Ladakh Tour Packages

Imagine waking up to the view of the snow-capped mountains along with the pristine icy lake flowing down the fill. Sounds like a dream? But, with the booking of the Ladakh tour package, you can convert this dream into your beautiful reality. Spend your holidays with your loved ones in Ladakh, known as the land of high passes. We’re sure that the above-mentioned qualities would entice your senses, and this is your chance to experience the same in person with our Leh Ladakh Tour. 

Ladakh is heaven for adventure lovers as you can indulge in various activities like Double-humped camel rides, Quad Biking in the sand dunes, and road trips on some of the world’s highest passes are just a bunch out of the long list of adventure escapades that you can indulge in a Ladakh tour package. 

A place that is synonymous with Buddhism, you can explore various picturesque monasteries, including in your Ladakh tour package. Monasteries that date back to the 10th century are perfect examples of authentic Buddhist aura. Ladakh is one destination with everything to offer - from majestic mountain views to adventurous activities to places to unwind and experience solace. 

Famous Leh Ladakh tour packages include a Ladakh Bike Trip, which is a whole new experience for everyone, where you ride on some of the highest roads in the world that offer a panorama of the entire landscape, and not to forget about the cool breeze that will be caressing your face and blowing through your hair. So, moto heads seeking an enthralling escapade should opt for our Ladakh Bike Trip. 

With numerous attractions and elements, you can book our various Ladakh tour packages to make the most of your trip to this land of high passes and have an enjoyable trip. 

Best Time To Visit Ladakh 

Ladakh is an ideal destination for those seeking a tranquil and serene holiday experience. Tourists have the opportunity to choose from a diverse selection of Ladakh tour packages, such as Ladakh honeymoon packages, in order to create a truly unforgettable trip.

Life in Ladakh starts to rebound at the beginning of April, following a challenging winter period. As the sun's warmth returns, it melts away the snow and brings new life to the people, plants, and animals in this region. The average temperature fluctuates during the month of April, ranging from a high of 16°C to lows of -1°C. The warm temperatures cause the frozen Pangong and Moriri lakes to melt, enhancing the beauty of the landscape even further.

The temperature continues to rise from May to mid-June, with lows typically settling around 5°C. The Rohtang pass typically opens up during this time, offering an exciting opportunity for a bike trip from Manali to Leh. 

The best time to plan a visit to Ladakh is from July to September. During this period, temperatures are at their highest, with highs in the mid-twenties and lows ranging from 5 to 10°C. We offer a wide range of Leh Ladakh tour packages for you to choose from during this ideal time to visit. The Hemis Festival is also celebrated during this time, commemorating the birth of Padmasambhava, the founder of Tantric Tibetan Buddhism. The celebrations in Ladakh are known for their energy and vibrancy, making them a must-see during your trip. 

Snowfall in Ladakh typically begins in October, marking the onset of winter, which lasts until February. Temperatures gradually decrease, eventually reaching a low of -13°C during the peak of winter in mid-February. This is the best time to experience Ladakh as a winter wonderland with a blanket of snow. 

How To Reach Ladakh 

Multiple options are available to reach this mountain destination once you have booked the Ladakh trip packages. These options include: 

By Flight 

Leh's Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is a domestic airport located just 3.8 kilometers from the city. It holds the distinction of being the highest commercial airport in India. Major airlines such as Air India, GoAir, and Jet Airways offer regular flights that connect Leh with cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Srinagar, and Jammu. 

By Road

One exciting option for reaching Ladakh is to embark on a bus journey, allowing you to experience the thrill of navigating the winding roads. Two main highways lead to this beautiful and rugged paradise. The first route is the Manali-Leh Highway, which spans 473 kilometers and is typically open from mid-June to early October. 

The second highway is the Srinagar-Leh Highway, spanning a total distance of 434 kilometers. This route is accessible from July to November. Bus operators such as Himachal Pradesh Tourism (HRTC) and Jammu and Kashmir State Tourism (SRTC) regularly run their buses on both of these routes. 

By Train

Another way to reach Ladakh is by taking a train ride. The nearest railhead to Ladakh is Jammu Tawi, which is located approximately 708 kilometers away. This station offers excellent connectivity to major cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, and Chandigarh, ensuring a seamless travel experience. Upon arrival at Jammu Tawi, you can either hire a taxi or board a bus for a 15-hour journey to reach Ladakh. Chandigarh and Pathankot both have railway stations that are conveniently located near Leh. 

Major Attractions in Ladakh 

Here is the list of all the best places to visit in Ladakh to make the most of your trip to this amazing destination: 

1. Pangong Tso 

Emerging from the realm of dreams is a river that has captured the attention of countless individuals as a must-visit location on their bucket list. The Pangong Tso is a stunning lake that has been featured in numerous Bollywood blockbusters. It is also known for its unique ability to change colors. The lake is a must-visit attraction in all Leh Ladakh tour packages, as it offers a serene and tranquil experience that is truly essential. Pangong Tso, located in Ladakh, is one of the highest-altitude lakes in the region. You will have the wonderful opportunity to capture stunning and visually appealing pictures with the lake and snow-capped mountains serving as a beautiful backdrop. 

2. Shanti Stupa 

When you book the Ladakh tour packages, be sure to include a visit to the Shanti Stupa. Located in Chanspa, Leh district, the Shanti Stupa sits majestically atop a hill, providing a truly remarkable and spiritual experience during your visit to Ladakh. The gleaming white-domed stupa serves as a powerful symbol of peace. It was constructed in 1991 by Bhikshu Gyomyo Nakamura, a Japanese Buddhist, with the intention of promoting global peace and prosperity. From the Stupa, one can also relish panoramic views of Leh town and the majestic snow-clad mountains.

3. Khardung La Pass

Khardung La Pass, located in the Ladakh region, is a highly recommended attraction to include in your Ladakh holiday packages. Located at an impressive elevation of 5,359 meters above sea level, it is considered one of the highest motorable passes in the world. Khardung La Pass is the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra Valleys, providing an unforgettable and unique thrill that should not be missed. Furthermore, this region is renowned for its strategic significance due to its access to the Siachen Glacier, widely recognised as the highest battlefield on Earth. 

4. Spituk Gompa 

One must-visit attraction on your Leh Ladakh tour packages is the Spituk Gompa, which is also quite popular among tourists. Located near Leh, overlooking the Indus River, this attraction is a serene gem that should not be missed while exploring Ladakh. It is an ancient monastery founded in the 11th century and belongs to the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism. The Gompa is home to a wide range of religious artifacts, one of which is a magnificent statue of Kali. This impressive statue is only revealed to the public during the annual Spituk festival. 

5. Kargil 

When you book the Leh Ladakh packages, it is essential to include a visit to Kargil, which is the second-largest town in the region. The town is situated on the banks of the Indus River, with the Zanskar Ranges of the Himalayas on one side. It is also located near the Line of Control, which separates the Indian and Pakistani-administered parts of the Kashmir region. Kargil is often regarded as the gateway to Ladakh and holds historical significance as a battleground during the Indo-Pak War of 1999. Today, the Kargil War Memorial is a powerful symbol of bravery and resilience. 

6. Thiksey Monastery: 

To ensure an unforgettable holiday, ensure your Ladakh trip packages include visiting the Thiksey Monastery. This magnificent monastery holds the distinction of being the largest in Central Ladakh. This monastery, affiliated with the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism, is nestled in the Indus Valley. It is located on a hilltop at an altitude of 3,596 meters. The monastery is renowned for housing the largest statue in all of Ladakh, a magnificent 15-meter-high statue of the Maitreya Buddha. 

7. Nubra Valley

Make sure to allocate some time for visiting the Nubra Valley when you are planning your Ladakh tour packages. The valley, also called the Orchard of Ladakh, is slightly above 3,000 meters above sea level. The region is enveloped by majestic snow-capped mountains and glaciers, renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty. Moreover, it is frequently called the "Valley of Flowers" due to its rich soil, plentiful vegetation, and the presence of the Nubra and Shyok rivers. 

8. Zanskar Valley

When you choose to avail of the Leh Ladakh packages, make sure to visit the breathtaking Zanskar Valley, which is nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas. This pristine valley, located in the remote region of Jammu and Kashmir, offers breathtaking natural beauty and provides a glimpse into the traditional Ladakhi way of life. The valley is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers alike, with its towering snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, and ancient monasteries. 

9. Tso Moriri 

Tso Moriri Lake, located in the heart of Ladakh, is a hidden gem that is definitely worth visiting during your Leh Ladakh trip packages. The lake is located in the Changthang region at a high altitude of 4,595 meters. It provides a serene and awe-inspiring experience. Tso Moriri, with its snow-capped mountains and expansive open landscapes, is a true haven for nature enthusiasts and photographers. The lake is a paradise for bird lovers, as it attracts various migratory bird species to its shores. 

10. Sangam Point

When embarking on your Leh Ladakh tour, be sure to make a stop at Sangam Point, the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers. The confluence point near Leh in Ladakh is a well-known destination due to its distinctive geographical phenomenon. The rivers, Indus and Zanskar, showcase a breathtaking visual spectacle with their contrasting colors. Indus flows in mesmerizing shades of blue, while Zanskar exhibits a captivating range of green hues. 

Thrilling Activities To Do in Ladakh 

Ladakh which is a hub for various adventure activities, here is a list of all the things to do in Ladakh. 

1. Enjoy Rafting 

Including rafting in the Indus River is a popular adventure experience that you can add to your Leh Ladakh packages. As you navigate through rapids ranging from Grades I to III, you will have the opportunity to witness the mesmerizing beauty of gorges, surrounded by rugged mountains and towering cliffs. The experience of conquering the ever-changing waters and the breathtaking views along the river banks creates an unparalleled thrill. 

2. Camel Safari in Ladakh 

Embarking on a camel safari is an incredibly unique activity that you can experience as part of your Ladakh packages. During the safari, you will have the opportunity to explore the stunning and desolate terrains of the Nubra Valley, from Hundar to Diskit. As you journey through this remarkable landscape, you will be accompanied by the gentle Bactrian camel, known for its two humps. While sitting on the camel, you can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and admire the majestic sight of these animals gracefully navigating through the sand dunes. 

3. Camping under the Stars

Ensure you don't miss the opportunity to camp in Ladakh beneath the breathtaking starry night sky. This adventure is an absolute must-have in your Ladakh travel packages. In the pristine wilderness of this union territory, there are picturesque locations such as Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri, where you can set up your tent. These places provide a breathtaking backdrop for this enchanting activity. Prepare to be captivated by the enchanting sight of the twilight unveiling a breathtaking display of shimmering stars. Their radiance is magnified by the pristine, unpolluted skies of Ladakh. The soothing sound of the nearby lakes will gently lull you to sleep in your cozy tent. 

4. Motorbiking Adventure 

While you are exploring the region with your Ladakh tour packages, I highly recommend indulging in a motorbiking adventure. This thrilling experience will surely provide an adrenaline rush like no other. You will be amazed by the stunning vistas of rugged landscapes and towering mountains, which provide a distinct perspective on the region's awe-inspiring natural beauty. 

5. Chadar Trek 

Experience the ultimate adventure during your Leh Ladakh tour by embarking on the Chadar Trek, an exhilarating journey leading you across the frozen Zanskar River. In this place, you have the opportunity to admire the landscape that undergoes a stunning transformation into a breathtaking white canvas during winter, with temperatures dropping to minus 30 degrees. As you cautiously navigate the icy terrain during this 9-day trek, the glossy surface of the ice reflects the azure sky, producing a truly enchanting sight. The test of endurance is made worthwhile by the stunning surroundings. 

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FAQs about Ladakh

When traveling to Ladakh, there are a variety of tourist attractions as well as hidden gems that you must visit. A week or eight days is an adequate amount of time for a tour of Ladakh.

Yes, towns and villages in Ladakh are equipped with internet connectivity. In the Leh Area, you can access a comprehensive network and high-speed 4G internet connectivity.

No, snow is not typically found in Ladakh during the month of May. You will only find compacted ice and not freshly fallen snow.

January is the coldest month in Ladakh, with temperatures ranging from -2°C to -14°C. 

In order to travel to certain places in the Ladakh region, such as Rohtang Pass, Nubra Valley, and Pangong Lake, it is necessary to obtain inner line permits. If you travel to Rohtang early in the morning, there is a possibility that there will be no one available to check your permit. However, it is advisable to obtain your permits. To visit Nubra and Pangong, you will need two permits for each location. 

To reach Nubra Valley, you will pass through Khardungla, which is known as the highest motorable road in the world. It is not advisable to give such a high altitude twice. Spend some time enjoying the serenity of Nubra Valley, a region known for its beauty and magnificence.