Leh Ladakh Tour Package Details

Leh is a must-visit for any adventurous traveler. Nestled in the Himalayas, it offers breathtaking landscapes of mountains and valleys. The Ladakh region, also known as "The Land of High Passes," is renowned for its mystical Tibetan culture and striking landscapes. It is often referred to as "The Mysterious Land of the Mystic Lamas" and "The Broken Moonland."

Treks and Trails offers an unforgettable adventure trip in Leh Ladakh. Our expertly crafted itinerary includes the excitement of a road trip, the adrenaline rush of crossing the high passes, and the tranquility of a beautiful stay. This unique combination of activities will provide an experience you will treasure forever. Don't wait any longer; come and be mesmerized by the mystical beauty of Leh Ladakh Tourism!


Pay Advance-3,000/-
Pay Balance Amount Before 15 Days-27,000/-


Day One: Srinagar to Sonmarg to Kargil

Upon arrival at Srinagar Airport in the morning, proceed to Kargil. The most exciting destination along this journey is undoubtedly Sonamarg. The Zoji La Pass, located after Sonamarg, is among the highest and most challenging mountain passes in India.

Along the way, make a stop in Drass, the second coldest inhabited place on Earth, for a tea break. Visit the Kargil War Memorial Hall and Museum. Arrive at Kargil and tonight we will stay in Kargil city.


Day Two: Kargil to Leh

Drive to Leh capital city of Ladakh. The 1st Buddhist village will be Mulbek, a giant Buddha sculpture on a mountain called Mulbekh Chamba Statue. 

We will cross Namika La Pass, an altitude 12198 feet. Then our next pass will be Fotu La Pass, 13479 feet highest point on Leh Srinagar Highway. 

The Lamayuru Monastery is one of the most beautiful places on this route. The unique Moonland view near Lamayuru offers breathtaking vistas. 

Continue to drive to the next town on the Srinagar Leh Highway, and Our next destination will be Nimu or Nimmo village, the viewpoint of the confluence of the Indus river and Zanskar river. Nimmo village is the starting point for Zanskar River Rafting.

Later visit the Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, a high-elevation outpost tied to a Sikh religious tale, offering mountain vistas and refreshments. Followed by the Magnetic Hill, a hilltop location and a unique historical site where vehicles and water seem to defy gravity by moving uphill. 

As we reach close to the Leh, we will receive the first glimpse of Spituk Monastery, Stok Kangri. Reach Leh and check in at your hotel for tonight. You can relax and then go for a walk and explore the markets around the hotel for better acclimatization.  


Day Three: Leh Local Sightseeing

Leh is the capital of the Ladakh region. It is the largest city in the area and has an elevation of 3,505 meters above sea level. The city's magnificent alpine vistas and eclectic blend of Tibetan and Indian culture have made it famous. 

Trekking, mountaineering, road trips, bike trips, backpacking, and other forms of outdoor recreation are very common here. Many historic palaces and monasteries may be found in and around the city, adding to its substantial historical value. 

Cultural events and vibrant markets are other major draws to the city. Many travelers and adventurers pass through this city to other destinations.

Explore the historic Shey Palace, the former capital of Ladakh, and the Thiksay Monastery. Afterward, drive to visit the Hemis Monastery and the Stok Palace Museum. Return to Leh in the evening to discover the Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, and the local market.


Day Four: Leh to Nubra Valley

Drive to the Nubra Valley, a region known for its beautiful flowers and warm temperatures in Ladakh. Along the way, take in the breathtaking views of the snowcapped mountain ranges around Khardungla Pass or Khardung La. 

Once you arrive at Khardungla, proceed to Khalsar. Here, many adventure activities are available, Like ATV rides, Zipline, and River Rafting on the Shyok River. Visit the Diskit Gompa on our way to Hunder. The 32-meter-tall Maitreya Buddha statue is on a hilltop below the Diskit Monastery, overlooking the Shyok River towards Pakistan. Diskit Monastery, also known as Deskit Gompa or Diskit Gompa, is the oldest and largest Buddhist monastery in Diskit, Nubra Valley.

We will move towards the hotel in Hunder and check-in. The village of Hunder is situated like an oasis amid a cold desert in the Nubra Valley.

In the evening, we will visit the Hunder Sand Dunes. You can enjoy the Bactrian Double Hump Camel Ride at the Hunder Sand Dunes. Watch the beautiful sunset, changing mountain colours, and shadows of the clouds moving over the snow-capped peaks. Tonight our stay will be at Hunder. 


Day 5: Nubra to Pangong via Shyok

Visit to the villages of Shyok7Durbuk.Drive towards Pangongg lake one of the largest &most beautiful natural brackish lakes in the Himalayas.More than half of the lake os within the Chinese territory &only one thired part lies in IndiaExplore the lake area and catch some rare wildlife.


Day Six: Pangong Lake to Leh

Start your day early to take in the stunning sunrise over Pangong Lake fully. The lake's waters will be bathed in a spectrum of vibrant colors as the sun rises, making it a sight not to be missed. After breakfast, begin the drive back to Leh, making a short stop at Changla Pass to enjoy a warm cup of tea and enjoy the beautiful surrounding views. 

This pass is one of the highest motorable passes in the world, at an altitude of 17,586 ft. The pass is also known as a "temperature changer," as the temperature can drop quickly as you pass through it. After the short break, you'll continue your journey back to Leh, where you will spend the night. Upon arrival, you can relax and explore the local markets and shops or rest and reflect on the incredible experiences you've had during your time in Ladakh.


Day Seven: Leh to Airport Departure

After breakfast, you will be dropped off at Leh Airport on the final day of the tour. This marks the end of your Ladakh adventure, but the memories of this beautiful and unique region will stay with you forever. 

During the tour, you will have the opportunity to explore the rugged and mountainous terrain, discover the rich culture and traditions of the local people, and take in the region's breathtaking natural beauty. 

From the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the serene and pristine lakes, the experience of Ladakh is truly unforgettable. The tour will come to an end, but the memories of your journey will last a lifetime.


6 Nights 7 Days Available on request
What we'll give/What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis in above mentioned hotels.
  • All transport costs ex- Leh airport including Inner Line Permits for Restricted Areas (If any).
  • Breakfast & Dinner every day during the tour (no breakfast on day 1 of the tour and no dinner on the last day on the tour).
  • Airport Transfers at Leh.
  • All taxes 

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Additional / personal use of vehicle.
  • Any personal expenses, room service and special orders, mineral waters, non-alcoholic beverages, tips, phone calls, laundry etc.
  • Entry ticket fees to Museums, Parks, Monasteries, etc.
  • Any extra excursions or sightseeing apart from the above specified itinerary.
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control. 
Things to Carry
Things to Carry


Things to Carry

  • Shirt/t-shirt – 3-4
  • Jeans/trekking pants – 2
  • Windproof jacket of decent quality
  • Thermals (upper and lower)
  • Warm fleece/thick pullover – 2
  • Woollen cap
  • Woollen gloves
  • Woollen socks and regular socks – 3-4 pair
  • Scarf/muffler (optional)
  • Comfortable hiking/training shoes
  • Floaters/sandals/chappals
  • Water bottle
  • Cap/hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Lip balm
  • Moisturizer
  • Torch/flashlight
  • Day pack/small backpack to carry it with you every day and to keep your essentials
  • Camera with extra batteries
Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the precaution to prevent Acute Mountain Sickness?

Nubra Valley

Ladakh is situated at high altitudes, with less oxygen, and travelers face Acute mountain sickness (AMS), headache, nausea, dizziness, and heavy pressure on the chest.

There are a few things you need to follow to prevent (AMS)

  • Proper intake of water daily of 4 to 5 liters
  • Acclimatize your body by keeping hydrated or being active
  • Always keep your hands and ear open for better acclimatization.
  • Avoid wearing wet clothes. 
  • Avoid sleeping during the day and do some activity or take a walk around the city.
  • Avoid smoking and Drinking. 
  • Intake of proteins and lots of carbohydrates
  • Diamox medicine (2 mg) to prevent (AMS) - please speak with your doctor about dosage. It has to start weeks before the trip begins.
  • The best medicine to avoid AMS is to intake lots of water and keep hydrated for better acclimatization. 
  • If you suffer from AMS, the solution is descending straight toward a lower altitude.


2. What are things to carry on a Leh Ladakh tour?


In the state of Jammu and Kashmir, in the far north of India, is the region of Leh Ladakh. It is well-known for its rocky, mountainous landscape as well as for its distinct culture and past. The area, located at about 3,500 meters above sea level, is made up of the districts of Leh and Kargil.

The historic Buddhist monasteries in Leh, the region's capital, include the Thiksey Monastery and the Hemis Monastery. Leh is a well-liked tourist attraction. The Leh Palace and the Stok Palace are only two of the several old palaces and forts found there.

Hunder Nubra Valley

Trekking and adventure activities like mountaineering, rock climbing, and white-water rafting are also trendy in the area. Popular treks include Markha Valley, Chadar, Lamayuru, Stok Kangri, and other locations.

In addition to its distinct culture, which combines Tibetan and Indian elements, the Ladakh region is well known. The locals, known as Ladakhis, practice Tibetan Buddhism and have a unique language, culture, and tradition.

It is renowned for its stunning natural surroundings, which include high-altitude deserts, snow-capped mountains, and lakes with pristine water, like Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri.


The area is rural, though, and few amenities are available, like mobile networks, ATMs, and other necessities. As the site is high altitude and altitude sickness is widespread, it is also crucial to take the appropriate measures while there.

Here are some necessities to think about bringing on a vacation to Ladakh:

  1. Warm gear: Winter clothing is essential because Ladakh is situated in the Himalayas, where nighttime temperatures can drop dramatically.
  2. Sun protection: Wide-brimmed hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses will all help shield you from the sun's rays, which can be particularly strong at high altitudes.
  3. Footwear: For hiking and trekking in the mountains, you must have a robust pair of boots or shoes.
  4. Reusable water bottle: Pack plenty of water bottles because staying hydrated is crucial, especially at altitude.
  5. First aid: Include standard first aid supplies like bandages, painkillers, and essential prescription prescriptions in your first aid box.
  6. Torch: A headlamp can be helpful if there are power outages or you need to navigate at night.
  7. Camera: Record Ladakh's breathtaking vistas.
  8. Cash: It is essential for your vacation because many locations in Ladakh are rural and without internet access.
  9. Documents: Passport, Visa, Green permit, Aadhar card, and any other necessary travel documents
  10. Toiletries: Pack your toiletries and other necessities, such as wet wipes, sanitary napkins, and toilet paper, as well as your hygiene supplies.
  11. Cashless Insurance: Always buy cashless insurance for this trip; if any evacuation or medical assistance is required, it will be easier for you. 

Before making travel arrangements, it is also advised to verify the local weather forecast, pack appropriately, and familiarise yourself with the laws and customs of the destination.


Can you bring kids on a Leh Ladakh trip?


Yes, bringing kids on a trip to Leh Ladakh is possible, but it's vital to remember that the area is at a high altitude, and the weather there may get chilly and dry. In addition, the site is remote, and many locations are difficult to reach. Thus a vacation to Ladakh might not be appropriate for extremely young children.

Before organizing a vacation to Ladakh, it's crucial to consider the kids' physical and intellectual capabilities. Children should be in good health and withstand the dry, chilly climate. Additionally, it's critical to remember that altitude might create altitude sickness. Therefore it's crucial to thoroughly acclimatize before partaking in any physically demanding activities.


It's crucial to keep the kids hydrated and watchfully on their health when traveling. It's critical to arrange activities appropriate for the kids' ages and skills while also considering their interests.

Children might enjoy visiting monasteries, learning about the local way of life, shopping at the neighborhood bazaar, and taking in the area's breathtaking natural beauty, among other things, in Ladakh. Additionally, it's crucial to remember that some locations, such as high-altitude lakes, hikes, and passes, might need to be more child-accessible.

Additionally, it's critical to be informed of any child-related local laws and ordinances and to confirm that the kids have all essential documentation, including a passport and visa, if applicable.

In conclusion, although it is possible to bring children on vacation to Leh Ladakh, it is crucial to take into account the kids' physical and mental capabilities and the conditions in the area and plan accordingly.


4. How to reach Leh city?

Leh, the regional capital of Ladakh, is reachable in several ways:

By Air: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, which connects to important Indian cities like Delhi, Srinagar, Jammu, and Mumbai, is the closest airport to Leh. You can take a cab or bus to go to Leh from the airport.

By Road: To get to Leh from Srinagar or Manali, take a bus or hail a cab. From Srinagar, the 434 km around two days drive from Srinagar to Kargil to Leh is on public roads. From Manali, The 473 km around two days drive from Manali to Sarchu to Leh is on public roads.

By Train: Jammu Tawi Train Station, which has good connections to important Indian towns, is the closest railway station to Leh. Take a bus or hail a cab to go to Leh from there.

It's crucial to remember that the drive to Leh from Manali, in particular, involves crossing several high-altitude passes and can be difficult. Additionally, the route is closed throughout the winter due to a lot of snowfall.

A journey to Ladakh might not be appropriate for young children due to the area's remoteness and the difficulty of getting to numerous locations.

Before making travel arrangements, it is advised to verify the local weather forecast and make plans following it.


Accommodation facilities in Leh Ladakh?

Hotels in Leh Ladakh are designed with good architecture and good amenities. These rooms are furnished with Tibetan and Ladakhi designed with Proper washrooms. Most hotels offer MAP plans. 


What is the number of days required to explore the Leh Ladakh Tour package?


This Leh Ladakh tour will take a total of 8 days. We will begin our journey in Srinagar, Kashmir, and gradually make our way to Kargil and then to Leh, the capital of Ladakh. By taking this gradual approach, we can acclimate better as we gain altitude. 

It would be best to spend several days in Leh for acclimatization to prevent any health issues or altitude sickness during your road trip. The first two days will be dedicated to better acclimatization in Leh, the capital of Ladakh. 


With eight days in total, there will be plenty of time to explore and experience the many sights and attractions of the region.

During the tour, we will visit Monasteries, villages, valleys, high-altitude passes, stupas, lakes, Gurudwara, palaces, forts and magnetic hills and experience the local festivals of Ladakh.


Can you tell me about Ladakh Inner line Permits??

The Ladakh Inner Line Permit (ILP) is a special permit required for Indian citizens to visit certain restricted or protected areas within the Ladakh region. The permit is issued by the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council and is valid for a specific period of time.

The permit is required to visit certain areas within Ladakh, including the Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso Lake, Tso Moriri Lake, and other restricted areas. It is also required for visiting certain villages and trekking routes.

To obtain the permit, you must provide a valid government-issued ID, such as a passport or voter ID card, along with two passport-sized photographs. 

The permit can be obtained in person at the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council office in Leh online via the government's e-Permit system.

It is important to note that the ILP is not required to visit the main towns of Leh and Kargil but to visit other areas within the region, such as Turtuk, Hanle, and others areas.

It is also essential to carry the ILP with you at all times while traveling within the restricted areas and to produce it whenever asked for by the local authorities. The rules and regulations regarding the ILP are subject to change, so it is always best to check the local laws and regulations before planning the trip.


Leh Ladakh Weather through the year? 

Ladakh experiences a wide range of meteorological conditions all year long. Because the area is high in the Himalayan highlands, temperatures there can get pretty freezing, and the weather can change quickly.

The best time to visit Ladakh is during the summer (May to September) when the climate is mild and pleasant. Typical daytime temperatures are between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius (59 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit), and overnight lows can reach 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit). This time of year is suitable for outdoor activities like hiking and touring because the skies are usually clear.

Winter (November–February): With temperatures far below freezing, winter is the coldest season of the year in Ladakh. During this season, the temperature can range from -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit) to -40 degrees Celsius (-40 degrees Fahrenheit) at night in some places. Since there has been a lot of snowfall, the roads are closed, making local travel challenging.

Fall (September through October): Although the evenings are getting colder, the days are still hot during autumn. A fantastic time to travel is when the sky is largely clear, and the area is covered with bright autumnal hues.

Spring (March–April): The spring season in Ladakh is transitional, with cool but beginning to warm temperatures. The area is still covered in snow but is starting to melt, making it perfect for rafting and other water sports.

It's crucial to be aware that the weather in Ladakh can be unpredictable and that location and altitude can significantly impact temperature. The best thing to do before arranging a vacation is to check the local weather prediction, pack appropriately, and familiarise yourself with the laws and customs of the destination.


What type of vehicles are used by cab drivers for Leh Ladakh Road Trips?

The vehicles commonly used to travel around the Leh Ladakh region include Toyota Innova, Scorpio, XUV, Swift, and Tempo Travellers.


Why should you go on a Leh Ladakh road trip? 


A trip to Leh Ladakh by car is highly recommended for several reasons. Just a few of the primary factors are as follows:

Ladakh is renowned for its breathtaking scenery, which consists primarily of high-altitude deserts, snow-capped mountains, and crystal-clear lakes like Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri. Taking a road trip is a great way to see the region's beautiful scenery and get a feel for the area in a manner that a plane or train ride can't match.

Ladakh offers a unique cultural experience due to its fascinating fusion of Tibetan and Indian traditions. The Ladakhis are Buddhists with their language, culture, and traditions who practice a Tibetan version of the religion.

Many travelers choose Ladakh as their destination when it comes to adrenaline-pumping activities. In addition, it's a fantastic destination for people who love riding bicycles or motorcycles or taking road trips.

Numerous old Buddhist monasteries, including the Thiksey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, Alchi Monastery, and many others, may be found in Ladakh, as can several impressive forts. Historic palaces and forts abound, including the Leh Palace, the Stok Palace, and many others.

Ladakh hosts several annual festivals that attract visitors worldwide, including the Hemis Festival and the Sindhu Darshan Festival.

Offbeat: Ladakh is a great spot to get away from the madding masses and see a less commercialized side of India because it is a less traveled and unusual tourist destination.

A road trip to Leh Ladakh is a fantastic way to see the region's natural beauty, culture, and adventure.


What are the popular tourist destinations in Leh, Ladakh?


Magnetic hill

Magnetic Hill is a place in Leh where a powerful magnetic force is supposed to defy gravity by pulling vehicles uphill. This phenomenon has been attributed to the presence of a high magnetic field in the area, which affects the operation of engines and creates the illusion that vehicles are traveling uphill. Despite several scientific explanations, the true reason for Magnetic Hill's existence remains unknown, making it both a popular tourist destination and a source of local lore. By turning off their engines and allowing their automobiles to be pushed uphill, visitors to Magnetic Hill can see this unusual occurrence.

Nubra Valley 

Nubra is a popular place for tourists to visit because it has beautiful scenery, calm lakes, and traditional villages. People can go on a camel safari on the sand dunes, see old monasteries, and eat the local food. The valley is also known for its hot springs, which are thought to have healing powers. If you are traveling to Ladakh, it is a must-see place.


Turtuk is well-known for its rich cultural history and welcoming locals, earning it a reputation as one of Ladakh's most picturesque and pristine villages. Tourists can wander the village's winding alleys and look at the old mud-brick homes, pick some fruit at the orchards, and take in the breathtaking vistas of the nearby mountains. Turtuk is also an excellent destination for experiencing and learning about authentic Ladakhi culture and cuisine (such as thukpa and momos).

Kargil war memorial

The Kargil War Memorial is a memorial that can be found in Dras, Ladakh. It was constructed as a tribute to the Indian and Pakistani service members who sacrificed their lives during the Kargil War in 1999.

River rafting

River rafting is a well-liked kind of adrenaline-pumping activity in Ladakh. Visitors can enjoy rafting on the Indus and Zanskar rivers while being surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery.


There are various gurudwaras in Ladakh, including the Guru Nanak Darbar in Leh and the Pathar Sahib Gurudwara in Kargil. Gurudwaras are places of worship for Sikhs, and Ladakh is home to a number of them. In addition to acting as sites of pilgrimage for Sikhs, these Gurudwaras welcome guests by providing them with both food and lodging. They are well-known for the spiritual and historical value they hold, and they make up a major component of the culture and heritage of Ladakh.

Apricot blossom

The month of April marks the beginning of spring and the apricot blossom festival, which is celebrated annually in Ladakh because of the region's famous apricot orchards. Both locals and visitors flock to this festival to celebrate the splendor of the outdoors. Visitors can enjoy the blossoming orchards, sample regional delicacies, and engage in cultural events all in one place during the festival. Experience the rich culture and breathtaking landscapes of Ladakh at the annual apricot blossom festival.

Snow leopards

Ladakh is home to the endangered snow leopard, and there are many ways to protect wildlife there. Snow leopards are elusive and represent the rough beauty of the area. Poaching, the loss of habitat, and illegal hunting are all threats to the species, which needs to be protected. There are laws about conservation, projects to teach and raise awareness, and ways to get involved in the community. Ladakh's ecosystem depends on snow leopards, so it is important to keep them safe.


Ladakh's Diksit hamlet is famous for its historic monastery and Indus River setting. It's one of Ladakh's most beautiful and quiet areas, it's 11,000 feet above sea level. The village's Diksit Monastery is one of the region's oldest and most prominent. Diksit offers spectacular views of both the Indus River and surrounding mountains, a monastery, and Ladakh's rich culture. Hiking, river rafting, and other adventure sports draw tourists to the village.


Are ATMs available in Ladakh?

ATMs can be found in Ladakh, but they are less widely available than in other parts of India. They can be found in Leh and Kargil, but accessibility outside of these cities is limited. There aren't many ATMs, and even those that do exist in Leh and Kargil might run dry of cash occasionally.

Many establishments in Ladakh do not accept credit cards, UPI, or debit cards. As many locations in Ladakh are isolated and not accessible to the internet, bringing sufficient cash for your vacation is advised. Before setting out on a trip, verifying that ATMs are readily available and in good functioning order is wise.

Remember that some ATMs may not accept your card, so it's a good idea to have more than one way to get cash on hand.

If you plan on using your credit or debit cards in the area, it is also wise to let your bank know you will be away.



Shey Palace, Leh Ladakh

The monastery is found on the hillock east of Leh Town on the Leh-Manali route. Shey Palace, incorporating Shrine coupled with neighboring land Shey Palace can be located 15 kilometers to the south upstream from Leh.

The three-story copper-gilded statue of the Buddha in the DU-KHANG is housed in the imperial Palace And Shrine constructed in the sixteenth century A.D. The Palace was built in about 1650 by King Deldan Namgyal.

The Palace is home to the largest Changchup Chorten Victory Stupa in all of Ladakh, and its dome is constructed of solid gold. In 1834 A.D., the royal family relocated to the new Stok Palace.

The seated statue of Sakyamuni Buddha, about 7.5 meters in height, is made of copper and brass and is plated with gold and silver and studded with precious stones at this three-story building.


Sonmarg Kashmir


Sonmarg, also known as "Meadow of Gold," is a picturesque hill station in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated in the western Himalayas at an elevation of 2,740 meters above sea level. 

The area is known for its natural beauty, including lush green meadows, snow-capped peaks, and crystal-clear streams. The Sindh river, which flows through the valley, is a popular spot for trout fishing and rafting.

Sonmarg Kashmir is also famous for horse riding and trekking. The Thajiwas Glacier, a popular tourist spot, is also located here. It is an excellent spot for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.