With a charming scenery to accompany those cool breeze that splash across your face like magic, Ladakh’s unparalleled beauty is known to attract many visitors from across the globe. But, there’s more to this land than justladakh trip with family those majestic hills. Various attractions in Ladakh often go unnoticed as there’s simply so much to do. Be it trying the local cuisine or simply exploring the markets with your loved ones, when it’s a trip to Ladakh with family, you’ll keep coming back for more. So, find out what this family has to say about their recent holiday here!
We always wanted to step into the scenic paradise that Ladakh is but with our daughter being too young, we couldn’t due to many health risks involved in going to that level of altitude. When our child turned 12, we figured, it’s time for a fun packed vacation to Ladakh!
Besides being home to the fascinating Karakoram range and main Himalayan range, this place was also new to our daughter and that’s how we knew it would be more than just an adventure. With a week-long plan in our mind, we couldn’t wait for this journey to begin as we’ve been planning for it for the past few months.
Details Of Our Family Trip To Ladakh
With so much to do around in the scenic land of Ladakh, we wouldn’t be surprised if you’re thinking of planning a Ladakh family tour! Here’s what Chhaya’s family got on their vacation.
Trip Type: Family
Cost: INR 1,07,400
Travel Agent: Explarience Tours Travels
Duration: 7 days, 6 Nights
Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Airport transfers, Accommodations, Sightseeing cab, Welcome drinks on arrival, Govt taxes including GST
Exclusions: Lunch, English Speaking Driver, Camel ride, Entry fee charges, Airfare, Rafting, Any other additional cost incurred during the trip
Reasons To Visit Ladakh
Despite having just 7 days in Ladakh, we had a lot of things planned ahead of us and here are some of the takeaways from our trip that you should know of.
Locals In Ladakh
People in Ladakh are very warm and helping. Whether it’s the hotel staff, the locals you’ll find in the market or elsewhere, or the vendors, the caring nature of the folks here really gets to you! Even getting to know the culture of these locals, you’ll experience a quite soothing vibe around, as they’re eager to share what they know and have known in the past many years.
Landscapes In Ladakh
When you’re visiting Ladakh, the natural undisturbed environment is what brings peace to your mind. Coming from an urban environment with all the hustle and bustle of a city life, this land bringing a contrast to your eyes really soothes you. Not to forget, the lush landscapes with very less people residing in the area are just about perfect for any kind of family trip to Ladakh!
Be it the Pangong Lake, Leh Palace, Sham Valley, also known as the Apricot Valley or the thrilling experiences like Quad bike ride and camel ride in the Nubra valley, there are so many things to do in Ladakh especially if you have around a minimum of 7 days in Ladakh! Even places like Gurudwara Pathir Sahib, Pangong Tso Lake, Changla Pass, Diskit Monastery and Khardung La Pass that we covered on our trip are breathtaking in every sense of the term.
For non-vegetarians, it’s always easy to find food options anywhere. But, even for vegetarians, this place is perfect! You can have pizzas, maggi, thukpa and momos here. The prices are the same as any other place in a proper city in Ladakh. When it comes to taking a highway, or any restaurant outside the main city, the prices are comparatively less.
What To Pack For Ladakh
- Do not forget to take Airtel and BSNL cards
- Carry boots and thick socks
- Carry a sunscreen above 50 + SPF
- Pack thick jackets and woolen clothes
Travel Tips For Future Travelers
There are a few Ladakh travel tips that one can keep in mind as this is what we learned from our trip. These will also help you on your journey when you plan to take a Ladakh trip with family.
- Use camphor bottles and keep sniffing in the mountains
- Do not sleep in the noon when travelling in the mountains. It can lead to stroke and respiratory issues.
- Do not go out without thermals
- Carry an oxygen cylinder, if possible as there were a lot of health problems faced by people around us
- Wear clothes on layers, so that if it gets uncomfortable with so many clothes, you can take one layer off.
With a pleasant Ladakh weather in April month, why would you want to go anywhere else in the world? There’s nothing like Ladakh’s charming paradises and stunning lakes that will sweep you off your feet! So, what are you waiting for? Plan a trip to Ladakh for an ultimate holiday like never before and make sure you tag along your loved ones to get the best of this land!
Frequently Asked Questions About Ladakh
If you’re looking forward to Ladakh with family trip soon, just like this family, then here are a few common queries about this land that’ll help you on your way!
A. Smoking is banned in Nubra Valley but not in Leh. You can surely carry cigarettes as smoking in public places in Leh is allowed. However, in Nubra valley, selling as well as smoking in public, both are banned.
A. Asthma patients are strictly advised not to go to Ladakh. If travelers insist on traveling, then they must carry the pump along. Ladakh has a lack of oxygen and the remote places are believed to have very less medical facilities and hence asthmatic patients are not advised to go to Ladakh.
A. Even though outside phone connections are not allowed in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, postpaid connections of Airtel, BSNL, MTNL and Jio work very well when it comes to Leh, Ladakh.
A. Leh does not have bar and pub but many restaurants in Leh serve beer with food. However, it is advised to carry your own as liquor vends in Ladakh do not exist.
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