Leh Ladakh With Hanle & Umlingla Pass

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  • The best way to travel to Ladakh is by flight. Leh Airport is well-connected with major cities like Delhi, Jammu, Chandigarh, and Srinagar through direct and connecting flights.
  • If you prefer a road journey, there are two routes:
    • Srinagar to Leh: This route takes you through Sonamarg, Drass, Kargil, Mulbekh, and Lamayuru, covering a distance of 434 km. The roads remain open from May to October.
    • Manali to Leh: Covering 474 km via Keylong, this route includes a night stopover. Again, the roads are accessible from May to October.
  • Ladakh’s high altitude (nearly 11,500 feet above sea level) can cause difficulty in breathing or altitude sickness due to low atmospheric oxygen.
  • Acclimatize by resting naturally for at least 48 hours upon arrival.
  • Ladakh offers a variety of accommodations, including hotels, guest houses, homestays, and hostels.
  • If you love adventure and Himalayan drives, a road journey is an excellent way to experience Ladakh.
  • Generally, it takes 5 to 10 days to cover major destinations in Ladakh.
  • For trekking enthusiasts, longer durations may be needed for specific trails.
  • During the daytime, opt for T-shirts and shorts.
  • As the temperature drops after sunset, wear jackets and pullovers.
  • For treks above 4,000 meters, warm woolen clothes are essential.
  • In June and July, be prepared for rain and snowfall with windcheaters and raincoats.
  • Waterproof shoes are a must for trekking.
  • High ground clearance vehicles like Toyota Innova, Mahindra Scorpio, XUV, Tata Safari, Sumo Grande, Xylo, Tavera, and Qualis are favorable in Leh.
  • Umlingla Pass is the world’s highest motorable pass, near the Line of Actual Control between India and China.
  • Inner line permits are required to visit this region, including Hanle.
  • As of 2022, permits are not needed for domestic tourists to travel anywhere in Ladakh, including Umlingla Pass.
  • Hanle is famous for its observatory and offers stunning views of the Milky Way Galaxy.
  • While the regular permit from Leh covers most areas, descending to Demchok from Umlingla Pass requires a special permit.

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