Ladakh with its gorgeous and challenging landscape makes for an amazing trekking destination in the Indian Himalayas. The best part is trekking in Ladakh is hassle-free as there are fewer places where you require an Inner Line Permit. Almost all the treks in Ladakh can be done without the requirement of a permit.
The permit has to be applied at the DC Office in Leh with required fees. It can be applied through a registered travel agent in Leh or through the official website of Leh administration.
All domestic tourists can get a Ladakh tourist permit issued by the DC Office in Leh with required fees. The permit can also be applied online through the official website of Leh administration.
Pangong Tso, Nubra Valley, Khardung La, Tso Moriri, Turtuk, and Dah Hanu Villages are the places for which Inner Line Permit is required in Ladakh.
Ladakh Inner Line Permit Fee:
Environment Fee: INR 300
Red Cross Fund Fee: INR 100
Ladakh tourist permit is valid for 1 week for both, domestic and international travellers.