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Ladakh in January

If there is a paradise anywhere in the universe, it would resemble Leh Ladakh! Leh Ladakh in January is heavenly with its high-altitude mountain peaks, lush green valleys, winding roads, and exuberant culture and history; it is a destination that tourists flock to when they need some space from the hustle and bustle of daily city life.

However, let us not mistake Leh just for its natural beauty, because it is more adventurous than you fathom. Consisting of some of the most treacherous roads at the high-altitudes, and some of the riskiest treks that aren’t for the weak amongst us, Leh in January will test your fears.

Despite Ladakh being one of the most common road trip destinations, it never gets tiring nor does it cease to be thrilling. As the cold winds breeze past you, a chill runs over your body, as you tuck yourself a little more to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the mystic Ladakh in January. This is a trip that deserves to be on top of your wish list.

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HOW TO REACH LADAKH IN JANUARY?

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Manali to Leh Highway in January

The Manali to Leh Highway is one of the most recommended by-road routes to reach Ladakh. Its criss-cross terrain, the spotless beauty of nature as you ride past its high-altitude mountains, its valleys, is an experience that will live with you forever. Covering a distance of approximately 473 kms,

 the best time to plan the ride is between June and September. During winters the road remains closed due to heavy snow. The drive is exciting as the highway is considered to be the most challenging of all, making it highly adventurous for travellers. However, the Leh weather in January is such that the highway will be covered at least up to 50 ft in snow. 

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Srinagar Leh Highway in January

The 434 Km Srinagar Leh Highway is renowned for being the only connecting point between Jammu and Kashmir and Leh Ladakh. The highway has the reputation of being the easiest to take on a Leh Ladakh trip in January. The highlight of the drive is invariably the Zoji La pass, and the breathtaking scenic view of snow-clad peaks touching the bright blue skies at Zoji La, as if they are whispering something to each other is an unforgettable feeling. This road remains open for most parts of the year,

although heavy snowfall at Zoji La pass is common and remains blocked much of the start of the year. However, Leh Ladakh in January by road might not be the best through this route.

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Leh Ladhak trip in January by flight

The flights to Leh from major Indian cities have been open since January. Tourists who aren’t road-trip enthusiasts can book a flight a couple of months in advance to the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh and commence their trip to explore the destination.

However, be wary of a couple of cancellations due to the weather conditions. Nevertheless, a flight is the best for a Leh Ladakh trip in January.

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ESSENTIAL INFO ABOUT LADAKH IN JANUARY

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Weather & temperature in Leh Ladakh in January

Leh in January gets icy, touching -15 degrees C and sometimes plunging to -30 degrees C. This gives rise to heavy snowfall which in turn blocks highways making it difficult for tourists to enter the destination.

Considering Leh temperature in January there are some essentials that if forgotten can make your life a bit unpleasant. Firstly and quite obviously, let's save you from the rough hands of winter by carrying woollen winter clothing. 

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Things to carry in Leh Ladakh in January

Climate fluctuations are pretty normal at Leh Ladakh in January. So, you must carry a few woollen jackets, gloves, mufflers, a couple of thick woollen socks, monkey caps, and a couple of extra t-shirts and trousers that can give you a few layers of clothing. When it comes to t-shirts, carry only full-sleeve t-shirts to save yourself from the cold as well as the sunburn, which brings us to yet another essential being cold cream.

For bikers, a heavy windproof jacket is also a must-have for Ladakh in January. It is also advisable to carry sports shoes or riding boots as well as regular rubber sandals to protect your feet while you tour the destination. Sports shoes would help you as you trek and sandals would be your best friend when it comes to crossing streams. Carry your sunglasses as the winter sun can be harsh for your eyes. To save your lips from getting chapped, do carry a lip balm as well.

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Travel Tips for Leh Ladakh in January

Ladakh in January requires a fair bit of courage, precisely because the January winter can be extremely harsh. So if you are someone who loves cold weather and can enjoy yourself without getting frozen, then get set for your Leh Ladakh trip in January. Because the adventure is only going to get better!

Flying to Leh in January is a better option as the roads can be clogged in snow causing hindrance to your trip. However, make sure you are booking your flights in advance to avoid any kind of cancellation or delay. Due to the harsh temperature of Leh Ladakh in January, some regions might lower your oxygen levels indicating cautiousness and the need for necessary precautions to stay put through the tour.

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Snow in Ladakh in January

Yes, visiting Ladakh in January is safe. However, the snow is fierce at Leh Ladakh in January especially at high-altitude ranges often blocking the routes. It is also important to plan the trip well. Secure an itinerary with places to visit in Leh Ladakh in January,

so you aren’t surprised if any of the attractions are closed during winter. Don’t forget to do your homework well before you set off! To travel in and around Leh, cabs would be available. But be warned that it might be expensive due to the conditions.

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Mobile Connectivity in Ladakh in January

In terms of mobile connectivity at Leh, the trusted network is BSNL which can be relied on in remote areas as well. However, Airtel and Jio are also suggested to work in some prominent spots at Leh. Meanwhile, be warned that there are only postpaid phones in Ladakh,

 so if you are carrying a prepaid connection, do not forget to change it before you set off on your adventure. Concerning data connectivity, 3G is the most you can get.

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Inner Line Permit for Ladakh

Leh being a politically sensitive location due to the virtue of being close to international borders, you must secure an Inner line permit (ILP) from the Magistrate. ILP is an official travel document that is issued by the Indian authorities and is valid for 3 weeks for Indian citizens and 15 days if you are a foreign national.

This will permit you to enter and tour even the restricted areas in Leh, and it will only take a day to secure the permit.

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PLACES TO SEE AND THINGS TO DO IN LADAKH IN JANUARY

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Nubra Valley

Nubra is derived from its Tibetan namesake “Dumra'' meaning “valley of flowers’. As magical as the name feels, Nubra is known for its scenic vistas, monasteries that exude tranquillity, orchids that add colour and life to the valley.

It is immersed in greenery in the summer with its mighty mountains that will urge you to hold your breath. To reach the valley, you have to pass the highest motorable pass in the world, Khardung La. When you visit the valley, make it a point to stay with the locals to soak in the culture.

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Chadar Trek

The journey to Leh in January is never complete without the Chadar trek .The trek over the Zanskar river where the water has frozen to a stable state will leave you in wonderment. The trekkers can choose to camp along the way inside its little ice caves on their way to the top.

 Chadar must be explored in January and the fierce nature of the trek will bring you to a saturation point of fear. Chadar is one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh in January.

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Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake is love at first sight! As the lake freezes during January, it is a moment of magic. Clear blue skies kissing the snow capped mountains only add to the already stunning picture. The lake also changes colours which makes it one of the most popular attractions of Ladakh in January.

The Chang La Pass on the way to the lake might be a challenging journey, especially in the winters. While tourists aren’t allowed to camp during winters, there are villages nearby which makes for a good stay.

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Tso Moriri

Tso Moriri Lake, also known as the Mountain Lake, akin to Pangong Lake freezes in January. However, it is considered to be the largest high-altitude lake in India with a large part of it secured under Wetland Conservation Reserve. Favourite among campers,

 they often set up their tents around the lake. Surrounded by snow-clad peaks, azure water, and a variety of migratory birds flying over it, the lake is a feast for your eyes.

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Tso Kar

While Tso Kar is the smallest of the high-altitude lakes, do not undermine it, for you will be fascinated at its scenic beauty elevated by the lofty mountains, rich wildlife, and vegetation.

It is also home to snow leopards. Apart from sitting back and enjoying the sheer beauty of the lake, it is also famous among bird watchers who spot a variety of migratory birds. Tso Kar however is ideally not recommended for a visit to Ladakh in January.

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Leh Palace

Built in the 17th century by King Namgyal, the Leh Palace is replete with history. It is an essential part of Leh’s heritage and boasts of Tibetan architecture. The long corridors, spacious rooms with large walls, wooden balconies that treat us with a stunning view of Namgyal Hill,

 the valley of Leh, and the stunning murals will leave us enamoured at the royalty and magnificence of the palace. Over the years, it has also been considered a critical part of the Buddhist religion.

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Shanti Stupa

Shanti means peace! And rightly as the name suggests, the stupa was built to encourage and promote peace and prosperity among people. It was inspired by Buddhism and its tenets and is one of the most popular attractions of Leh. Situated atop a mountain,

the place is fantastic for nature lovers who wish to enjoy the magic of the sunrise and sunset. The ideal time to visit the Shanti Stupa is during the summer when it’s warm and ideal for meditation.

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Local food in Leh

Leh is replete with restaurants and street food that take us to a food paradise with its scenic restaurants overlooking the Himalayas. Tibetan food especially is primal to the culture of Leh and tourists flock in here to savour some of the most popular Tibetan dishes. One among them is undoubtedly,

the momo, a dumpling filled with vegetables or meat. Yet another is Thukpa, which happens to be the staple food at Leh. Some of the other dishes you mustn’t miss are Skyu, Tingmo, Chhutagi, and Chhang. If you wish to warm yourself in the cold of Leh in January, take a sip of the butter tea as you envy the fascinating Leh!

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Hemis Monastery

One of the richest monasteries in Leh, Hemis is simply a marvel! Located 45 Km away from the main city of Leh Ladakh, this might be the most serene place you will come across in your life. The monastery is significantly popular for the 2-day Hemis festival which has a ritual of spreading out a massive thangka which is a religious painting, in front of a large crowd.

There is also a museum inside the monastery which equips you with the history and legends of the place.

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Thiksey Monastery

Thiksey is the largest gompa, located in central Ladakh. It was built in the 15th century and is perched over a hilltop to the north of the Indus River. One of the most prominent attractions at the monastery is the Maitreya temple which consists of a life-size statue of Maitreya Buddha which covers almost two levels of the building.

However, people flock to Thiksey to attend the annual Gustor festival which takes place in October or November. The trade fair at the festival is the most popular among tourists.

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Shopping

Shop, so you can relive the trip and walk down memory lane long after the trip is done!

Handicrafts at Leh are one of the favourites among shoppers. Beautiful and rustic Buddha statues, trinkets, prayer bells, thangka paintings are some of the things you can spend on. However, you cannot leave Leh without a beautiful Pashmina shawl made of original wool, worn by the local folks.

Rugs and carpet weaving are an important vocation among the locals and are considered to be the best in Leh. Some of the prominent shopping spots are Leh Main Bazaar, Tibetan Market, Zanskar Arts, Dalai Lama Charitable Trust Handicraft Emporium, etc.

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The Hall of Fame

The Hall of Fame is nothing but pride! It walks us down the memory lane of valiant Indian soldiers who defended us by sacrificing their lives in Indo-Pak wars. It is constructed by the Indian army and is located at the Leh-Kargil road.

The OP Vijay Gallery takes us through some of the weapons and equipment used during the war and elaborates the gory details of the war. Outside is a museum where you can shop for souvenirs.

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Diskit Gompa

Diskit is a monastery built in the 14th century and has a reputation of being the oldest and the largest monasteries in Nubra valley. Tourists visit the gompa to see the tall statue of Maitreya Buddha, the river below the monastery, and to see the scenic brilliance of the Nubra valley from atop the Gompa.

One of the renowned festivals at the monastery is called Dosmoche which translates to “the festival of the scapegoat” takes place in January. If Diskit is in your itinerary, your trip to Leh Ladakh in January is complete.

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ROUTES CONDITIONS

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Leh to Pangong route in January

The Leh to Pangong route is well connected by road and passes through the Paagal Naala and the famous Chang La pass. The entire route is about 223 km. Due to the weather in January, the trip that can be completed in 5 hours may take 2 to 3 hours extra because of thick snow.

One of the main challenges of this route in January was to get past the Chang La Pass.

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Leh to Nubra Valley in January

Buried in snow, the Leh to Nubra Valley route is treacherous upon reaching the Khardung La Pass. The route is about 160 km and can be covered in 5 hours, however there may be a delay by a couple of hours due to harsh weather conditions in January.

However, the Khardung La is one of the highest motorable roads making the journey a rather thrilling one. Be warned that you will have to depend on private vehicles as the bus services may be disconnected across this route in January.

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Leh to Tso Moriri in January

Leh to the amazing Tso Moriri is about 220 km and requires about 5 to 6 hours of drive. Tourists can rely on local transport as well. There are, however, a variety of routes you can take to reach the lake ranging from directly travelling from Leh to Moriri, or via Pangong Lake,

or via Tso Kar whichever is more convenient after considering the weather. The first route is the shortest, and the second is ideal because it crosses the Tanglang La and the amazing Tso Kar. The third is a rather long route which is seldom recommended.

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Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake direct route

Nubra to Pangong is a prominent route taken by travellers to save some time and space in their travel log. Ideally, the route is divided into two, one that passes through the Agham-Shyok village, and the other is the Agham-Wari La route. The former is shorter however sometimes the road might be blocked due to the overflow of the river with water submerging the roads.

 The latter is generally closed during winter however the route significantly covers two of the popular high-altitude passes Wari La and Chang La and is not a rough one.

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Pangong Tso to Tso Moriri direct route

The route is replete with attractions and therefore for tourists on a quick trip to Leh, this route moves along the Tsanga La Pass, Loma-Nyoma, and the Mahe Bridge.

These are historical sites where the Indian army battled Chinese forces, and it is around 365 Km and takes up to 9 hours. However, be warned that although the route is popular, the drive is rough as most of the routes won't even have a road.

People Also Ask About Ladakh

  1. How to plan a trip to Ladakh in January?

    If your mind is set to travel to Leh Ladakh in January, then it would be sensible to check out some of the best packages that Thrillophilia is equipped with, for tourists.

    The 6-to-7-day package will cover everything from adventure activities, must-visit destinations inside Leh, local food, and shopping in a perfect blend without having to worry about the hassle of accommodation, travel, and the fear of missing out on covering the major attractions.

    Also Checkout: Ladakh Weather Guide

  2. Why visit Ladakh in January?

    If you love the snow, there is no better time than January to witness the timeless beauty of the snow-capped Himalayas that make up most of Leh. January is also a month when Leh is comparatively away from the bustle of a large number of tourists, so if some peace and tranquillity is your wish, Leh in January is ideal. Lastly,

    you cannot miss out on all the adventures the place will indulge you in January, including rough roads because of snow, and activities like snow gliding and trekking.

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  3. How to reach Leh Ladakh in January?

    By Road: To reach Ladakh in January, take the Manali to Leh highway and the Srinagar Leh highway which will nevertheless give you a fascinating and unforgettable road trip experience, and which is a much more adventurous option. 

    By Air:
    The  most comfortable is to book a flight and reach Leh without having to face the snowstorm on the way.

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  4. Can we go to Pangong lake in January?

    Pangong Lake is mystic in January as it freezes during the month and stays so until February.

    One of the reasons tourists visit Pangong is to see the stunning beauty of the turquoise blue, frozen lake. However, be wary of the rugged and challenging road leading to Pangong, specifically the Chang La Pass.

    Also Read: 
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  5. Is January a good time to visit Leh?

    For tourists who enjoy the freezing weather and the quiet and calmness of a place, Leh Ladakh is for you.

    The temperature might even come down to a point where heavy snowfall is common. However, most of the tourists flock here, during the summer when it is warmer and the roads are hassle-free.

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"the experience was awesome. The whole thing organized by Thrillophilia was great. Our tour operator Jigmet sir and the whole crew were 1 no. SHAMAAASS. Julley.
11 July 2019
Excellent
We went for Manali to srinagar Bike tour. It was the best bike trip of my entire life It all started with the person named Shubham from thrillophilia who helped me in selecting the best trip and processed with my booking, all thanks to him! Without him I wouldn’t have been able to experience the best trip of my life. On arrival there, we met our tour guide Tani and our Mechanic Shashi about whom I have read a lot at thrillophilia reviews. These 2 guys were so supportive during the entire tour that no matter what happened they were always there to look after us. They always made sure we are safe and we are following them and there is no overtaking taking place. Tani, the tour guide, one chilled out person he is! Make sure you get him as your tour guide and Shashi as the mechanic as these guys will always make sure that they are there for you no matter what. And in the end, it’s all the Main man behind everything, Jimmy Sir. Thanks a lot Sir for making me experience the best trip of my life! Without you and your team this wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks for helping us out in every way possible. The roads here are difficult terrain to ride on. You gotta be careful. You gotta carry your gum boots during water logging which is the most difficult to cross. But these guys made sure that we were all safe and had sound health till we reached home. Not even a single person was hurt. Our group was a mixture of all age groups, I’m fact we even got to meet 2 people From the Indian navy as well. One mad kickass experience! Unbelievable. Reaching the worlds highest Pass, Khardungla Top, was the highest achievement of my life till date which happened on this trip! And if at all you wish to go, don’t forget to ask Tani and Shashi as your tour guide and mechanic, and go only through Jimmy Sir as he has the best team! Thanks a lot to everyone out there for which I thought the best way would be to write at thrillophilia reviews.
We had a wonderful experience with Thrillophilia Out tour was Leh-Ladakh 6N7D, which includes Leh Sightseen, Nubra Valley Overnight Stay, Pangong Overnight Night. 1. First of all you should know that Thrillophilia doesn't have its own Travel Team. Thrillophilia actually linked up with several local Travel Agency. Once your Tour is booked Thrillophilia tagged one local Travel Agency for your Tour and that particular travel agency will take care of your entire tour. Our travel manager is Lobzang Tseldon. She is very helpful and you will not face any problem in your entire tour. 1. Hotel provided in Leh: Ladakh Heights. The hotel was very good,neat and clean.It is a new hotel so you don't found any pics in the internet. But lobzang will send you the pics of the Hotel. There is a canteen within the hotel where you will be having complimentary breakfast and dinner. Non Vegetarian please let Lobzang know that you want non-veg items as well.they generally prepare veg items only.but on request they will provide you omlette in breakfast and chicken/mutton in dinner. So if anyone wants to book Thrillophilia please ask Thrillophilia to tag you to the travel agency that offers non veg items too. The Hotel Ladakh Heights is a bit far from the main city but don't worry Lobzang will provide you car for visit to Leh market whenever required and she will not charge you for that. You will get a beautiful view from this hotel but if you want to stay near the main city you will not get any view from the hotel. 2. The stay at Nubra Valley was awesome. They have Royal Camp in Nubhra and it's is a nature-friendly camp. You will love it, I can guarantee you. 3. They stay at Pangong was okay. You can understand that at that altitude you will not get luxury.so the camp provided at Pangong was good for 1 night stay. Overall my experience with Thrillophilia was very good. We enjoyed a lot. Thanks a lot to Lobzang Tseldon for the wonderful arrangements of our tour.
"Trip was really awesome. I feel everyone should consider this trip at least once in their lifetime. My eyes were never tired of looking around at such beautiful and scenic views. I would like to extend my special thanks to Tour leader Mr. Jigmet Tandar. He is highly trained professional. The way he lead the tour made us have more fun. Thanks to the whole crew Jigmet, Stanzin, Wangyal, Kaushal, Tundoop. Made a lot of new friends. One suggestion to Thrillophilia team: Since this is not just any casual trip that anyone can go through please consider keeping a screening process for people who opt for it. This is one of the most extreme adventures where your body and mind will go through a lot of challenges, one can successfully complete this trip only if they are determined and well prepared."
03 June 2019
Excellent
An exhilarating life-changing experience. If you are able bodied, a biking lover, a landscape / scenery admirer and a crazy adventure seeker, this is a must try for life. Our group of bikers were fun-loving yet very responsible riders. We became friends on the very first day and all of us enjoyed every moment, giving mutual respect at every instance, having each other's backs at every dangerous turn. Even elderly couples in the group made amazing memories with all the young folks! The Ladakhi food, the heritage site visits, the campfire dancing, the photos, the market shopping, the music, the hikes, the snow, even the adorable mountain dogs, furry yaks and double-hump camels, every-bit was amazing. The road team was extraordinary, specially Tani (captain) and Shashi (bike repairman). They were very friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable and also helpful at every step. We had a truck carrying our luggage all along, running behind us all through the roads, making sure no one is left behind. Jigmet has a lot of local connections, so you will be well taken care of at camps and hotels (even Jain food, on request).
24 October 2020
Excellent
I had a wonderful trip with Thrillophilia. Hotel provided in Leh was clean and good. All sightseeing places covered as per itinerary. The camping stay at Nubra Valley and near Pangong lake was awesome. We enjoyed a lot and overall experience was great.
The Sham Valley Trek was one of the most enjoyable treks I have undertaken in the last few years, and all the credit goes to Thrillophilia. The booking experience was extremely smooth and I would highly recommend this company for all your travels in the valley.
17 November 2019
Superb
It was an awesome experience. Completed the tour in July 2019. We had booked for 8 persons on Thrillophilia. The facilities were good, Tani-the tour guide, was superb. Amazing tour, to say the least. I have penned down my entire experience of Ladakh bike tour on my blog. Sharing the link here.
17 November 2019
Excellent
When we made the booking for 6-days trip to Ladakh via Thrillophilia, we had a lot of questions in our mind on how it's going to turn out, especially on whether it's a suitable honeymoon destination even for those who love a bit of adventure. That is primarily because the reviews of Ladakh were a bit scary. Almost all of the people who wrote reviews had a lot of things to warn you about- the extreme climate, sudden decrease in Oxygen levels, deserted/uninhabited places where it's difficult to get some help from anyone in case of any issues and so on. And there were some people who wrote bad reviews about Thrillophilia for some negative experiences they had to endure from the operators. But it was reassuring to see how Thrillophilia answered all the reviews, even the negative ones. They clarified how they assign tour operators based on customer reviews and in case of any negative experiences from the operators, there is not much Thrillophilia can help with apart from not assigning those operators anymore. As we were getting immediate response from Amit on all our queries on a timely basis, we decided to book the package. Cutting to the chase, we were contacted by the operator(Thupstan) the day before our arrival and he ensured that there was a taxi to pick us up on time. The tour guides and the driver of the backup vehicle he assigned for our group were so experienced that all we had to do was to keep riding until they ask us to stop. The halts were all well planned that we didn't have to worry about anything. And they were so approachable in case of any issues. And whenever we rode for a long time, they would come and inspect each bike and fixed any issues immediately. They were always willing to go the extra mile to make us comfortable. Let me quote an instance here - The driver of the backup vehicle had an issue with Blood Oxygen level when we reached Pangong. We had enough stock of Oxygen cylinders in the backup vehicle. But he didn't consider using it and hence took one of the bikes and rode to where he could find a pharmacy to get an Oxygen cylinder for himself. When one of us asked him on why he didn't use one of the cylinders that we had carried, he told us that the cylinders are just for our use and himself or any of the guides won't use that. Such was the concern they had for everyone in the group. In case anyone reading this still has a question regarding whether it's a suitable place for couples, the answer is YES. The accommodation they provide is suitable for couples as well. Even the tents are nice and safe. I could go on like this and I never thought this review is going to be this long when I started writing it. As others have mentioned in the reviews, it's such a beautiful destination and the experience is awesome. If you are thinking of taking a trip to Ladakh, go ahead and embark on this beautiful journey with Thrillophilia. I'm sure that you won't regret it.
"it was a very well organized trip,the hotel was very good,the tent in nubra was lovely and the food was good too..overall a good experience "

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GIP - £
Gibraltar Pound
GMD - D
Gambian Dalasi
GTQ - Q
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
HNL - L
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
HTG - G
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
ILS -
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
KES - KSh
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
KHR -
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
KZT -
Kazakhstani Tenge
LAK -
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
LKR -
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
LSL - L
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
MDL - L
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
MMK - K
Myanmar Kyat
MNT -
Mongolian Tögrög
MOP - P
Macanese Pataca
MUR -
Mauritian Rupee
MVR - MVR
Maldivian Rufiyaa
MWK - MK
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
MYR - RM
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
PGK - K
Papua New Guinean Kina
PHP -
Philippine Peso
PKR -
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
RUB -
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
SCR -
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
SVC -
Salvadoran Colón
SZL - E
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
YER -
Yemeni Rial
ZAR - R
South African Rand