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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Places To Be Visited In India : Leh Ladakh Tour + Top Rainy Season, Monsoon Travel Destinations

One season that everyone love whether he is child, young or old age uncle and aunty is rain. People love the rainy season, it is most loved season for travelers. For Nature lovers or photographer it is a boon, when first drop of rain falls gives the indication to pack your bags and start a new journey. Here are list of  Rainy season Tourist Places in India. I'll start with most preferred location
                   Along with my three friends I started the journey to the heaven from Manali.  It becomes a little hectic as you travel across high & not so high altitudes within a few hours.. it becomes a strain physically... would recommend a day's break at each point and soak in the local beauty & culture...also take it a little easy when it comes to drinking and eating because of the high altitude.

    After stopping at the Indus-Zanskar confluence, we headed to Basgo Fort. We will then visit the Alchi and Likir Monasteries before tucking in for the night at Uley tokpo (A resort set in an orchard on a steep cliff above the Indus River). Tough it was very tiring but we started loving this. We then head back towards Leh.. We will also take you to Jungwa Shrungskyob – a waste-to-craft shop run by PAGIR.

Our hotel was few km away from the market but the location was awesome.the name of our hotel was Nalanda Ladakh.the rooms were large with nice furnishings

1. Leh and Ladhakh: If you are adventurous and love the traveling on the roads, this is the place for you. If I say "Bikers Heaven" than it wont be wrong. A dream destination of many and the Mecca of adventure enthusiasts. There are also many longer trekking trails to choose from, such as the ones from Likir to Temisgam, and Markha Valley from Spituk. Mountain climbing trips can be booked to peaks such as Stok , Goleb , Kangyatse  and Matho West in the Zanskar Mountains.
Leh, one of the coldest deserts in the world,  situated towards the eastern parts of Jammu and Kashmir, at a distance of 434 Kms from Srinagar and 474 Kms from Manali (Himachal Pradesh). If you want to go on bike various choice of Bikes are there.. pick your one. Also they have got facility to drop the bikes at Leh One WAY facility.. check this out.. (http://www.bikerentalsmanali.com/rentals/one-way-deals/).

Some children we came across were fascinated with a digital camera and enjoyed looking at their own snaps after we clicked them...a nice way to break the ice and get to know the locals better... most locals know a decent amount of english to be able to converse with you and are pretty friendly...

Places to be visited: 
Leh is a backpacker's haven with numerous trekking trails, valleys, and picturesque lakes. Renowned as the land of monks and monasteries there is lots to see in this amazing piece of land. White Water Rafting and Trekking in Ladakh. Leh has a number of Trekking Routes with the Markha Valley Trek over Gongmaru La and Gandha La being the most adventurous.

When to Visit Leh:
The best time to visit Leh is between May and September, when the weather is the warmest. Ladakh doesn't experience rain like elsewhere in India, so the monsoon season is the perfect time to travel to Leh. The Ladakh Festival is held during the first two weeks of September. It opens in Leh with a spectacular procession through the streets. Villagers dressed in traditional costumes dance and sing folk songs, backed by an orchestra. The festival also features musical concerts, dances performed by masked lamas from selected monasteries, and mock traditional marriage ceremonies. The two day Hemis Festival takes place in June/July at the Hemis Gompa to commemorate birth of Guru Padmasambhava, who founded Tantric Buddhism in Tibet. There's traditional music, colorful masked dances, and a fair full of beautiful handicrafts. The road from Manali is open from the month of June to mid October. For almost half of its length, it is over 13,000 feet. Many visitors stretch the first day's journey up to Sarchu which is another tented accommodation and 120 kms further from Darcha. It depends on how many days you have at your disposal.


 Most Important: Inner Line Permit is an official travel document issued by the government of India to allow inward travel of an Indian citizen into a protected/restricted area for a limited period.The document is an effort by the government to regulate movement to certain areas located near the international border of India. This is a security measure and it is applicable for certain parts of Leh.

Inner line permits are required to visit
    Pangang Tso
    Khardung La
    Tso Moirri
    Nubra Valley
    Changthang (only to Indian Nationals).

Self attested photocopies of valid nationality proof, Photo-IDs are necessary to procure Inner Line Permits.

How to reach there:
    By Road: There are two highway connected to the Leh which is- "Manali-Leh Highway" via Rohtang pass and "Srinagar-Leh" Highway via Drass, kargil.
                   Srinagar - Leh - 434 Km
                   Manali - Leh - 473 Km
                   Srinagar - Kargil - 204 Km
                   Delhi - Leh - 1047 Kms
                   Leh - Kargil - 234 Km
                   Kargil - Padum (Zanskar) - 240 Km
                  Leh - Deskit (Nubra Valley) - 118 Kms. 

By Air: Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IATA: IXL, ICAO: VILH) is an airport in Leh, India. It's one of the highest airports in the world at 3,256 m (10,682 ft) above mean sea level.

for more details Please visit official site: http://www.lehladakhtours.com/lehbyair.html


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