Unmatched Beauty and Unlimited Adventure at the Land of High Passes.
Home to numerous treks, Ladakh is one of the best place for trekking in the Himalayas.
The rugged trails and the winding roads are perfect for mountain biking adventure.
Ladakh is home to many mountain peaks, and is perfect for peak climbing.
The meandering roads of Ladakh makes it the top motor biking destination in India.
Ladakh, considered as one of the best places for Buddhism in India.
Ladakh is home to a number of exotic animals and bird species that roam around the land.
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The Land of High Passes, Ladakh, the newly created Union Territory in India (previously a part of Jammu & Kashmir), boasts a landscape that can leave you with your jaws dropped. It is a place where the landscape changes dramatically; it is truly astonishing to see the mountains, snow, cold desert, alpine meadows and lakes at a short distance from each other. Tourism in Ladakh is an absolute delight for nature lovers as well as adventurers.
Adorned with the lofty barren mountains, Ladakh is home to some of the highest motorable passes like Khardung La (5359 m), Marsimik La (5582 m), and Chang La (5360 m), and alpine lakes like Pangong Tso (4350 m) and Tso Moriri (4522 m). Ladakh is further divided into three regions - Leh, Nubra, and Zanskar, and each region has several places to see.
Ladakh is majorly popular amongst the adventurers who feel welcomed by the number of adrenaline rushing activities offered here. The union territory is amongst the top trekking destinations in India with amazing and unmatched treks like the popular Frozen River Trek/Chadar Trek. Ladakh also has opportunities for mountaineering, motor biking, mountain biking, white water rafting and more.
Adding to its exceptional beauty are the ancient Buddhist monasteries that are mostly nestled in the mountains and are thousands of years old. These monasteries make for the Buddhist pilgrimage destinations in Ladakh and also act as important cultural centres where major religious festivals take place.
In our Ladakh Travel Guide, we add all the information you need to know before planning a trip. Our authentic Ladakh travel guide includes information on the top places to visit, must visit tourist attractions, best things to do and top places to stay in Ladakh.
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The summer season is between April and June in Ladakh, when the temperature ranges between 5°C and 25°C. The month of May marks the beginning of tourist season in Ladakh
Since Ladakh falls in a high-altitude region, it receives no to very little rain between July and September. This is the best time to visit Ladakh
Winter season is from October to February in Ladakh. The entire region receives heavy snowfall which sometimes leads to the blocking of roads. Nonetheless, Ladakh is accessible during winter via flights.
The capital city, Leh, has numerous attractions including Shanti Stupa and a beautiful market.
Home to an alpine cold desert, the 33-meter statue of Jampa, and Bactrian Camels, Nubra Valley is a must-see in Ladakh.
An offbeat and lesser-visited side of Ladakh, Zanskar is primarily known for its Frozen River Trek.
The second largest town in Ladakh, Kargil is primarily known for its Kargil War and the War Memorial.
Called the Gateway to Ladakh, Drass is also known as the second coldest inhabited place in the world.
Home to numerous treks, Ladakh is one of the best destinations in
The rugged trails and the winding roads are perfect for adventurers who enjoy mountain biking.
Ladakh is home to many mountain peaks, and is perfect for peak climbing.
Ladakh offers the opportunity to enjoy river rafting on its two important rivers, Zanskar and Indus
The adventure of jeep safari in Ladakh is both thrilling and comfortable at the same time.
Ladakh is unarguably, a photographer’s delight as it has multiple beautiful aspects to be covered by nature photographers, culture photographers.
One of the oldest and richest monasteries in Ladakh, Hemis is known for its annual religious festival
Built to promote world peace and prosperity as well as to commemorate 2500 years of Buddhism, Shanti Stupa is the major attraction in Leh.
The highest motorable pass in the world, Khardung La is a major attraction in Ladakh.
Situated at an altitude of 4350 m, Pangong Lake is amongst the top tourist attractions in Ladakh
Tso Moriri Lake in Ladakh is the kind of place, which, when you visit it, feel that Nature had kept it zealously guarded lest some mortal soul.
India’s largest national park by area, Hemis National Park is home to a rich variety of flora & fauna.
Ladakh has its own airport which connects it to the major cities of India.
The nearest railway station to Ladakh is in Jammu that operates regular trains to many destinations in India.
Srinagar-Leh Highway (NH 1) and Leh-Manali Highway are the two routes to reach Ladakh by road.
Ladakh is located in the Western Himalayas of Northern India. It is bordered by Tibet to the east, Himachal Pradesh to the south, Jammu & Kashmir and the Pakistan-administered Gilgit-Baltistan to the west. It extends from the Siachen Glacier in the Karakoram Range to the north to the main Great Himalayas to the south. The eastern end of it consists of the uninhabited Aksai Chin plains. The elevation of Ladakh ranges from 2550m to 7742m. The longitude and latitude of Ladakh are 34°10′12″N 77°34′48″E.
Domestic tourists as well as international tourists require an inner line permit (ILP) and are required to pay for it in the form of Environment Fee of INR 400. The ILP is valid for 1 week for foreigners as well as Indians.
June to September is considered the best time to visit Ladakh. During these months, Ladakh has pleasant weather and temperature ranging between 20℃ and 35℃. Trekkers, who like to do the Frozen River Trek and Snow Leopard Trek like to visit in the winter season in Ladakh.
There are two ways to reach Ladakh: airways and roadways. Ladakh has a domestic airport in Leh. Ladakh is connected extremely well by roads with two neighbouring states of Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. NH1 from Kashmir and Leh-Manali Highway from Himachal connect Ladakh with these two states by road.
Yes, it is absolutely safe to visit Ladakh, however, if you are physically unwell, you should consult your doctor before planning a trip. It is also recommended to give full one day for acclimatisation when you reach Ladakh.
Yes, people from all the countries can visit Ladakh. However, citizens of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Hongkong need permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Yes, TMI offers all kinds of adventure tours in Ladakh including trekking, mountain biking, motor biking, peak climbing, and river rafting.
The airport in Ladakh is situated in its capital city, Leh.
Card payments are accepted at selected places in Ladakh; therefore, it is better to carry cash to avoid inconvenience.
An experienced Ladakh tour operator, with a team of an experienced travel enthusiast ensure to give our clients well-designed Leh Ladakh tour packages.
We are certified by major tour and travel associations in India and world like IATA, IATO, TAAI, IMF & MOT (Ministry of Tourism, Govt of India).
TMI has received numerous accolades from its happy customers for its excellent services and best Ladakh holidays.
We have local office in Ladakh for our customers to find assistance anytime and anywhere.
Popular amongst tourists, Ladakh has become a comfortable home for many and an adventure hotspot for others. Thus, it has developed itself as a destination with a variety of places to stay. Leh, the capital city of Ladakh, contributes with the largest number of hotels & resorts to stay. One can even find heritage hotels, homestays and even small hostels as an accommodation option in Leh.
In Nubra Valley, one can find fewer hotels but numerous camping options in every budget. In Zanskar Region, the accommodation is mostly available in budget category and in the form of homestays and camps. In Pangong, one of the major tourism spots in Ladakh, a large number of tented accommodation and homestays can be found.
Tour My India is associated with the top hotels and resorts in Ladakh and offers the best deals & discounts on hotels booking in Ladakh.
Ladakh is an adventurer’s paradise. It is home to some incredible trails that are perfect for trekking and hiking; lofty mountains for mountaineering; furious rivers for river rafting; and amazing roads and dirt paths for that adrenaline rushing mountain and motor biking adventure.
This Himalayan destination is also rich in the number of Buddhist monasteries that are also the cultural centres which make them the perfect places for performing pilgrimage and enjoying cultural tours.