Winters in Leh are about peace and serenity. A blanket of white covers the place, giving it a magical feel. The Indus and Zanskar rivers are close to freezing point, and temperatures drop significantly below[Read More…]
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My job is to recommend great travel ideas but not necessarily insist you experience these. But I will make an exception here: you must visit Ladakh, by road. And ideally, drive yourself. Take four wheels[Read More…]
Get ready to drive over the world’s highest motorable road at the Khardung La (pass) – it is 5,602 m (18,380 feet) above sea level. That sure is some altitude. [The Kunzum Travel List is[Read More…]
As you descend the 5360 m (17,586 feet) high Chang La (Pass) to get to Pangong Tso (Lake), you see a sign at Durbuk: ‘Welcome to the land of beautiful mountains and blue water lake.’[Read More…]
Give me half an opportunity and I will be back in Leh. By road, even if it takes at least three days from Delhi to get there. What will I do there? Walk along the[Read More…]
Click on the image for a larger view The Kunzum Travel Pix is a series of images from our travels – where we illustrate an attraction with a picture and some teaser text. To know[Read More…]
This is it. The edge of heaven. As far as oases go, Jispa’s tough to beat. Those driving to Ladakh usually take a night halt here; It’s just the place where the mood kicks in.[Read More…]
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Are you planning to visit Ladakh and drive to its various attractions? Here is a guide based on my personal journeys in Ladakh. Enjoy the drive on Kunzum Route K12. The route takes covers the following[Read More…]
Planning a trip to Leh, Ladakh? Here is a handy list of hotels for you. Please note that this compilation is based on random selection of what we feel are quality hotels. Unless mentioned, we[Read More…]