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Ladakh is both a popular summer
as well as a winter holiday destination. Its untouched beauty,
snow-clad mountain peaks, lush greenery and secluded spots
attract a lot of honeymooners too
How to Reach
BY AIR - Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport of Leh is the main airport of the region. This airport is connected to Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar by direct flights of Jet Airways, Air India, and Go Air. The timings of the flights are subject to change due to weather
Srinagar to Leh
The first route is reaching Ladakh from Kashmir Valley through Kargil, around 434 km away. This route remains open from the starting of June till November. Zoji-La pass, at an altitude of 11,500 feet, is a gateway to Ladakh. Regular ordinary as well as deluxe buses are run by Jammu & Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation (J&K SRTC) between Srinagar and Leh. Hire a car, a jeep or a taxi from Srinagar. If you are traveling in groups, renting a bus for Kargil, Leh, and Padum (Zanskar) from Jammu & Kashmir SRTC at Srinagar is another option.
Manali to Leh
Manali-Leh road stretching to 473 km, open from mid-June to early October, has been the second road route to Ladakh. This road takes you via the desert plateau of Rupsho, ranging between altitudes of 3,660 m to 4,570 m. A number of high passes fall on this route, including Taklang-La, the world's second highest motorable road, 17,469 feet (5,235m) above the sea level. Ordinary and deluxe buses run between Manali and Leh every day and are managed by Himachal Pradesh Tourism (HRTC) and J & K SRTC. This journey is of around 2 days with night camping in Serchu and Pang. Another option is to hire a jeep or a Gypsy.
Distances by Road
Srinagar - Kargil: 204 Km
Srinagar - Leh: 434 Km
Manali - Leh: 473 Km
Leh - Kargil: 234 Km
Leh - Deskit (Nubra Valley): 118 Kms.
Kargil - Padum (Zanskar): 240 Km
Adventure of Ladakh
Ladakh is an ideal destination for adventure enthusiasts. The range of adventure sports activities on offer in Ladakh is sure to satisfy every adventure lover. You can try trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas or white water rafting on mountain rivers.
Some of the adventure sports in Ladakh that you can enjoy on a tour to Ladakh are:
The rugged landscape of Ladakh offers many
routes for trekkers, ranging from beginners to experienced
outdoor enthusiasts. Trekking is possible from June to October
before the snowfall begins. An experienced guide and good
camping gear are essential for a trek. The main trekking areas
in Ladakh are Spituk to Marka Valley and Hemis Gompa via
Kongmaru La, The journey along the Zanskar River from Lamayuru
Gompa to Chilling via Konze La and Dung Dung La is another
popular trekking route in Ladakh. Likir to Temisgam is another
trek, which can be accomplished by the very fit trekker in a
single day. The main trekking routes in Zanskar are Padum to
Darcha via Shingo La, Padum to Lamayuru via Singge La, and Padum
to Leh via Cha Cha La, Rubra La and the Marka Valley.
White Water Rafting : The swift-flowing Indus and Zanskar Rivers offer rafting enthusiasts excellent venues for white-water rafting in Ladakh. Rafting expeditions are organized from July to September and usually cover the stretches of the Indus river between Hemis to Choglamsar and Nimmu to Phey. more details >>
Camel Safaris : Ladakh is the only place in India where you can enjoy a camel safari on a camel that has 2 humps not one! Camel safaris are offered on Bactrian camels across the sand dunes around Hunder in Ladakh. more details >>
Ladakh possesses virtually no natural forests, though along riverbanks and valleys some greenery does exist. The lower mountain slopes are sparse but higher up, near the snow line, wild rose, willow and herbaceous plants have successfully colonized the slopes. This is the alpine zone. While soil, wind, precipitation and exposure are important determinants in the arrangement of specific life, the temperature differential due to altitude is by far the most important factor. Because of the decrease in the temperature, vegetation becomes more sparse and stunted as one ascends the slopes. more details >>
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