OVERVIEW OF LADAKH
Ladakh is situated in Jammu & Kashmir and is the highest inhabited region of India. Ladakh, referred by multiple names such as ‘The Last Shangri-la’, ‘Little Tibet’, ‘The Land of high Passes’, ‘The Land of Mystic Lamas’, ‘The Broken Moon’ and ‘Moonscape’.
Leh is the capital of Ladakh region, which is the northern most state of India. It is situated at an altitude of 3505 meters above sea level. Jammu, Kashmir and also Ladakh cover most of Northern Himalayan region – which has a landscape as well as moonscape like no anywhere else. It is mostly a journey with the wind in your face – spiced with adventure, nature, and culture, to some of the most gorgeous and also tough parts of the world. Leh – Ladakh is the land of abundant beauty and also the experiences that it’s soul touching. These are experiences that will let you connect with on your own and also the marvelous visions are such that you would certainly cherish for a lifetime. Now that you are well geared up with all the necessities, get ready for an enthralling trip!
Indian government has launched e-Visa (electronic Visa) facility for foreign nationals who are willing to come India for business, tourism or medical reasons India is well connected and you can enter the country via land or air. There are numerous international airways entering various regions of the country. Additionally, if you are doing a multi-country tour that includes Nepal or Bhutan, entering India via land is also very common.. So as per the Indian government law, It is required to have a passport along with a printed copy of India visa before departing from the respective country they are coming from to India. Visa can be obtained from Indian Consulates / Embassies in the country of your origin. Visa fees may vary from country to country. . The passport must be valid for a period of 6 months minimum at the time of entry to India.
BEST TIME FOR BIKE TRIP IN LADAKH
The best time to go on a bike trip to Leh Ladakh is from the months of June to September because in winter there will be always preety much cold and snow covering all the time, roads are blocks due to heavy snow fall. That’s why the June to September is the peak season for travelers in Ladakh in any point of view.These months enable the bikers to enjoy the best of Ladakh, as long as they appreciate their bike journey to Lahaul & Spiti. However, most of the bikers love to kick-start their brand-new year with this crazy bike journey as Ladakh provides wonderful panoramas which can be cherished round the year except for monsoon season
FOODS IN LADAKH
Ladakh offers a wide variety of cuisine from Tibetan to Korean to Chinese to Indian and Continental. These can be found in street-side stalls, restaurants, cafes and garden restaurants. While in Ladakh, do not forget to try the local specialties like Momos, Marchwangan Korma and the local tea made from yak’s butter.
THINGS/ PLACES TO VISIT LADAKH
- Pangong Tso or Pangong Lake.
- Nubra Valley, to see and ride Camel
- Namgyal Tsemo Gompa
- Shanti Stupa.
- Leh Palace.
- Hemis Monastery
- Tso Moriri Lake
- Khardung La Pass
- Hall of Fame
- Hemis Gompa
- Shey Palace
- Stok Palace and Museum
- Thiksey Gompa, Alchi Choskor and Lamayuru Gompa
- are chief attractions in Ladakh-Leh. Leh also offers travellers a chance to participate in adventure sports like mountaineering, whitewater rafting and trekking.