Ladakh Tour Packages From Mumbai
The cold desert of Ladakh with its stark mountains, serene lakes and clear blue skies is like a poet’s dream. Our Ladakh tour packages from Mumbai make this dream come true in front of your eyes. Whether you wish to ride up to Leh from Manali or fly over the highest mountains in the world, our Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Mumbai make you travel to this paradise whichever way you wish. From tapping your feet with the masked dancers at Hemis to camping beside the Pangong Lake, with us you get to experience Ladakh in the most unique ways.Read More
Top Selling Packages of Ladakh from Mumbai
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Mesmerizing Leh By Air from Mumbai
- Nubra Valley(1)
- Pangong Lake(1)
Aug, Jul, Jun, Sep
Monastery visits, Photography, Local Culture, Jeep safari, Sightseeing
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Leh from Delhi by Road (Ex. Mumbai)
Aug, Jul, Jun, Sep
Jeep safari, Local Culture, Photography, Monastery visits, Sightseeing
Planned for 278 customers
Leh from Srinagar by Road (Ex. Mumbai)
- Nubra Valley(1)
- Pangong Lake (1)
Aug, Jul, Jun, Sep
Monastery visits, Sightseeing, Local Culture, Photography, Jeep safari
Ladakh, the centre of Tibetan Buddhism in the state of Jammu and Kashmir is ethereal to say the least. The beauty of this place is to be felt, not seen. Lakes reflect the blue of the sky, mountains shine in the glory of the sun, and rivers tell stories of the land; Ladakh is certainly one of the most beautiful regions in the world. The cold desert is not just geographically mesmerising, its culture too is completely intriguing. Its various Buddhist monasteries with meditating monks, festivals and murals, captivate the mind. By making your journey from Mumbai to Ladakh with Roads Less Travelled, your experience of all these facets of Ladakh is enriched further by several notches.Best time to visit Leh Ladakh
Roads Less Travelled’s Ladakh packages are customised according to both summers and winters, offering you the best way to explore the region according to the season.Temperature
- Summers (June to September) – Minimum: 5° C, Maximum: 30° C
- Winters (October to May) – Minimum: -25° C, Maximum: -1° C
Roads Less Travelled’s Ladakh packages are customised according to both summers and winters, offering you the best way to explore the region according to the season.RLT’s Local Office
With our local office being in Leh, you can always be assured of assistance being only a call away.Permits Required
According to recent government guidelines, Indian tourists no more require permits to visit inner line areas like Pangong, Tsokar and Tso Moriri Lakes, Nubra Valley and Dha hanu etc. Only photo identity proofs issued by the government of India (Passport, Driving License, Voter Id, PAN card etc.) are needed to visit these beautiful sites. However, foreign tourists, still need to get permits for visiting these areas.
By Air: You can catch a flight from Delhi to Leh. Flights from Delhi operate daily to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, which is one of the highest airports in the world. You will first have to fly to Delhi from Mumbai a night before in order to catch the flight from Delhi to Leh next morning.
By Road: There are two road routes to reach Leh.
While coming back from Leh, you can either take a road trip to Delhi or Chandigarh via Manali, or fly to Delhi and then catch your flight back to Mumbai from there.However, both these highways get closed in winters due to heavy snowfall.
- Pangong Tso: : The crystal clear water of Ladakh’s most famous lake changes colour throughout the day, making it one of the most beautiful and enchanting sights which your eyes can simply never get enough of.
- Nubra Valley: The Nubra Valley is a tri-armed valley which is a proper desert with sand dunes. The Nubra River that flows in between the valley gives it a tranquil charm. This valley that separates the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges is also famous for its double humped Bactrian Camels.
- Lamayuru: Lamayuru that is situated on the Kargil-Leh highway can also be referred as Moon Land because of its Lunar or Moon like landscape. It is popular for its 11th century Lamayuru monastery that is one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh.
- Hemis:Hemis is famous for the Hemis National Park, which is home to the endangered Snow Leopard apart from other fascinating animals like Ibex, Marmots etc. It is situated only 40 km from Leh and visited for its Hemis Monastery that celebrates the vibrant Hemis festival in the months of June-July
- Alchi: Situated on the bank of the Indus River, Alchi is a small village in Leh district and houses the Alchi monastery, famous for its exquisite murals.
- Nimoo: Is where you get to see ‘Sangam’, the confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers.
- Hall of Fame: ‘The Hall of Fame’, displays the stories of the brave soldiers who lost their lives in the Indo-Pak wars, and also has a museum that exhibits the culture, art, flora and fauna of Kashmir.
- Magnetic Hill: The Magnetic Hill pulls cars up the hill with its magnetic properties.
- Ride to the highest motor-able road – Khardung La.
- Learn about the Ladakhi lifestyle at a homestay.
- Indulge in meditation and yoga.
- Dance with the Masked Dancers at Hemis monastery
- Do river rafting or kayaking on the Zanskar or Indus rivers.
- Ride a bike till Pangong Tso.
- Trek till Tso Moriri and meet the nomads with their animals on the way.
- Cycle around Ladakh.
- Take part in a camel safari along the ancient silk route.
- Go for Chadar trek- walk on the frozen Zanskar river.
Reach Delhi a night before the morning you are supposed to catch your flight to Leh.
For flying back to Mumbai from Delhi, book a flight late in the evening or night, to avoid any inconvenience in case your flight from Leh to Delhi gets delayed due to Ladakh’s weather problems.Some Ladakhi Words
- Hello, goodbye, thank you : Julley
- How are you? : Khamzang le?
- I am well : Khamzang in le
- What is your name? : Nyerangi ming chi in le?
- My name is: Nge ming le
- Where do you come from? : Nyerang kane in le?
- I come from Mumbai: Nga Mumbai ne in le
- I understand: Hago le!
- Do you understand? : Hago a
- I do not understand: Hamago le