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Leh – Ladakh - Jammu & Kashmir, India – Have a perfect bond with your partner

''Impeccable and astounding is how one can describe Leh. Breathtaking landscape is what can attract the honeymoon couples in Leh. The city can rightly be called an oasis in the middle of a desert. Leh is a home to many monasteries and few high altitude lakes.
A honeymoon couple can expect immaculate location, soothing climate (only if visiting in summers) and splendidly built Buddhist monasteries. Along with several hotels, there are many homestays available in Leh, so one can expect comfortable and pleasant stay here. ''

Leh Ladakh as Honeymoon Destination(Romantic Getaway)

Namgyal Tsemo Monastery, Leh Palace, Zoravar Fort, Thiksey Monastery and Shanti Stupa are the places that one can visit in Leh, however there are many monasteries like Alchi, Hemis, Phyang and Stok and lakes like Tso Moriri, Tso Kar and Pangong Tso that should also be visited.

The Leh Palace is the prime attraction of the city and seems, sprouts from this ruined Tibetan styled palace. Central Asia’s best trade centre, Leh has numbering trade opportunities for the motivated and dedicated young traders and achievers. This is a place not to be missed by any enthusiast.

Best time to visit Leh Ladakh

June, July, August, September,

Why Visit Leh Ladakh as Romantic Getaway?

  • General Zorawar’s Fort, a historical monument liked by the visitors who got ample interest in history, ancient cultures and artifacts.
  • Worlds known Buddhist Monastery, Karma Dupgyud Choeling Monastery is run the Karmapa sect of Tibetan Buddhists.
  • Leh, a paradise for trekkers, is attracted by many natural lovers and adventurous tourist. The snow covered Himalayan trekking terrains poses mild to very tough challenges to trekkers.
  • Shanti Stupa, established by a ‘Peace Sect’ of Japanese Buddhists, is situated above Changspa in Leh District of Jammu and Kashmir. It can be easily reachable from Fort road.

Things to consider

It is advisable for tourists to not take children below the age of 5 years, as they may face acclimatization issues.

Plastic is banned in Leh and Ladakh, so instead use biodegradable bags. Take permissions before taking a photograph of any local.

Leh Ladakh romantic destination is also famous for

Hill Station

Leh Ladakh Weather

The weather in Leh tends to be extremely arid, with only 90mm of rain annually, and cold. There are only two main seasons in Leh: summer (March to September) and winter (October to February).

Best Season: June till September

Summers: April to September

Winters: October to March

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