Considering places like Leh Palace, Magnetic hill, Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Khardung La, Diksit, Tso Moriri and villages of Turtuk and Panamik, you will find at least 8-10 days enough for Leh Ladakh Tour Package.

A 7-day trip to Kashmir is enough to explore Kashmir fully. And to explore the many beauties and wonders of this delightful destination. You can visit popular sites such as Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, and Sonamarg, taking a day to explore each one.

The winter season in Ladakh starts from late October and lasts till February, with the temperatures dropping as low as 10°C. Snowfall occurs heavily during this time, and causes frequent blocking of roads.

Vehicles from Sonamarg towards Srinagar and Gulmarg towards Srinagar will not be allowed after 3:00 PM and 5:00 PM, respectively. Yatris/tourists are advised to plan their travel between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM within the Kashmir Valley, ensuring they reach their destination during this time period.

Gulmarg has attracted millions of tourists throughout its existence with the scenic beauty of the Himalayan Mountains in the back drop. One of the main attractions in Gulmarg is the Gulmarg Gondola, the Highest Cable Car in the world.

You can explore these magnificent Higher Himalayas in below travel styles. Ladakh - Premium (Ex Leh) recommended for Families or group of friends starting right from 14 to 60 years old & seeking Premium Stay, Food & Travel arrangements.

Reaching Ladakh by air is one of the best and most comfortable ways. A number of airlines provide direct flights for Ladakh. The nearest airport to Leh is the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh and regular flights are available from cities like Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar and Chandigarh.

Ladakh is a mountainous region nestled in the Indian Himalayas. Ladakh means “land of high passes”. The 270,000 inhabitants live at an altitude between 2,800 metres and 4,500 metres above sea level. Several peaks in the Ladakh mountain range are above 6,000 metres.

Kashmir is dotted with a large number of heritage sites that include not only palaces and gardens but also Buddhist ruins, mosques as well as Hindu Temples. Amongst the top heritage attractions in Kashmir region is Pari Mahal, also known as the Abode of Fairies.

The staple food of Ladakhi people are Sku and Thukpa (made of wheat flour), Pava (made of sattu) and khambir (local bread). Tourists can try Ladakhi food that is rich in flavor and it includes Thukpa which is a thick soup that is prepared with vegetables

According to ancient Indian texts, such as the Mahabharata and the Rajatarangini, the region of Kashmir was known as "Kashmira" or "Kashyap-Mir" in ancient times, named after the sage Kashyapa who is believed to have settled the region.

Dal is a lake in Srinagar (Dal Lake is a misnomer as Dal in Kashmiri means lake), the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. The urban lake, is integral to tourism and recreation in Kashmir and is named the “Jewel in the crown of Kashmir” or “Srinagar's Jewel”.

Serzang temple is one of the famous Ladakh temples located near to the royal quarters in Basgo village in Ladakh. Serzang temples were built during the time of 17th century using gold and copper.

The snowfall season in Kashmir starts from December to February. But if the temperature goes down, snowfall can happen even in September or October.

Baisaran valley in Pahalgam is known as Mini Switzerland in Kashmir.

River Jhelum, a major tributary out of five major tributaries viz. Satluj, Beas, Ravi Chenab and Jhelum which are ultimately merging with river Indus in Pakistan is the west flowing river. The Jhelum (Vyeth in Kashmiri, Vetesta in Sanskrit and Hydaspes in Greek) is the main waterway of the Kashmir valley.

Kashmir Day is on February 5, and this day is observed by the people in Pakistan and Kashmir who have been fighting for their freedom for more than 70 years. This day is also celebrated in honor of the Kashmiris who have lost their lives in the fight for freedom.

A bike trip to Leh Ladakh is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that every biker must undertake. The area boasts snow-capped mountains, crystal-clear lakes, places to visit in Ladakh, and an unmatched culture that attracts bikers from across the globe.

Ladakh is situated over 3,000 meters above the sea level and features, the highest bridge – Bailey Bridge over Suru and Dras rivers, the highest salt water lake – Pangong Tso, the highest farmed fields close to the Tso-Moriri lake at Korzok and the highest arena on earth at Siachen Glacier.

The diversity of Ladakh arises from its nature and the wildlife is a part of this beautiful nature. Ladakh holds a beautiful Himalayan nature, untainted by commercialism. Rare birds and animals can be found in their natural habitat rich with Himalayan flora.