Leh is connected by good motorable roads to all major places in India. Leh is: 1047 km from Delhi, 434 km from Srinagar, 230 km from Kargil, 494 km from Manali, 380 km from Keylong, 118 km from Deskit (Nubra Valley), 690 km from Jammu.

Srinagar to Leh (approx 434 Kms)

Reach Ladakh from Kashmir Valley through Kargil, which is around 434 kms. This route remains open from early June to November. Zoji-La pass of the Himalayan ranges that is a gateway to Ladakh is approximately 11,500 feet (3,505 m high) above the sea level. J & K State Road Transport Corporation, J&K SRTC, runs regular deluxe and ordinary bus services between Srinagar and Leh. There’s a night stay in Kargil. You can also hire cars, jeeps or taxis in Srinagar. If traveling in groups, you can rent deluxe buses for Leh, Kargil or Padum (Zanskar) from J & K SRTC at Srinagar.

Manali to Leh (approx 473 Kms)

Manali-Leh road of 473 kms, since 1989 has been another route to Ladakh. This route is open from mid-June to early October. The road passes through the desert plateau of Rupsho and is around 3,660m to 4,570m high. There are a number of high passes falling on the route, Taglang-La being second highest motorable road in the world, 17,469 feet (5,235m) above the sea level. Himachal Pradesh Tourism (HRTC) and J & K SRTC run daily deluxe and ordinary buses between Manali and Leh; that takes around hours (or two days) with night halt in camps at Serchu or Pang. You can also hire a Gypsy or jeep taxis.

By Air

Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is the main airport of the area. The flights are directly connected from Delhi, Srinagar and Jammu; by the flights run by Air India, Go Air and Jet Airways. The schedules are set already though, but these are subject to change according to the weather. It is advised that you keep your plans flexible.

Intra-region Travel

The best and pocket-friendly way of traveling within the region is by public buses, which have a fixed route and schedule. They are comfortable and convenient. You can also hire a taxi by fixing a tariff. For visiting areas such as Nubra, Dah-Hanu, Tsomoriri, Tsokar and Pangong Lakes, it is necessary that you take the services of a registered travel agency that will make transport arrangements for you. You can get detailed information about intra-region transportation from the tourist office or travel guides.

Distances by Road

  • Srinagar – Leh: 434 Km
  • Manali – Leh: 473 Km
  • Srinagar – Kargil: 204 Km
  • Delhi – Leh: 1047 Kms
  • Leh – Kargil: 234 Km
  • Kargil – Padum (Zanskar): 240 Km
  • Leh – Deskit (Nubra Valley): 118 Kms.



State : Jammu & Kashmir

District : Leh

Languages : Ladakhi, Tibetan Blati, Kashmiri, Urdu, Hindi, English

Best time to visit : June to October

Ladakh a word which means “land of high passes”, is a region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir of Northern India sandwiched between the Karakoram mountain range to the north and the Himalayas to the south. The Indian portion of Ladakh is composed of the Leh and Kargil districts. The Leh district is the largest district of India, covering more than half the area of Jammu and Kashmir, of which it is the eastern part.

Ladakh is bound by mountains and made up of mountains. Sheer walks of rock and the divide the Indus Valley from Tibet Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, and human habitation is restricted to narrow strips of  greenery clinging to the rivers that drain down from mountain glaciers. This rugged region is home to one of the last undisturbed Tantric Buddhist population on earth, protected from colonial interference, rampaging Mughals and the ravages of the Cultural Revolution by sheer force of geography.

From November to May, Ladakh is almost completely cut off from the outside world. Even in summer, getting here involves crossing the highest mountain passes in the world, or a hair-raising flight that weaves between the peaks. Isolation has preserved an almost medieval way of life, dictated by the changing seasons. Unlike the rest of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh has seen the little violence since Independence. Most Ladakhis are Buddhist with smaller communities of Shia and Sunni Muslims in Leh and the valleys surrounding Zanskar and Kargil.

Among the popular places of tourist interest include Leh, Drass valley, Razi khar (Chiktan Khar), Suru valley, Kargil, Zanskar, Zangla, Rangdum, Padum, Phukthal, Sani Monastery, Stongdey, Shayok Valley, Sankoo, Salt Valley. Popular treks are Manali to Ladakh, the Nubra valley, Pangong tso, Tso moriri, the Indus valley, Markha Valley, Ladakh monastery trek, South Zangskar, Trans-Zangskar Expedition, Spiti to Ladakh, Spiti to Pitok to Hemis, Rupshu, the Great Salt lakes, Chadar Ice trek, Padum-Phuktal, Padam to Darcha, Panikhar to Heniskot, Padum to Manali, Lamayuru-Martselang, Lamayuru – Alchi, Kala Pattar trek etc.


Ladakh is one of the most beautiful places on earth – its home to lakes, picturesque mountains, soaring peaks, beautiful monastaries, and endless natural beauty you want to run through but Ladakh is considered as one of the most expensive tourist destination by many tourists & Leh-Ladakh is often skipped over by many budget travelers. The key to any trip is being smart with your money – and that starts even before you hit the road. It’s important to know how to save and plan for your Ladakh package cost so you don’t find yourself running out of money on the road. When you think about taking the kids for a holiday, the first thing that crosses your mind is getting value for money. You also want the holiday to be fun, engaging and uplifting.

The best deals on Leh Ladakh tour packages can always be found before the season starts. To get the best deals on Ladakh packages cost you have to wake up early enough to catch the first lift. When it comes to planning your Ladakh Tour Package, December to March is the best time to make your plans, before the season starts and the prices spike. By booking early and following a few tips, you can save hundreds of dollars on your next family trip to the mountains.

If you want to travel cheaper, longer, and better, you need to be smart in selecting your travel agent. Good travel agents have an edge over almost any other seller of travel. They know what you want, they speak your language, and they’re there for you when you run into trouble.It’s better to spend money on the activities and meals you want instead of wasting it on unnecessary expenses so to book an affordable Ladakh tour packages this season you should pick your travel agent well & make the booking in advance.

So if you are worried about your Ladakh package cost and want to manage your Ladakh trip as per your budget feel free to contact us anytime. We aim to give our clients a high level of personalized service as our goal is to exceed your expectations every time with outstanding service. We assure you that your experience with us is going to be quite unlike anything that you’ve already experienced before. We look forward to our chance to be a part of your life during your exploration of the mighty Himalayas.Do feel free to contact us for any information related to your Tour. We shall ensure that you get a prompt reply.