Whether you are a solo traveler or you are the one who loves to travel with their flock of peers, every one of us has a list of must-visit places in our lifetime. And, Ladakh is that one place! Located in the North-Indian territory of Jammu and Kashmir and bounded by the Great Himalayas on one side and the Karakoram range on the other, Ladakh is widely known for its awe-inspiring landscape and unique culture. Despite its lack of modern infrastructure, luxurious hotel facilities and with the most treacherous roads in the world, Ladakh tour packages are some of the best-selling holiday packages in India. Ladakh evokes the visions of some Martian landscape. With towering mountains, ancient Tibetan monasteries, shimmering lakes, welcoming locals, and elusive wildlife, Ladakh remains on the top of the bucket list of many adventure seekers. The thrill of crossing high-altitude passes on a bike, the joy of seeing surreal lakes like Pangong, the panoramic views from monasteries perched on a hill, and the taste of local cuisine doesn’t fade quickly after spending a holiday in Ladakh. It’s a destination that attracts nature lovers, adventurers, honeymooners, and families alike. The second largest district of the country, the cold desert of Leh is well connected to major cities of India via transports of air, rail, and road. Ladakh tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, or Kolkata offer travelers a chance to explore the stark yet beautiful landscape of one of the most beautiful places in India. Also known as the “Land of High Passes”, and “The Top of the World” Ladakh is a dream destination for travelers from all over the world. Unforgettable landscapes, crystal clear blue lakes, picture perfect gompas, spinning prayer wheels, colorful fluttering prayer flags, and dramatic rugged mountains are a must-see for all travel and mountaineering enthusiasts. Sitting at the height of 9,800 ft, Ladakh is a high-altitude cold desert surrounded by great mountain ranges and massive glaciers and receives very less amount of annual rainfall. The best time to visit Ladakh for a fun-filled vacation extends from April until September including the peak season from May to June when tourists from all around the globe choose economical Leh-Ladakh holiday packages. During these months, the maximum temperature fluctuates between 14oC – 18oC. Thrill-seekers avail adventurous Leh-Ladakh tour packages for the months of winter i.e. December to February when the temperature drops below 0oC, especially for Zanskar Chadar trek. Enjoy outdoor thrills in Nubra Valley, swimming and camping at Pangong Lake, and click selfies at Khardung La Pass on your holidays in Leh. Make your getaway to Ladakh special by availing our all-inclusive itineraries. Go through our list of all-inclusive packages to Leh Ladakh mentioned below and enjoy a hassle-free trip to Leh Ladakh.
Day 1: Welcome to Leh
You and your spouse will be assisted to your hotel upon arrival at Leh Airport. Enjoy the enchanting scenic beauty of the place that will make you forget about time. Upon reaching, check-in at the hotels, freshen up and relax so that you can acclimatize with the high altitudes and enjoy the tour without being fatigued. Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel in Leh. Tip: Beware of Acute mountain sickness. Make sure to consume a lot of water and get maximum sleep to avoid any troubles. If headache or breathing issue persists, inform the hotel staff.
Day 2: A Day Trip to Pangong Tso
On the second day, you’ll make a journey of 5 to 6 hours and visit the famous Pangong Lake located some 140 km away from Leh. On the way you’ll cross the world’s third highest motorable road Chang La. Known for its surreal palette of vivid blues, Pangong Tso was used as a film set for the 2009 Bollywood hit “The Three Idiots”. Also, the romantic milieu of the place is highly recommended for couples. Come back to Leh in the evening. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Leh.
Day 3: Leh to Khardung La Day trip
Fuel yourself with a healthy breakfast in the morning & start off your journey to the world’s highest motorable road Khardungla. Enjoy a cup of piping hot tea and Maggi at the highest Maggi point in the world as you appreciate the beauty of the landscape. Reach Leh by late afternoon and you can spend the rest of the day at the Leh market. At night have your dinner and lay your head at your hotel in Leh. Distance from Leh to Khardung La: 40 km Travel time (Leh to Khardung La): 1 hour Tip: Have Maggi and tea at the world’s highest Maggi point in Khardung La.
Day 4: Leh Sightseeing
Today you have the entire day to explore the charming valley of Leh town. Start your visit with the famous Shanti Stupa and later visit Leh Palace and Hall of Fame. There are also other monasteries that you can cover and later in the afternoon end your day with a visit to the Leh market. Buy your special one some trinkets or other souvenirs to take back home.
Day 5: Leh to Kargil via Sham Valley
On the fifth day of your Leh Ladakh tour itinerary, head out to Kargil. On the way, you’ll cross Sham Valley that’s laden with numerous attractions like; Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Namkila, Fotu La, Indus Confluence, Magnetic Hill, Lamayuru monastery and Alchi monastery. Reach Kargil by the evening and check into your hotel for the night. Distance from Leh to Kargil: 244 km Travel Time (Leh to Kargil): Approx. 6-7 hours
Day 6: Kargil to Srinagar via Sonmarg
After breakfast, drive down to Srinagar via “Meadow of Gold”, Sonmarg and the world’s coldest inhabited place, Drass. This journey is perhaps one of the most beautiful in your tour till now, so keep your camera handy and make sure to have the most out of it. You’ll reach Srinagar in the evening where you’ll either check into your hotel or houseboat to spend the night. Distance from Kargil to Srinagar: 230 km Travel Time (Kargil to Srinagar): 8-10 hours
Day 7: Leave for home
After breakfast, check-out as you will be transferred to the airport/ railway station to board a flight back home.