Ladakh Adventure Tour


Duration : 06 Nights / 07 Days

Travelling to Leh-Ladakh is one of the most cherished dreams for many. Experiencing the sights of vast and desolate expanse of hills and valleys combined with the thrilling experience of enduring the harsh climate is one of its kind adventure. While some people suggest summers for the reason the weather is exciting and amiable, some like winters to experience the charm when only a handful of travelers visit the place and take peaceful gasps at the most breathtaking views. Season (Month) Wise Best Time and Way to Visit Leh (Ladakh)

April-Mid May : April marks the beginning of tourist season in Ladakh when the place begins to warm up with tourist activity. Restaurants open, hotels and guest houses start to welcome guest and various camps at sites such as Pangong Tso and Moriri Lake commence to set up. Usually by the second week of May, the crucial Srinagar-Leh highway opens up leading to a flurry of tourism energy into Ladakh. By late April, all the lakes including the Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri begin to melt, uncovering the beautiful colors and fabulous sights.

Mid May- July : During this time, one will only find Srinagar-Leh highway opened and this is just not the right occasion to complete the circuit. But in June beginning, Manali road opens up along with Rohtang Pass, however, the starting 7-10 days are really not suitable for travel since area experiences snow slides and recurring blockages. In the time of this short window, just before the monsoons, it is really cool and alluring to travel to Ladakh due to the amazing weather.

August - Mid September : At this time, the monsoons are in full swing and rivers, puddle and water crossings are full with flow. Travelling during this period can be risky and dangerous as landslides are common. However, the area beyond Zozi La Pass, in the direction of Leh from Srinagar and further from Baralacha Pass, towards Leh from Manali side is a rain shadow area and do not receive much showers.

Mid September- Mid October : This is one of the best seasons of all for visiting the amazing and picturesque locations of Leh and Ladakh as the place is imbued in wonderful colors in all their glory right up through the Srinagar-Leh as well as Manali-Leh roads. After monsoons, the flowing waters recedes too much extent and the weather is dry with a beginning chill and occasional snowfall. Moreover, the road conditions are better and the maintenance work is also settled by this time.

Mid-October to Mid- November : By this time the cold has completely taken over the area with the place experiencing sub-zero temperatures at all locations above 14,000 ft. Almost all of the tourists have deserted the place with only few ones remaining to brave the chill. Most of the hotels, guesthouses, restaurants are closed while even locals have moved back, abandoning the place till winters. It is not advisable to travel through them due to extreme chill.

Mid-Nov to March : This is the coldest seasons of all in Ladakh when the region is completely cut-off from rest of the India by road, although roads to Pangong Tso Lake and Nubra Valley over KhardungLa Pass and Chang La Pass are kept open all round the year, leaving few days of snowfall. From Mid-January to Mid-March is also the time when many adventure tourists arrive in Ladakh for the famous Chadar Trek, involving walk over the frozen Zanskar River. One of the major highlight of your visit during this time is the changing colors of Pangong.


Arrive Delhi. Met upon arrival and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 2: DELHI – SRINAGAR – IT FLIGHT 1100 / 1230 HRS.

Breakfast at hotel. Later transfer to airport to board flight for Srinagar. Arrive Srinagar and check into Houseboat for lunch. After lunch sightseeing of Srinagar. Back to Houseboat for dinner and overnight stay.


Early morning enjoy Sikara Ride to see the floating vegetable market on Dal Lake. Back to hotel for breakfast. Later drive to Sonamarg. Arrive Sonamarg and check into hotel for lunch. Afternoon free. Dinner and overnight at hotel.


After Breakfast leave early for Lamayuru. Today we shall be corssing Sonamarg ( Know as the Medow of Gold), Zojila Pass 3527 Mtrs (known as Gatway to Ladakh), Where you have an Spectacular view of Kargil War Famous Peaks (Tiger, Tololing and Other Peaks) and Drass (2nd Coldest Inhabitant Place on earth). Arrive Lamayuru and check into hotel for dinner and overnight stay.


After breakfast start to your Moonland tour. Visit Lamayuru Gompa, an ancient monastery believed to be made by sowing a seed of barley in a pond. However, your journey to this place allows you to travel over the serpentine road and once you reach at the top the mountain you will believe why the name of this tour is Moonland exactly the same formation of land is visible as on the moon. If time permit then visit to the monastery at Ridzong, the school where young lamas are taught Buddhism. This camp site is however in many ways better than a hotel if you take into account the location of this camp site and facilities put together at this camp. You are surrounded by peach and apple trees and you are right over a cliff on the river Indus. < Lunch at local restaurant in Alchi. Later visit visit Alchi Gompa. Alchi has murals paintings dating back to the 11th century and is perhaps one of the oldest monastery in Ladakh. Later drive to Leh. Check into hotel for dinner and overnight stay.


Breakfast at hotel. Later sightseeing of Thiksey where you can see the biggest future Buddha statue of Maitreya. Later visit the richest monestry of Ladakh, Hemis, this monastery is nestled between two mountains and houses the rare Buddhist artifacts and texts. It is here in the month of June - July takes place the famous Hemis festivalAfter breakfast. On the way back visit to Shey, the summer Palace of royal family.. Return back to hotel for overnight stay.


Breakfast at hotel. Drive to Tsomoriri Lake. Drive begins with a drive to Chumathang (240 km). Stop at Upshi checkpoint. From there, proceed to Karu and the road leads to Chumathang, which is famous for medical bath. Head towards Sumdah village from where a 55 km drive takes you to Tsomoriri. Spend the day there and rest in luxury tents during the night.


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