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4 Days Leh Ladakh Tour Package

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  • 4 Days 3 Nights
  • Activities
About the Destination

The 3 nights and 4 days Leh Ladakh Tour Package includes visiting the popular magnetic hills, Zanskar river, and Pangong Lake or Pangong Tso with some local sightseeing. 

The high altitude beautiful lake has become a must-visit place of Ladakh UT which changes its color many times from morning till evening. It becomes more mystical as you visit Ladakh, and the camouflaged majesty of the Himalayas will be unveiled to the ardent explorers. 
 

About Your Adventurous Tour

Looking to escape the summer heat? This 4 Days Leh Ladakh Tour Package will let you enjoy your summer vacation like never before.  Drive along with the Shyok Rivera and when you reach the Pangong Lake, its pristine beauty, heightened by the surrounding mountains, will enthrall you.

Departure & Return Location

Leh Airport

Accommodation

Hotel ( double & triple sharing ) , Camp Stay

Facilities

Clean Bathrooms are available with 24 hours running water.

Price Includes

  • 3 Nights Hotel Accommodation on Double sharing
  • Tour Caption
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
What to Expect

Though Leh Ladakh is a cold desert styled environment, it is a unique place during each season. It is generally a barren land and has low atmospheric pressure. Owing to its rigid climatic conditions and other features, tourists are required to certain necessary precautions during their Leh Ladakh tour package

  • All the travelers are requested to carry a copy of the medical certificate with them.
  • This Package includes all the entry tickets for stūpa, monasteries and sightseeing.
  • The explorer should take care of their tickets with any International/Domestic airfare, visa expenses, airplane terminal assessment or any sort of insurance cover.
  • Most importantly it is highly recommended that you plan plan your Leh Ladakh trip with adequate days on hand.
  • Any kind of alcohol, drugs are not allowed during the tour.
  • However, Due to climate change, you will face difficulty in breathing because of low level of atmospheric oxygen. Take adequate time to adjust your body by acclimatization process in which your body adjust to the decreased availability of oxygen at high altitudes.
  • Please follow proper dress-code while visiting the temples. Respect others and do not comment on their cast, color, creed and nation.
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Itinerary
  • Day 1 – Arrival at Leh

    Firstly Arrive in Leh, get transferred to the hotel; traditional welcome

    Rest in the day for acclimatization

    Tour briefing by the road captain and introduction to the bikes in the evening; after that a visit to Shanti Stupa

    In addition, Watch the beautiful sunset with a panoramic view of Leh

    Visit Leh’s market

    Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel/guesthouse

  • Day 2 – Magnetic hill & Confluence of Indus – Zanskar river

    Secondly in the morning, after breakfast advance towards the confluence of the Zanskar- Indus Rivers

    Crossing holy Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

    Visit the Magnetic Hill, where you can witness the unusual phenomenon of vehicles sliding uphill on neutral gear.

    Dinner and overnight stay at hotel/guesthouse

  • Day 3 – Day Exertion to Pangong lake  

    Today after having an early breakfast, gear up for a drive to Pangong Lake via Thiksey monastery, Hemis monastery, and Shay.

    Visit the monasteries to get a glimpse of the monks and daily routine. Enjoy the shimmering sparkling view of the panoramic lake.

    Prepare to be awestruck by the magnificent mountains and picturesque landscapes. Spend your afternoon among the scenic lake and take in the freshness and beauty of Pangong Lake and, at the end of the day, drive back to Leh.

    Spend the night at the hotel.

  • Day 4 – Say bye to mountains

    After breakfast, this morning, transfer to the airport will take place for you to catch your flight or train.

FAQ's

Q. Which is the best time to visit Ladakh when all roads are open?
A. July and August are the definite peak months to visit Ladakh when all roads and passes are open. The weather is nippy with a sunny morning and afternoon making it fit for exploration. Expect the mercury to go up to 25 degrees Celsius and fall to about 10 degrees Celsius post-sunset.

For bikers to this is the best time to visit and experience all the wonderful colors the place is splashed in. Also the time when the popular Hemis Festival takes place.

Q) What is the difference between Leh and Ladakh?
A. Ladakh is the name of an entire region within Jammu & Kashmir state, and the name of the district. Leh is the capital of this region, and the point of entry into this place if you are arriving by air. Leh is also the main town in the region. Most laypersons tend to use the terms Leh Ladakh together.

Q) Is it safe to travel to Leh Ladakh?
A. Leh and Ladakh are some of the safest areas you can travel to in India. Yes it is a remote region, but there is a strong military presence that helps keeps any mischief-makers away. Also, Ladakhi people are some of the most gentle and friendly people you will ever meet.

Ladakh is safe for travelers of all kinds, even solo travelers. Ladakh is also hundreds of miles away from the India – Pakistan border so it is not impacted by any tensions on that side.

Q) Which car is best for a Ladakh trip?
A. The terrain in Ladakh is such that a normal sedan car would not be suitable for driving around this region. For a Ladakh trip, one should only book or drive an SUV or MUV car. This is why MakeMyTrip only uses MUV cars for their Leh Ladakh tour packages.

Q) Which is the best time to visit Ladakh?
A. The best time to visit Ladakh will depend on what you wish to do and where you are planning to go. If you just want to visit Leh and see its main surroundings, you can visit anytime from April till October. However on the other hand, if you wish to explore further around Leh and are considering Leh Ladakh packages that include places like Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley, then ideally you should travel to Ladakh between May and September for the best experience.

If you wish to enjoy winter experiences around Leh such as walking on a Chadar Trek or frozen lake, or even just seeing the snow around Leh, then visit in the winter from December to February. You could also visit in January or February if you wish to do the Chadar Trek.

Q) Does Leh have snow?
A. Leh is a valley and receives snowfall during winter. Areas at higher altitudes around Leh will have snow even in spring and autumn months, and it is possible that you will get to see some snow at places like Khardung La pass, Chang La pass, etc. depending on when you visit.

Q) How long do I need to spend in Leh before heading out on a trek?
A. Give yourself a couple of days – but at best a day, before moving out to the higher reaches. Not only does Leh have an array of monasteries, palaces, and other sightseeing spots, it will also let you acclimatize better when you go further up to a Nubra Valley or Chang La.

Q) How good is a jeep ride from Manali to Leh?
A. There are several shared as well as private jeeps running the 470-odd kilometers from Manali to Leh. Though shared jeep rides come cheap, they can be a tad uncomfortable given the length of the journey which is nearly 24 hours with little scope to acclimatize.

While the front seat-view (besides the driver) is enviable and puts you as close to the natural surroundings as possible, those on the back seat can have a rather bumpy, uneven ride and suffer motion sickness.

Q) Are there direct buses from Delhi to Leh?
A. Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) has direct buses from Delhi to Leh, leaving New Delhi’s ISBT Kashmere Gate daily at 02:30 pm and arriving into Leh in about 35 hours. To cover the 1050 kilometer, the bus halts overnight at Keylong before moving ahead to Leh. The bus route is Delhi to Chandigarh to Kullu and via Rohtang Pass to Keylong before arriving in Leh. The bus makes several pit-stops along the way for food and drink and lets you soak up the stunning scenery.

Q) What is there to shop in Ladakh?
A. Souvenir hunters have plenty of opportunities afoot in Leh’s Main Bazaar home to an assortment of curio shops selling Tibetan antiques, trinkets among other bric-a-brac. You can head into the Tibetan market to pick up unique silver jewelry, Pashmina shawls. There are several bookstores in Leh with a superb array of novels, travel books, guide books, and books on the Himalayas and Buddhism.

Just by the jeep stand is a second-hand clothing market selling warm winter clothing, in case you desperately need to get yourself one. But if you have a trek planned out, do round up the trekking food shops selling powdered milk, instant noodles, chocolate, biscuit, granola bars, and some dry fruits.

Q) How long does it take to get to Pangong Tso from Leh?
A. Pangong Tso at an altitude of 14,271 foot affords dramatic mountain scenery that is starkly beautiful. In order to get to the blue-colored Pangong Lake from Leh, you need to begin at the break of dawn so that you get there before noon. Typically it is a five-hour journey through the picturesque Chang La Pass, but the later you start more the difficulty in reaching the lake site since the road gets blocked by water from melting snow trickling in around 01:00 pm up until 08:00 pm. However, you do not have to return on the same day from Leh; you can stay the night at a guesthouse or hotel in the Tangtse village close to Pangong.

Q) Do I need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Nubra Valley?
A. Yes, you need an ILP to visit Nubra Valley because it is close to the borders of Pakistan and China. It is easy to attain an ILP permit these days as you can go to the official ILP website, enter your details, furnish your identification proof, state the purpose of your journey and you will be issued an e-ILP. You need to produce a printout of the same at the site.

Q) Is the Khardung La pass open through the year?
A. Though the Indian Army keeps the world’s highest motorable road open through the year, it may not necessarily be possible to travel all year round. The best time to enjoy the beauty of the landscape and drive through is between April and June and then from September to October. The monsoon months in between make the stretch extremely treacherous, and in the months post-November it goes under a blanket of snow. The road opens at 09:00 am and shuts by 05:00 pm every day.

Q) How long does a bus from Manali take to get to Leh?
A. The Himachal Pradesh Tourist Development Corporation (HPTDC) buses take about 2 days to get to Leh from Manali. The 473-kilometer stretch warrants a night stay in Keylong or Sarchu before progressing to Leh. The road is extremely scenic and the slow pace of the journey helps you acclimatize better.

Q) Do local Ladakhis follow English?
A. While Ladakhi is a Tibetan dialect and can be difficult for a traveler to fathom, you can get around locally by speaking in Hindi and also English, courtesy of the surge of foreign tourists. Across Leh, most people speak and understand Hindi and even English, but when you travel remotely into the villages, no other language but Ladakhi is spoken and understood. Keep the word ‘julley’ – a greeting in Ladakhi – handy and you can win both favor and friends.

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