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This itinerary is ideal for a first-timer, flying to Leh. Includes recommendations on important points of interest, local transportation & accommodation across budgets, reliable local operators & tips to avoid altitude sickness.
Destination(s): Leh-Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir (India)
Trip Duration: 10 Days & 9 Nights (Excludes Travel Time To & From Destination)
Suitable For: Solo/Group Travellers, Families with Kids (6+ Years), Couples
What Do You Get? Daily Sightseeing Plan, Recommended Hotels, Local Cab Operator Reference, Recommended Restaurants, Handy Guide for First Time Travellers, How To Get Permits For Protected Areas.
Ladakh is a unique destination in India and I can confidently say it is one of the friendliest and safest places that I had been to in my lifetime.
I believe I can help you plan this trip to Ladakh. During my visit to Ladakh I explored the city on foot, visited the picturesque lakes of Pangong and Tso Moriri. Stayed in a basic homestay in Changthang where we were almost sure the wild dogs will eat us up. Crossed the river in darkness to eat dinner and managed to return back alive. Crossing the Khardungla and entering the sand dune zone was however the most remarkable part of my journey. Ladakh showed me that sand and snow can co-exist so close to each. We drank tea made of camel's milk.
I would suggest you to make Leh your base city and explore the lakes of Pangong, Tso Moriri and the white sand desert of Nubra valley. The trip I have in mind for you will include personalized recommendations of homestays/hotels that me or some of my friends/family had been to. I can also put you in touch with owners of cab rentals with whom I have travelled, during my sojourn in Ladakh. If you wish to travel in public transport or shared cabs I can provide you information about the same.
The itinerary will include attractions to see around Leh city and chart the journey to Pangong, Tso Moriri and Nubra Valley. Bear in mind travelling to all these three places will require a certain amount of fitness and patience. They will be long journeys (8 - 10 hours) and the road will pass through some of the highest and dangerous mountain passes. Not to mention the road conditions will be very bad at certain patches.
This itinerary will not include bookings but I can make recommendations of places to stay and give you contact details of the same.You have to contact the accommodation owners and cab owners on your own.
I come from a family of ardent travelers. My father is a seasoned mountaineer and my cousin and maternal uncle both run their own travel business. It is but natural that the travel bug bit me at an early stage.
I love exploring new lands, interacting with people and getting soaked in their livelihood.I enjoy tripping in both offbeat locations and touristy places. I like trying out adventure sports and local cuisines of the place that I travel to. I promote responsible tourism and discourage travelers from doing anything that may harm the environment, wildlife or local livelihood.
I have traveled extensively in India from the high Himalayas in the North to the sandy beaches of South. Outside my country I have only been to Nepal.
Academically I am a post graduate in Economics from the University of Calcutta - I call myself a 'game theory' lover. Currently travel blogging and travel planning are my bread and butter.
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