Leh as a district of Jammu and Kashmir state is the second biggest in terms of the area after Kutch in Gujarat. It is situated at an altitude of 11562 feet and connects Srinagar through Highway 1D in the south west and Manali through Leh-Manali highway in the south. The ancient royal palace known as Leh Palace is a nine-storey building which housed the royal family in the upper floors and the stables in the lower floors. It is a major tourist attraction in Leh; our Leh tour package includes all the major sightseeing and activities in it. Mountain galore is what characterizing the landscape of Leh Ladakh. The cold desert climate well below the freezing point during the harsh winter spanning October to March of the place is the best time to visit Leh Ladakh. Some of the attractions of Leh are Shanti Stupa, Hemis gompha, Leh Palace, Leh Trekking Trails, War museum, Jama Masjid, Chamba temple, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, Jo Khang Gompa, Shankar Gompha, the Victory Tower, Magnetic Hill, and Zorawar Fort to name a few. The routes available to reach Leh Ladakh are limited and comprise national Highway 1D connecting Leh with Srinagar and the other Leh-Manali Highway. The road route from Srinagar to Leh remains open for the most part of the year beginning from June to November. The Leh-Manali is more troublesome owing to high passes, plateaus and landslide prone area on the way. The air connection to this area comprises the airport at Leh Kushok Bakula which has flights to and from Delhi. You can go to Leh Ladakh from Srinagar or Delhi by this air route. The rail route is conspicuous by its absence; the only rail head in such an altitude is at Jammu. One can go up to Jammu by rail and thereafter he has to take either air or the road route. Getz destinationshave the best holiday packages to suit every pocket, check out our website and our travel expert will help you with all your queries to make your trip hassle free and memorable.Our Ladakh tour packages include the up and down journey, sightseeing, staying, breakfast and will take care of all your concerns. We have variety of tour packages for two or three or more nights, offering an amazing stay in the lap of the Himalayas for couple as well as family. You can choose one which best suits your budget from our comprehensive inventory, for those who enjoy adventure, the hiking possibility is a particular draw. Other palaces and monuments are aesthetically pleasing and you will have a wonderful getaway around Leh with all the care and support from our expert team.

What is special in Ladakh?

Ladakh has a long history of being a prestigious tourist destination; it has given everyone who touched the peak a right to brag about their strength and bravery. Many travellers have travelled from all over the country and the world to see the epic rustic Himalayas and their gorgeous heavenly vistas over the years. Winding roads, beautiful rough valleys, and mountains with a relaxing gorgeous view, as well as a diverse cultural life and history, have all contributed to the area’s status as the best tourist destination in the northern highlands. Ladakh tour for couple has been the best package sold by Getz destination which offered our clients an amazing trip to the magnificent landscapes to awe-inspiring skies. Ladakh is not only recognised for its adventure, but it is also a romantic honeymoon destination.Couples travelling to Ladakh from Delhi will have some of the most incredible experiences in India’s highest mountain ranges. Getz destinations will provide the newlyweds with a great holiday in the Himalayan foothills, with the finest care and service quality. Ladakh is known for Buddhist monasteries, adrenaline-pumping adventure activities, the world’s highest mountain passes, and, of course, some of the most gorgeous festivals. Stok Kangri, Chadar, Tso Moriri, and Markha Valley are some of the best hiking and camping sites in Ladakh. Our programmes contain all of the fun and excitement of an adventure, as well as a fascinating honeymoon.

Why Ladakh?

The town is located in the Indus River Valley, which was formerly a crossroads for Kashgar, Kashmir, and Tibet trade routes. The city is so small that people can stroll all around it. The temperature is very pleasing to enjoy the landscape and beauty of the majestic peaks. When it comes to getting into this town, train is not the only mode of transportation available, but automobiles are. There are two routes: one from Manali, Himachal Pradesh, and the other from Srinagar, Kashmir. The latter alternative is preferable because the road is at a considerably lower elevation than the first. These journeys are what making Ladakh the best. Journey through mighty high lands and passes enjoying the view of placid mountain streams and the icy green slopes will be one of a kind.The journey to Khardung La pass is one of the most delightful activities you will ever have in the Highlands. The views from the Khardung La of the Karakoram Range and the Himalayan Mountains are breathtaking. Adventurers and mountain bikers will love the Khardung La pass. If you’re thinking about taking a road journey from Delhi to Leh, Ladakh, check out our website for the greatest deals on Ladakh bike trip packages.

Best time to visit Ladakh

Due to severe weather, Leh is inaccessible for most of the year; the best time to visit Ladakh if you are planning a road trip is between May and September.

As winter approaches, the temperature in Ladakh drops rapidly, and the lakes then freezes into a thick, hard sheet, becoming white from its lush green appearance, offering tourists an amazing view. May to September is the best time to visit Pangong as the weather is pleasant and you can reach there without much struggle during this period.

How to reach Leh Ladakh

By Air

The nearest airport is in Leh, Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport connects Leh Ladakh with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai etc. Delhi – Leh flights are more frequent than the others. A flight from Delhi to Leh offers you some stunning aerial views of the snow-capped peaks as you fly over the Himalayan Mountains.

By Road

Road trip to Leh from Delhi should be planned touching Manali and Sarchu.

Delhi – Manali is about a 600 km drive along NH1. The most common route to Manali from Delhi is through Ambala and Mandi. The roads are initially safe, but when you near Ghanauli, about halfway through the journey, the streets will go bumpy, and the adventure begins. You can stop at Roopnagar’s Gurubaksh Dhaba to get some snacks and some rest.

Sarchu is almost 200 km away from Manali. It is better to leave Manali by morning 4 to avoid traffic. The route is the same for Rohtang pass, so it’s better to leave early. Koksar dhaba is on the way, and you can stop there to have lunch. Sarchu is the next major stop; Jispa to Sarchu ride will be smooth. Fill your tank with petrol or diesel at Jispa; gas stations will not be that frequent on this trip. At Sarchu, you can stay at the Army base camp.

Leh is about 260 km away from Sarchu. This drive will be an amazing one with mind-blowing sceneries. Once you cross the Lachulungla pass, you can enjoy the view of the entire Ladakh from the peak.As you travel towards Pang and Tanglang La Pass, India’s second-highest motorable road, the rough scenery truly starts to show. You’ll arrive at Leh the same evening with some incredible experience. On reaching Leh, you can go sightseeing from the next day onwards.

Top places to visit in Leh Ladakh

Nubra Valley

The Nubra Valley is a stunning location in Ladakh that you must see. It is situated on the outskirts of Leh, at a height of around 5500 metres. Getz Destinations’ Nubra Valley tour will take you to all of the valley’s major tourist sites. Cold glaciers and rivers formerly covered it, but they have since dried up or perished. Of course, it is currently the pride of Ladakh tourism, attracting travellers from all over the world. Aspects of untapped natural beauty contribute to the region’s appeal, in addition to the region’s captivating lakes and stunning mountains. Despite its breathtaking splendour, Nubra Valley has seen very few visitors. Visit our website; our travel experts are ready to assist you in planning your ideal holiday.

Pangong Tso Lake

Pangong Lake is a narrow and lovely lake located at a height of roughly 13,900 feet. One-third of the lake is owned by India, while the other two-thirds is owned by Tibet. The lake’s most notable feature is its continually changing colours. Pangong Lake has long been a favourite Bollywood filming location. On the beaches of this lake, most of our favourite celebs were certainly dancing to the music. A trip from Leh to Pangong Lake is an experience in and of itself. Don’t pass up this opportunity if you’re in Ladakh.

Khardung La

Khardung La is the place to go if you want to enjoy the vistas of some mind-blowing passes. Khardung La is one-of-a-kind and popular mountain pass explorers and tourists flock to.  Leh Ladakh tour Packages by Getz destinations has the entire itinerary in it for enjoying the highlands to the fullest. Whats makes Khardung La unique is that, Khardung La, at 5359 metres, is the highest motorable pass on the planet.


Everyone visiting Leh should pay a visit to Kargil, one of Ladakh’s most famous tourist sites. Kargil Ladakh’s second biggest town, located on the banks of the Indus River, with highways connecting it to Leh, Padum, Zanskar, and Srinagar. It’s also a haven for explorers, with hiking and mountaineering among the sports accessible. Make sure you have suitable clothing for these activities in one of Leh Ladakh’s most well-known adventure sport sites. Never forget to visit Kargil War Memorial during your visit to Kargil.