Ladakh Tour Packages

The scenic beauty of the Moonland on Earth, Ladakh can be explored in the best possible way through the Ladakh Tour Packages. To get a flexible and unique touring experience, choose the right kind of package from the top selling Tour Packages of Ladakh. These customized Holiday Packages can meet your travel needs and requirement for a hassle free journey.

Our range of Tour Packages for Ladakh include 16 Popular Tour Packages to serve your purpose of traveling to Ladakh. These packages will help you discover the place in your own way whether it is a romantic trip, an adventurous or a holiday trip. Its scenic beauty and uneven landscape at a higher altitudes, Ladakh is called the Moonland on Earth. Ladakh is panoramic region in the northern state of India in the east of Indian State of Jammu & Kashmir. It borders with Tibet in China. It is located between the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges.

If in search of solitude and peace, Ladakh is the most suitable region in India. Serenity in picturesque landscapes at higher altitude, ladakh is a most sought after tourist destination with various captivating spots of natural beauty beside a number of Buddhist Monasteries and Gompas. If interested in Buddhist meditation as well, you choose the right destination in Ladakh.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to visit Ladakh is during summer (April to June). Some tourists prefer autumn season too (mid-September - mid-October)

The nearest airport is in Leh (KushokBakulaRimpochee Airport). You can also find buses from Manali and Srinagar. The nearest railway station is 700 km away in Tawi (least chosen option). You can also hire jeeps and taxis from surrounding regions.
Ladakh is one of the divisions of Jammu and Kashmir state. Leh is the capital city of Ladakh. Ladakh is divided into two major regions; Leh and Kargil.

LehLadakh is famous for Buddhist culture, exotic mountainous nature, adventure sports, handicraft items, festivals, and others.

The best way to reach LehLadakh is via fight from Delhi. If you are looking for cheaper options, board a bus from Manali or Shimla.

Ladakh is safe from any violent unrest or political outbursts. Ladakh is safer to visit for solo travelers too. However, being alert about your surroundings is always a best choice at all destinations.

Ladakh and regions around it are all open for tourists, except Zangskar. The route between Khardong-La Pass and Nubra will be closed in winter and ocassionally in Spring due to heavy rainfall.

Yes, Ladakh is a hill station. It is the highest plateau found in India. It lays along the hill regions of Himalayas.

Top tourist attractions of Ladakh are Pangong Tso, NubraValey, Thiksay Monastery, Moriri Tso, Leh, Diskit Village, Khardung La, Kargil, and others. Ladakh is also famous for numerous mountain passes, monasteries and gompas.

A strong engine and high-power mountain bike like Royal Enfield, Fazer, Pulsar, Hero Impulse, Duke, and others is best for taking up a bike tour to Ladakh. You need an engine of 350 CC or above for a good trip.

The famous dishes to try in Ladakh are chutagi (dumpling soup), skew (soup), butter tea, momos, thukpa (noodle soup), Tsampa (ground and roasted barley), Tapu, and others.

January is the coldest time in Leh. The average high temperature recorded during January is -2 degrees C (28.7 degree F) and the average low temperature is -14 degrees C (6.1 degrees F).

Since October 2019, Ladakh is a union territory. Ladakh has two districts; Leh and Kargil.

If you are looking for a short trip, two days and three nights will give you an introduction to the land. If you are looking for road trip and adventure activities, 7-8 days would be required. This includes travelling time too.

The spoken languages (official languages too) of Ladakh are Ladakhi, Urdu, Tibetan, and Balti. However, among locals, Tibetan is quite common.

Top souvenirs to buy from Leh Ladakh are Pashmina shawls, woolen articles, Tibetan handicrafts, stone jewelries, silver articles, Kashmiri carpets, Tibetan jewelry, apricot oil, apricot jam, and others.