About Leh Ladakh
When isolation is not even close to Aspark Holidays and feels like the very home you have been hunting for, you know you are in Ladakh. Ladakh’s precious possession, its biggest town Leh, is a traveler’s delight. It is also known as “Land of High Passes” and is mainly inhabited by Tibetans. With long stretches of beige hills and almost null vegetation; Ladakh looks beautiful with its cragginess too. While you drift across its roads, you will pass past iconic monasteries and stupas; like the Thiksey Monastery and Namgyal Stupa. Thiksey Monastery looks like Potala Palace of Lhasa; this is the largest monastery in central Ladakh.
Make sure you stopover in Pangong Tso, a crystal-clear-emerald spread across of 604 km sq. Located on the Leh-Kargil route is the Magnetic Hill; this mysterious yet fascinating area defies gravity. Don’t get mistaken that this sparsely populated area will upset you in terms of shopping. Its market area is thronged by locals and travelers; it sells Ladakhi artworks, handlooms, souvenirs and what not. Small patches of vegetation could be seen in and around this colorful market area, in this otherwise arid region. This is a perfect place for adventure enthusiasts and nature-buffs.
We, discover Ladakh Adventure Tours & Travel based in Leh Ladakh is a certified Travel Company, recognized by Jammu & Kashmir Tourism department. welcome you to visit this beautiful part of India. Geographically surrounded by Tibet Border in North to South east and Pakistan border in North west and Kashmir valley in the west section of Leh. Down south section of Ladakh called Zanskar range which is the North section of Himachal Pradesh. Connected by air from Delhi to Leh regular flights and national highway from Manali to Leh and Srinagar to Leh. Though both highway may be close in winter season due to heavy snow fall at high passes. Ladakh is a dream destination for Nature Lovers, photography tours, adventure activities such as Manali to Leh jeep safari and Manali to Leh Bike Tours by following Rohtang Pass, Keylong, Baralacha Pass, Namkeela Pass and world second highest pass called Tanglangla pass. Driving from west to east you can avail Srinagar to Leh jeep safari by covering a distance of nearly 475 kms, trekking in Ladakh, river rafting in Zanskar and Indus river, Mountaineering at Stok kangri peak and Kangyartse Peak, bike safari in Ladakh, mountain bike safari in Leh Ladakh, are various activities can full fill your travel requirements.
Travels Destinations :
- Monasteries in and around Leh
- Nubra Vally Over Khardungla Pass ( Highest motorable pass in the world) North of Leh town.
- Pangong Tso High Altitude Lake ( North East of Leh town
- Tso Moriri and Tso kar High Altitude Lake – East of Leh town
- Lamayuru Valley – Moon valley - west ofLeh towan towards Leh Srinagar Highway
- Da Hanu Village – Towards the Aryan race – North West of Leh town
- Zanskar Valley – Southern region of Ladakh which adjoin the north of Himachal
- Stok Kangri Peak climbing ( trekking peak – 6150 meter above sea level)
- Turtuk is a newly opend destination in Nubra which is the last village near Pakistan Border. Recommanded to have an excuriso at this Place
When to travel :
- Manali to Leh route open around Mid May and depends on weather conditions as lot of snow at Rohtanag pass / Bara La cha and Tanglan La Pass. For safter side you may schedule your programme at third week of May onwards from this sector. Route will remain open till end of September.
- Srinagar to Leh route open normally by the end of April and again subject to weather conitions. Better to travel May first week or Second week onwards. Route will remain open till end of October and sometime till November.
- Flights are open round the year though flight schedule may get change in winter season from October to March.
Weather in Ladakh : Ladakh is a high altitude desert area and called Little Tibet. Tourist season starts from April to second week of October.
- April : 3 – 10 Degree Celsius
- May - June : 7 – 15 Degree Celsius
- July – August : 10 – 20 Degree Celsius
- September : 15 – 10 Degree Celsius
- Oct – Dec : 10 – Minus 15 Degree Celsius
- Dec – March : Minus 35 to 0 Degree Celsius
- No rain is expected in the region as this is a rain shadow area but in last few years it’s raining and sometime heavily raining during the monsoon – July and August.
How to reach :
- By Road / Air :- Ladakh is approx 1050 Kms from Delhi – Manali – Leh. While as Manali to Leh is approx 500 Km. and can be reached by overnight VOLVO from Delhi to Manaliand further Manali to Leh in two days as well as three days.
- Srinagar to Leh is Approx 450 Kms from Srinagar to Leh via Kargil. Can be completed in two days.
- Regular flight from Delhi to Leh and return ( One hour only ). Though you may have connections from Jammu, Chandigarh and Srinagar to Leh (couple of days in a week and subject to change).