Leh Ladakh Tour Packages

6 NIGHTS & 7 DAYS AT LEH ONLY IN RS 25,500/-*

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  • Budget Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Leh
  • Hall of Fame – Magnetic Hill – Pathar Sahib – Sangam
  • One Night at Nubra Valley
  • One Night at Pangong Valley
  • Shey – Thikshey – Hemis – 3 Idiots School
  • All Transfers

6 NIGHTS & 7 DAYS AT LEH ONLY IN RS 27,500/-*

Inclusions

  • Standard Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Leh
  • Hall of Fame – Magnetic Hill – Pathar Sahib – Sangam
  • One Night at Nubra Valley
  • One Night at Pangong Valley
  • Shey – Thikshey – Hemis – 3 Idiots School
  • All Transfers

6 NIGHTS & 7 DAYS AT LEH ONLY IN RS 29,500/-*

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  • Deluxe Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Leh
  • Hall of Fame – Magnetic Hill – Pathar Sahib – Sangam
  • One Night at Nubra Valley
  • One Night at Pangong Valley
  • Shey – Thikshey – Hemis – 3 Idiots School
  • All Transfers

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16 Best Places To Visit Leh Ladakh

A dream destination for many, Ladakh is a wonderful place, which is an amalgam of leisure experiences and adventure opportunities. Located at an altitude of 3542 meters above sea level in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, it boasts of immense scenic beauty. This wonderful place boasts of some amazing allures including palaces, lakes, and monasteries. Why don’t you tag along with us as we go for trekking in Ladakh, explore the top sightseeing places and wait, enough of the sneak peak. Here is a blog for you where we share a list of 14 best places to visit in Leh Ladakh that would interest the curious minds like you!

Start scrolling through the 16 Top Places To Visit Leh Ladakh!

Hemis National Park

snow leopard in hemis national park
Snow Leopard in Hemis National Park

Things to do

  • Enjoy birdwatching in the Rumbak Valley
  • Spot the snow leopards by trekking in the park.

Diskit Monastery

diskit monastery
Diskit Monastery – Oldest and Largest Monastery

The list of sightseeing places in Ladakh can never be complete without the mention of Diskit Monastery. Dressed down in white, the gompa is Nubra Valley’s oldest and largest monastery. It just takes one visit to feel enlightened as the aura is soothing and healing. Diskit Monastery was founded in the 14th century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, an ardent disciple of Tsong Khapa, founder of Gelugpa.Visit this Monastery with Best of Ladakh Package.

Things to do

  • Take blessings of the iconic statue of Cho Rinpoche.
  • Marvel at the 106 feet long statue of the Jampa Buddha atop a hill below the monastery.

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake

Placed at a height of 4350 m on the Indo-China border, Pangong Lake is one of the most popular attractions in Ladakh. It covers an area of approximately 100 km. Just 160 km from Leh city, it has blessed with breathtaking surroundings. Inner Line Permit can be taken from the deputy commissioner of Leh by giving a small fee.

Things to do

  • Be a part of the ice skating festival.
  • Enjoy bonfire as you stay at Pangong Retreat Camp, Ladakh.
  • Capture the stunning sunrise in your cameras.
  • Indulge in Bird watching including seagulls, ducks, and cranes.

Shanti Stupa

Shanti Stupa

Around 5 km from Leh, Shanti Stupa is a white-domed Chorten, located on a hilltop in Chanspa, which was built between 1983 and 1991. Overlooking the Leh town, it is one of the best attractions in Leh. For celebrating the completion of 2500 years of Buddhism and to promote world peace, this stupa was commissioned by Japanese monks. The walls have gilt panels that depict the life of Lord Buddha. Sunrise and sunset are wonderful from here. On the first of this two-storied structure has Buddha statue in a sitting position on a pedestal, turning the Dharmachakra.

Things to do

  • Meditate the Buddha hall.
  • Circumambulate around the stupa.
  • Savor the stunning views of the surroundings, Sunrise and Sunset.
  • Watch the display of varied Buddhist reliefs.

Royal Leh Palace


Leh Palace

Constructed way back in 1553 AD, located on the top of the deserted Tsemo Hill, Leh Palace is the former residence of the erstwhile royal family of Leh. The palace shares a resemblance to Potala Palace of Lhasa. Slightly smaller in size, it is built up of stones, sand, wood, and mud. This 9-storied structure now has a museum with royal belongings. This structure is currently managed by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).

Things to do

  • Admire the wonderful views from the top.
  • Marvel at the amazing architecture.
  • Visit the on-site museum with royal belongings Thangkas, jewelry, murals, costumes, etc.

Tso Moriri Lake

Tso Moriri Lake

Nestled at an isolated spot in the greater Himalayan ranges, the pristine Tso Moriri Lake is known to be the largest alpine lake in India. Located at an altitude of over 15000 feet above the sea level in the rugged landscape, it looks like the gift of nature. The shadow of the surroundings can be seen in the azure blue waters of the lake. The topography of snow-clad barren hills with peaceful surroundings looks surreal.

Things to do

  • Camping in Korzok, a nearby village
  • Relish wondrous sunrise
  • Click memorable photographs
  • Savor the peace and beautiful scenery

Namgyal Tsemo Gompa

Namgyal Tsemo Gompa

Founded way back in 1430, Namgyal Tsemo Monastery is located in the background of the Leh Palace. The views of the plains, surrounding snow-covered peaks of the Zanskar mountain range, and the River Indus are stunning. The star highlight is the 3-storied high solid gold statue of Maitreya Buddha. Other attractions are statues of Avalokitesvara and Manjushri. The walls of the assembly hall are adorned with brilliant paintings.

Things to do

  • Marvel at the 3-stories high Maitreya Buddha golden statue.
  • Take a look at the fine collection of frescoes and old Buddhist manuscripts.
  • Notice the wall paintings at the assembly hall.
  • Treat your eyes to the views of Zanskar ranges, the plains, and the River Indus.

Khardung La Pass

Khardung La Pass

Known as the ‘Gateway to Nubra and Shyok Valleys’, Khardung La is one of the highest motorable roads in the world, at an elevation of 5359 m above the sea level. One of the 12 best places to visit in Leh Ladakh, it is around 40 km from Leh. This road is quite popular amid motorbiking enthusiasts. Enjoy tea and refreshment at the army canteen as you listen to the fluttering sound of the colorful Tibetan prayer flags. The views are awe-inspiring. There is a souvenir shop here from where you can buy some memorabilia.

Things to do

  • Tea and Refreshments from the Army canteen
  • Shop for memorabilia at the souvenir shop
  • Get awed by the views of the snow-capped peaks

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley

One of the places to see in Ladakh, the paradisiacal Nubra valley is a tri-armed valley, which lies 150 km north-eastwards of Leh. Perched an altitude of 3048 m above the sea level, this valley has the confluence of Shyok and Siachen Rivers, white sand deserts, double-humped camels, rich lush villages, shining streams, and craggy mountain peaks. The valley has scenic beauty in abundance as it lies peacefully on the slopes of Karakoram mountain range. Hop onto the back of Bactrian camels and explore the valley.

Things to do

  • Admire nature’s scenery and green surroundings.
  • Capture Mother Nature in your cameras.
  • Hop onto the back of Bactrian camels and explore the valley.
  • Visit the nearby villages and monasteries.
  • Visit the apple and apricot orchards

Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill

The powers of this hill can be seen from the fact that the passing aircraft increase their altitude for escaping the magnetic interference. The hill lies at a height of 14,000 feet above sea level.

Things to do

  • Marvel at the magic of Magnetic Hill.
  • Visit the nearby Gurudwara, maintained by the Indian Army.

Hemis Monastery

Hemis Monastery

Around 40 km south-eastwards of Leh, Hemis Gompa is the largest, the wealthiest and the most popular monastery of Ladakh. This monastery was constructed under the ruler of Ladakhi King Singge Namgyal in1672 AD. Hemis is the headquarters of Red Hat Drukpa order and all Ladakhi gompas. The young lamas are given training here. This gompa enjoys patronage from the region’s royal family. The monastery has various paintings, gold-plated stupas, and statues of Lord Buddha. Every year, Hemis festival is celebrated here. Its highlight is a holy masked dance performance by the local resident Lamas.

Things to do

  • Appreciate the stunning architecture of the Gompa.
  • Be a part of the Hemis Festival celebrations.
  • Have a look at the Buddhist exhibits.

Lamayuru Town

Lamayuru Town

With a dreamy moon-like landscape, the quaint Lamayuru town lies sandwiched between Leh and Kargil. A sight to behold, it has crater type yellowish-orange formation in the brown colored soil. The beauty of this town cannot be described in words. This monastery dates back to the 11th century. The peace of the town is broken by the gushing sounds of River Sind. It is 127 km away from Leh.

Things to do

  • Stay in a homestay.
  • Visit the 11th century Lamayuru Monastery.
  • Marvel at the moon-like landscape.
  • Explore the place.

Alchi

Alchi

It lies on the banks of Indus River, at a distance of around 70 km westwards of Leh. The village is known to have fertile land. Notice the apricot trees on both the sides of the road as you explore the place.

Things to do

  • Enjoy the peace and greenery spread all around.
  • Visit the popular attractions of the village.
  • Pay a visit to the very popular Monastery.

Zanskar Valley

Zanskar Valley

Things to do

  • Camping at the Penzella Pass.
  • Visit the Gelugpa monastery at Karsha Village.
  • Admire the mural art at Labrang.
  • River rafting from Serchu to Nyimu via Padam.
  • Embark on the various trekking expeditions like Chadar Trek, Zanskar River Trek.

Markha Valley Trek

markha valley trek

Valley is situated in the Ladakh region which is accessible from Ganda La Pass near Spituk and Gongmaru La Pass near Hemis. This trek is one of the most thrilling experiences in your life in which you would be camping at various sites like Markha, Hankar, and Skiu and seeing the starry skies in the mountains. You can get an opportunity to glare at the enchanting views of the Stok Kangri.

 Chadar Trek

chadar trek

This is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the Ladakh region. The Zanskar River freezes in the winters and people have to walk on the frozen river to reach the Nerak. This trek is a famous winter trek that starts from Chilling, from where the river starts freezing.

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