Ladakh India

Ladakh India

Ladakh India is located in the extreme north of the country in Himalaya. Visit Ladakh is an ultimate experience for everyone. Ladakh India is an ultimate tourist destination for you. Ladakh India is considered to be located at the roof top of the world. It is positioned in an inhospitable high altitude desert situated on the eastern side of Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh India is popularly called as Little Tibet due to its predominant Tibetan cultural presence in this region. Buddhism is the main religion here practiced by most of its inhabitants.

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Ladakh Trip is an ultimate experience for the visitors. Trekking in Ladakh is even more thrilling for adventure lovers. Direct flight to Leh from Delhi takes approximately one hour. Having acclimatized for a day, you may initiate your wonder trip at the highest peak of the world visiting Buddhist Monasteries, Nubra Valley passing through the Khardungla top, Uleytokpo and Pangong Lake etc. In recent years Leh Ladakh emerged as one of the most favourite tourist hot spots in India among international tourists.

Leh is the capital city of Ladakh. This natural destination offers divine panoramic views filled with joys and thrills. Khardungla, the highest motorable is located just 39 kms from the capital city Leh. Road journey from Srinagar to Leh is very exciting and thrilling that passes through Kargil and Drass. You may also experience the same thrill while traveling Leh to Manali or Manali to Leh by road via Sarchu or Keylong.

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Tour Ladakh 5 Days 

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Ladakh Tours 6 Days 

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Tour to Ladakh 7 Days 

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Leh and Ladakh 8 Days 

Ladakh Tour 10 Days 

Trek Ladakh 11 Days 

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Srinagar Ladakh Manali Tour 12 Days 


Ladakh is renowned for its mountain beauty and culture. The Ladakh Festival is held every year from 1st to 15 September. At present Ladakh consists of two districts — Leh and Kargil.In 1885, Leh India became the headquarters of a mission of the thankas’, Moravian Church. Buddhist monasteries sporting prayer flags, display of archery competitions, a mock marriage, and horse-polo are the some highlights of this festival. The most popular sport in Ladakh is ice hockey, which is played only on natural ice in January.

In northernmost part of India, Ladakh is nestled between the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges and is one of the most magical places on earth. It is also known as the land of high passes, the Moon Land and the Last Shangri-la to describe Ladakh’s remote beauty. It shares much of its history, culture and religion with Tibet and has become home to many Tibetans and is sometimes referred to as ‘Little Tibet’. It averages 3500 m in altitude with a population of around 2, 50,000 and is one of the most remotely inhabited places on the planet. The great Himalayan range acts as a barrier to rain clouds, only a few creep across their awesome height. As a result Ladakh’s landscape has barren beauty beyond belief.

Ladakh has an other worldly feel with impressive Gonpas perched on soaring hilltops, ancient buildings clinging to sheer rock walls and ridges that seem to reach to the heavens, tower above vibrant green farm land in the valleys, a panoramic view of jagged peaks disappearing in the horizon from the top of passes, the plains of Changthang-where Nomads (Changpas) grazed their Yaks and Pashmina goats on the high pastures and beautiful lakes blessed to wildlife in this mountain desert. The region becomes predominantly Buddhist while traveling from Srinagar to Leh.

Trekking is one of the fascinating attractions of the Ladakh region. We at Travinfoindia undertake complete operation of trekking tours in Indian Himalaya and in particular, Ladakh such as hygienic food on trek, high quality camping equipments, professional kitchen crew, qualified and well experienced guides, hotel accommodation transportation with personalized services.

Leh : Leh is the largest town in Ladakh that is one of the few remaining abodes of Buddhism in South Asia. It is bounded by two of the world’s mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram. It is located at a distance of 434 kms from Srinagar and 474 kms from Manali. It is the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India. Tsemo Gompa temple is the mainBuddhist center in Leh. The old town of Leh is included in the list of 100 World Monuments Fund’s one of the most endangered sites. The temperature can range from −28 °C (-18.4°F) in winter to 33 °C (91.4°F) in summer. Leh has a cold, arid climate with long, harsh winters from October to early March, with minimum temperatures well below freezing for most of the winter. The city gets occasional snowfall during winter. The weather in the remaining months is generally fine. The total population of Leh district is around 117,000.

Hemis Monastery: Hemis monastery, a leading centre of the Drukpa tradition of Buddhism, holds an annual masked dance festival. Thikse Monastery, King Bhagan reunited and strengthened Ladakh and founded the Namgyal dynasty, which survives even today. In the early 17th century efforts were made to restore destroyed artifacts and gompas, and the kingdom expanded into Zanskar and Spiti.

Changthang: The remote high plateau of Changthang (Northland) stretches from western Tibet into eastern Ladakh. This region Known as the land of nomad (Changpas) who leads nomadic life traveling with herds of pashmina goat, yaks, folk of sheep with Tibetan mastiff dogs. Changthang has many beautiful and crystal clear lakes among which the most famous are Pangong lake, Tsomoriri lake, Tsokar lake, Yaya lake, Thachung karu lake. The area is also an important wildlife sanctuary.

Nubra Valley: The Nubra valley Lies between the Ladakh and Karakoram mountain ranges in the North of Leh. Across Khardongla 18380 ft. /5600 mtrs. Highest motorable road in the world, once the gateway to the ancient silk route between Tibet and Turkestan via Sarser 7670m and Karakoram pass. It was the envy of the rulers of Turkestan. The valley houses several renowned monasteries and beautiful sand dunes with bacterian double hump camels.

Wild Life Photography Tours: Ladakh with each extreme condition has its own share of wildlife. Some of the commonly spotted wild animals are ibex, wild ass, Blue sheep, yaks, Bharal, Marmot, Tibetan hare, etc. Some very rare and endangered animals in this region are the Snow leopard and the Chiru or the Tibetan antelope. Some rare birds such as the endangered Black necked crane, Lamagier and Golden Eagle are also found in the Ladakh region. For people who have keen interest in Wildlife Photography Tours, we bring forth a tour of their king. The tour will give you an insight into the natural habitat of wild animals and birds.

Rafting on the Indus and Zanskar River: The Indus, having originated hundreds of kilometers further east from near the Kailash mountain and the Mansarovar lake in Tibet, enters India and to the region of Skardu in Baltistan. While water levels are high, between the end of June and late August, Travinfoindia offers many fascinating rafting expeditions. The best time to raft this river is during July – September when daily trips are organized.

Zanskar (White Copper) Trek: Zanskar is surrounded by high mountain, deep gorges and dramatic glaciers, which lies to the south west of Leh surrounded by Himalayan and Zanskar ranges is most isolated of all the trans Himalayan valleys. It is about 7000 sq. k.m. Zanskar is accessible by jeep only for about six months a year from Kargil and in winter accessible by frozen river Chadder trek via Chilling village.

Lamayuru to Stok Trek via Chilling: Stok Kangri is one of the easy approach as well as challenging beautiful peak in Ladakh. Climbing stok Kangri is technically not different and so special mountaineering skills is required and it gives real opportunity to climb a 6150 m. mountain in less than a week days which is not possible in any other part of the world. From the summit we can see the spectacular views of Saser Kangri peak in the Karakoram range (K2).

Frozen River (Chadar) Trek: The most isolated and made inaccessible for nearly eight months a year due to heavy snowfall resulting in closure of all the access passes, Zanskar has the distinction of being the least interfered with microcosms of Ladakh, and thus one of the last few surving cultural satellites of Tibet. This Chadar trek allsow you to penetrate this isolation and to examine some of the villages along the Zanskar River in the midst of winter and thus catch a glimpse of the lifecycle during this unique time of the year. A visit to the ancient monastic establishment of Karsha and Zangla promises to heighten your insight into the mysteries of this Shangri-la, a land and culture frozen in time behind the ramparts of the Zanskar mountains. Chilling and Linghshed are the only sizeable villages on this trek until hanamur and Pidmo before pishu and Zangla in Zanskar, all the rest are names of places and caves along the route.

Mountain Biking: The Himalaya is the real ultimate; there is a lot of opportunity of biking with spectacular places and amazing natural landscape. Your journey passing through interesting mountain villages, nomadic lands, and high passes, winding rivers, enchanting landscapes give you a lifetime memorable journey. You must be an experienced biker as the high passes are not technical unpretending. A supporting Jeep carries your luggage, so you can enjoy the great Himalayan range at the best views. Among the most spectacular routes in the Himalaya are Slimla to Leh via Spiti Valley. Leh to Tsomoriri – Tsokar via Taklang la. Nubra valley via Warila and Khardong la. Leh to Manali via Taklang la.

Motor Bike Tour: In one of the most beautiful and remote region of the world, the Changthang Plateau discover the mesmerizing blue water of the Pangong, Tsomoriri and Tsokar lakes. You even get to travel along the ancient silk route, the link between India and Central Asia and the highest motorable pass in the world, Khardong La (5606m).

Mountaineering / Expedition in Ladakh: There are many spectacular mountaineering / expedition options in Ladakh. The most famous and easy accessible is the Stok Kangri (6153 m) Kangyatse peak (6400 m) Dzo jongo peak (6055 m), Goleb kangri (5900 m), Matho kangri (5950 m) in the south east of Leh. Mentok peak (6172 m), Parilungbi peak (6166 m) in the Rupshu valley. Nun (7135 m) and Kun (6963 m) is one of the most frequent climbing areas in Suru and Zanskar valley, by climbing expeditions. The approach to the twin peaks in from the Kargil – Padum road, about 70 km south of Kargil. The main approach is either from Tangol or Gulmadong. The other famous peaks are Saser Kangri (7672 m) located at east Karakoram, Mamostong Kangri (7516 m) in Karakoram range.

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