A great time to plan a summer trip in Ladakh

A great time to plan a summer trip in Ladakh

If you are a fun-loving, adventure-seeking, and travel enthusiast person then you have all the reasons to visit Ladakh. And probably you might have already visited Ladakh. If not then, put it on the top of your bucket list ASAP and visit Ladakh this summer of 2021. You can book your Ladakh trip here. But trust me when you visit Ladakh you would regret not visiting earlier this enchanting valley of natural beauty which is still in its pristine form.

Best time to visit Ladakh:

June, July, August, and September are the best months to visit Leh Ladakh. Also, the months of April, May, and October are good, but the nights are very chilly during these months. Consider carrying some warm clothes before visiting Ladakh, yes even in summer. The weather would be very pleasing and comfortable during the months of June, July, August, and September. The stunning natural beauty of Ladakh would be at its best during these months of the year. NH1 road from Srinagar via Zojila would also be open during these months. So, a road trip to Leh Ladakh during these months is a great idea, it would be very thrilling.

 

How to reach Leh Ladakh:

 

By Air

The nearest airport is Kushok Bakula Airport in the city of Leh, which is well connected to several cities in India, direct flights are usually from Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar, Chandigarh, and Mumbai. On your arrival at Leh airport, you can hire a Taxi to go to your accommodation in Leh.

 

BY ROAD

 

Ladakh is around 430 km away from Srinagar and 470 km from Manali. You can share a Taxi, tempo bus, etc. or you can hire a book a Taxi for your group. Also, you can consider the road trip on a bike from Srinagar or Manali. The road may get blocked in November and then open again in April. So, you can only travel to Ladakh by road between April to November.

 

Acclimatization:

Adapting to the environment is one of the important things to prepare when planning a trip to Ladakh. Most of the places in Ladakh are located above an elevation of 10,000 feet high. As a result, visitors may experience dizziness, headaches, and even acute altitude sickness (very rarely). Therefore, adapting to altitude has become one of the most important things to prepare before planning a trip. Rest for few hours on your arrival and don’t visit high altitude places like Khardungla and Nubra on your first or second day of the visit.

 

Places to visit in Ladakh.

 

  • Zanskar Valley
  • Pangong Tso Lake
  • Kargil
  • Khardung-la Pass
  • Nubra Valley
  • Magnetic Hill
  • Spituk Gompa
  • Hemis National Park
  • Shanti Stupa
  • Hemis Monastery
  • Royal Leh Palace
  • Moonland Lamayuru
  • Tso Moriri Lake
  • Chadar Trek
  • Alchi
  • Thiksey Gompa
  • Diskit Monastery
  • Stakna Monastery
  • Phyang Gompa
  • Likir Monastery
  • Phugtal Monastery
  • Namgyal Tsemo Gompa
  • Stok Palace
  • Chemrey Monastery
  • Tso Kar
  • Lamayuru Town
  • Sankar Gompa
  • Dha Hanu
  • Nyoma
  • Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Hall Of Fame
  • Rohtang Pass
  • Lachulung La
  • Tanglang La
  • Mulbekh Monastery
  • Gol Market
  • Central Asian Museum
  • Leh Donkey Sanctuary
  • Panamik Village
  • Zorawar Fort
  • Tiger Hill
  • Lachung Temple
  • Ladakh Market
  • Markha Valley Trek
  • Sindhu Darshan Festival
  • Moonland Lamayaru

 

 

 

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