The Best Time To Visit Ladakh & How To Get A Budget Hotel ?

Posted by Admin on January, 01, 2020

Visiting Leh-Ladakh is the cherished dream of most of the travelers not only in India but all over the world. The eye-catching views of the deserted and vast expanse of valleys and hills are sure to make an unforgettable experience on your mind. The thrilling experience comes along with the harsh climate of Ladakh and this makes the kind adventurous feeling of all.

Now the question is when to visit Leh-Ladakh? And, the next probable question is where to stay. These two questions are the most commonly asked by every tourist who is planning a budget trip to Ladakh.

Some people suggest visiting Ladakh in the summer as the weather remains pleasant and exciting. The snow on the mountain peaks is melted and the buzzing colorful Hemis Festival takes place. While on the other hand, some other people suggest for visiting during winter as the crowd remains less and the snow-laded views become mind-blowing. In fact, trekkers would love to pick this season for traveling into Leh-Ladakh as Chadar-Trek starts this time. Zanskar River gets frozen this time and walking and skiing through it, is another attraction for the tourists.

The below discussion can help you to choose your desired time to visit Ladakh in planning the trip accordingly.

April – May: April month starts the tourist season and Ladakh begins its preparation to welcome the tourists. You may find budget accommodations among the numerous guest houses and hotels or at the camps of Tso Moriri Lake and Pangong Tso. In the middle of May, the Srinagar-Leh highway becomes open to acquire a spell of tourism energy. And, to encourage more tourist stay, hotel rooms and guest houses are available on heavy discounted prices. But during this time, Chang La and Khardung La still remain snow-covered.

May- July: During the end of May, you will be left with only with Srinagar-Leh highway so, maybe this is just not the right time to plan your visit to Ladakh. At the beginning of June, Rohtang Pass is open along with Manali Road. Just before the monsoons, the weather remains really cool and you can experience truly amazing weather.

August – September: the monsoon is in the full swing this time. Flowing rivers are on the way. Travelling can be risky this time due to uncertain landslides.

September – October – If you really want to experience picturesque Ladakh, this is the best time to visit Ladakh. Manali-Leh and Srinagar-Leh Roads are flooded with wonderful colors. Raid-De Hiamlayas Rally can be a slightly disturbing this time for the tourists.

October –November: By this time Leh-Ladakh is completely cold and above 14this time Leh-Ladakh is completely cold and above 14,000 ft everything remains under zero degree temperature. It’s hard for the survival of the tourists.

November – March: November is the coldest season here and Leh-Ladakh is left with no roads connected with the other parts of India. From the middle of January to the middle of March, adventurous tourists come to attend Chadar Trek.

Considering the right time to travel is important!

Hence, May to October remains the peak season for the tourists to visit Leh-Ladakh. During this period of time, hotel and guest house charges may remain slightly higher. The months of April, May, August, and September are considered as off-season to the travelers. And, thus, ‘The Land of High Passes’ remains less crowded which can be advantageous for a budget stay here.

If you really want the best budget hotel in Ladakh, you can book it online or grab on the spot deals offered by the hotels and guest houses in Leh-Ladakh. This is healthy for your budget stay as well as will help you in avoiding booking cancellations due to sudden health problems, roadblocks, landslides, etc.



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