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Package Name : Wonderful Ladakh Tour from Delhi

Ladakh Tour Duration : 8 Nights / 9 Days [Leh 5N | Kargil 1N | Nubra Valley 1N | Pangong 1N]

Pickup & Drop : Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport [IXL], Leh, Ladakh, India

Location of Leh : 3,500 m (11,500 ft) | Coordinates - 34.1526° N, 77.5771° E

Location of Kargil : 2,676 m (8,780 feet) | Coordinates - 34.5539° N, 76.1349° E

Location of Nubra Valley : 3,000 m (10,000 feet) | Coordinates - 34.6863° N, 77.5673° E

Location of Pangong Lake : 4,225 m (13,862 ft) | Coordinates - 33.7595° N, 78.6674° E

Location of Khardung La Pass : 5,602 m (18,379 ft) | Coordinates - 34.2787° N, 77.6047° E

Highest Point in Ladakh : Khardung La - 5,359 m / 17,582 ft

Currencies of Ladakh : INR (Indian Rupee)

Time zone of Ladakh : (GMT+5:30)

Which is the best time to book Leh Ladakh Package Tour    →

Before you plan for Ladakh Package Tour From Delhi, you must be well conversant with various climates & temperature in Ladakh. Winter in Ladakh is unbearable as temperature can drop as low as -30° (Leh & Kargil) to -60° in (Drass). You will experience subzero temperature from December to end of February. This results in freezing of all available water resources and life become standstill in Ladakh. So it is not a good idea to plan Leh Ladakh Trip during winter. So what is the best time to travel Ladakh then?

Well, according to suggestions of NatureWings - the Ladakh Tour specialist, the best time to book Ladakh Tour Package is between April to mid of September as during this time only Ladakh has the pleasant weather and accessibility to various sightseeing destinations. During summer which starts from April and prevail till end of July temperature varies between 15°C - 30°C. The snow is completely vanished and you can discover Ladakh with its full bloom with an ambience of favourite Hemis festival. So, what are you waiting for? Pickup your phone and talk to our Ladakh Tour specialist Now. You can book the Ladakh Package Tour from Mumbai also.

What are the tourist attractions of Ladakh Tour Package From Delhi    →

In Leh Ladakh Trip you will cover the popular tourist spot like - Suru Valley, Nubra Valley, Zanskar Valley, Chang La Pass, Confluence of The Indus And Zanskar River, Pangong Lake, Hunder Village, Hemis Gompa, Hemis National Park, Khardung La, Alchi Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Spituk Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Shey Monastery, Stakna Monastery, Sankar Monastery, Matho Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Hall of Fame, Kargil, Drass War Memorial, Zorawar Fort, Magnetic Hill etc.

Please mail us to with your Leh Ladakh Tour Plan and we will be happy to provide you the complete itinerary of Ladakh Package Tour comprising of Leh, Kargil, Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake with best package cost.

As you assemble the Ladakh Trip, make sure you put in order some of the secular monasteries, palaces and the old town in Leh in your itinerary. NatureWings Leh Ladakh Package Tour are especially designed to provide you the most of India's treasured gems. You can observe world's most inexperienced nature with simplicity yet captivating lifestyle of this realm with any one of our perfect Ladakh Tour. Be a part of the vivid travel story with us and delight our heritage to travel, explore and celebrate life.


DelhiLeh (Road)1023 Kms
DelhiLeh (Flight)617 Kms
LehThiksey Monastery24 min (16.5 km) via Keylong-Leh Rd/Leh Manali Hwy
LehShey Monastery20 min (12.5 km) via Keylong-Leh Rd/Leh Manali Hwy
Leh CityLeh Palace7 min (2.3 km) via Old Leh Rd
Leh CityShanti Stupa14 min (4.9 km) via Skara Rd
LehKargil4 hr 31 min (216.7 km) via NH1
KargilLikir Monastery3 hr 41 min (171.6 km) via NH1
KargilAlchi Monastery3 hr 26 min (159.1 km) via NH1
KargilLamayuru Monastery2 hr 19 min (102.7 km) via NH1
Lamayuru MonasteryLeh2 hr 12 min (114.7 km) via NH1
LehNubra Valley4 hr 33 min (160.3 km) via Khardung La Rd
LehKhardung La Pass1 hr 13 min (39.6 km) via Khardung La Rd
Nubra ValleyDiskit Monastery2 hr 5 min (76.1 km) via Charasa Rd
LehPangong Lake5 hr 26 min (222.9 km) via Pangong Lake Rd
Pangong LakeChang La Pass3 hr 39 min (148.6 km) via Pangong Lake Rd
Pangong LakeHemis Monastery4 hr 55 min (198.7 km) via Pangong Lake Rd



What are the activities I can include in my Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi?    →

There are lots of activities that traveller can indulge with during Leh Ladakh Tour. They are like :

Chadar Trek  →  a popular trekking on a thin layer of ice. It’s most sought after activities in Ladakh Trip from Delhi.

Markha Valley Trek  →  another popular trek that traveller can undertake to enjoy the extravagant beauty of the Gandala La, Kongmaru La and Hemis National Park.

Tso Moiri Lake Campfire  →  it's another thrilling experience under the clear starry sky. Sitting around the fire and singing in chorus having a guitar will be an unforgettable experience.

Mountain Biking  →  Ladakh is a dream destination for every biker and biking high altitude passes like Khardung La and Marsimik La gives an unparalled experience.

Nubra Valley Camel Riding  →  a high altitude cold desert where one can ride on a double-humped camel and enjoy the mezmerising landscapes of Ladakh.






ladakh package tour itinerary from delhi


Arrival at Leh Kushok Bakula Airport (This must be one of the Most Sensational Flights in the World. On a clear day from one side of the aircraft can be seen in the distance the peaks of K2, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum and on the other side of the aircraft, so close that you feel you could reach out and touch it, is the Nun Kun massif) for your Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi. Upon arrival you will be meet and greet with our representative and transfer to Hotel for Check in. Complete day for rest and leisure to acclimatize followed by Welcome Tea or Coffee at the Hotel. Evening visit to Leh Market (If time permit). Overnight stay at Hotel in Leh.


After a leisurely breakfast, drive to view some of top most attractions in Ladakh :

Thiksey Monastery - Thiksey Monastery is located on a hill-lock with formidable views of the Indus valley. Thiksey is especially noteworthy for its gigantic seated statue of the Maitreya and is also known for its (Dukhang) assembly hall which houses hundreds of rectangular prayer books, stacked between wooden covers and bound in silk.

Shey Monastery - the former summer palace of the King of Ladakh. The Shey Monastery or Gompa and the Shey Palace complex are structures located on a hillock in Shey, 15 kilometres to the south of Leh in Ladakh, northern India on the Leh-Manali road. Shey was the old capital of the upper Ladakh region. When the Dogras of Jammu invaded Ladakh in 1842, the Namgyals abandoned the palace and fled to Stok (they made it their permanent residence) on the opposite side of the Indus River. It is conjectured that the fort found in ruins, not dated, above the present palace at Shey, belonged to this period of invasion. Subsequently, when the political dictates necessitated shifting of the capital to Leh, even then the importance of Shey continued since it was a mandatory requirement of the Namgyal kings to father their heir apparent here.

3 Idiot School - This school is also known as "The Druk White Lotus School" located in Shey, Ladakh, in northern India, and is known locally as the "Druk Padma Karpo School". Karpo means White and Padma means Lotus in the local language Bodhi. The school got its name 3 idiot school after the famous Indian actor Mr. Amir Khan cast his memorable movie 3 idiots here. Post lunch you may visit :

Leh Palace - Leh Palace is a former royal palace overlooking the town of Leh, Ladakh, in the Indian Himalayas. This palace was constructed circa 1600 by Sengge Namgyal. The palace was abandoned when Dogra forces took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century and forced the royal family to move to Stok Palace. It is nine storeys high, the upper floors accommodated the royal family, while the lower floors held stables and store rooms. Much of the palace is in deteriorated condition, and little survives of its interior decorations. The Palace Museum holds a rich collection of jewellery, ornaments, ceremonial dresses and crowns. Chinese thangka or paintings, which are more than 450 years old, with intricate designs still retain the bright colors derived from crushed and powdered gems and stones. Structures around the palace's base include the prominent Namgyal Stupa, the colourfully muralled Chandazik Gompa and the 1430 Chamba Lhakhang, with medieval mural fragments located between the inner and outer walls. The palace is being restored by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), this palace is open to the public and the roof provides panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding areas.

Tour Leh Palace during Leh Ladakh Package Tour From Delhi


After breakfast you drive downstream along the River Indus on Leh – Kargil Highway. Your Kargil Package Tour starts today. Enroute visit :

Gurudwara Patthar Sahib - nestled deep in the Himalayas, a drive of another 4 km took us to Magnetic Hill which defies the law of gravity & further driving through a picturesque landscape we reached the Confluence Of The Indus And Zanskar River.

Likir Monastery - is one of the most active monasteries in the region. As you drive up to the monastery a recently installed colossal gilded image of the Maitreya out in the open is one of the most impressive sights in Ladakh. On the way you may visit:

Alchi Monastery - Alchi Monastery or Alchi Gompa is a Buddhist Monastery, known more as a monastic complex (chos-'khor) of temples in Alchi village in the Leh District, under the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council of the Ladakh Union Territory. The complex comprises four separate settlements in the Alchi village in the lower Ladakh region with monuments dated to different periods. Of these four hamlets, Alchi Monastery is said to be the oldest and most famous. En-route visiting the mesmerizing Moon Landscapes (you will believe why the name of this area is Moonland. Exactly the same formations of Land are visible as on the moon), Later Drive to KARGIL over Fatu-la (13,489 ft) which is the highest pass on Srinagar - Leh Road. Upon arrival in Kargil we check in at Hotel. Overnight at Kargil.

Visit Alchi Monastery during Ladakh Tour by Flight from Delhi


After breakfast you drive downstream along the River Indus on Kargil – Leh Highway, after visiting the Monastery you continue your drive towards Kargil enroute visiting the 11th century Lamayuru Monastery (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh) A. H. Francke states that, "according to popular tradition" it was originally the foremost Bon Monastery in Ladakh, its name means "Sauwastika" and is a popular symbol in Bon for "eternity". Yungdrung is the name of the most popular school of Bon.

After check in the hotel evening is free for the personal activities and local market visit for shopping. Overnight at Leh Hotel.

Astonishing Lamayuru Monastery Tour during Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi


After Breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla Pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft). Arrive at Hundur Village by afternoon. Enjoy Double Hump Camel Safari in sand dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village.

As per the medics, it is advisable to not stay at the top for more than 20-25 mins as it could be detrimental to health owing to its high altitude. Overnight at Nubra Valley.

Nubra Valley Tour with Double Hump Vamel Ride during Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi by Flight


After Breakfast you may visit Diskit Monastery which is also known as Deskit Gompa. Diskit Gompa is the oldest and largest Buddhist Monastery in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh, northern India. It belongs to the Gelugpa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It was founded by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a disciple of Tsong Khapa, founder of Gelugpa.

Crossing Khardungla Pass reach Leh by afternoon. Evening free time at Leisure to explore Leh market. Overnight at Leh Hotel.

Diskit Monastery Tour during Ladakh Tour Package from Delhi


After early Breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft, it is the third highest motorable road in the world. Arrive Pangong Lake - the highest Salt Water Lake in the World, shared by two countries India & China. Enjoy the beauty of the lake on the banks of Pangong Lake while appreciating the changing colours and fascinating high altitude of the Lake.

As per the medics, it is advisable to not stay at the top for more than 20-25 mins as it could be detrimental to health owing to its high altitude. Overnight at Pangong.

Wonderful Pangong Lake Tour while travelling Leh Ladakh from delhi


In the morning visit Pangong Lake to view the spectacular Sunrise, later after breakfast start your journey back to Leh, enroute you may visit:

Hemis Monastery - Hemis Monastery is a Himalayan Buddhist Monastery (Gompa) of the Drukpa Lineage, in Hemis, Ladakh, India. The monastery was re-established in 1672 by the Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyal. Hemis Monastery existed before the 11th century. Naropa, the pupil of the yogi Tilopa, and teacher of the translator Marpa is connected with this monastery. A translation was made by A. Grünwedel (Naro und Tilo: Festschrift Ernst Kuhn, München 1916) of Naropa's biography that was found in Hemis Monastery.

Sindhu Ghat - Sindhu Ghat is the bank of the Indus River in the Ladakh. There is a beautiful place called Sindhu Darshan Point. In the evening walk around Local Market. Overnight at Leh.

Tour Hemis Monastery while Ladakh Tour from Delhi


Tour concludes. NatureWings thanks you for your patronage and ensures a punctual transfer to Domestic Airport to catch the flight for your onward destination and cherish your memories forever.


Ladakh - 3 Idiots and a Lake    →

In your Ladakh Package Tour From Delhi you will see that ladakh holds the place for which one falls in short of words to express the exceptional beauty of the territory is the Pangong Lake or Pangong Tso or "Hollow Lake", one of the largest salt water lakes in Asia extending from India to Tibet, having an altitude of 14,000 feet and an area of 604 sq. km.

The ideal lake has grabbed the imagination of many film makers such as Mani Ratnam, Rajkumar Hirani & Vipul Amrutlal Shah. Several films of Bollywood have been shot at this stunning locale of the Pangong Lake. From "Dil Se" of Mani Ratnam to "3 idiots" of Rajkumar Hirani to few scenes of "Jab Tak He Jaan" & "Sanam Re" - Pangong Lake has been an important part of many film moments in the past years.

The blockbuster movie 3 idiots released in 2009 were filmed in the beautiful location at the Pangong Lake of Ladakh. In the climax scene Kareena Kapoor dressed in bright red bridal saree, was riding a retro scooter down the narrow strip of white sand, surprising her estranged lover, Aamir Khan. They reunite. Aamir Khan also reunites with his college mates. Around them was sparkling blue green water’s lap a sweep of frosted mountain.

One would get to see this heaven beauty through booking Leh Ladakh Package Tour from NatureWings. Tourist would get to see the setting of 3 idiots’ final scene at the "shooting point" where families click selfies in the late afternoon haze. The tourist can find there a half dozen restaurant named Rancho café & 3 idiot café found near the shooting point which enhances the essence of Ladakh Tour. Near the water, tourists can climb atop a mustard-yellow scooter; pose a photo just to like Kareena.

After 3 Idiots hit theatres, Pangong – the glistening, turquoise 125 km lake that served as backdrop for 3 Idiots’ rising conclusion – rose to unprecedented popularity. Having given enough travel goals to the Ladakh lovers, tourists from all over the word started crowding Ladakh like never before. So, without thinking much one must visit this mesmerizing and breath-taking place through Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi to experience the inundated beauty.

Pangong Lake - The Most Scenic Creations of Nature    →

This 8N-9D Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi includes the most famous and sparkling blue Pangong lake, situated in Changthang region near Leh-Ladakh (5 hours drive from Leh) in the Himalayas, at a height of approximately 4,350 m above the sea level. The beautiful multi-shaded ocean like lake is 134 km (83 mi) long and extends from India to the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China with 60% coverage in Tibet. The Pangong Lake is almost 5 km wide at its broadest point. All together it covers 604 sq. km.

Pangong Lake Tour Packages in Ladakh from Delhi
The word Pangong is derived from a Tibetan word "Banggong Co" which means "long, narrow, enchanted lake". Pangong Lake in Ladakh is the world's highest brackish lake at 14,256 feet above the sea level. In winter the lake freezes completely, despite being saline water. The Brackish water lake does not support vegetation or aquatic life, despite you can spot many water birds as well as migratory birds like Brahmani Ducks, Rare black necked cranes and Seagulls during summer. One can also spot Ladakhi Marmots, a rodent-like creature here.

A unique feature of the end or heic Lake is that it does not remain blue throughout the year or even the day, rather it changes colors with the weather condition. The water sparkles in distinct shades of blue, green, purple, and violet, being transparent to a good depth, stand in stark contrast to the arid mountains surrounding it. Though boating is prohibited here, but Camping at Pangong Lake can be an enthralling experience.

It has emerged as one of the most desired places to visit especially after the movie-shoots of Bollywood blockbusters "3 idiots" and "Jab Tak Hai Jaan". The serenity and tranquility of Pangong Lake are the tourist's paradise which cannot be described but can only be experienced through booking the Ladakh Tour From Delhi with NatureWings.

Hotel Nalanda Retreat, Leh, Ladakh

NatureWings Partners Hotels and Resorts in Ladakh


Leh : Hotel white Yak / Similar

Kargil : Hotel Kargil Height / Similar

Nubra Valley : Skylark Resort & Camp / Similar

Pangong : Pangong Delight Camp / 100 Skies / Similar

Hotel Zojila Residency Kargil, Ladakh


Leh : Grand Himalaya / Nalanda Retreat / Hotel Evergreen / The Indus Valley / The Abduz / Grand Dragon / Similar

Kargil : Zozila Residence / PC Hotel / Similar

Nubra Valley : Karma Inn / Desert Himalaya / Stone Hedge / Organic Retreat / Lchang Nang Retreat / Similar

Pangong : Pangong Inn / Pangong Retreat / High Lake Camp / Nature Nest / Similar

Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi

Leh Ladakh Package Tour Inclusions :

→   Accommodation in listed Hotels

→   Breakfast and Dinner only

→   Transfers and all sightseeing in an exclusive Private vehicle

→   Parking, Toll Tax, Permits

→   Guest Service Support during trip from India office 24/7

Delhi to Leh Tour Packages

Ladakh Tour from Delhi Exclusions

→   Any item which is not mentioned in the Inclusion section

→   Lunch or any other meal

→   All Museums, Monuments and other entry Fees

→   Parking, Toll Tax, Permits

→   Laundry, Tips, Phone Call or any Personal Expenses

Leh Ladakh Tour Packages from Delhi

What are the top 15 Monasteries to visit in Leh Ladakh Trip?

→   Hemis Monastery [Coordinates: 33.912610°N 77.707646°E]

→   Thiksey Monastery [Coordinates: 34.0560 N 77.6667 E]

→   Diskit Monastery [Coordinates: 34° 32' 28? N, 77° 33' 37? E]

→   Likir Monastery [Coordinates: 34.2932° N, 77.2151° E]

→   Spituk Monastery [Coordinates: 34.1255° N, 77.5266° E]

→   Stakna Monastery [Coordinates: 34.0050° N, 77.6852° E]

→   Alchi Monastery [Coordinates: 34.2237° N, 77.1752° E]

→   Phyang Monastery [Coordinates: 34.1864° N, 77.4898° E]

→   Takthok Monastery [Coordinates: 34.0056° N, 77.8202° E]

→   Sumda Chun Monastery [Coordinates: 31.5797° N, 77.1672° E]

→   Lamayuru Monastery [Coordinates: 34.2830° N, 76.7742° E]

→   Phugtal Monastery [Coordinates: 33.2663° N, 77.1830° E]

→   Shey Monastery [Coordinates: 34.0715° N, 77.6331° E]

→   Matho Monastery [Coordinates: 33.9970° N, 77.6450° E]

Ladakh Package Tour from Delhi

What are the Do's and Don'ts in Ladakh Package Tour?

→   Before your Ladakh Tour Plan from Delhi gather all information about climate and weather of Ladakh

→   Take proper rest to acclimatize

→   As oxygen level in Ladakh is very low, so it is better to move slowly and breathe deep

→   Drink only boiled or bottled mineral water

→   Carry plenty of drinking water, dry foods and dry fruits during Travel

→   To travel within Ladakh and for sightseeing book a local taxi or cab

→   Smoking and consumption of alcohol is not suggested during Ladakh Trip

→   Don't forget to add First-aid box in your wish list

→   During your Ladakh Tour in summer, carry light woollen dress, light jackets, boots, caps, sun glasses and gloves

→   Don't forget to carry fully charged extra batteries, power banks for your mobile phone, camera etc

→   Carry Post Paid SIM of BSNL, Airtel or Vodafone

→   Solo Biking Tour in Ladakh is not suggestible at all. In desperate need, you may not get any help for several kms. So it is advised to Ladakh Group Tour in Bike

→   During your Ladakh Tour from Delhi, you can take the advantages of oxygen Cylinders in your taxi / cab for an extra charge. It can help to breathe you in high altitude areas

→   Always procure Inner Line Permit (ILP) to travel restricted areas like Nubra Valley, Hunder Village or Pangong Lake

→   Always take permission before clicking photographs inside any monasteries or any persons

→   Make Ladakh plastic free, always bring back used bottles and plastics

→   Dress decently. Don't wear shorts, sleeveless dress while visiting Buddhist Gompa or Monasteries

Q. What are the alternative options to fly in Leh Ladakh?

So, if you don’t want to fly directly to Leh, NatureWings suggest you to make your journey from Srinagar. First you book a Kashmir Package Tour from Kolkata from NatureWings and after arriving in Srinagar, you stay one night in a Houseboat. We bet, it will be a different experience during your Ladakh Tour. Then you start a 6 to 7 hrs road journey to Kargil (2,675 m) through NH1 via Sonmarg and Dras – known as “The Gateway to Ladakh”. It is 200km journey with breathtaking natural beauty on both sides of the road. Go for a night stay in Kargil which comes under Ladakh Union Territory. Next day morning after a little Kargil Tour, you start for Leh by Road. Kargil to Leh is almost another 200+ Km journey via NH1. It will be another 6 to 7 hrs journey and you can cover some of the good sightseeing points like Lamayuru Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Likir Monastery, Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib Etc. Here most important point is that as you are already staying in high altitude like Srinagar (1,585 m) and Kargil (2,675 m), you will acclimatize yourself easily in Leh (3,500 m).

Q. What are the health facility available in Ladakh?

Leh is having a very good hospital with modern facility, good infrastructure, well maintained and clean. It is very good Gov hospital and provide wonderful treatment to tourist in emergency. Apart from that, many hotels keep oxygen cylinder, so in case of need, travelers can avail it. Moreover many tour operators keep small oxygen cylinder in car also in case of emergency.

Q. Are all sightseeing points open in Ladakh?

Almost all sightseeing places are open in Leh except White Lotus School (closed as on date), Hall of Fame ( partially closed as on date), but other sightseeing places are open like Thiksey Monastery, Shey Palace, Hemis Monastery and Shanti Stupa. Leh palace some time is allowing visitors to enter inside or some time you can see it from outside. So most of the places are open and can be visited during your Ladakh Package Tour.

Q. Is permit required for Leh Ladakh Tour?

The answer is, it depends. If your (Indian Citizen) Ladakh Tour is confined within Leh city, you don’t need to procure any Permit. Here comes the real fact as your Ladakh Trip will not be confined within the Leh city, you will surely travel the main attractions of Ladakh like Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, Hunder Village, Lake Moriri etc, so you definitely need a permit to travel there. This permit is known as IPL or Inner Line Permit which is issued from the DM office at Leh. You can also apply for this permit online. Specific portal is available in Internet for that.

Q. What is Ladakh Known as?

Ladakh has got many names like 'the Moon land', 'Little Tibet', 'the last Shangri-La' and 'Roof of the World'.
According to Helena Norberg-Hodge, founder & director of "Local Futures - Ladakh" - "Ladakh is a harsh and mountainous desert of wild beauty, set among the jagged peaks of western Himalayas".

Q. How can I deal with high altitude sickness in Ladakh?

In high altitude like Ladakh one can experience altitude sickness along with difficulty in breath, loss of appetite, dizziness, lack of sleep etc. In that case a good amount of sleep is absolute necessary and you must not indulge with any hard job like hiking, trekking, long run etc. Just with a proper rest your body with become habituate with the new environment.

Q. Which is the coldest month in Ladakh?

January is the coldest month in Ladakh and the temperature is freezing cold. During day time the temperature remains at -3°C to -5°C and during night the temperature drops even further. It ranges between -12°C to -15°C. During January to March end, entire valley and mountains get carpeted under the thick layer of white snow.

Q. Which is the best time to travel Ladakh?

The mid of September to mid of October months are considered to be the best season to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the landscape of Ladakh as well as Leh. While in the Leh Ladakh Package Tour, the month of March is considered as the best time to visit Ladakh for adventure trip. While the months from April to mid-May are the peak season for Ladakh Tourism.

Q. How many days are sufficient for Leh Ladakh Tour Packages?

In any Ladakh Trip from Delhi first two to three days are necessary for acclimatization and you need at least 8 to 10 days excluding travel time, to enjoy the stunning beauty of Ladakh comprises villages, monasteries, lakes scattered miles away.

Q. How many flights operate from Delhi to Leh on daily basis?

On average near about 14 flights operates between Delhi (DEL) to Ladakh (IXL) on daily basis among which 9 are direct flight to and from Delhi and 5 are connecting flight from Mumbai, Jammu, Srinagar, Chandigarh. Airlines that operate in this route are Spicejet, GoAir, Indian airlines, Vistara and IndiGo.

Q. Which airline offers the cheapest flight fare between Delhi - Leh flight route?

GoAir offers the cheapest flight fares between Delhi to Leh flight route.

Q. Can I book Ladakh Package via Manali?

Yes, definitely you can. The most adventurous thing which pumps up our adrenaline is – Ladakh Tour from Manali through Manali Leh Highway. For freightless traveler, it’s a passion, for photographers it’s a paradise and for bikers, it’s a dream. The road distance between Manali to Leh is approximately 490 km and it almost takes 2 days for the journey by motorcycle, Jeep or SUV.

Q. Can you give me any idea on the total number of monasteries within Ladakh region?

Ladakh is the land of monasteries comprising Mahayana and Hinayana sects of Buddhism. These monasteries are settled amidst the stunning backdrop of mountains and valleys hence attract lots of tourists. Some of the monasteries that are visited mostly by travelers are:

Spituk Monastery
Hemis Monastery
Thiksey Monastery
Lamayuru Monastery
Shey Monastery
Phyang Monastery
Alchi Monastery
Stongde Monastery
Diskit Monastery
Takthok Monastery
Sumda Chun Monastery

Q. Which are the most sought after airlines from Delhi to Leh?

The airlines that are most preferred between Delhi to Leh route are - Spicejet, GoAir, Air India, Vistara and IndiGo.

Q. Are there direct bus service from Delhi to Leh?

Yes, There is a direct Delhi to Leh bus service by HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Corporation) that runs from ISBT (Inter State Bus Terminal) Kashmere Gate, New Delhi, at 2.30 PM every day. It covers the total distance of 1050 km in about 35 Hrs. This Delhi to Leh direct bus halts overnight at Keylong and covers this journey in 2 days.

Q. What is the travel time duration between Delhi Airport (DEL) to Leh (IXL)?

It takes around 1h 15min on direct flight from Delhi to Leh

Q. Is it possible to travel Pangong Lake from Leh and come back in a day?

Absolutely, it is very much possible, you just have to start early (4:00 AM) from Leh City if you want to cover Leh to Pangong in a day & be back by evening. It will take you at least 5-6 hours to get to Pangong & another 5-6 hours to return back.

Q. Do I need an Inner Line Permit to visit Nubra Valley?

Yes, you would need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Nubra Valley as it is too close to the country borders. Whereas, foreigners would need a Protected Area Permit (PAP) for the same.

Q. What is Khardung La pass? Is it open throughout the year?

Khardung La is a high mountain pass [5,359 m / 17,582 ft] in the Leh district of the Indian Union Territory of Ladakh. The pass is the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra valleys. Khardung-La pass is controlled by the Army and so it is kept open through out the year, also making Nubra Valley accessible throughout the year.

Q. Can I use ATM at Leh, Nubra & Pangong?

Tourists planning for Ladakh Kargil Tour Packages should keep in mind that there are only 5 to 6 active ATMs (SBI, HDFC, J&K Bank) available in Leh and Kargil (availability of cash is not assured). Except this you will not find a single ATM anywhere in Ladakh. Even in winter season due to weather conditions the ATMs maybe nonoperational or may face difficulties to perform. So it is recommended to carry the required amount of cash during your Ladakh Trip from Delhi.

Q. Is it safe to travel solo in Ladakh?

Yes, surely you can travel safely as a solo and an independent traveller in Ladakh. So, don't worry! And pre-book / pre-arrange your Ladakh Tour without any hindrance.

Q. Can I enjoy snow fall during my Ladakh Trip?

If you’re planning Ladakh Package Tour From Delhi and you want to see snow then March to Mid-May is your time to visit as you will definitely find snow on your Leh Ladakh Trip.

Ladakh Tour Reviews

4.8 Stars Rating, out of 5
based on 37 Reviews

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Pranabesh Mohanty


I made a dream trip to Ladakh with NatureWings. I along with two teammates completed our trip in a span of 8 days. All accommodations arranged by NatureWings were very good. Where Our Driver cum Guide Karma Bhaiya showed us the breathtaking beauty of the Ladakh Region consisting of the Monasteries of Leh, Special attraction was double humped camels & the Magnetic hills of Leh region. We have really enjoyed our trip and highly satisfied with the all arrangements. It was a great memory to cherish. Looking forward to travel again with you guys shortly.

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Swakal Acharya


Few days back we, a family of 6 people have completed our tour of Leh Ladakh. The entire tour was conducted by NatureWings. We have started our journey from Bangalore. All arrangements along with the accommodation and the transportation were very much satisfactory as per our expectations. Vehicle was good and the driver was a very nice and helpful person to accompany with. The planning of the itinerary was so much perfect so that we do not need to rush all day. Tough the roads were rough in some parts still we were mesmerized by the beauty of the region. Nature, with all its treasures, always provides a treat to the eyes and soul. Good Job NatureWings. Keep it up.

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Tushar Baghla


Me and My wife have chosen the Mesmerism Ladakh for our Honeymoon. We are from Mumbai and booked our entire Ladakh Package from NatureWings. From the very beginning they have guided us properly and passed all necessary information Guidelines. Based on our requirements they designed our Leh Ladakh Trip in a very decent way. We have taken a flight from Mumbai to Leh. Once we land up at Leh airport, our Driver was already present there. Mr. Jigme was a very nice person. He took us to all the sightseeing points and guided us for local Do's & Don’ts. We were very happy to see that on the very day he requested us to do not through and wastage or garbage on road to keep Ladakh clean. Amidst the journey, we travelled through the Khardungla Top, the highest motor-able road of the world. The deep blue water of the Pangong Lake mesmerized us with its own beauty. Lastly I will like to request to the entire upcoming tourist for Ladakh region that, in our travel days we found Ladakh so clean, that’s why it looks more beautiful. The increasing number of tourists can hamper its cleanliness. PLEASE KEEP YOUR WASTE WITH YOU AND DROP IT IN PROPER PLACE. KEEP LADAKH CLEAN.

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Raghav Hans Raj


Thanks to nature wings for providing a magnificent Ladakh Tour Package for my family. All of the arrangement that they have provided as accommodation and vehicle was as committed. During tour their representative was in touch with us for the every help and guidance in regular basis. What they have offered during booking, they were committed to that and arranged nicely keeping the view of utmost satisfaction of the tourists. The drivers were polite and punctual of time. Thanks for NatureWings team to customize the requirements within my budget. I recommend that whenever anyone plan for a Ladakh Tour, then please have a word with NatureWings. They have expertise in customizing Ladakh Trip within budget and beyond expectations. Kudos NatureWings. Keeps the good job going.

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Chandra Bhusan Pandit


Really it was an amazing trip organised by NatureWings. I liked the way they have planned the whole trip. Hotels and drivers were very good. The driver allotted for the trip was very polite & was proficient in driving through the Mountain terrains. NatureWings team was in touch in daily basis for our feedback or any complaints. We enjoyed the breathtaking beauty of the Ladakh Region consisting of the Monasteries of Leh, the cold desert of Nubra with its double humped camels, the deep blue water of the Pangong Lake, the Magnetic hills of Leh region and many more. In between the journey, we traversed through the Khardungla Top, the highest motor-able road of the world. While coming back from Leh, we crossed Kargil where the Infamous battle of Indo-Pak took place and paid homage in the war Memorial. Though the roads were tough, nature with all its treasures was always ready to provide a treat to the eyes and soul. We really enjoyed our Ladakh Trip very much. Thanks NatureWings for a memorable experience.