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Cheapest Leh Ladakh Tour Package

The Leh popularly known as the land of lamas or the coldest desert in the world is a high altitude tourist destination of the union territory of Ladakh in India. The magnificent mountain ranges, an abundance of nature’s beauty spread everywhere, the clouds that can be touched and the scenery that can steal any heart is Leh Ladakh. Leh Ladakh is basically expensive as compare to other destinations of India, so Global World Tour and Travels offering Cheapest Leh Ladakh Tour Package for those who wants to visit here at very low cost.

This tour package cover all travel places in Leh Ladakh. such as Leh local City Tour, Pangong 1 Night Tour, Nubra 1 Nights Tour etc. So please Don’t wait to drop us your details and get Best Deals on Ladakh Tour Packages with all travel itineraries.

Cheapest Leh Ladakh Tour Package: Highlights

  • Scenic drive from Leh to Pangong Lake via Chang La
  • Cross mighty Khardung La Pass for Nubra Valley tour
  • Diskit Monastery and Hunder sand dunes
  • Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace tour and shopping in Leh
  • Tour of Alchi Monastery and Lamayuru

“Rates are indicative and vary as seasons, For best price contact our sales team (+91-6264879542) before the final booking.”

Day 1
Day 01: Arrive Leh Airport

Arrival at Leh airport and transfer to pre booked hotel. After some rest visit to Leh Market, Leh Palace and Shanti Stupa and return to hotel. Overnight stay in Leh

Day 2
Day 02: Leh – Alchi - Leh

After breakfast, drive for full day sightseeing to Alchi Monastery, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Hall of Fame museum and Sangam (Confluence of Zanskar & Indus River). In the evening, visit sunset of Moon land back t and Basgo castle and later back to hotel, Overnight stay at hotel

Day 3
Day 03: Leh - Nubra Valley (120 Kms/ 4-5 Hrs)

After Breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft) post lunch, enjoy the camel safari at Sand Dunes between Deskit & Hundur Village. Overnight stay at Hotel / Camp

Day 4
Day 04: Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake (170 KMs/ 5-6 Hrs)

After Breakfast visit Deskit Monastery (Big Buddha), where you can have a magnificent view of Nubra Valley and then drive directly to Pangong Lake through Changla Pass 17,350 ft, 3rd Highest Motorable road in the world, Arrival at Camp,

Later free time at Leisure and enjoy the color changing lake and the sun set on the banks of lake. Overnight stay at Hotel

Day 5
Day 05: Pangong Lake - Leh (140 Kms/ 4-5 Hrs)

Early mornings enjoy the picturesque view of Sun rise on lake. After Breakfast drive back to Leh, en route visit Thikse Monastery and Shey Palace. Overnight stay at Hotel

Day 6
Day 06: Leh Airport Drop

Morning after breakfast drop to Leh airport to board flight back to destination

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Package Inclusions

  • Airport Pick & Drop by Non AC Xylo
  • 03 Nights accommodation at Leh
  • 01 Nights accommodation at Pangong Lake
  • 01 Nights accommodation at Nubra Valley
  • Meals: 05 Breakfasts & 05 Dinners at hotel on fixed menu
  • Interstate toll, fuel & driver allowance
  • Transfer & sightseeing by non ac Xylo
  • Inner line permits to Pangong and Nubra
  • Ladakh environment fee

Package Exclusions

  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
  • Monument and entrance fee
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Price includes
  • Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls, oxygen mask
  • Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated)
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary / stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control
  • Oxygen Cylinder Rs. 700 per day in Leh
Hotel Katpa ResidencyLeh3
100 Sky CampPangong Lake1
Sand Dunes CampNubra Valley1

Best Time to Visit Leh Ladakh

Unlike many destinations in India, Ladakh is not an all-year-around destination. Ladakh is a beautiful place that is located in the Himalayan range. It is located on the Indus River bank. This place has amazing scenery and many adventure routes for motorcycle enthusiasts. In short, the best time to visit Leh Ladakh is summer between the end of March to middle of August. The prime tourist time is between June and August.


How to Reach Ladakh

By Air: There are various ways of reaching Ladakh but the most comfortable of them all is taking a flight. Several flights fly to Ladakh during the peak season and also during the offseason. However, it should be remembered that changes in flights are not unusual due to the unpredictable weather conditions during winters.

The closest airport to Leh is the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport. It operates flights to major cities like Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar and Chandigarh, to name a few. This airport, being a military air terminal, is very strict when it comes to security checks. Therefore, it would be best to take a printout of your e-ticket before entering, not doing so may result in your being denied entry into the airport. From the airport however, you can avail taxis to reach your lodging or resort.


By Car: Next to a bike trip, riding by jeep is also as much fun and adventurous. It is perfect for those travelling in groups of friends and families who want their share of excitement but prefer the road to air. You can take a car trip to Leh from Srinagar, Manali or Chandigarh, depending on the time you have with you. It should be remembered, however, that the highways are closed during the winters due to substantial snowfall. Keeping this in mind, the best time to take a trip to Ladakh by jeep would be from the months of May to September.

The highlight of this trip is crossing the Zoji La Pass, located at an altitude of almost 11,500ft. It is this same pass that serves as the gateway to Ladakh if you are travelling to Ladakh from Kashmir Valley through Kargil. This road takes you across several passes like the Tanglang La Pass, the second highest motorable pass in Ladakh at 17,480ft.


By Bus: A bus ride to Ladakh can be quite bumpy. Ladakh is connected to Srinagar and Jammu by roads. There are two routes that lead to Ladakh, one from Srinagar through Zoji La Pass and the other from Manali to Ladakh through Rohtang Pass. If you are up for it though, then there is a direct bus service from Delhi too. The total distance covered by the bus will be almost 1,203km.


By Train: Some people also prefer to travel by train to Ladakh. If you are travelling by train, then the closest railway station is Jammu Tawi, located at a distance of almost 700km from Ladakh. It is well-connected to the major cities in India like Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. From Jammu, arrangement for travelling to Ladakh by a private vehicle can be made.


Places To Visit In Leh Ladakh

LEH PALACE: Leh Palace known as the ‘Lhachen Palkhar’ is a former royal palace of the Leh Kingdom. Located in Leh city. It is one of the biggest tourist attraction of Leh city. The 17th century Palace, Leh Palace is also one of the tallest buildings of its time with nine story’s. The palace provides spectacular views of Stok Kangri and the Ladakh mountain range as well as town and surroundings. The palace is now in a run-down condition being maintained and restored by the ‘Archaeological Survey of India’ (ASI).


STOK PALACE: Stok Palace, built by King Tsespal Tondup Namgyal in 1825, in the present times is the residential palace of the royal descendants of King Sengge Namgyal. The architecture of this palace is a perfect mix of the traditional and the contemporary architectural styles. This palatial property consists of a number of beautiful gardens as well as a library that has around 108 volumes of the Kangyur (a collection of teachings of Lord Buddha). The palace is located around 15 kms away from the main city of Leh.

This palace hosts an annual dance-mask festival in which there is a huge participation by the locals. There is also a collection of royal clothing, crowns and other important things which you can see while on the excursion of the palace.


HALL OF FAME: Hall of Fame is a museum constructed by the Indian Army in memory of the brave Indian soldiers who laid down their lives defending the motherland in the Indo-Pak wars. The Hall of Fame museum is located on the Leh-Kargil Road, about 4km from the city of Leh. It stands as a reminder of the great sacrifices made by our soldiers to ensure the safety and security of our country.


SHANTI STUPA: The Shanti Stupa is white-colored domed-shaped structure, located in Chandspa which looks extremely  beautiful during night when it is illuminated. This peace pillar was built a ‘peace sect’  of  Japanese Buddhist organization to celebrate the completion of 2500 years of Buddhism and for the promotion of world peace. It was inaugurated by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama in 1985. This pillar is known for its gilt panels depicting the life stories of Lord Buddha. It is just 5 kms away from the main city of Leh and is surrounded the traditionally built houses of the locals and snow-covered mountains. Take the steep slights to reach the Stupa that offers beautiful sunrise and sunset views.


JAMA MASJID: Located in the heart of Leh town is the Jama Masjid, which is one of the major historical mosques in Ladakh. This mosque is considered to be the biggest mosques in the Ladkah region and consists of a memorial which is known as Shahi Hamdan. This memorial is made in dedication to Mir Syed Ali Hamdani,  a Muslim Sufi Saint. It was built in 1666-67 A.D. as a result of an agreement between Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor and the then ruler of Ladakh, Deldan Namgyal. Since the time of its construction, the mosque has been  dismantled and re-constructed using new techniques.


TSEMO FORT: Built in the 16th century is Tsemo (Victory) Fort, is just 15-minute climb-up opposite Chenrezi Lakhang with its ruins. This structure is actually visible from everywhere in Leh. This fort seems like a crown on the head of the Palace ridge.  This small but ruined palace contains of a number of worship flags. Directly underneath it is Tsemo gompa that is Tsemo monastery that consists of two temple buildings built in the 15th century, an eight meter tall gold-faced statue of Maitreya Buddha.


KHARDUNGA LA PASS: Imagine what it would feel like to be on top of the world. No, we are not talking about the arduous climb to Everest. On the way to Nubra valley, a popular destination in Ladakh, lies Khardung La pass – the world’s highest motorable road. It’s located at a staggering altitude of 18,380 feet.

Stopping here for tea and admiring the surreal snow covered landscape around is on the bucket list of everyone who travels to Ladakh. Everything from rocks to roads to mountains are draped in snow. It almost feels like a winter wonderland.

The steep and rugged terrain, winding roads, furious winds and unpredictable weather means you will earn bragging rights for making it this far. No wonder, it’s a rite of passage amongst bikers, cyclists and travel junkies.


PANGONG TSO LAKE: Ladakh is home to many high altitude lakes, but none can match the grandeur of Pangong Tso. Brought to limelight by the movie “3 idiots”, it’s now the most popular destination in Ladakh.

Flanked by mountains of brownish hues, walking along the banks of the azure blue lake is akin to living postcards in reality. Its uniqueness though lies with the changing shades of the lake as the day progresses. Be ready to whip out your cameras and catch this mystic phenomenon live. At night, watch the sky blanketed by a million stars as you camp next to the lake.




Climatic conditions in the high elevations shift from the fields; set aside sufficient opportunity to get acclimatized to high heights.

Pay regard to the tour head or educator so as to appreciate a protected and sound understanding.

Try not to devour liquor or some other intoxicants amid the tour.

Abstain from meandering around the camps amid evenings.

Convey fundamental prescriptions and an emergency treatment unit amid the trek.

The tour happens through eco-accommodating zone; don't energize littering the neighborhood destinations or campgrounds.

Dress in like manner while touring the religious locales and don't hurt the religious notions around.


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