Why Book With Us
Leh is situated at an elevation where the effects of high altitude can be felt.
After that you can explore Leh and its surroundings. The Hotel staff is always available with advice and any other help to make your transition to high altitude problem-free.
The average elevation of Ladakh region falls above 2,500 meters (8,200 feet). The capital Leh is at 3,500 meters (11,500 feet). The summer temperature is quite pleasant but in winter it touches the extreme as low as -20°C. So, you need to bring appropriate clothing for a range of conditions, because with global climate change, one can experience the occasional cool day even in summer. Please feel free to contact us, if you need advice on what to bring. And remember, you can also buy extra clothing in Leh, if needed.
The most convenient way to reach Ladakh is by air. The capital Leh is serviced by three major airlines – most offering 1-hour daily flights from Delhi, Srinagar and Jammu.
For details of schedules and fares, contact Indian Airlines (www.airindia.com), Go Airlines (www.goair.in), or Jet Airways (www.jetairways.com).
If you prefer a more adventurous approach, you can arrive via one of two overland routes.
The 1st approach - about 430 kms – begins at Srinagar (Kashmir) and runs through numerous villages en route. It involves an overnight stay in Kargil (usually open from May to October). This route takes you over Zojila and Fotula pass; the latter at 4080 meters is the highest pass in the Srinagar – Leh highway.
The 2nd route via Manali (Himachal Pradesh) is open between mid-June to late September. Spanning 470 Km, it takes you over several high passes including Taklang-La, which at 5230 meters (about 17500 feet) is one of the highest road passes in the world.