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Ladakh Holiday Packages

There are several reasons why Ladakh has gained so much popularity among travellers over the past few years. There are some stunning sights to see, incredible adventures to indulge in, local flavours to savour and wonderful memories to take back home. If there is hiking and river rafting opportunities, then there are also some old monasteries to visit.

From the stunning Pangong Lake to the rugged hills of Kargil, there is something that excites every traveller. Ladakh celebrates some of the finest festivals and some of the noteworthy ones are the Sindhu Darshan and the Ladakh Festival. Given that the region is open only for a few months in the year; more and more people plan their trips beforehand and hence, there is a huge rush.


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Ladakh Guide

  • Shopping in Ladakh

    There is a lot to experience in Ladakh and there is just as much to shop as well. Apricots and sea-buckthorns grow here in abundance, which is why tourists must taste some. These are often converted into juices and jams, and the same can be carried back home. There are several traditional clothes, handicrafts and paintings available that make for ideal souvenirs. Locally made teapots are wonderful to use for serving tea or just as decorative pieces. Local artisans are also quite talented with wood and the carvings done by them are quite exquisite.

  • Restaurants in Ladakh

    Over the past few years, Ladakh has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. With a huge influx of national and international travellers, there are plenty of eating options on offer. Local bakeries offer fresh breads, which are often enjoyed with locally prepared apricot jams. Some of the other delicacies that must be enjoyed are thukpa, sku, pava and khambir. Chopsticks, Gesmo and Tibetan Kitchen are names of few of the best restaurants.

  • Things to do in Ladakh

    There is a lot to do in Ladakh, and some of the most popular things to do are trekking, hiking and mountain climbing. Adventure enthusiasts can try their hand at river rafting or even cycling on the narrow mountain roads. For those who prefer simple sightseeing to adventurous activities, there are a number of monasteries and old buildings around. The one place that should not be missed is the stunning Pangong Lake.

  • How To Reach Ladakh

    By Road: There are regular buses to Leh from Srinagar and Manali. In addition, tourists can hire motorbikes or private taxis to travel to and within Ladakh.

    By Rail: There is no train service in Ladakh, which means that tourists will have to travel to Delhi, Chandigarh or Jammu. From there, tourists can complete the remaining of the journey by road.

    By Air: During tourist season, which is from May to October, all major airlines operate flights to Leh, which is the district headquarters. Tourists can take flights from Delhi, Chandigarh and Mumbai.

  • Weather in Ladakh

    Ladakh has very severe weather conditions and during the winter season the entire area is out of reach of tourists. The only time of the year that tourists can come here is between May and October.


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