Ladakh or “Little Tibet” lies as a separate area in the Himalayas of northern India at the Tibetan Plateau, at the frontier of Karakoram. And trekking is the best way to explore the Mountainous region of Ladakh. It hardly rains in this region. That is why a spectacular moon landscape is created where surrealistic colors like earth-red, gold, and deep dark purple twinkle at the rocks. Ladakh has a rich cultural and religious heritage. Those you can see in the very old monasteries that still function. It is for sure that, this is one of the few places left where one can witness Tibetan Buddhism in its original state!
You walk an average of 4 hours per day. Then your luggage is carried by packed animals. Similarly, you’re accompanied by a local guide and stay the nights in 2-persons tents.
We travel to Leh overland or fly in or vice versa, one domestic flight is obligatory. Passes are open from the first week of July. The trip starts from Delhi and trains journey to Kalka. We change the train in Kalka to reach Simla. Then we drive to Manali. The route from Manali is Jispa, Sarchu, and all the way to Leh and flight back to Delhi.