Beautified with pristine lakes, Tibetan monasteries, mystical mountain ranges, and out of the world landscape, Leh never ceases to enthrall its visitors. Like millions, we’re also moved by its beauty and elegance. We recently tied our nuptial knot and we thought there could be no better place than Leh to spend our honeymoon. Both of us are nature lovers and wanted to spend some days in the lap of nature and also wanted to try our hands at some adventure. Quite away from the busy city life, we spent 5 days in Ladakh and frankly, the wonderful time we had there have etched in our hearts. Also, planning it with TravelTriangle turned out to be a smart decision for us. The team took great care of everything and made sure that we enjoy our vacation to the hilt. Moreover, Ladakh had everything we were looking for and we were able to enjoy each and every moment there. Here we are jotting down the delightful experiences that we will cherish forever.
Details Of Our Trip To Ladakh
Trip Type: Honeymoon Trip
Cost: INR 37500
Duration: 5 Days
No. Of People: 2
Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Taxes, Airport Transfer, Sightseeing, Permit Fee
Exclusions: Lunch, Airfare, Personal Expenses
Ladakh Itinerary For 5 Days
Day 1: Hotel Check-in & Explore Leh
Day 2: Explore Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara, Hall of Fame
Day 3: Drive to Pangong & explore
Day 4: Back to Leh & explore monasteries
Day 5: Departure
Weather Of Ladakh In July
We visited the place in the first week of July so the weather in Leh was absolutely pleasant. The temperature was around 23-25 degrees during the afternoon and in the night, it would drop till 2-3 degrees. However, as and when we moved outside the city, it was colder. Also, we felt that night in Pangong was quite cold.
Best Experiences & Delightful Moments Of Our Ladakh Trip
Here are some of the best experiences we came across while spending 5 days in Ladakh. While indulging in several out of the world experiences, we made blissful memories.
1. Sightseeing & Much More In Leh
Upon reaching Leh on day 1, we took a rest for a few hours at the hotel and visited Shanti Stupa in the evening. Apart from being famous for its religious significance, the stupa is a tourist attraction because of the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. After relaxing and enjoying the beautiful landscape we headed to Leh Palace
2. Getting Into Patriotic Vibes At Hall Of Fame
The next day, we went to ‘Hall of fame’. The museum has been constructed in memory of the courageous Indian soldiers who got martyred during Indo-Pak wars. It is divided into various sections that contain several displays. Here, we saw many weapons used in the Kargil war. There were also several types of apparel and other items displayed which the Indian Army uses in the Siachen region. There was also a souvenir shop where visitors can buy various items including caps, t-shirts, pashmina shawls, coffee mugs, etc.
3. Exploring Bewitching Magnetic Hills
After enjoying a fantastic time at Hall of Fame, we headed towards mystical magnetic hills, and also a few gompas on the way and a gurdwara. Post to which we went to Sangam, the confluence Indus and Zanskar Rivers. Needless to say, the view was mesmerizing. The colors of the two rivers can be distinctly seen at the confluence. We spent a good amount of time over there and then returned back to Leh Market. Every day, we were exploring something new and since it was our honeymoon, everything seemed to be utterly blissful.
4. Diving Into The Beauty Of Pangong
Now was the time to explore Pangong on day 3. We started for Pangong early after having our breakfast. Experienced a memorable road journey with beautiful landscapes. We stopped at a few scenic places and captured those moments and then we reached Changla Pass. It was all snowy over there. The time we reached the place it started snowing, we enjoyed the chill at the pass and then started from there and after about 4-5 hours of the journey, we reached the “Paradise”. It was a clear sunny day we visited Pangong. I can say have never seen anything more beautiful and peaceful than that till now. Every nature lover must visit this place once in a lifetime. No trip to Ladakh is complete without visiting this magnificent natural wonder with its vast blue water base, clear skies & spine-chilling winds. We clicked pictures in the lakeside and then had snacks and enjoyed the scenic beauty of the place. Also, we stayed in Ladakh Summer Camp in the night.
5. Treating Our Souls At Monasteries
On day 4, we started our journey back to Leh. While coming back we visited a few monasteries and the famous school which was shot in the movie ‘Three Idiots’. Als, while playing our visit to some of the best monasteries in Ladakh, we could feel our souls getting a unique sense of peace and relaxation. It was such a soul-soothing experience for both of us. Also, we realized that our trip came to its end and we could hardly believe how fast these 5 days in Ladakh went.
Our Personal Expenses In Ladakh
Out total trip package for 4 days & 5 nights was of around 37k for two which included a stay with Breakfast and dinner, and transportation. Apart from this, we had spent on flight tickets from Delhi to Leh and vice versa. Rest, we also splurged on shopping and lunch while roaming.
Shopping In Ladakh
We got stuff like Jackes, pashmina shawls, and various souvenirs, etc. Also, after so much shopping, we realized that the prices of the products were very reasonable in Leh Market. If you buy the same thing from Places like Hall of Fame, it would cost you more.
Food In Ladakh
We mostly visited the small restaurants that we used to pass through on our way. Pangong restaurant is one eatery we can vividly remember. It turned out to be a great choice as we were served with a veg full meal that tasted more like simple homely food. The wifi was also free there which was like a bliss our mobile services were not working there. Apart from this, there are also various restaurants in Ladakh where one can find both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
Hotels In Ladakh
We stayed at Hotel Nature’s land in Leh. The people there were very humble and rooms were spotlessly clean. The best part was that they organized a special candlelight dinner for us on the first day of our visit. Besides this, in Pangong, we stayed overnight in Ladakh Summer Camp which had all the basic amenities and was very cozy.
What To Pack For A Ladakh Trip
- Heavy woolen clothes and warm jackets
- Gloves for bikers
- A mini medical kit
- Dry eatables
- ID cards and their copies
- Power bank
Ladakh Travel Tips
- Since the destination is at a high altitude, drink plenty of water
- Travelers must carry medicines for basic medical conditions like fever, stomach ache, headache
- Opt for a postpaid BSNL mobile connection since the other sims will not work there
- Carry enough cash with you as ATM is not easily accessible in Ladakh
- Spend at least 5 days in Ladakh to witness the best of it
Scintillating mountains, pace in abundance, and adventure in the air, Ladakh is packed with everything that a naturist and adventurer looks for. While spending 5 days in Ladakh on our honeymoon, we created a myriad of memories for a lifetime. If you are also moved by our story and the experience we had, then sign up for an enchanting vacation in Ladakh with the help of TravelTriangle. Also, we assure you of a magical time!
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
We had a great experience with TravelTriangle. Everything was sorted and was made so easy for us to compare, customize and choose the packages as per our convenience. Also, their overall management was highly commendable. Our driver was very cordial and supportive. We were wondering how to reach Ladakh the best way and here TT came to our rescue. I would surely recommend it to my near & dear ones and would also like to plan more memorable trips with them. Our trip of 5 days in Ladakh wouldn’t be this much memorable if TT’s highly efficient team didn’t put in their best efforts. Kudos to them!
Further Read: 8 Tourist Circuits To Cover The Best Of Ladakh
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Common Queries You May Have
What is the best time to visit Leh Ladakh?
As per the reviews of various travellers, June is the Best time to visit Leh Ladakh. You will surely love snowy roads and magnificent mountains while you are travelling. Also, there are various places to visit in Leh where you can find sheer peace of mind.
How do I get from Leh to Pangong Lake?
If you want to reach Pangong Lake from Leh, then you can go by road via Karu – Chang La pass. Apart from this, Shyok Village route and by Wari La pass route will also take you directly to Nubra Valley.
How do I get an inner line permit in Leh?
The inner line permit in Leh can be obtained from the official website of Leh Ladakh administration. You can choose your tour operator, pay a fee and get copies of Ladakh to permit online.
Can we stay at Pangong Lake?
Pangong Camp Resort is one and only accommodation you will find at the Lake. Her, you will find all the basic amenities you would require for a comfortable stay.
How do I get from Leh to Nubra Valley?
If you want to reach Nubra Valley from Leh, take the route from Khardung La. It is considered as one of the highest motorable roads all across the globe. It will take around 5 hours to reach Nubra Valley. Even the roads are treacherous, but the spellbinding beauty of the place worth it all.