Day 1 : Leh Arrival
Day 2 : Local Leh Sightseeing
At the hotel, get up and enjoy breakfast.
Head to the Leh local attractions after breakfast.
Visit the Shanti Stupa, Magnetic Hills, the Hall of Fame, and the Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, among other locations. Unstructured evening for recreation and acclimatisation.
Check out some of the nearby eateries and the local Leh market.
By nightfall, return to the hotel.
Overnight in Leh after dinner
Day 3 : Leh - Nubra Valley | Khardung La Diskit Monastery
Day 4 : Nubra Valley to Turtuk
Day 5 : Nubra to Pangong Lake
Post Breakfast start your journey to the famous Pangong Tso .
Pangong Tso which is perhaps one of the most amazing lakes
in Asia changes its color 4 - 5 times a day.
The Pangong lake is considered as the largest lake in Asia.
With a backdrop of mountains of various hues and colours, it is a sight for the gods. At an elevation of 4300 meters, the air is cool even in summers at Ladakh.
Overnight stay and Dinner in Pangong.
Day 6 : Pangong Tso to Leh
Day 7 : Departure from Leh
Leh is a dream destination for many travellers in India and even for those who are visiting from overseas. It is not just a destination for solo travelers but has so much to offer to young travellers, families and couples alike. Leh is famous for its high altitudes and numerous passes connecting various locations in this difficult terrain. To explore the best tourist places in Leh, one must visit this frozen paradise to explore its secrets and admire its breath-taking beauty. Leh is a dream destination for many travellers and the holy grail for the adventure enthusiasts. If you are a photography enthusiast then Leh is the paradise you have been waiting for all your life. There isn’t much to offers in terms of nature or wildlife photography, but what you can capture instead is a vast empty canvas that you can pain.
The best time to visit Ladakh is in the monsoon season between June and September, as it is a dry spot in the country with constant rain. Most of the year is like when the roads are closed after the Mid of September because of the Snowfall and because of the cold weather. But From June to September, you will mesmerize by the mountains and the landscapes in the sunny weather every single day as you are closer to the sun and higher up at 3,500 meters.
Ladakh is located at a high altitude, nearly 11,500 feet above sea level. At this altitude people often find difficulty in breathing or are likely to fall prey to altitude sickness. It happens due to a low level of atmospheric oxygen. It is advisable to give yourself enough time to acclimatize before engaging in any physical activity.
There are varieties of accommodations available in Ladakh. The region is sprawling with innumerable hotels, guest houses, homestays, and hostels. People can easily find accommodation in Ladakh without any hassle.
T-shirts and shorts are good clothing options during the daytime but after the sunsets the climate gets chilly and one requires a jacket and pullover. If you are trekking to the peaks of 4000 meters above sea level, you need warm woolen clothes. Rain and snowfall can take place in June and July and if you are traveling in this season then you should carry windcheaters and raincoats. If you are into trekking, a pair of waterproof shoes is a must.
We do not recommend anyone to bring a trolley bag as it takes a lot of space. And from the parking place to your room you need to carry your own luggage so it won’t be convenient with trolley bags.
To acclimatize to the weather of Ladakh you need at least a natural rest of 48 hours.
With temperatures ranging from -2°C to -14°C, January is the coldest month in Ladakh.
The distance of Delhi to Leh Ladakh by road via Leh-Manali Highway is around 1011 km and the total travel time is approximately 24 hours.
Ladakh is about 3000 meters or 9800 feet above mean sea level.
Leh Airport is 3km from Ladakh.
Leh is recognized for its beautiful scenery, Buddhist temples, and natural beauty. Leh is often known as Little Tibet or the Land of Lamas because of the great influence of Tibetan Buddhism.
No, no such documents are necessary for Indian citizens.
Yes, Ladakh is absolutely safe to visit as there is no active conflict in the area.
Yes, towns and villages in Ladakh have internet connectivity.