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  1. Nafisa Shaikh on


    I and my husband are planning a trip to leh via srinagar.

    Initially I had thought of
    Srinagar, Kargil, Leh,nubra, pangong, leh, jispa/sarchu, manali and back to mumbai via chandigarh.

    After doing a lot of R&D, I have been suggested to drop the rohtang pass/manali plan as it would become too costly and hectic.

    Please, I need your help/advise on preparing an itenary.

    I can end my trip either at leh or srinagar instead of going to manali.

    I want a reasonable, comfortable, adventorous plan.

    Please do guide me with your valauble inputs.



  2. Hi, I’m a female planning to do a solo to Leh, Ladakh from Delhi. I understand the Leh-Manali road will be closed by then but what are my options to get from Manali to Leh. Can I book a shared taxi in advance or must I try my luck on the day itself? If so, where do I find these taxis or contact them? Or do I have a better chance with the HRTC buses? As I would prefer to do a stop at Keylong.

    Please advise on the feasibility of the above as I do want to experience on-the-road travel. Otherwise would you recommend flying into Leh directly from Delhi.

    Your advice would be very much appreciated.

    • You are alone and private taxis are very costly in Leh but you will be able to find the shared taxi without much fuss at all. There are lots of flyers which people put at cafes, dine-ins, restaurants, travel agent desks/shops/whiteboards wanting to share the taxis for different trips within Ladakh. Even travel agent organize such shared taxis trip as well but charge a little higher about Rs 200-300 more than it would ideally cost. So, in the worst case, you can always go back to them and book a seat for yourself. Gelling up with people in Ladakh is more or less easy because many people travel solo and look forward to meeting new people and share cultural thoughts and values over the trip.

      You can easily try your luck on the day itself or an evening before to get the taxi. For Manali – Leh journey, if budget is not too much of concern, HPTDC Tourist Bus service can also be opted.

      • Hi Dheeraj,

        Thank you for your prompt response! Would these shared taxis and HPTDC Tourist Bus Service be still available in the month of October? And can I opt for night stop at Keylong?

        Really appreciate it!

        • In the month of October, I believe only HRTC buses will be running which stops at Keylong. HPTDC stops at 15th September. Regarding tourist shared taxis in October, well, depends on luck as it is season end and rush of tourists is less. So, be prepared to make trips over local shared taxis too.

  3. Mohit Kumar on

    Hii DoW,
    We are group of 3 friends. We have planned a trip of 7 days to visit leh in second week of August. This is our first visit this place and we want to make most out of this trip. At the same time we want our trip to be full of adventure and a bit relaxing as well.

    Our travel plan is like we are taking flight to and fro to Leh from Chandigarh. We want to hire/rent bike for all local sight seeing in and across Leh (like Leh local sight seeing, Nubra Valley and Pangong lake, etc.)

    Can you please guide to utilize our time in the best possible way.

    Thanks in advance


    • Hey Mohit,

      You can follow the plan like below for 7 days in hand and fly on the 7th day back to Delhi:

      Day 1 | Delhi – Leh (By Flight)
      — Checkin at Hotel. Many hotels provide free pick and drop from Airport. Ask while you book them.
      — Take ample of rest as well as water or anything that keep your body hydrated enough. DO NOT OVER HYDRATE. Take ORS Soluted water or ORS – L tetra packs from home.
      — Do not over exert your body at any cost. Avoid too much up-down on stairs or avoid it in entirety, if possible.
      — After 5-6 Hrs of rest you can visit Leh Palace, Local Leh market, Shankar Gompa .
      — If you feel exerted go back to Hotel, have dinner at Hotel and take rest. Avoid any exertion. Else continue and,
      — Follow the sunset by stroll at Changspa road and have a nice dinner on varied cuisines offered in-around Changspa road.
      — Go back to hotel for overnight stay at Leh.
      Day 2 | Leh Local Sightseeing + Acclimatization
      — Hire a taxi from Leh taxi stand or Hotel whichever suits you.
      — Bargain hard with taxi driver. Book that single taxi for entire trip after explaining the complete plan.
      — Take his inputs if you feel reasonable and if required modify the plan accordingly but should suits you best.
      — Ask him to be with you guys starting first day itself, if required and charged reasonable else do it at your own.
      — Again DO NOT over exert and take little steps and slow walks only.
      — If feeling OK then do Local sightseeing. To know the about the places to visit check the link: Travel Guide for Local Sightseeing of Leh Town in Ladakh
      — Do not use stairs at any of these places just to see them as it will exert your body much more.
      — Overnight at Leh
      Day 3 | Leh – Khardung La – Diskit – Hunder
      — Head for Nubra Valley and stay overnight at Hunder / Diskit
      — On the way enjoy a cup of soup at Highest Motorable Pass (as claimed) Khardung La
      — Diskit has monasteries with tallest lord Buddha statue and Hunder has sand dunes and bacterian camel safari

      Day 4 | Hunder / Diskit – Sumur – Panamik – Sumur – Khardung La – Leh
      — Sumur has a famous monastery to check out and Panamik has hot water springs
      — Overnight at Leh

      Day 5 | Leh – Hemis Monastery – Pangong Tso Lake
      — Cover either of Hemis, Thicksey and Shey on the go towards Pangong Tso
      — Overnight at Pangong Tso (Spangmik or Lukung)

      Day 6 | Pangong Tso Lake – Thicksey Monastery – Shey Palace – Leh
      — Cover either of Hemis, Thicksey and Shey on return to Leh
      — Overnight at Leh

  4. Hi Dheeraj,
    We have booked a cab from Rampur for Spiti and in accordance of your last reply we have reserved 3 days for jispa, bara la chaa la and Suraj Tal, but our cabbie is a bit reluctant to visit those areas on the pretext that we need permits for that.
    We are not sure what to do as our cab driver will not furnish permits for areas beyond Gramphoo, can you confirm about the need of permits and if they are needed how can we furnish them ?
    Thanking in advance. 🙂

    • If you are traveling from Spiti Valley to Keylong, there is no permit required for it. You can get connected directly to some drivers in Himachal or Spiti Valley or Kinnaur Valley at the link: List of Taxi Drivers for Spiti Valley & Kinnaur Valley. These drivers can come and pick you up from Manali / Shimla / Delhi / Chandigarh too, of course with a price of the pickup as well.

      These drivers are more familiar with the routes and road conditions in Spiti and Lahaul.

  5. Hi, we are planning to travel to Manali in July 2nd week. Planning to go to Rohtang pass as well. Would you think this is a good time or will the rains prevent us from visiting a lot of tourist spots?

  6. Arpit Agarwal on

    Dear DoW,

    We, a group of 4 people, are planning a trip to Leh – Ladakh in August. We’ll be travelling by our own XUV 500 4×2. As this is our first visit to Leh, We wish to be a part of a group organised by your company so that we can make most out of the trip. We want our trip to be relaxing as well as adventurous. Duration may vary from 10-15 days. If possible, please include a small snow trek within the itinerary.
    I tried your contact number mentioned here, but it says its out of coverage.
    Please revert back asap.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Arpit Agarwal

    • PLEASE note Devil On Wheels is a Travel Platform to share information with fellow like minded travellers for FREE. We neither organize any tours nor offer any travel packages. There are some people who do sell tours and run commercial things with same or similar names like ours with few spelling changes. Please BEWARE of such copy cats using our name to disguise fellow travelers, as they use our name or similar name to fool people for their own commercial purpose and in the past we have heard tons of complaints about them from the people who got confused in entities and ended up trips with them.

      We at Devil On Wheels Travel Platform offer sufficient information we possibly can from road conditions to routes to maps to hotel details to day by day plans and other advises that one need to make a successful Himalayan trip including Ladakh, Himachal, Uttarakhand or North-East thoroughly. This will save you a lot of money and hassles too which you can use to buy something good for you or to help the ones in need in Himalayas 🙂 🙂

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