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Ladakh Holidays: an Overview

Over 11,500ft up on the high plateau of north-eastern India, Ladakh, often referred to as 'little Tibet', is geographically, anthropologically and culturally part of Tibet but actually belongs to India.

Our Ladakh Itineraries

Overview

A high-altitude desert streaked with turquoise glacial lakes, fast flowing rivers flanked by lush green valleys and the backdrop of snow capped Himalaya mountains, this is a starkly beautiful place.

Though Ladakh has long been on the map for backpackers, mostly staying in and around Leh, it is not yet featured as a destination for the luxury adventure traveller.

Our 'village house' experience avoids the over commercialisation of Leh and heads off the beaten track to three unspoilt villages in the Indus valley.

Enjoy a seven night adventure tour staying in authentic, charming Tibetan style village homes, with gentle trekking, private visits to unspoilt Buddhist monasteries and thrilling rafting journeys on the Indus and Zanskar rivers.

We've been blowing the proverbial horn in favour of Ladakh for years and are happy to report that the wider region of Kashmir is making a comeback as well - 'bout time too we say.

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A Note on Price

Flights to India cost approximately £570 (economy) and many airlines fly directly from the UK. Accommodation-wise, prices vary hugely: Rajasthan could cost around £3,000 per person for two weeks, whilst South Kerala would come in a lot cheaper comparatively for a stay of a similar length.

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Exploring Ladakh

12 Days

From 5,450pp