Set amidst the epic Himalayas, Leh-Ladakh is a heavenly beautiful travel destination. The rugged valleys and mountains, winding roads, and vibrant cultural life maintain this region’s vitality and charm. The iconic Magnetic Hill, the turquoise coloured Pangong Lake, the confluence of two mystical rivers, ancient and awe-inspiring monasteries and the highest passes are a few of the marvellous attractions of Leh and Ladakh in general. The wide array of trekking routes will satiate your soul and enrich the senses. The moon-like desert mountains continue to be an exceptional destination for adventure seekers and admirers of Buddhism and phenomenal mountain vistas. So, pack some travel essentials to explore India’s most enthralling destination and bring back souvenirs of endless memories with you.
HOW TO GET Leh-Lakakh:
Leh Airport is conveniently connected to Delhi, Jammu and Srinagar.
The nearest railhead is Jammu Tawi or Kalka, connected to all major cities and towns in India.
Good motorable roads connect Leh to all significant places in India through Manali and Srinagar.
Leh has a cold desert climate with long, cold winters from late November to early March, with minimum temperatures well below freezing for most winter. The city gets occasional snowfall during winter. The weather in the remaining months is generally fine and warm during the day. The average annual rainfall is only 102 mm (4.02 inches). In 2010 the city experienced flash floods that killed more than 100 people.