Jammu To Leh Routes
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Route: Jammu - Udhampur - Patnitop - Srinagar - Sonmarg - Zozi La - Drass - Kargil - Batalik - Dah - Leh
Not very different from the above-described route, one needs to take a little detour from Kargil to follow the route. But to cover the path through Batalik, one needs to acquire Inner Line Permit either from Kargil or Leh. Make sure to carry a number of photocopies of the permit to cross the check-posts.
The very scenic and extremely beautiful path is avoided by many due to proximity to Pakistan. The journey will also get a little longer through this and one can break it into various patches to reach Leh. Another important information to note is the best time to visit Jammu to Leh by road route.
From mid-May to mid-July, it can be considered as one of the best time due to no-snow and no-rain weather. Though the months of July to September can also be considered but with little caution and safety due to monsoon arrival. Later on, slight to heavy snowfall can be expected on the route and can be avoided.
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Places to Visit During Jammu to Ladakh Trip
Mata Vaishno temple is highly visiting pilgrimage center that attracts thousands of pilgrims every day. Delicious food and cool winds become a cherry on top when one utilize the opportunity to be in Jammu.
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Moreover, Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Pari Mahal, Hazratbal shrine, Chashme Shahi, Jamia Masjid are some of the major places one must not miss. And the amazing weather is a big support to the visit for sure.
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From June to August, the lake glows like shine and glitter in the sun for which thousands of tourists flock to Jammu. Witness the mirror-like reflections and backdrop of snow-covered hills while taking a ‘shikara’ ride.
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Zoji La Pass
Interaction with the locals is another amazing part and if you are lucky, take a visit to local homes. This rustic charm is just a peace to look at and brings culture combo at a new space.
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Kargil War Memorial
Apart from this, the memorial has a Sandstone wall where the names of all the soldiers are present. One can also choose to hire a guide as they can tell about the peaks captured by the Pakistani soldiers which are clearly visible from the memorial.
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The statue pictures standing future Buddha which dates back in ancient times. Mulbhek is a must stopover when one travels from Jammu to Leh
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Confluence of Indus and Zanskar River
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Gurudwara Shri Pathar Shahib
Best Places to Visit in Ladakh
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Places To Stay During Jammu To Ladakh trip
Stopover Stay at Srinagar
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Stopover Stay at Kargil
Things To Know On Jammu-Ladakh Trip
Petrol Pumps on Jammu–Ladakh Highway
ATMs on Jammu -Ladakh Highway
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Mechanics on Jammu -Ladakh Highway
Safety Tips and Extra Guidelines
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Things to Carry on Jammu to Ladakh Road Trip
Inner Line Permits
Foreigners visiting Ladakh are required to obtain a Ladakh Protected Area Permit (PAP) before entering this region. This pass is valid for 3 weeks for Indians and 1 week for foreigners.One needs to carry it to visit places like Nubra Valley, Khardung La, Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri, Dah, Hanu Villages, Man, Merak, Nyoma, Loma Bend, Turtuk, Tyakshi, Chusul, Hanle, Digger La, Tangyar.