Stupas and mud-brick houses, cold desert climate, Tibetan-style forts and palaces, souvenir shops and restaurants selling local food- Leh is a tourist's paradise. Leh's easy accessibility by air led to growth of tourism over the years. Somewhere peaceful, somewhere bustling, Leh and its spectacular attractions like Hemis gompha, Tso Moriri and Pangong Lake are true visual treats. So let's got o Leh.
Leh has its own airport, which is served by direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai and Srinagar. Flights via Delhi and Srinagar can be availed from any pat of the country to reach Leh. Owing to its importance as a tourist destination, frequency of flights to Leh from various Indian cities have also increased. From the airport, local cabs can be hired to reach anywhere in Leh.
Manali-Leh road has been serving as the second best road to Ladakh. Himachal Pradesh Tourism, HRTC and J&K SRTC operate daily deluxe and ordinary buses between Manali and Leh. Government buses, both deluxe and ordinary, run from Kargil and between Leh and Srinagar on regular and frequent intervals. Cars and jeeps are also available for Leh-Srinagar and Leh-Manali route.
Pathankot, Chandigarh and Kalka are the closest railway stations to Leh. Important trains from various Indian cities serve these stations. One can board a train till either of these stations and then hire a cab to reach till Leh.