Ladakh is popularly known as "land of high passes" and is situated in Jammu and Kashmir. This region of Northern India has less population. The pollution free atmosphere with picturesque beauty draws numerous tourists from all over the world to Ladakh. It is well known for its snow capped mountains and rich culture (influenced by Tibetan culture), lush vegetation, exotic wildlife, beautiful flora and fauna and ancient monasteries.
Ladakh has two different routes allowing the entry of tourists and visitors, which include Sirnagar-Leh Highway and Leh-Manali Highway. Ladakh can be visited from Kashmir through the Srinagar-Leh highway. This route remains open from the month of May till October or November.
The other route to reach Ladakh is the Manali-Leh Highway, which remains open from the month of June to late October allowing traffic. This route came into existence in 1989.
There’s a domestic airport at Leh that connects the city with Delhi. Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport has access to flights such as Jet Airways or Indian Airlines from Delhi, twice in a week. Also there is a flight that provides weekly service to Srinagar.
Ladakh doesn’t have any Railways but one of the railways is being proposed.
The beautiful land of Ladakh captivates its visitors through attractions like the Ariyan Village, Pangong Lake, Central Asian Museum, Shanti Stupa, Nubra Valley, Tsokar Lake, Leh Old Town, Zanskar Valley, Tsomoriri Lake, Hall of Fame and many more. These are never to miss attractions of the “Land of Passes”
Ladakh is frequented by tourists for its pilgrimage sites. It has numerous well-known and spectacular Monasteries and Gompas such as Alchi, Hemis Monastery, Likir Monastery, Rizdong Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Stakna Monastery, Tsemo Gompa, Spituk Monastery, Matho Gompa, Sankar Gompa, Wanla Gompa and others.
Adventurous people love to visit this place as it provides opportunities to various sports like trekking, rafting, mountaineering, cycling, camel, yak safari and jeep safari. This beautiful land of monasteries can be accessed easily through airways, railways and roadways. Ladakh is a place where peace drops in veil. Do visit this place once in a life time!
Ladakh has so much to offer its visitors beginning from the beautiful valleys to snow cladded peaks. Our range of exclusive Ladakh tour packages can cater your needs and requirements providing tours of 5 to 15 days covering all the major destinations.