Leh is a favorite destination for many Indian travelers and even tourists from overseas. While only is it a destination for single travelers, it also has so much to give to young people, families and couples.
Leh is renowned for its high altitudes and multiple passes linking various locations in this challenging terrain. In order to explore Leh's best tourist spots, you must visit this frozen paradise to discover its mysteries and appreciate its stunning beauty. Given its harsh weather and inaccessibility, it is still a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. Yet make sure you're physically fit to withstand Leh's cold weather and rugged terrains.
If you're an enthusiast of photography then Leh is the paradise you've been waiting all your life for. In terms of nature or wildlife photography, there isn't much to show, but what you can catch instead is a vast empty canvas that you can color. For many adventurers, Leh is a dream destination, and the holy grail for adventure enthusiasts. You have to ask why visiting this spot is good when the terrain is hard to navigate. Even during the peak season, it's sparsely crowded and local hosts are committed to ensuring you have a terrific experience.
Unlike elsewhere in India and around the world, the landscape here is still undiscovered and unknown in so much of it. There are many turquoise blue lakes, beautifully built monasteries, snow-covered mountains and incredible sights that alter every few kilometres, in addition to the mesmerizing scenery. It's safe, cost-effective, and you can travel here on your own, or with friends, families and even that special person. Explore Leh's tourist spots with the best Leh tour packages that will captivate you with its elegance.
Best time to Visit Leh Ladakh
Being a destination with high altitude, Ladakh experiences only two weather types, summer and winter. While sporadic rains are always the possibility, there is no time which can be called as the season of the moonsoon. With fast-growing tourism in Ladakh, better transportation facilities and the curiosity of travelers to try anything exceptional have made Ladakh an ideal destination for both summer and winter season. Although most people want to visit Ladakh during the summer season i.e. June to September, between October and April the adventure junkies challenge themselves in the winters.
How to Reach Leh Ladakh
Leh Ladakh's colorful city can be reached by any means of transportation-highways, railways, airways and by sea. Every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well maintained by the ministry of Leh Ladakh for the convenience of the visitors and locals. See below for how to reach for an awesome holiday in Leh Ladakh by road , rail and airways.
By Road - Ladakh is only accessible by road during the summer season, as the NH 1 and Zoji La remain closed due to heavy snowfall throughout the winter. Busses and taxis are conveniently accessible to get to Ladakh from Kargil, and Srinagar. The Delhi, Chandigarh and Manali road trips to Ladakh are a quite famous adventure activity.
By Train - The nearest railway station to Ladakh will be in Jammu, which is well connected to all of India's prominent metropolises. There are no direct bus services to Leh from the Jammu railway station. Jammu State Tourism Busses are available from there until Srinagar. J & K State Road Transport Corporation (J&K SRTC) then take the deluxe or ordinary bus from Srinagar to Leh. Avoid having to take direct buses from Srinagar to Leh, stop at the Kargil.
By Air - The nearest airport is at Leh, well connected with India's Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar, Chandigarh, Mumbai and many other towns. Rent a cab from Leh Airport to visit points of interest. Leh town has several options for accommodation.