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Leh travel guide

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You're Going to Love Leh

The mountainous beauty of Northern India continues its indomitable spirit in the town of Leh. It stands at a crossroads between Tibet, Kashmir and Kashgar. From here, you can go anywhere. But with the great mountain sports and homey Indian cuisine, will you really want to leave?

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Leh

When to Visit Leh

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When you will want to visit depends on what you want to see. In the summers, when the snows melt, temperatures rise between 68°F and 86°F, and the festivals begin. Winter offers its own charms for those who love mountaineering and trekking. Temperatures drop to 6.1°F.

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How to Get to Leh

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Where to Stay in Leh

Stay in luxury and experience novelty at the Tsemarang Eco Camp. Modest accommodations can be found at The Pangong Hotel in the heart of the city. Choose a guesthouse like Zeepata Guest House, if you're on a budget

Popular Neighborhoods in Leh

Where to stay in popular areas of Leh

How to Get Around Leh

The Cost of Living in Leh

Shopping Streets

Spend the day at Main Bazaar, where you'll find tons of eateries.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs ₹15 and a dozen eggs cost ₹22.

Where to Eat in Leh

For about ₹100-₹260 for mains and ₹180-₹250 for beer and hookah service, "Food Planet" is run by a sweet Russian-Indian couple. This spot has fusion food, like Uzbek shurpa soup, stuffed mushrooms, Tom Yum soup and chicken breast with spicy mango achaar.

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