Leh Ladakh Road Trip Packages
Ladakh has been bestowed with impeccable beauty at every single step, and so have been the roads that lead to it. Our Ladakh Road Trip Packages give you an excellent chance to explore this land of natural marvel, up and close. The high altitude Himalayan roads that lead to Ladakh are inhabitable and mostly deserted for miles. It is not easy to find food, fuel and accommodation on the way. But if you plan your Leh Ladakh Road Trip with us, your accommodation, fuel refill, food, sightseeing, medical exigencies and comfort will be completely our responsibility. Whether you want to drive from Manali, or come cruising through the roads of Srinagar, our Leh Ladakh Road Trip makes sure that you get all the thrill and fun that you want.Read More
Best Selling Leh Ladakh Road Trip Packages
Ladakh is a cold desert lying in the rain shadow region of the Trans Himalayas. Beautiful is too small an adjective that can describe it. A Jeep Safari is the best way to explore Ladakh and the surrounding region. The roads, one of the highest motor-able ones in the world, offer splendid views of snow capped mountains, speeding rivers, beautiful streams, and other enchanting sights of pristine Himalayan beauty, making the journey as much fun as the destination. Camp beside the Pangong Tso, ride through some of the highest passes in the world, speed your bike up on the highway, or take rapid strides on your bicycle from Manali, get the best out of your journey to Ladakh with our Leh Ladakh Road Trip.
Explore the ethereal land of Kashmir in its complete beauty by driving from Delhi to Leh via Srinagar. Alternatively, ride up to Leh from Manali, and then drive to Srinagar, to Jammu and finally to Delhi. Both of these routes for the Leh Ladakh Road Trip are unique in themselves. Bid adieu to all your anxieties as our Leh Ladakh Road Trip takes care of all your accommodation, food, vehicle fuel, sightseeing, safety, medical and other needs. Also, make friends for life by going on the Leh Ladakh Road Trip.Best time to visit
The best time to visit Ladakh is between June to September as days are relatively warmer, both Manali and Srinagar highways are open, and all major tourists spots like Pangong Tso are open for visitors.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.
There are two road routes to reach Leh.
Indian tourists require only government issued photo identity cards (Passport, drving license etc.) for visiting inner line areas like Pangong Tso, Dha Hanu and Nubra. Foreign tourists however require permits to visit these areas.
- Pangong Tso: : The Pangong Tso lake is one of the major tourist attractions in Ladakh. Its crystal clear water that keeps changing colour throughout the day makes it one of the most beautiful lakes in the country.
- Nubra Valley:The tri-armed Nubra Valley is a cold desert with the Nubra River flowing in between the arid land. The Nubra valley separates the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges and is famous for its double humped Bactrian Camels.
- Lamayuru: Lamayuru is famous for its Lunar or Moon like landscape. Its Lamayuru monastery, built in the 11th century, is one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh. It is situated on the Kargil-Leh highway.
- Hemis: Hemis is famous for the Hemis Monastery and Hemis National Park. While the former is popular for the Hemis festival celebrated in the month of July, the latter is known for its endangered Snow Leopard.
- Alchi: Alchi is a small village in Leh district on the banks of the Indus River. It is famous for the centuries old Alchi monastery, renowned for its ancient wall paintings.
- Nimoo: Nimoo is the beautiful confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers.
- Hall of Fame: ‘The Hall of Fame’ displays stories of the brave soldiers who lost their lives in the Indo-Pak, and is a must visit for every Indian. It also has a museum exhibiting the culture, art, flora and fauna of Kashmir.
- Magnetic Hill: The Magnetic Hill, as the name suggests has magnetic properties that pull cars up the hill with its force.
- Learn about the Ladakhi lifestyle at a homestay.
- Drive to Khardung-la, the world’s highest motor able pass.
- Practice meditation and yoga.
- Dance with the Mask Dancers at Hemis monastery.
- Go river rafting or kayaking on the Zanskar or Indus rivers.
- Ride a bike till Pangong Tso.
- Trek till Tso Moriri and meet nomads on your 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.