Ladakh or the ‘Land of High Passes’ is a barren yet beautiful region located in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh is the highest visited tourist destinations in India. Driving on your own on such tough terrains is once in a lifetime experience.
Take either your own car or bike, otherwise, you can also rent a vehicle. The road distance between New Delhi to Leh is 1240 km. There are two different routes that lead to Ladakh- one from Srinagar and the other from Manali. Any road trip to Ladakh takes you through beautiful valleys, rough landscapes, high passes, snow clad mountains and much more fascinating elements of nature.
Offering mesmeric perspectives of the surroundings, these treks likewise offers sufficient measure of difficulties as the overall conditions along these locales can’t be precisely predicted now and again. You do not need to hire a taxi with a driver at least to enter Leh and come back from Leh.
There are trekking routes from this place to numerous lakes such as Gangabal Lake, Krishnasar Lake, and Vishansar Lake. All along the trip, you might find restaurants interspersed in between. Ride to the most awaited Khardung-la (5580m.) 39km from Leh and enjoy clicking pictures at Highest Motorable Road of the World.
Srinagar-Leh Highway has a number of sightseeing options- Maitrey at Mulbek, Spituk Monastery, Lunar Landscape, Redzong Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Likir Monastery, Basgo Palace, Confluence at Nimmu, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Phyang Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Magnetic Hills.
Enjoy the world’s most beautiful hill station and go home with a lot of memories.