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Jammu and Kashmir with Leh Ladakh Tourism Travel Guide

Jammu and Kashmir with Leh Ladakh Tourism Travel Guide

Jammu and Kashmir & Leh Ladakh–Where The beauty of Nature is Eternal

About Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Travel Guide

Popularly called the "Heaven on Earth", Jammu and Kashmir are renowned for its scenic beauty, snow-covered mountains, vast wildlife, pristine monuments, good people as well as handicrafts. Your tour to Jammu and Kashmir will be a memorable one as the region has scenic beauty and snowclad mountain ranges, but the adventure sports will shift you to another world. Located in the Himalayan, Pir Panjal, and Karakoram ranges, JK is renowned for its natural beauty and hospitable people.

Jammu and Kashmir honeymoon packages through Hellovisit provide you with a memorable trip to this region of India. Jammu and Kashmir have massive glaciers, splendid monasteries, blue lakes, rivers, forests, verdant meadows as well as huge pine trees. You can book your memorable trip to Jammu and Kashmir through Kashmir tour guide. While Skiing, golf, trekking, river rafting, paragliding, and camping make the trip to Jammu and Kashmir extra adventurous, Amarnath and Vaishno Devi magnetize a huge number of pilgrims each year.

Dal Lake, Kashmir Valley, Khardung La Pass, Gulmarg, and Shalimar Bagh are some of the principal attractions of the state. Be blessed with the beauty of this region of India through Jammu and Kashmir holiday packages. The distinct beauty, as well as charm of the state as well as hospitality of the residents, is hooked in my memory forever. Jammu and Kashmir are simply fabulous. HelloVisit also organizes Kashmir tour packages from Mumbai to make things easy for you.

Best time to visit Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)

You can visit Kashmir from April to September and Jammu region from Sept to Nov to enjoy a mild climate condition. You can enjoy Jammu and Kashmir tour packages with family for an everlasting memory of this tourist belt.


Places to see in Jammu and Kashmir


Also known as Heaven on Earth, Srinagar is located in Jammu & Kashmir, on the banks of  Jhelum. Srinagar is known for houseboats and rowboats- Shikaras in Dal Lake. Enjoy the everlasting beauty of Srinagar through the Kashmir tour package. With the exotic Dal Lake as well as Nigeen Lake, Srinagar is a much sought-after destination for honeymoon as well as family holidays. The tourists make use of Shikaras to have a glimpse of attractions such as the Floating Vegetable Market as well as Mir Bahris – a community of people who reside on the lake itself. You can book Jammu and Kashmir trip packages to this region. In addition, you have houseboats providing wonderful experiences on the lake.

Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir


The Kashmir holiday package to this region is an incredibly awesome decision for a trip to this region. Srinagar is home to exquisite Mughal-age gardens, with the principal attractions being Nishat Bagh, Shalimar Bagh, and Chashm-E-Shahi Garden. It is also home to the biggest tulip garden in Asia. HelloVisit provides cheap Kashmir tour packages to this region. Kashmiri cuisine or Wazwan is known across the globe. So when you are in Srinagar, try the local dishes, which are rich in fragrant spices. Srinagar is also known for the Kashmiri shawls, Kashmiri apples, almonds, and walnuts apart from the Lal Chowk Market. Heavy snowfall impacts the connectivity of Srinagar during the months of December to February. Come to this city of heritage and beauty through Kashmir vacation packages.


Vaishnodevi Temple (Katra)

Vaishno Devi is the home of the famous Vaishno Devi Mandir. Situated in Trikuta hills, 13 km from Katra; this well-known shrine magnetizes millions of devotees from different parts of India. Take the bliss of Vaishnodevi through Jammu Kashmir through the Jammu Kashmir package tour at an affordable cost. Also known as Mata Rani, Vaishnavi, and Trikuta, Vaishno Devi is a manifestation of  Goddess Durga. It is believed that at the time of the pooja and aarti, Goddesses come to the Holy cave to pay reverence to Mata Rani. Devotees believe the goddess calls the devotees to reach here.

Vaishnodevi Temple, Jammu and Kashmir

Come to Vaishnodevi through Jammu travel packages organized by Hellovisit. Vaishno Devi is also called Moon Maangi Muradein Poori Karne Wali Mata (the mother who makes true the wishes of her children). The glimpse of Maa Vaishno Devi in the holy cave is in the form of three rocks which are known as Pindies. These Pindies manifest the three forms of the goddess as Maha Kali, Maha Saraswati, and Maha Lakshmi. More than one crore devotees throng to Vaishno Devi temple every year. Through a travel plan for Jammu and Kashmir, you can visit Vaishnodevi and adjoining regions. 




Located at a height of 2730 m above sea level, Gulmarg is a renowned skiing spot situated in Pir Panjal Range of the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Engulfed by the snow-clad Himalayas, meadows of flowers, deep ravines, and forested valleys, Gulmarg has the world's second-most elevated Gondola ride. Avail of Kashmir honeymoon package for couples and enjoy the exotic beauty of Gulmarg. Make this trip a dream memory. Among the top honeymoon spots in India, Gulmarg is a beautiful town and attracts crowds like Manali and Shimla.

Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir

Gulmarg is transformed into an adventure hub and the Indian Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering is situated here. Many courses on trekking, mountaineering, skiing, as well as snowboarding, are provided by IISM. There are many tour operators in Gulmarg as well as similar courses and facilities for skiing, snowboarding as well as trekking. Known for its exotic beauty, Gulmarg is a  destination for various Bollywood film shootings. Gulmarg's trip guide provides you with a memorable trip to this pristine region of Kashmir valley. 

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Amarnath, located in UT of Jammu and Kashmir is among the very important pilgrimages in India for Lord Shiva devotees. The Amarnath cave has a Shivaling formed naturally with ice, resembling Lord Shiva. You can come to Amarnath as part of the Jammu and Kashmir religious tour package. Amarnath is visited by thousands of tourists each year from different parts of the world for an adventurous mountainous trek called 'Amarnath Yatra'. As per the legend, this place is considered to be the same cave where Lord Shiva told the secret of life and eternity to Goddess Parvati. HelloVisit also conducts Amarnath tour packages for families and all these divine experiences are memorable.

Amarnath, Jammu and Kashmir

You can access Amarnath cave during the months of July-August. There are two tracks available for undertaking the Amarnath Yatra - via Baltal or Pahalgam. Srinagar trip guide provides you with complete details of the Amarnath tour. The Baltal route has a steeper trekking route. The Pahalgam route is longer but is preferred by many of the devotees. It generally takes 3-5 days to reach Amarnath from the starting point. Helicopter services are now provided by different private operators on both of these routes. The devotees need to make advance bookings and get registered to go for the holy pilgrimage to Amarnath. Come to Amarnath through the Kashmir trip guide.



Jammu is the southern part of Jammu and Kashmir which sits with pride on the mesmerizing Shivalik mountain ranges. The Winter Capital of Kashmir, Jammu is a peaceful city well known for its splendid temples, religious shrines, glittering "shikhars", as well as cultural heritage. To enjoy Jammu to the fullest, do the online bookings through the Jammu trip guide organized by Hellovisit. Since it is also the commencing point to the much popular Vaishno Devi Temple as well as Amarnath Yatra, it is thronged by tourists from far and wide. You can enjoy the best in this region through the Jammu trip package for families.

Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir

Located against the backdrop of the snow-clad Pir Panjal Mountains, Jammu is part of the transition between the Himalayan range in the north side and the plains of Punjab on the south. The Shivalik hills fall across the area from the east to the west while the rivers Ravi, Tawi, and Chenab cut the path through the region. The City of Temples, Jammu has the famous Maha Kali Temple which is second only to the Vaishno Devi Temple. Originally founded in 14th Century BC, Jammu was ruled over by the Dogra dynasty in the era before independence. Buddhist Stupas that date back to the 2nd century AD  speak big about its rich heritage. You can enjoy the Dogra cuisine in Jammu. HelloVsit conducts Jammu trip packages at affordable rates. 



Patnitop is an exemplary hill station in the Udhampur region of Jammu & Kashmir, known for mesmerizing meadows and splendid views of the snow-clad summits of the Himalayas. Enjoying Patnitop through Jammu and Kashmir honeymoon packages is an excellent decision. Along with the abundance of sceneries, Patnitop is famous for adventure activities like skiing and trekking apart from water springs.

Patnitop, Jammu and Kashmir

Sanasar, located 17 km from this spot is also good for a paragliding base, and golf courses apart from various other sightseeing options. Nathatop, approximately 14 km away from Patnitop is famous for exotic views of the snow-clad peaks and is the take-off spot for Paragliding. You can book Patnitop sightseeing through cheap Jammu and Kashmir trip packages. Shiva Garh is at a distance of 11 kilometers from Patnitop, at an elevation of almost 3500 meters. It makes for a fascinating trek experience. 



Sonamarg is a pristine hill station in Jammu and Kashmir, at a distance of 80km northeast of Srinagar. Sonmarg is an important destination in the Jammu and Kashmir tour. At a height of 2800 km from sea level, Sonamarg is famous for its snow-covered fields, engulfed by exotic glaciers and splendid lakes that cast subtle spells on the tourists. Enjoy the beauty of this region through Jammu Kashmir tours. Sonamarg is covered by the mesmerizing Himalayan glaciers - Kolahoi Glacier and Machoi Glacier - and gives birth to the  Three Sisters of Kashmir Valley. Towering over this splendid hill town are the peaks like Kolahoi Peak, Amarnath Peak, Machoi Peak as well as Sirbal Peak transforming Songamarg into an exotic place for adventure sports tourism.

Sonamarg, Jammu and Kashmir

Sonamarg is the base camp for the trek routes leading to the mountain lakes like Gangabal, Vishansar, Gadsar, Satsar, and Kishansar. Kashmir trip guide provides complete details of this region. The Sonamarg Valley is split into two halves by the Thajiwas range - on one side you find the fir-clad Thajiwas spur known for its camping site. The other side has exotic waterfalls as well as the Thajiwas glacier is the main attraction of this region. Sonamarg has access in winters as the NH1D connects it to the close-by places shut down because of snowfall and avalanches. Take packages for Kashmir through Hellovisit and enjoy this region to the utmost.


Aru valley

Set against snow-clad Himalayan peaks, Aru Valley is a beautiful village in Kashmir. At a distance of 11 km from Pahalgam, it is the initial camp for trekking to the Kolahoi Glacier as well as the Tarsar-Marsar Lake. You can come to Aru valley through Kashmir trip packages organized by Hellovisit. Aru is located by the side of the Aru river, a tributary of the Lidder river, and is well known for its pristine meadows as well as adventures like horse riding, hiking, and trekking.

Aru valley, Jammu and Kashmir

In the winter months, Aru Valley is transformed into a winter wonderland clad with snow as long as the eyes can see. This makes it a breathtaking place for skiing. There is an entry fee to Aru Wildlife Sanctuary. Enjoy the scenic splendor of Aru valley through the Kashmir holiday guide.



Anantnag is among the pristine cities in Jammu and Kashmir, with sound-making streams. Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Anantnag through the Kashmir tour package at an affordable price. At a distance of 53 km from Srinagar, Anantnag is known as the commercial as well as the financial capital of the Kashmir valley. It is a big business as well as the trading hub of the valley. You can visit Anantnag through Kashmir group tour packages and enjoy the best of the region.

Anantnag, Jammu and Kashmir

Near Anantnag is the fusion of three streams, Arapath, Brengi, and Sandran, and the resulting river is called Veth or Jhelum. There are larger streams like Brengi. Another stream Lidder mixes with the river a little downstream and from that spot the river becomes navigable. In old times, Jhelum was the principal source of transportation between Anantnag and downstream towns. HelloVisit conducts Kashmir trip packages for Anantnag and adjoining places.



 Yusmarg is among the best places in Jammu and Kashmir, due to its landscape, a not much frequented but immensely beautiful hill station, Yusmarg now has connectivity by a motorable road. With the government working on roads and connectivity, Yusmarg too will also transform into a tourist hub. Book a trip to Yusmarg through holiday packages trip Srinagar. At the present, for those who love trekking vast distances and in remote, Yusmarg has forests with trees in them. Overall, Yusmarg is a pristine place and can be called a mini hill spot in one of the most romantic places in the state.

Yusmarg, Jammu and Kashmir

You can take the best Kashmir vacation package deals for Sonmarg sightseeing. Go through the Srinagar trip guide for further details related to Yusmarg. At a distance of 47 km from Srinagar, it is called Switzerland or something near to it. It's the serene place out of all travel destinations in Kashmir and is also a splendid trek spot. Trek enthusiasts love it. If you want to have some greenery and peace, be here. You can also book a Kashmir tour package from Kerala for this splendor of nature.


Bhaderwah is located in the Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated in the foothills of the Himalayas, it has been granted the recognition of a sub-district.  A wonderful horse ride can be enjoyed around the valleys to have a look into the mesmerizing landscape. Bhaderwah forms an important part of Jammu and Kashmir trip packages. Skiing is enjoyed on the slopes of the snowclad mountains.

Bhaderwah, Jammu and Kashmir

At an altitude of 1613 meters, the town is also known for its various species of snakes. It is also called the Land of Snakes or Nagaon ki Bhoomi. The city is also good for trekking as it falls in the foothills of the mountain range. Also, the city is famous for the 600-year-old festival, Mela Pat. Come to Bhaderwah through Hellovisit tour packages. 



Khilanmarg is a pristine valley at a 6 km walk and 2000 feet above one of the much sought-after travel destinations in J&K - Gulmarg. One of the splendid delightful places to be in, Khilanmarg is engulfed by panoramic views of some of the highest Himalayan peaks. This place is the fusion of natural beauty with adventure sports, making it a sought-after spot for visitors.

Khilanmarg, Jammu and Kashmir

Khilanmarg is a special place for offbeat travel lovers as the place is not reachable by vehicles. One has to walk from Gulmarg or hire a pony to reach this spot. Khilanmarg is covered with aromatic flowers in spring and is an attractive destination for skiing lovers in winter. The extravagant Nanga Parbat peak as well as the twin peaks of Nun and Kun are seen from Khilanmarg. Khilanmarg can be visited through the Kashmir tour and travel packages and enjoying the beauty of nature will leave you breathless. 


Dachigam National Park

With an exotic green environment, breathtaking flora, and rarest fauna, Dachigam National Park, in Jammu and Kashmir is a treasure of the environment. Dachigam means 'ten villages', in the memory of the ten communities that relocated to make the catchment area as well as the park. Located 22km from the principal town of Srinagar, the national park is India's elevated forest reserve at an elevation of 1700m to 4300m above sea level and is located over a sprawling 141 sq km.

Dachigam National Park, Jammu and Kashmir

Right from the Himalayan gray langur that feeds on the tree barks to the Himalayan brown bear to Pygmy Owlets to the leopards. You shall not be grieved one bit because Dachigam is prepared to display you all of its beauty. JK tour packages provide you an option to visit Dachigam national park and enjoy its environmental beauty.



At an elevation of 2743 m, Baltal is a halt destination perfect for all the Amarnath Cave pilgrims. Located at 14 km from Amarnath, this place acts as the base camp for pilgrims with arrangements of pitch tents for night stay. Other than this.

Baltal, Jammu and Kashmir

Baltal is also known for its picturesque environment. It has a connection to renowned towns like Srinagar, Pahalgam, and Sonamarg. You can book the best of Kashmir packages and enjoy this region.


Kishtwar National Park

Kishtwar is located above the Chenab river and below the Nagin sheer glacier, the area comprises saffron growth and its harvesting is accompanied by festivals, this is during summer. Set over an area of 400 sq. km the park has 15 mammal species that include the musk deer as well as Himalayan black and brown bear.

Kishtwar National Park

Even though Kishtwar is a high-altitude wildlife sanctuary, it is special because of the variety of flora and fauna. Book Jammu tour packages to enjoy some days in Kishtwar.

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Suru Valley

Suru Valley is a spellbindingly beautiful valley by the Suru River, a tributary of the River Indus. Extending from Kargil to the Panzella glacier, this canyon of fertility is cultivated more than any region in Ladakh. The pristinely of the Suru valley is apparent in spots like Panikhar as well as Parachik where you will see grass transforming to a bright, bold rusty orange against the backdrop of mountain ranges. Moving to Suru and Zanskar valley is a little inconvenient, but it has views and sceneries.

Suru Valley, Jammu and Kashmir

Both valleys are one of the less-visited sites in India. Many people prefer to take this excursion by the end of their trip when they are on their track back to Srinagar. Suru valley is an exemplary choice for bikers and provides the type of scenes you may have only captured in movies. Is it real? You will ponder. The Kashmir package trip gives you the opportunity to enjoy every bit of Suru valley.



Located in the Anantnag district of Jammu & Kashmir Valley, Pahalgam is a mesmerizing hill station as well as a famous tourist attraction. Pahalgam is situated on the Liddar River and is known for adventure activities like hiking, trekking, and fishing. Pahalgam acts as the base of one of the most important pilgrimages in India - the Amarnath Yatra. Chandanwari, at 16.6 km. away from Pahalgam is the base camp of the Amarnath. Kolahoi Glacier trek falls is a  village named Aru and is among the well-known treks in the region. The local people provide sledding on the frozen glaciers.

Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir

In addition, the big stretches of rivers in Pahalgam are exotic sites for people who enjoy trout fishing. Pahalgam is where the super hit Bollywood movie Betaab, starring Sunny Deol and Amrita Singh, was shot. The valley was named Betaab Valley after that. Sheshnag Lake, situated near Pahalgam, is another bliss altogether. When in Pahalgam, buy pure Kashmiri saffron from Pampore. HelloVisit offers you affordable bookings for Pahalgam.



Dras, a town of the district Kargil in Jammu and Kashmir is also called the 'Gateway to Ladakh'. It is situated at an elevation of 3230m and falls on National Highway 1D leading to Srinagar. The mesmerizing Dras is the coolest place in India and the second coldest place inhabited in the world, with temperatures going down to -45 degrees celsius. Intensely cold, Dras has ethereal natural beauty. Snowy, rugged terrain, scenic mountains, and a calm environment are part of this frosty hamlet. Dras is known as a trekking base where travelers stop over during their trek from Sonamarg to Amarnath via Zojila Pass.

Dras, Jammu and Kashmir

The tiger hills, the three pimples, and Tololing can be seen from Dras. The Pakistani troops took over this paradise during the Kargil war in 1999. The battle was fought for about two months during which many Army men died. But the Indian army again captured Dras and to commemorate their sacrifice, a Dras war memorial has been built which is today, the principal attraction of this village. Book Dras trip through Kashmir adventure packages.



Usually a halt for travelers towards Leh from Srinagar, Kargil is a traveler paradise small enough for exploration. Located close to the line of control, Kargil is a volatile region. However, other than its glorious past, Kargil has natural beauty as well as adventure. Kargil also has a war memorial which is the principal attraction of the region. It is the house of the famed Nun Kun Peaks and has tremendous potential for trekking as well as mountaineering. Kargil is located on the banks of River Suru and provides a distinct choice for river rafting. Kargil has a strong history that dates back to the 16th century, fusing Buddhist and Turkish architecture.

Kargil, Jammu and Kashmir

It is located at an elevation of 2704 meters above sea level and provides exemplary Himalayan Ranges views. Other than tourism, this area is also called a crucial center for trade and commerce. Engulfed with apricot farms, Kargil is among the biggest producers of apricots in India. Tasty food and hospitable locals are the attractions of this town. Hence, sampling the delicacies is among the best experiences in Kargil. Explore Kargil and adjoining places through the Leh Ladakh trip package.


Betaab valley

Betaab Valley is among the well-known tourist attractions in Pahalgam and forms a breathtaking fusion of picturesque surroundings engulfed by tall deodar as well as pine forests, with the Lidder River flowing through it. The valley is situated at a distance of 15 kilometers from Pahalgam in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir. Betaab Valley has its name from the Bollywood movie Betaab starring Sunny Deol as well as Amrita Singh shot here. The valley is between Pahalgam and Chandanwari on the track to the Amarnath Yatra and is among the three angelic valleys of Pahalgam, the other two are Aru and Chandanwadi.

Betaab valley, Jammu and Kashmir

Exotic fertile pastures, snow-covered mountains, and beautiful streams are some characteristics of Betaab valley. Apart from this stunning landscape, the valley is known as a trekking base as well as a camping site for tourists who want to see the nearby regions or go for the Amarnath Yatra. The splendor of Betab valley is mesmerizing and you can book a Pehalgham trip package for this.


About Leh Ladakh Tourism Travel Guide

Leh Ladakh

Ladakh is a union territory located in the Kashmir region of India. Earlier it was in  Jammu & Kashmir state, Ladakh declared a union territory on 31st October 2019. It extends from the Siachen Glacier to the Great Himalayas, Ladakh is a land resembling no other. Accompanied by splendid landscapes, Ladakh is also among the coldest regions of the world. With exotic Gompas,  prayer flags, and whitewashed stupas, Ladakh is a place of intricate murals as well as red-robed monks. Here you can suffer from sunstroke as well as frostbite simultaneously. With a culture resembling Tibetan culture, the Ladakh people are friendly as well as welcoming to tourists. Ladakh is a playground for rafting as well as high-altitude trekking.

Leh Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

Leh Ladakh is not accessible by road outside the summer months. Chadar trek on the icy Zanskar river starts in January to the end of February. For those who live in the confusion regarding the difference between the twin locations,  Ladakh is bifurcated into two districts: district Leh and district Kargil. The former district has a well-known town, "Leh", and is a mesmerizing tourist attraction due to monasteries nearby, Shanti Stupa, cafes as well as Leh Bazaar that defines the culture. Enjoy the full nature and heritage of Ladakh through Leh Ladakh tourism packages conducted by Hellovisit.


Pangong lake

The much-known tourist place in Ladakh, Pangong lake is a landlocked lake located at 4350 meters. Also called Pangong Tso it is 12 kilometers long and stretches from India to Tibet. Almost 60% of Pangong Lake is located in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. A distinct characteristic of the lake is that it is not blue throughout the year or even during the day, but it shifts colors from azure to mild blue to green as well as gray too. It is a well-known tourist spot as Ladakh lake, the place where the Bollywood movie "3 Idiots" was shot. Since the mesmerizing Pangong Lake is located on the Sino-Indian Actual Line of Control, you need an inner line permit to visit it.

Pangong lake, Jammu and Kashmir

The Indian Nationals can obtain permits while foreign nationals require to get a group permit, with at least 3 individuals in the group, along with an accredited guide. The permit is obtained at the tourist office in Leh, for a little fee. Because of the altitude, the Pangong Lake temperature is between -5°C to 10°C because of which it freezes totally during winters despite its salinity. Leh tour package provides you with a complete facility to enjoy this lake of exemplary beauty.


Khardung La

Khardung La also called Khardzong La, is a high elevated mountain pass in the Ladakh area of Jammu and Kashmir, at a closer distance to Leh. It is also the gateway to Shyok as well as Nubra Valley. Khardung La is known as the highest motorable road in India at a height of 5602 meters. However, antagonistic to the belief, its actual height is 5359 meters rendering Dungri La the highly elevated road pass in India. Khardung La pass is a getaway for adventure enthusiasts, peace seekers as well as mountain biking.

Khardung La, Jammu and Kashmir

An Inner Line Permit is needed by the traveler to get inside the pass and travel through it. Because of heavy rains and snowfall, the Khardung La pass remains shut from October to May. Khardung La was constructed in 1976 and opened to the public in 1988. The pass is crucial for India as it is used to transfer supplies to the Siachen glacier. From the top, you can get exemplary glimpses of the Karakoram range as well as the Himalayas. Come to this elevated zone through Leh Ladakh adventure packages.



The Himalayan region of Leh is a heaven for bikers and not for the timid-hearted. Leh was once upon a time an important stopover for important trade routes that joined Tibet with the East, Kashmir to the West, and India to China. Today, Leh is the finest Himalayan region for unexplored natural beauty.

Leh, Jammu and Kashmir

Many of the regions around Leh are said to have been discovered by Nyima Gon. Many historical events are responsible for the formation of present-day Leh, and the city tells about its past by way of various monuments, palaces, mosques, monasteries, etc. Leh is governed by the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council(LAHDC) unlike various other districts of Jammu & Kashmir. The adjacent sites of Leh provide some mesmerizing sights of the exotic Himalayas. Some of the attractions are the Magnetic Hill, where the gravitational waves make motors move uphill, the Hall of Fame which tells the sacrifice of the soldiers in the Indo-Pak war, and the Khardung La Pass  Highest Motorable Pass at the elevation of 5,602m. The delicacy of Leh is varied with influences from border countries. Restaurants around Leh provide Indian, Tibetan, Chinese as well as Korean food. Visitors need to try the local dishes defining daily diet here like Thukpa, Tsampa, and Sky. Changspa Road in Leh has famous restaurants in the city. There are buses, taxis, motorcycles as well as bicycles available to move around Leh but be aware of road closures as well as landslides. Enjoy the natural and heritage beauty of Leh through the Leh tour package.


Nubra Valley

This masterpiece of God's creation is on the Silk route, in Jammu and Kashmir at a distance of 140 Km from Leh. The valley has Shyok and Nubra rivers moving through it and some mesmerizing monasteries colored with shades of golden, red, and others. 

Nubra Valley, Jammu and Kashmir

Do you trust that places will leave you awestruck? This destination is so magnificent that anything your sight beholds leaves you captivated as if each inch of the land is gracefully crafted by some mystical power. And as you talk regarding such places, you put Nubra valley at the top of the chart because it is beyond the reach and has been bestowed with serenity. To enter the Nubra valley, you have to provide photocopies of travel permits to the soldiers at Khardung La pass, as the region is under military supervision since the road leads to the Siachen base camp, which happens to be the most highly elevated battlefield in the world. As you move further with your bumpy journey, you come across not only beautiful scenic views but also the tallest desert in the world in Hunder, known for the Bactrian camel rides. Bactrian camels are of a distinct sort, having two humps, and were the principal source of transportation on the silk route. In Dixit, you can purchase some  Kashmiri or Tibetan artifacts, Pashmina shawls, woolen socks, almonds, apricots, apples, and things that define Kashmir. Of course, you can take the beauty Kashmir is known for, in the memories that you will remember for life. Leh Ladakh trip package provides complete sightseeing of this region.

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Sangam is the fusion of Indus and Zanskar Rivers in Ladakh. It is situated 35km from Leh in Nimmu, falling on the Leh Srinagar highway. The two rivers can be individually seen fusing at this point. While the Indus River looks shiny blue, the Zanskar River looks muddy green. It is a breathtaking sight to witness. The fusion of the two rivers at Sangam transforms as per the season.

Sangam, Jammu and Kashmir

While the Zanskar River swells and is rapid in summers, the Indus River is calmer. In winters, Zanskar paces down and almost freezes while the speed of Indus is even lesser. The Indus is among the longest rivers in Asia and commences from Tibet. Zanskar River takes shape in the Zanskar valley. Leh trip package provides you with complete guidance to see this new belt of nature.


Shanti Stupa

The Shanti Stupa located in Leh is a mesmerizing white-domed Buddhist monument atop a steep hilltop at a height of 11,841 feet. It is a spiritual place for Buddhists as it has the relics of Buddha. It was consecrated by the 14th Dalai Lama. It is famous among tourists for providing a view of Leh as well as the nearby Changspa village. Shanti Stupa is exceptionally beautiful on full moon night when it is illuminated by the moonlight. Shanti Stupa was built in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist, Bhikshu Gyomyo Nakamura. It was jointly constructed by Japanese and Ladakhi Buddhists to celebrate the 2500 years of Buddhism and to promote world peace.

Shanti Stupa, Leh

It aims to spread peace through the preaching of Buddha. Shanti Stupa is a getaway for both- those wanting to obtain peace by offering prayers to God and those who want to be mesmerized by natural beauty. Shanti Stupa is an integral part of the Leh Ladakh tour package.


Tso Moriri

Tso Moriri Lake is the biggest high elevated lake in India located at a height of 4,595m. Set between Ladakh and Tibet in the Changtang region, it is a twin of Pangong Lake. This lake offers a scenic place of peace engulfed by mountains, about 28 km in length from north to south, and 8 km wide. An inner line permit is required for visiting Tso Moriri. The mesmerizing Tso Moriri is visited in the summer months commencing from April when the lake starts melting.

Tso Moriri

May, June, July, and August are the prime tourist seasons. Tso Moriri is not accessible and remains frozen from January to March. Tso Moriri is a Ramsar site meaning one cannot establish a tent or make anything near the lake. Birds spotted at Tso Moriri are the bar-headed goose, the great-crested grebe, the Brahmin duck as well as a brown-headed gull. Himalayan hares are found here too. It is also termed the 'mountain lake', because of the peaks surrounding it, at a height of 2000 meters, cutting it off from the outside world. This forms a part of Leh tourism.


Magnetic hill

The Magnetic Hill of Ladakh is a cyclops hill where motors defy the gravitational force and motion in the upward direction on the hill when parked at the location. To see this phenomenon, park the car in neutral gear. Even though there are certain myths related to mysterious magnetic hills, the fact is that the layout of the region, as well as the surrounding hills, provides it with an optical illusion.

Magnetic hill, Leh

The downhill road looks to be an uphill road and the car slowly gains momentum appearing to be going uphill against gravity when it is actually rolling downhill. You can come to this place through Leh tourism packages.


Hall of fame museum

Situated 4 km from Leh on the Leh-Kargil Road, the Hall of Fame was built in memory of the brave soldiers who lost their lives fighting for India during the Indo-Pakistan war. Supervised by the Indian Army, the Hall of Fame displays captured arms and amenities of the Pakistani Army, pictures, and biographies of brave soldiers. The museum also exhibits the Siachen area, displaying apparel as well as amenities used by the Indian Army in the region. Other than this, one can also see items related to Ladakhi culture, history, vegetation as well as wildlife found across the globe.

Hall of fame museum, Leh


Thiksey monastery

Thiksey Monastery is a Tibetan monastery located 20km south of Leh, on Leh Manali highway. The twelve-story monastery is situated on top of the hill, giving splendid views of the town as well as the Indus valley. The principal highlight of Thiksey is the Maitreya Temple having a 15-meter-high Maitreya Buddha statue. It covers two stories of the building and is the biggest such statue in Ladakh.

Thiksey monastery, Leh

Thiksey comprises various white buildings arranged in hierarchical order, against the rocky golden brown hills. It looks like the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. Thiksey comprises 10 temples and is presently home to over 100 monks. The monastery has Buddhist stupas, thangkas, swords, wall paintings as well as statues. Other attractions at Thiksey are Tara Temple, Lamokhang Temple, Assembly Hall, Nunnery, Library as well as the rooftop. The monastery also acts as a residential monastery for monks. The Ladakh trip package gives you an opportunity to see this region.


Zanskar valley

Situated in the Kargil district to the eastern side of Ladakh is the splendid Zanskar Valley. Also called Zahar or Zanskar locally, it is set apart from Ladakh by the Zanskar mountain range, part of The Tethys Himalayas. Zanskar is renowned for its raw landscape and is famous for trekking and river rafting. The semi-desert area is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and clean rivers apart from rare flora and fauna. The comfortable way of reaching Zanskar is from Kargil to Suru Valley. It is cut off from the other parts of the world for more than 9 months of the year due to heavy snowfall in the region. The way to reach Zanskar in the winter months of December to February is through Chadar Trek.


Shey Monastery

Shey Monastery is a very old monastery situated 15km from Leh. It served as the summer capital of Ladakh but is in ruins now. Located atop a hillock, it provides stunning panoramic views.

Stok palace

Situated  15km from Leh, the Stok Palace is the summer residence of the royal family of Ladakh as well as descendants of King Sengge Namgyal. It was set up in 1820 by King Tsepal Namgyal and thrown open to the public in 1980 by the Dalai Lama. The Stok Palace has been transformed into a heritage hotel and also houses Stok Palace Museum and Temple. Enjoy the trip to this palace through Ladakh heritage packages.


Hemis monastery

Hemis Monastery is a Buddhist monastery situated 45 km south of Leh. Constructed by the Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyal, it is considered among the wealthiest monasteries in India. Hemis Monastery is much visited during the annual Hemis Festival, held each year in June.


Guru ka dwara

Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a mesmerizing gurudwara built in honor of Guru Nanak Dev. It is situated 25km from Leh on Leh Kargil road. The gurdwara is much revered as it houses a rock resembling Guru Nanak's back. Through the Leh tour packages, you can visit this religious place.