Hotel Chube

Chubi, Samkar Road, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
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Hiring an SUV and driver one way from Manali to Leh

by Jaylad

I need a small SUV for a family of three from Manali to Leh on July 11, 2009 for a 2 or 3 day trip. Can you suggest agencies or drivers that you have used that are reliable.

The most important things for me are:
- reliable, experienced and SAFE/SLOW driver who will listen to our requests
- reliable vehicle
- low/reasonable cost
Please suggest agencies/people I can contact. How much should I expect to pay?

ALSO, is MANALi and the first stretch of roads going to be full of landslides and slush in July due to rains?
Thanks
Jay

Re: Hiring an SUV and driver one way from Manali to Leh

by ladagspa

Hi
Most driver on the road will listen to your request (if you are booking the whole cab) to stop for you to take photographs. And most of them will stop on the high passes and few nice spots for photo shot.

Best way will be to be in manali and bargain for the price.

Some 50 to 70 km will be bit tricky with land slides and slush etc, but usually once you cross Rothang Pass, the Sun will be out and dry most of the time.

HTH
Angchuk

Re: Hiring an SUV and driver one way from Manali to Leh

by mailtopps

I am planning on a shared trip and can help you with a vehicle which you can drive yourself/ share

Please contact me at mailtopps@gmail.com

Travel Tips for Leh

Walking around Leh

by akhilkvav

The best place to explore Leh is by walking around. Take a bottle of mineral water with you and walk around the whole town! There are little monastries which aren't on the tourist map, so they're very quaint and clean. There are plenty of little book shops, most of which are full of books on Ladakh, Tibet, or the Dalai Lama, but you will find some interesting.
On the outskirts of Leh, there are some Ladakhi people who are very friendly, and they just took me in to their houses and fed me. One even wanted me to marry his 27 year old daughter!! I didn't even know the language, plus I'm only 19!! That was huge fun. Later on, a guide told me, that if it wasn't for my age, the man would have gotten violent because I turned them (that's right, THEM) down...scary, but I started believing in God, and then was thanking him for being 19!! I miss the beautiful houses, which have the little farms in them, and the clean air. Not to mention the Ladakhi man's daughter!!! Hope he's not reading this!!

woolens-the most important..

by mantru

please carry enough woolens...as one place requires only tshirt the other requires warm jackets...so carry clother according to places u want to visit if only Leh town then one sweater will be ok for the evening if u want to travel to the passes then thick woolens would make u comfortable.. medicines are always essential so pls carry what u need...

Library road vegetable market

by call_me_rhia

In Library road, going downhill it's on the left side, there's a tiny and hidden vegetable market that it's a delight to the eyes and the nose. Wonderful smells and perfumes... and many vegetables that you surely have never seen before. It's great to walk there and stop at the stalls, asking what the things are... mostly you will be told the Ladakhi name - which isn't much of use... but it's still a curious way to spend some time away from the souvenir shops.

Nubra Valley

by kin79

Nubra is located in the north of Leh. Nubra is a tributary to the Shyok, which flows parallel to the Indus. On the other side of the Ladakh range the Nubra Valley used to be on the caravan route leading from Leh to Kashgar through the two passes of Saser and Karakoram. The main attractions of this area are the Bactarian Camels (Double Humped Camels), Khardung-La Pass (world's highest motorable road at 18,380 feet) and the monasteries like Samstaling.

The Safari leads to Nubra Valley through Khardung-La, which is about 39 kms from Leh. Camel Safari can be organized from Deskit to Hyundar Village for 2 hours.This tour can be extended for 2 nights / 3 days. Permit is needed to this area, which is issued by the Deputy Commissioner at Leh itself

This incredible valley has been completely cut off from travellers until it was opened up by the Indian Government only in early 1994. It is a Buddhist region north of Leh across the 18,380 ft. (5600m) Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable road in the world. The Khardung La was the first of the five passes on the former trade route to Turkestan. Nubra consists of two long valleys: the Nubra and the Shyok, lying beneath the towering eastern Karakoram Range, which contains the highest peaks within Ladakh. At the head of the Nubra Valley is the 45 mile (70km) long Siachen Glacier, the longest glacier in the Karakoram.

Spituk Monastery

by norain

Spituk Gompa is on the hill top near Indus, around 18 Kms from Leh. It houses a collection of ancient masks, antique arms, icons and numerous thankas. Higher up the hill is the Mahakal Temple, containing the shrine of Vajrabhairava.

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