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Highest point on way from Leh to Nubra Valley

This place is 40 Km from Leh. The route can be extremely tough if weather is not on your side. When... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rahat S
a place where you're feel high of rest of the world.

world's second highest motorable pass. It's really cold place and you may face some high altitude... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sandhya S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is 40 Km from Leh. The route can be extremely tough if weather is not on your side. When we went, it was raining throughout and snowfall in khardungla. It took us almost 4-5 hours to reach Khardung La in such extreme conditions....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

world's second highest motorable pass. It's really cold place and you may face some high altitude sickness if you're non-native of this place

Thank Sandhya S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of the highest motorable passes in the world at a height of 18380 ft above sea level. Thanks to Border Roads Organisation for keeping it in good condition. This is on the way to Nubra Valley from Leh. The drive is breathtaking...More

Thank njan45
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

similar to Zero point in sikkim, rohtang pass in manali. you can play in snow here. but is freezing even in may.

Thank DEVDEEPAK70
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Top of the world! It really does deserve a visit, though when I was up there about a thousand other people thought it was a good idea. It was crowded and chaotic, with buses trying to park everywhere and people all over the place. Having...More

1  Thank karen D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited Khardunga la pass while travelling by road from Leh to Hunder/Nubra valley. This place is situated at an altitude of 18380 feet also the road is the highest motorable road in the World. It was quite chill and windy during our visit. One can...More

Thank BALASHOTELREVIEW
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The very fact that it is the highest motorable road in the world keeps you awed all the time that you are there. At above 18000ft the air is rarified & cannot spend a long time at this place. Just enough to take pictures for...More

Thank Mil02004
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This pass is the highest motorable road in the world at 18000 feet. The air is very thin here due to the height. Tourists are advised to acclamatise themselves in Leh before they reach this pass as the height and thin air may cause problems...More

1  Thank Nilma S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Fantastic point for visit if you are in Leh ,This La connects Nubra Valley with Leh , Good point for Photographers . In winters it is difficult to drive ,but local drivers drive with Snow skid chain on their vehicle . You can enjoy Tea...More

Thank Tajinder Pal B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have a ton of worries when I decided to visit there. Khadung La is the second highest motorable mountain pass in the world so It becomes a must-place to visit in Ladakh for someone like adventure experiences. I was thrilled by the spectacular landscape...More

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Do not visit during October - Jan.
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Yes, some but only at the top of Khardung La
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Response from abhi420 | Reviewed this property |
Reach Leh & browse through many vendor available there you can easily get vehicle for same.should cost you around 7-8k Max .Suggest u hire an royal Enfield bike better then car ,rental can be anywhere between 1200-2000 rs a... More
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