Being an Indian traveler, once-in-a-lifetime you definitely think about a trip to Ladakh and what is a better way to travel than taking a road trip. Do you agree? If you don't and keep reading I'll definitely make you come on board.
Leh Ladakh has always been on my bucket list for the past three years but the only thing stopping me was my family and their concern for the road conditions. I wanted to take this trip with my family on the road trip And convincing them was not easy believe me it took me years.
But eventually it happened and nobody could be happier than me.
We generally travel for a month-long trip because we almost cover a state similarly for the Ladakh too we planned a long trip. Me staying in the center of India makes it difficult to plan a trip to the north all the time, specially if you like road trips. S o here’s a perfect itinerary if you are a road trip enthusiast like me and travelling from somewhere which is not North. I stay in Nagpur and this trip will be from Nagpur to Nagpur covering many other cities of Uttar Pradesh ,Himachal Pradesh, Leh Ladakh and Kashmir.
Are you ready?
One of the things you should consider while travelling on the road is that you have to give time to the driver to relax on the way there for giving multiple holes in the middle while you are trying to cover a long distance.
When I Plan Road trip with my family, I try to cover most of the places that come in the way.Are you someone who does that too or you like to reach the destination directly instead of stopping in the middle and exploring more places?
There are two ways to reach Ladakh if you’re planning a road trip, first one is from Manali and the second passes through Kashmir.
For my road trip I wanted to include both the places so I chose to go via Manali, visit Ladakh and come via Kargil and Kashmir. If you’re traveling to Ladakh I would not suggest you should go in December, January and February, if you are travelling by road the best time to visit, would be from April to October.