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LEH LADAKH – THE BEST TIME TO VISIT IN 2022
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Exploring the Union Territory of Leh-Ladakh is the most cherished dream of all adventurous people

(TRAVPR.COM) INDIA - March 30th, 2022 - the never-dying brave heart who loves to challenge harsh climates, rough weather, harsh regions and the most chilling moments.

It is impossible to beat the allure of trekking adventures in Ladakh. Its rugged topography, monastic circuit and incredible living experiences are frightening but also thrilling, whether for spiritual seekers or adventure lovers.

The scenic surroundings are wonderful, and the scenery is mesmerizing, whether it's the valleys of Ladakh or the majestic frozen lakes or the majestic, breathtaking snow-capped mountains. It is not difficult to escape from the fear and fury of nature, the adventures that keep thrilling you all around, whether it is a cold winter or a beautiful summer that touches -20 degrees, while trekking is more enjoyable than a dangerous adventure.

It takes courage, strength and perseverance to visit Leh and Ladakh in the face of the most severe weather and devastating slopes and valleys, enduring, enduring and unforgiving climate. This exotic land is full of the most mysterious and promising adventures at every step, whether you have a frozen winter covered in snow or a melting snow in summer.

Some of the world’s sheet trekkers enjoy adventure trek while others enjoy trekking on the mighty Zanskar River. So, the best time for you is the one that interests you the most, and accordingly you can decide the time of year that suits you best. Let's explore the various options available to you to visit and visit the unique experience of Ladakh.

So, what is your choice about visiting Ladakh, whether winter attracts you or summer? You may be wondering what to choose and when to visit Leh and Ladakh. There is the charm and charm of getting wet in every weather and month and witnessing the beauty of nature, which you will not find anywhere else. Let's discuss the benefits of visiting Ladakh in different months according to the duration.

Visit from April to mid-May

With the onset of April, the tourist season in Ladakh begins, when the place becomes agile and active. Restaurants, hotels, motels and guesthouses are set up and ready to receive incoming tourists, adventurers, trekkers and vacationers.

This is the time when Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri Lake are ready to welcome everyone. By the time it arrives in the second week of May, the Srinagar-Leh Highway opens the way for tourists to tour Ladakh.

With the lakes melting, the time to visit Ladakh begins by the end of April. Nature evokes wonderful sights, enchanting sights and enlivens the place with cool breezes blowing around to entice tourists and enchant with its scenic beauty.

Hotels and guesthouses offer the best discounts during this period as they try to attract maximum tourists with the start of the season and offer them their best services. Thus, this is the best time to stay there, although Khardung La and Chang La are still covered with snow.

Mid - May to July

By this time the Srinagar-Leh highway will be open and the first few who reach there will be able to get there easily. However, many do not consider this time to be a good time to be present as other highways are yet to be opened. The road to Manali opens with the Rohtang Pass somewhere in early June.

The first 7-10 days are recommended for caution or on the road as there is a possibility of obstruction due to changing weather conditions. But, visiting Ladakh before the monsoon, when it is in the best condition, it is worthwhile to face the obstacles and barriers to get a glimpse of nature.

Near Rohtang you can find trails surrounded by high walls of snow which give you incredible views of the snow spread for fun and excitement all around. But, there is a part of caution here as the roads and paths have become wet with flowing water and it becomes difficult to cross it.

August to mid-September

With the monsoon in full swing, the rivers flow at their full potential with plenty of water, fresh energy and new life in their youth. As landslides occur frequently during monsoons, traveling becomes dangerous and dangerous to avoid.

At this time it is advisable to stay in the rain shadow area to enjoy the weather and scenic views of Ladakh such as the region from Srinagar to Leh beyond the Zoz La Pass. The area from Baralacha Pass to Leh is also considered as a rain shadow area as it does not receive much rainfall.

However, traveling during the monsoon is not recommended unless it is difficult for anyone to visit Ladakh during this monsoon month.

Mid-September to mid-October

The whole place is painted with beautiful and beautiful colors so that the tourists can be mesmerized and attracted to go there. The Srinagar-Leh, as well as Manali-Leh roads is the best as the monsoon is over and the maintenance work is complete.

All the other hurdles and obstacles that would otherwise make it a challenge to visit Ladakh no longer exist, and let the tourists enjoy the peace and beauty in their best way. The rivers are also at their best because the water has receded and the river flows magnificently with its full charm and beauty.

The reservoirs are full of Aqua Blue, and the breeze is refreshing, serene and relaxing to welcome everyone who visits. The weather also becomes drier with the onset of cold, and occasional snowfall adds to the cold.

It is time for the Raid-D Himalayan Rally to begin, which can be a bit of a hassle and a nuisance for a few. But the environment is so mesmerizing and beautiful that it is worth staying here at this time and enjoying the best of Ladakh.

Mid-October to mid-November

Tourists and other visitors are starting to depart from Ladakh as the entire area was engulfed in cold weather and temperatures above 14,000 feet were below zero in many areas. Most hotels, guesthouses, lodges, restaurants and other places are closed by this time. . Locals also leave the area for warmer homes due to the cold winter.

Although highways like Srinagar-Leh and Manali-Leh are still open, there is no wisdom in passing through them. During this period black ice formation begins and covers Ladakh till the end of winter.

Mid - November to March

During this time Ladakh went through the coldest season and was completely cut off from the rest of India by road. Snow falls in Khardung La and Chang Las. Although temperatures are lower than freezing, which makes survival and adaptation difficult, from mid-January to mid-March; entrepreneurs begin to arrive for the famous Chadar Trek and the Zanskar River walk.

The Zanskar River, which is now completely frozen, becomes the next attraction for visitors during this time. The temperature continues to drop and with each passing day the cold intensifies and all the lakes in Ladakh freeze completely, making it comfortable to walk on them.

Despite the harsh weather, Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri still attract visitors for their changing colors from November to mid-January.

Conclusion

Thus, Ladakh is a place that attracts and attracts tourists, visitors and adventurers throughout the year in addition to its harsh climate and unpredictable weather. However, it is safe to visit Ladakh during summer or even during cold winters, although monsoons are dangerous and dangerous to avoid.

Ajay Modi Travels with its special Leh Ladakh packages suits all budgets, families, groups, ages and holidays for a limited period. Take advantage now!

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