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September 30, 2022

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Leh

Leh Ladakh;­ it's not a destination, it's a DREAM. Leh Ladakh is a stunning and untouched Himalayan wilderness. It is a place that everyone who is looking for a way to satisfy their insatiable desire for adventure considers to be heaven. Apart from trekking, Leh Ladakh offers a variety of adventure activities such as motorcycling, river rafting, safaris and mountain climbing.

Earlier Leh Ladakh was part of Jammu & Kashmir but now it has become the Union Territory of India. Did you know Ladakh is also famous for its Snow Desert area like Hunder and Nubra Valley. Ladakh is known as "Land of High Passes" so obviously Ladakh is also known for its adventurous Leh Ladakh Bike Tours. You can experience the most wonderful rides on Ladakh Passes, enjoy hot tea while taking pictures with bikes at Khardungla Pass, also known as Highest Motorable Road.

Leh Ladakh, an huge and sparsely populated region is a dream location for adventure seekers all over the world. The Leh Ladakh Bike Trip could be a once­in­a­lifetime opportunity to explore the region's allure. Our Leh Ladakh Bike Tour Package will begin from Delhi, Manali and Leh so you can join from any of the places as per your comfort. You may get numerous other Leh Ladakh Bike Trips but experience with Kinghills will always provide you satisfaction and adventure which one always expects from a Leh Ladakh Bike Tour.

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  • Handpicked hotels, Best amenities

  • Specially designed tour packages

Things not to miss during your visit to Leh Ladakh:

Nubra Valley: The journey of the Nubra Valley begins with the crossing of Khardung La Pass, the world's highest motorable road at 5,602 metres above sea level. The Khardung La pass connects Leh and the Nubra valley, and it is strategically significant to the Indian military for transporting supplies to soldiers stationed near the India­Pakistan border at the Siachen Glacier. You can enjoy ride of Double humped camels at Nubra Valley. If you have one day extra you can take a day trip to Turtuk Village which is also a jewel in the crown of Ladakh or choose to stay at camps or homestay at Turtuk Village. Turtuk Village and Nubra Valley distance takes approx 4 hours time to reach.

Pangong Lake: No one can forget the lovely view of Pangong Lake. It is also known as Pangong Tso or Pangong. Pangong Tso Lake is one of those places that you can envision being lovely, but you don't realise how beautiful it is until you visit it. Among Ladakh's other well­known lakes, this one is particularly well­known for its spectacular beauty as well as its strategic location along the Line of Actual Control. After being featured in 3 Idiots Movie, its popularity hit the top.

Your Leh Ladakh tour never completes without visiting this beautiful Pangong Lake. We have a wide variety of Ladakh Tour Packages as we have Leh Ladakh Bike Tour, Ladakh SUV Tours, Complete Ladakh Tour, Full Circuits Ladakh Tours, Half Circuit Ladakh Tours and Group Ladakh Tours.

We can customise any Leh Ladakh Tour as per your requirements. Some of the popular ones are 5 Day Ladakh Tour, 7 Day Ladakh Tour, 13 Day Ladakh Tour, Ladakh with Kashmir trip, Ladakh with Nubra Valley tour or Leh Ladakh Bike Trip.

Best Time To Visit Ladakh :

The Best time to visit Ladakh is throughout the summer season that is from Juen to September. At this point the temperature is between fifteen to thirty degree Centigrade. Ladakh is understood for its extraordinarily low temperatures throughout the year, however it's most pleasant during the summer time. In winters area it is extremely cold and unforgiving. Considering this the best time to visit Leh Ladakh is June to September.

Benefits

  • Book with confidence

  • Trusted local travel experts

  • Stress-free experience

  • Great client experience & reviews

  • Handpicked hotels, Best amenities

  • Specially designed tour packages

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