We have been quiet busy past months with trekking and organising the best trips for our clients in Ladakh. The trekking season in Ladakh started in June. But don’t worry, you still have 2-3 months to enjoy the pleasant dry and sunny climate of these mighty Himalayan peaks.
Ladakh has something for everybody. But to get the real feel of the wideness and wildness, the scenic and sweet serenity of this staggering environment, you should go OUT THERE. That can be adventurous for those who like it to be, a bit more comfortable for those who like to hold on to some basics.
If you want to head for a bit of a challenge, CHECK THESE MOUNTAINEERING EXPEDITIONS IN LADAKH. Don’t fear, for some of the peaks you don’t need to be an Olympic athlete to get on top.
Not feeling adventurous? No problem. As said before, Ladakh has something for you too. What did you think of visiting some of the oldest buddhist monasteries with astonishing murals and fun festivals? Or maybe some romantic camping near the high altitude glacial lakes Tsomoriri and Pangong Lake? Rather picknicking in the sand dunes (really!) of the Nubra valley? Possible! Some splashy fun with -yeah a bit- adventure rafting on the Zanskar or Indus rivers ? Check! Or get on a bike driven by your own (wo)manpower or by a Royal motor and drive over the highest motorable road in the world?
All is possible in Ladakh. Just ask HERE.
And now lean back and dreammmmm away (before you start planning):