Leh Ladakh is a region in the northernmost part of India, known for its stunning natural beauty and unique culture. Some popular activities in the area include trekking, mountain biking, and jeep safaris. Visitors can also explore ancient monasteries, such as the Hemis Gompa and the Thiksey Monastery, and take in the beautiful landscapes of the Himalayas. It is also famous for Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri lake.
Ladakh is admired for its unparalleled scenic views, snow-capped mountains, pristine icy lakes and swirling roads. Moreover, the whole trip to Leh Ladakh can go up a notch with one of our Leh Ladakh tours. From cheapest Ladakh tour packages to luxury, activity centric to leisure, you will find a great collection of Leh Ladakh packages at Indian Circuit.
Indian Circuit Leh Ladakh Tour Package offer popular tourist activities such as Trekking, Mountain Biking, Jeef Safari’s, Lake Views, River Rafting, Adventure activities and Cultural activities where Markha Valley Trek, the Chadar Trek, and the Stok Kangri Trek cover trekking part during trip, The Pangong Tso Lake is famous for its crystal clear water, surrounded by the Himalayas, and Tso Moriri lake is known for its serene and peaceful environment. The Khardung La Pass is the highest motorable road in the world, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
Leh Ladakh is also a popular destination for river rafting, with the Indus and Zanskar rivers offering challenging rapids for experienced rafters. The rugged terrain and high-altitude passes of Leh Ladakh make for an exciting and challenging biking experience. Tourist may explore the remote villages and stunning landscapes of Leh Ladakh on a jeep safari, they will love to do adventure activities like paragliding, hot air balloon ride, and more in Leh Ladakh.
Leh – Ladakh is the region is the home of many ancient monasteries, including the Hemis Gompa, the Thiksey Monastery, and the Alchi Monastery. Tourist can Explore the unique culture and way of life of the local people, including the Ladakhi and Tibetan communities too!