This is one must visit for everyone who could. Do try lemon tee and Maggie there. If possible, move ahead and go to San dunes.
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I have been there with friends in the month of June last year by car. We took a path from srinagar to leh, then leh to manali. Guys its a life time experience, when you drive on such a roads, feel of border near by. From sonmarg to Jojila pass the road is not much favorable. Don't forget to visit... More
it was an amazing experiences reached the highest motorable road ever. After passing the meandered & bumpy road finally we reached the peak. There was also a cafe (minght be the only cafe there) which serve light meals. Since the oxygen level getting decrease as its height, please do not forget to bring oxygen can. Otherwise you can get AMS... More
My capsule review :) * Highest motorable road in the world * Upkeep of all the roads are amazing as the roads are used by the army. * Not much food available. * Route is a bit remote. Read my full review by visiting my website, the link is available in my profile. LifeThoughtsCamera ranks #8 in TopIndianBlogs
This is the highest motorable road in the world..very windy & cold...with Lord Shiva's temple at the top..!! Beautiful experience to be at such an high altitude as if conversing with the mountains..
The drive on the highest motorable road in the world is humbling to say the least. The mountains dwarf anything that you may have seen and the road is a challenge if you're driving yourself. Really bad road leading upto and down the pass. The feeling cannot be described. nature at its raw best. Should be an addition to everyone's... More
Visiting the Khardungla is almost a rite of passage for all of those visiting Leh to be ticked off the bucket list as it were. One can make a day trip to visit the pass and return to Leh or carry on to Nubra valley. The road condition is good till the top but disintegrates on the Nubra valley side.... More
Khardungla is claimed to be the highest motorable road in the world. Though the ride is adventurous and keeps your adrenaline high but its not as risky and tough as it has been projected to be. Last time i visited, road was under construction and once done, its gonna be easy to reach the pass. But one do get the... More
Highest motorable pass - a must visit. This is on the way to Nubra valley - very beautiful and scenic. No words or pictures can justify the beauty of this region - it has to be witnessed in person !
I would like to go pass, but i have no own bike, can i go there my frnd bike?
Is any prbblm thre checkposts... ?
August month is suitable for leh ladakh tour? Any chances to get snow in khardungla pass or changla pass in august end?
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