Leh Tourism & Travel Guide

This beautiful town happens to be located in Jammu & Kashmir and is an abode for those who wish to pursue Buddhism. The place is surrounded by tall mountains, clear blue water, a white surrounding and many monasteries. The people here are warm and welcome tourists. Found midway between the Karakoram and Himalayan mountains, the beauty of Leh is beyond words, making it a hotspot with the tourists. Visiting the local markets here is a treat as one will get to browse through Tibetan jewelry, carpets, woolens and much more. Be sure to carry an extra bag to fit in all your purchases.
Best time to visit Leh is from June to September

Trips and Itineraries for Leh

The Manali - Leh Highway Credit: Prabhu B Doss Open from the months of May (end) to September, the Manali-Leh Highway is as delightful as it is intimidating and is the core of a Leh Ladakh Bike Trip....

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Leh town :The road to Nubra valley was closed for two days and that's why we have to spend the day @ Leh town, this ancient town of Leh is very small and one take a bird eye view either from Shanti stupa or Leh Palace, there are lot of shops where you can buy antique souvenirs....

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To visit this lake which is the world’s highest brackish lake at 14,256 feet (above sea level), you’ll have to undertake a 160 kms journey from Leh. Starting from Thicksey village, you will start crossing large mountain ridges that just don’t seem to end. And by the way, once the mountains start, even crossing distance worth 10 minutes can take you hours. The topography is harsh but breathtaking. Once you finally arrive at the Pangong Lake, you will be lost in seeing the deep mesmerizing blue color. Don’t expect boating facilities here!
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2. Visit Khardung La Pass – the world’s highest motorable passThe doorway to Shyok and Nubra Valleys, a plethora of prayer flags welcome you to Khardung La Pass. At 18,380ft, the scenic brilliance of the highest motorable pass in the world can give even the most seasoned travellers a bit of an existential crisis. If not, make the most of it by getting your picture taken, picking up nick-nacks from the little souvenir shop and gobbling down maggi at the tea stand. In case you get light-headed or are hit with altitude illness, there's emergency oxygen available at the small medical hut. No there is nothing to worry about!
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