunning, with spellbinding tourist locations. Though your trip may last only for a few days the memories of this place will last forever.
How to reach Ladakh from Jaipur
If a road-trip is what is one your mind then both the highways, Srinagar-Leh Highway and Leh-Manali Highway, remain closed most of the year. Srinagar-Leh Highway opens for tourists somewhere around late April or early May. Leh-Manali Highway opens around May or June. Hence, May and June might be the ideal months to plan a road trip. You can take the route-
Jaipur-Delhi-Manali-Keylong-Jispa-Leh-Khardungla-Leh-Pangong-Leh-Kargil-Srinagar-Amritsar or Jalandhar-Delhi-Jaipur.
Winter months are characterized by an extremely low temperature. But many trekking enthusiasts travel to Ladakh to enjoy some of the popular treks in Ladakh, that take place in this season. You as no direct flight or train are available between the two destinations. You can take a connecting flight to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport with a layover at New Delhi.
You can also board Pooja Superfast Express (12413) which runs from Jaipur Junction to Jammu Tawi, the nearest railway station to Leh. It would take about 16hrs to reach and runs daily. You can take a taxi or a bus which is easily available from outside the station.
An ideal time to travel from Jaipur to Leh Ladakh can be May to June or September and October. Monsoon months are usually advised to be avoided due to landslides in the area.
Why Book Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Jaipur with India Tourism
India Tourism have been organizing Leh Ladakh tour packages from Jaipur 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 Jaipur to customize your trip and clear any other queries related to travels, lodging and sightseeing