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Ladakh Tour package

7 Days


  1. Geography and Landscape: Ladakh is situated between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. It is characterized by its rugged terrain, high-altitude desert, and barren mountains. The region is dotted with picturesque lakes, including the famous Pangong Lake and Tso Moriri Lake.
  2. Culture and Ethnicity: Ladakh is home to a unique blend of cultures, influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. The majority of the population in Ladakh practices Tibetan Buddhism, and there is a significant Tibetan influence in the region’s architecture, cuisine, and festivals. Ladakhi culture is also shaped by its proximity to Central Asia and its historical position on the ancient Silk Road.
  3. Tourism: Ladakh is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors from around the world who come to experience its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Popular activities for tourists include trekking, mountaineering, rafting, and exploring Buddhist monasteries. Leh, the largest town in Ladakh, serves as the main hub for tourists and provides access to various attractions in the region.
  4. Monasteries and Temples: Ladakh is renowned for its ancient Buddhist monasteries, which are perched on hilltops and cliffsides across the region. Some of the most famous monasteries include Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Diskit Monastery, and Lamayuru Monastery. These monasteries not only serve as religious centers but also offer insight into the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Ladakh.
  5. Challenges and Conservation: Despite its natural beauty, Ladakh faces various challenges, including environmental degradation, water scarcity, and issues related to sustainable development. Climate change has also begun to impact the region, with retreating glaciers and changes in weather patterns affecting local communities. Efforts are underway to promote responsible tourism and conservation initiatives to protect Ladakh’s fragile ecosystem.

Cost Inclusion

  • ✅Royal Enfield Himalayan 411CC Bike (For Rented Bike Option)
  • ✅ Riding Jacket, Gloves and Knee Guard for Bikers
  • ✅ Tempo/Innova Vehicle (For Tempo Traveller Option)
  • ✅ Sharing-based accommodation in Hotels/Camps/Guest houses (Triple Sharing)
  • ✅ 06 Breakfast + 06 Dinner (From Dinner on Day 02 till Breakfast on Day 06)
  • ✅ Experienced Motorbike Mechanic during the trip
  • ✅ Pangong, Nubra Permission fee
  • ✅ Wildlife & Environmental Fee
  • ✅ Oxygen Cylinder, Oximeter & Basic First Aid Kit
  • ✅ Backup Vehicle to Carry Luggage
  • ✅ All tolls during the Leh Ladakh Bike Trip
  • ✅ Memories of Life Time

Cost Exclusion

  • ❌ GST 5% (Service Tax)
  • ❌ Lunch is not included and any other meal than mentioned in the itinerary
  • ❌ Any insurance
  • ❌ Early check-in or late checkout rooms at any Guest House/ Camps
  • ❌ Any entry fees or Personal Expenses
  • ❌ Airport Transfers
  • ❌ Fuel for own Vehicle Option
  • ❌ Additional stays at any place except Itinerary will be chargeable.
  • ❌ Tips to driver, guide, hotel staff & representative.
  • ❌ Camera/video camera fee at monuments


Arrival at Leh airport and transferred to hotel. Check in Rooms, Complete day for acclimatizes. Dinner and Overnight stay in Hotel in Leh.

After breakfast, proceed to sightseeing of
Gurudwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Sangam the confluence of Indus and Zanskar River, Hall of fame, Spituk.
In Evening explore Shanti Stupa.
Dinner and Overnight stay in Hotel in Leh.

After breakfast, Check out Rooms, (Get your Inner line Permit from our Tour Leader / Driver)
Drive to Nubra Valley via Khardong La (Highest Motorable Road in the world 18380 feet)
In Nubra Valley explore Deskit Monastery and Hunder. (Hunder is the Cold Desert, where you can
Enjoy Paid Camel Safari of Double Humped Camels)
Check in Room / Camp, Dinner and Overnight stay in Camp / Hotel in Nubra Valley

After Breakfast, we will drive from hunder to Turtuk Village , it's a scenic drive along the shyok River. visit the Border view Point, explore the Thang Village and have your lunch brfore returning to hunder. Thang is the last village on the indian side of the Pakistan Border (3 hourse drive one way Approx)

After breakfast, check out Room/ Camp, drive Pangong Lake via Shayok River. Explore view of Pangong Lake.
Check in Camp, Dinner and Overnight stay in Camp in Pangong.

After breakfast, check out Camp, drive back to Leh. En-route explore Chang La Pass (17,350 ft). In Leh, explore Thiksey Monastery and Shey Monastery. (while coming Pangong to Leh) Check in Room, Dinner and Overnight stay in Hotel in Leh.

After breakfast, checkout your Hotel Rooms, and drop to Leh airport to broad flight back to destination. Journey ends.

What is the best time to visit Ladakh?

Ladakh is best visited during the summer months, from May to September, when the weather is relatively mild and the roads are open. However, some adventurous travelers also visit during the winter months to experience the region’s snow-covered landscapes and frozen lakes.

How do I get to Ladakh?

The most common way to reach Ladakh is by air. The Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh is the main airport serving the region and is well-connected to major cities in India such as Delhi, Mumbai, and Srinagar. Alternatively, you can also reach Ladakh by road from Manali or Srinagar, but these routes are subject to weather conditions and may be closed during the winter.

Do I need any permits to visit Ladakh?

Yes, Indian tourists as well as foreigners require permits to visit certain restricted areas in Ladakh, including Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake, and Tso Moriri Lake. These permits can be obtained from the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) office in Leh or through registered travel agencies.

What should I pack for a trip to Ladakh?

It’s essential to pack appropriate clothing for the unpredictable weather in Ladakh, including warm layers, waterproof jackets, sturdy walking shoes, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Additionally, don’t forget to carry any necessary medications, as medical facilities may be limited in some areas.

Is altitude sickness a concern in Ladakh?

Yes, altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness (AMS) can be a concern for visitors to Ladakh, as many parts of the region are situated at high altitudes. It’s essential to acclimatize gradually by spending a few days in Leh or other lower-altitude areas before heading to higher elevations. Drinking plenty of water, avoiding alcohol, and taking it easy during the first few days can help prevent altitude sickness.

What are some must-visit attractions in Ladakh?

Some of the must-visit attractions in Ladakh include Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, Tso Moriri Lake, Diskit Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, and Magnetic Hill. Additionally, adventurous travelers can explore remote villages, go trekking in the Markha Valley, or embark on a road trip along the scenic Manali-Leh Highway or Srinagar-Leh Highway.

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Ladakh Tour package