Leh to Hanle: How to Plan a Road Trip - 2022
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Leh to Hanle

Hanle is an undiscovered, hidden marvel of Ladakh and taking a trip from Leh to Hanle is the best way to explore the beauty lying around it. There are not a lot of facilities available in both the regions such as medical assistance, food joints or petrol pumps so you must pack your bags accordingly.

When planning a trip from Leh to Hanle,
various essential information should be considered, ranging from right time to take the route to the accommodation facilities on the way. While numerous stay options are available in Leh and Hanle, finding the same on the way can be difficult. 

You will get the chance to explore beautiful places such as Karu, Chumathang, Mahe, Nyoma and many more as you travel from Leh to Hanle. Please note that there are limited network providers in the area so one must look for accommodation with landline facilities. Although there are some limitations of the area, overall Hanle is a unique and mesmerizing place to visit. Planning a Leh to Hanle itinerary comes with many doubts, hence having a proper guide offering the required information is a must.
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Routes of Leh To Hanle

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Leh to Hanle via Pangong Tso

There is a direct route to reach Hanle via Pangong Tso or Tso Moriri roads. The distance between Pangong Tso and Hanle is around 176 kilometers. This route is usually chosen to reach Hanle,

while exiting Ladakh as Tso Moriri lies towards Manali.You can visit Tso Moriri or Hanle without coming back to Leh via this route. Both Tso Moriri and Hanle are located at a higher altitude than Pangong Tso so you can stay near Pangong Tso before your expedition begins. You can definitely spend the night at Hanle or Tso Moriri as there are many homestays there.

However, it depends on the approval status of permits for this route in Chusul. Foreigners are not permitted to go beyond Man-Merak Village as no permits are issued before entering this village.It will take you around 6 to 7 hours to reach Hanle via this route due to partial rocky terrain. You will also get the opportunity to explore Merak, Kastet, Chusul, Loma and Tsaga Village on your way to Hanle via this route.

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Leh to Hanle via Chumathang

This is generally the most preferred route taken to reach the beautiful city of Hanle in Ladakh. You can reach in 4 to 5 hours depending upon the frequency of breaks you take via Chumathang road. The distance between the two pit stops is around 114 kilometers. You can cover the scenic places of Mahe, Nyoma and Loma before reaching Hanle via this route. Some of the popular monasteries such as Shey, Hemis and Thiksey also lie en route.

This route has the best road conditions as compared to other routes making it the most popular one. If you are looking for a relaxed vacation then you can spend a night or two in Nubra valley and then head to Hanle. Please make sure to fuel up at any petrol pump you get mid-way as there is a scarcity of petrol pumps in the region.

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Essential Info about Ladakh in Hanle

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Leh to Hanle Distance

 The distance between Leh to Hanle is around 275 kilometers. You can cover the distance in around 9 to 10 hours depending upon the number of pit stops you make in the journey.

There are several beautiful tourist attractions that lie in the middle of the two spots like Upshi, Kumdok, Kere, Chumathang, Nyoma, Loma and Mahe among others. 

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Best time for Leh to Hanle

The ideal time to travel from Hanle to Leh is between the months of May to September as the weather conditions are really harsh during the rest of the year.

The weather is pleasant during this period of time and you can see a lot of tourists in the area.

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Things to Carry

 Since Hanle is located at a high altitude, there is a scarcity of resources available in the region. Make sure that you carry the following with you for a comfortable trip:

  • Jackets and warm clothing

  • Sunscreen lotion

  • Sunglasses

  • Gloves

  • Government Identity card - Aadhar, Passport, Voter ID

  • Copy of Flight tickets

  • Medical Insurance copy

  • Hotel reservation slips

  • Inner Line Permit (if needed)

  • Toiletries such as toothbrush, comb, facewash, towel, toilet paper

  • Eatables such as dry fruits, snacks, glucose biscuits

  • Water Bottles

  • Basic medication for fever, cough, cold, headache, nausea and diarrhea 

  • Energy drinks

  • Electronics such as camera, chargers

  • Power banks

  • Surplus cash

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Weather and Temperature

Hanle is located at an elevation of 4300 meters above sea level so the temperature is cold throughout the year. It even drops to minus 20 degrees in the winters.

The coldest month to visit Hanle is January when you will observe lowest temperatures, harsh winds and decreased oxygen levels. So it is highly recommended to visit this place during the months of June to September as the weather is really pleasant and there is limited rainfall.

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Silver Fern Accommodation & Spa Rotorua

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Rotorua is a fantastic location to opt for when you are travelling through the Central North Island of New Zealand. Its proximity to places to visit in New Zealand for honeymoon makes it an ideal destination. Bay of Plenty, Hamilton, Waitomo and Lake Taupo are at considerably manageable distances from Rotorua by car. When in Rotorua, choose to stay in a hotel that gives you more than what you expect. Silver Fern Accommodation & Spa is just the answer to all your wishes. Centrally located, this hotel makes sure your stay includes the perfect balance of fun and relaxation.

Amenities: Choose from the range of suites offered as per your budget. Honeymoon suites with balconies. The rooms are spacious and well equipped decorated with urban furnishings and stylish interiors. Most rooms have private spa pools or double spa bath

Distance from the airport: 8 km from the regional airport of Rotorua.

Address: 326 Fenton St, Glenholme, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand
Price: $96-$110

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Medical Facilities

There is a local pharmacy in Hanle village where you can get basic first aid facilities and oxygen refills at the General Hospital in Leh.

 It is always advisable that you carry your own oxygen cylinder from Leh since Hanle is located at a higher altitude and oxygen levels are very low here. There is another local pharmacy in Rhongo village but do not expect any major medical assistance.

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Food Joints

Since Hanle is a remote place you will mostly be eating in guesthouses or homestays in which you will be staying.There are next to no food joints or restaurants in the village. You should always carry a water bottle along with you and refill it wherever you find a source for drinking water. If you are planning an all-day expedition you must definitely pack some food for the journey.

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Phone Signals

There is only one network provider in the entire Hanle region, BSNL. At times you can observe some phone connectivity in the area but it is not really reliable.However, Hanle is such a mesmerizing place that you will forget to look at your phone so limited network services won't be a major concern. There is one public satellite phone which you can use, installed in Khaldo village in a homestay.


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Petrol Pumps

The nearest petrol pump in the Hanle region is 240 kilometers away at Karu. It comes on the way from Leh to Chumathang or Mahe Bridge.It is advisable to fuel up at this petrol pump before driving up to Hanle. It is also recommended to carry your own petrol as well as there are limited resources here.

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ATMs Nearby

There are not many ATMS near Hanle and surrounding cities so it is always advisable to carry sufficient cash throughout the journey. The only place where you find an ATM is in Ladakh so you can withdraw cash from there.

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Itinerary of Leh to Hanle

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Day 1 | Leh – Upshi – Chumathang – Nyoma – Loma – Hanle

On your first day of the Leh to Hanle trip you must reach Hanle from Leh and explore the  regions of Upshi, Chumathang, Nyoma and Loma en route , ideal for photography lovers. You can cover stunning landscapes of these regions in your journey.The Leh to Hanle distance is about 235 kilometers and is covered over a duration of 9 to 10 hours. Then enjoy an overnight stay in Hanle.

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Day 2 | Hanle

Once you have reached Hanle, you can kickstart your trip by visiting the Hanle Monastery and Observatory. You can also spend some quality time with your loved ones by taking leisure walks in the pasture lands of Hanle. Post that, you must definitely visit Kyon Tso Twin Lake and catch the mesmerizing views.

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Day 3 | Hanle – Tso Moriri via Mahe OR Chumur (if permits allowed)

Visitors are required to obtain a permit to enter the Tso Moriri or Chumur region of Hanle. If you are granted a permit then you must definitely visit the Korzok Monastery which is one of its kind. Post that, you can camp in Tso Moriri and gaze at sparkling stars with your loved ones.

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Day 4 | Tso Moriri – Tso Kar – Debring – Taglang La – Rumste – Upshi – Karu – Leh

On the fourth day of your trip, you can cover Tso Kar Lake and Tagland Lake in the middle of Manali to Leh highway. Then you can spend the night in beautiful accomodations available in Leh.

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Places to visit in Hanle

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Hanle Monastery

Belonging to the 17th century, Hanle Monastery is a gompa of the Drukpa Lineage of the Kagyu school. It is a homage to Tibetan Buddhism residing in the Hanle Valley, Ladakh. It resides on an old branch in the Ladakh-Tibet trade route. The monastery also houses around 10 monks and several monks visit regularly to offer prayers.

Hanle Monastery is one of the largest and best monasteries of Ladakh and was built by Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyal. It is also one of the most popular landmarks of Hanle, Leh.

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Indian Astronomical Observatory

It is the highest observatory in the world which is located at a staggering height of 4500 meters, and offers a panoramic view of the entire town.

It is operated by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore. Indian Astronomical Observatory is also the world's tenth-highest optical observatory in the world with a telescope of 2.01 meters diameter called the Himalayan Chandra Telescope. It also houses a plethora of infrared, optical and gamma-ray telescopes for research and observation.

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Photi La

One of the highest mountain passes of India, built at an elevation of 18,124 feet above sea level. Photi La is located in the south-eastern region of Ladakh and witnesses several travelers passing by on a regular basis. This 30 kilometers long road starts in the Hanle village and is quite dusty.

You will find some of the most breathtaking views and scenery while commuting from this road. You must definitely gear up before planning to ride here as the oxygen levels are very steep due to high altitude. If you plan to travel these rocky terrains you must avoid driving on the unpaved mountain roads as there is a chance of slipping.

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Umling La

Umling La Pass in Eastern Ladakh is now the world’s highest motorable pass surpassing the Khardung La Pass in India. it is located at an altitude of 19,300 feet above sea level making it the highest in the world. The road is spread over an area of 52 kilometers with a mix of rocky terrains and smooth regions. It connects the important regions and towns of Eastern Ladakh and acts as an alternative between the Chisumle and Demchok route.

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People Also Ask About Ladakh

  1. What is Hanle famous for?

    Hanle is a large historic village located in the union territory of Ladakh. It is most famous for the Hanle Observatory or Indian Astronomical Observatory which is the world's third highest optical telescope.

    This observatory is home to numerous infrared, optical and gamma-ray telescopes.

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  2. How to Reach Hanle?

    • Leh to Hanle - Once you have arrived in Leh, this one is the most common and most preferred route to reach Hanle. You can reach Hanle from Leh in about 9 to 10 hours depending upon the number of breaks you take in the journey. The journey is around 275 kilometers in length. If you wish to make the trip more relaxing you can make it a three-days trip to Hanle via Leh and you can stand a couple of nights in Nubra Valley. 

    • Pangong Tso Lake to Hanle - There is a direct route from Pangong Tso Lake to Hanle which is 176 kilometers long.

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  3. Is Hanle worth visiting?

    Hanle is definitely worth a visit as it is an undiscovered gem of Ladakh. This place is so scenic that you will feel like you have come to another world. It is located at an altitude of 4300 meters above sea level so you will find gorgeous views of the Himalayan mountain regions.

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  4. How is the road from Leh to Hanle?

    The road leading up to Hanle from Leh is beautiful and mostly preferred. You can find a few rocky bumps in the middle but overall you will have a fantastic journey.

    Since it is a popular way of going to Hanle, you will find many car repair shops and food stalls on your way.

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  5. Can we stay at Hanle?

    Yes, Absolutely! You can find a variety of accommodation options in Hanle. Most of them are located near the observatory so you can visit it anytime you want.

    There are some homestays at the start of the village such as Sonam Guest House and Padmadeskit Homestay.

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