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Holiday Destination: Ladakh

Ladakh is a high altitude desert bounded by mighty mountain ranges in the state of Jammu & Kashmir in Northern India. The vast area offers breathtaking natural beauty with the mountain ranges, placid lakes, valleys, and high altitude rivers captivating tourists. The altitude of the region varies between 2750 meters to 7672 meters, The moment you land on this amazing mountain town, you can catch the breath taking beauty. The shocking pristine blueness of the sky above will almost sap you off your breath. The trekking along the mountain path can be an experience worth remembering back home. The snow covered peaks, the mountain flowers, the deep valleys and the streams flowing can transport you to a world of complete solitude.


Summer 25°C 8°C Winter (-) 5°C (-) 20°C

Tourist Season

June to October, as most of the high passes and trekking routes remain closed after November due to heavy snowfall


There are a number of hotels in Ladakh to suit almost every pocket or preference. Most of the hotels in Ladakh are family-run establishments, offering a personalized service. The hotels are classified into A, B, C and Economy category

General Information Of Ladakh

Area: 97,000 sq kms. Population: Approx. 2.40 lakh in the 2 districts of Leh & Kargil. Languages: Ladakhi including Balti / Purig, Shina or Dardic, Urdu / Hindi. Ethnic composition: Mongoloid/Tibetan, Dardic and assorted Indo-Aryan elements. Altitude: Leh 3505 m, Kargil 2750 m Temperature: Maximum Minimum Summer 25oC 8oC Winter (-) 5oC (-) 20oC Rain-fall: 15cm, 6" (annual average) Clothing: Cotton & light woollens in summer and heavy woollens including down-filled wind proof upper garments in winter.

Tourist Attraction in or by Ladakh


Leh Palace

Leh, the crown of Ladakh is a famous city known for its mind blowing attractions. The snow-capped mountains, the charming river and the beautiful valleys, Leh is a truly enthralling destination. Having ancient monasteries, quaint lanes, markets full of vivid colors and astonishing views of the Himalayas, all make Leh an exotic destination for always. And exactly, this is the vary place from where your adventure in Ladakh begins. You can go trekking through the mountainous terrain of Ladakh, enjoy a game of golf in a high altitude arena or watch an archery contest where local residents .




The picturesque village of Stok, famous for its 14th century Gompa founded by Lama Lhawang Lotus. The Stok Monastery belongs to the yellow hat sect of Buddhism, and is supposed to be the subsidiary of the Spituk Gompa. The colorful friezes, the images of Vajrapani, Avalokiteswar, Sakya Muni and his disciples, and the thrones are the major attractions of the monastery.



Zanskar, with its tri-armed valley system, is situated between the Great Himalayan Range and the Zanskar mountain. The region is inhabited mainly by the Buddhist population. Zanskar remains inaccessible for nearly 8 months a year due to heavy snowfall. Therefore, the months between June to September are considered best to visit Zanskar.


The main image inside the Alchi Monastery of Ladakh is that of Vairochana. One can also see the images of the five Buddha Families and other attendant deities inside the monastery. These paintings and images are the rarest and most extensive examples of Buddhist art in Kashmir.

Nubra Valley

The most fertile land in Ladakh, Nubra Valley teems with flowers. The pleasant weather and natural beauty make this place a popular tourist destination.


Ladakh is home to some of the most exotic wildlife species. Thriving on the minimal vegetation, poor shelter, rocky terrain and bitter cold are the wild animals like Yak, Nyan, Urial, Churu, Ibex, Snow Leopard, Bharal, etc.



Road Distance from Ladakh to (in kms)

Srinagar-Leh 434 Km Manali-Leh 473 Km Srinagar-Kargil 204 Km Delhi-Leh 1047 Kms Leh-Kargil 234 Km Kargil-Padum (Zanskar) 240 Km Leh-Deskit (Nubra Valley) 118 Kms.



By Air

3 flight in a week between Leh and Delhi, 2 flights in a week from Jammu and once in a week from Srinagar. Jet Airways also operates six flights in a week between Leh-Delhi and Kingfisher Airlines daily flight Between Leh-Delhi.



By Rail

The nearest railhead from Leh Ladakh is Jammu, approximately 690 km away. Jammu is well connected with rest of the country through trains .

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