Added by on June 4, 2018

India travel: Ladakh best road trip in summer. When it comes to India travel, Ladakh is the best road trip to take in summer. The beautiful region of Ladakh is part of the state Jammu and Kashmir. Last year during my travel in india I went to Ladakh and had the best road trip in summer. This is the Ladakh travel guide.
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22 Comments

  • iceberg789 4 months ago

    going to ladakh is easy. 1) rent a bike 2) pack a tent, foods water, petrol & whatever doomsday kit you have 3) follow google map, planning ahead the stop/rest spot.

  • Pushp Chauhan 4 months ago

    I am going to ladakh on 8th June with my friend..πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰
    Bike riding, River rafting and much more adventurous fun…
    Very excited….πŸ™πŸ™

  • Lokesh Negi 4 months ago

    Helpful. Good video

  • Abhimanyu sanatana dharma 4 months ago

    Queen Maxima of Netherlands
    is also in India wow!!

  • pallu glitzgladen vlog 4 months ago

    Awesome …. hopefully am going this time.thnx for the information

  • Willemijn de Kock 4 months ago

    Je inspireerd me echt met je super toffe travel video’s! Ik ga binnekort 2 maanden wonen in Guanzhou in China, heb je toevallig nog tips voor me?

  • muhammed sinan 4 months ago

    Evana.. first of all.. video is awesome.. I just have some doubts regarding the public transportation..when I reach leh busstation…is the local buses available to the major attractions there.?

  • varad rampal 4 months ago

    Hey Ivana.. please also visit Chandigarh and make a video on your experiences…. I bet you'll fall in love with the city and also the free spirited people of the place…. Looking forward to your content. Keep uploading amazing videos.

  • Gunjan Mishra 4 months ago

    Ohh i remember each bit of those last year vlogs to laddakh..
    Those momos were too costly…if i remember right???
    And u even walked a lot fr aloo parathas…if my memory is going great??!!!!@

  • maite maite 4 months ago

    Wow, so beautiful!

  • steve sexy 4 months ago

    leh-ladakh: nature beauty

  • Sanjoy Temp 4 months ago

    Ivana
    Thanks for posting, Revisited Leh down memory lane.
    We (6 heads) had special Army permission & throughout had Army escort with us for 15 days. Probably that's why I now see how lucky we were staying in unknown remote places in Army & Air force luxurious rooms inside Mountains. Can't disclose actual locations but can mention the Tangtse Army Guest house, Hunza & Hunder Army guest house, Leh Air force guest house & these were really like star hotels with disciplined Army men serving even at 4 AM. Extra ordinary food with hot water & generator every where.
    But Ladakh is not Leh & Pangong lake only (we had boat ride with Army on Pangong & had shake hand with Chinese Army deep inside Chusul)
    Went to so many monasteries including Hemis, Alchi , Likir, Thiksey, Shey, etc. Chatting with US bullet byke gang while crossing TanglangLa (dangerously high, tricky pass & low oxygen).
    Stay in in tents, one of the best one was at Sarchu Valley
    I'm surprised you didn't mention all of these like Nubra Valley (it's a magical place with double hump camels, sand dune, ice peaks & patch of greenary all at one place)
    Having coffee in Army canteen at Khardungla pass can be done by everyone.
    Having Aab-ghosh (local delicious dish) , ladhaki tea, at Leh market & fruit salad (with local fruits babakush, apricoats, apples)
    It was a heavenly trip, can't imagine, & can't redo it even if I spend 10 times without being army's guest.
    But frankly, there is much much much more in Ladakh than only Leh, Tsomoriri, Pangong.
    oh I remember the snow leopard, feel like posting the pictures. But I had only an analog camera with me but still pictures were nice
    My friends had digital cameras but the they didn't do justice to it's potentially while enjoying.
    ……….
    If I had done something which I'll cherish while dying I'll remember Ladakh. There was so much more to it … can't mention everything here but just remembered Ruins of Basgo, Magnetic hill (draws car on neutral to it).
    Sorry for this long emotional outburst.
    Ladakh & Lahul Spiti can be revisited again & again ..
    Thank you again with lots of love Ivana
    Subscribed to your channel only few days ago after watching Mumbai-Netherlands home returning vlog (that was excellent mixture of editing & music "Kal ho na ho" , meaning there can be no tomorrow, that was really like an expert), probably you have more Ladakh videos

  • Anand Pandey 4 months ago

    Glad to see more content from past 😍
    And please make such video for Mumbai (Bombay) even if it's not tourist place
    But people will love that vlog

  • Srini D. Rao 4 months ago

    Iva: awww..you are so sweet…
    guest house owner: yeaah!!

  • Danny Nesh 4 months ago

    Very beautiful vlog, Do U have a travel book Ivana ?

  • Amit kumar Pathak 4 months ago

    Very good informative blog

  • Chirasman Borah 4 months ago

    Please visit northeast

  • Dipanjan Adhikary 4 months ago

    Is it necessary now for foreigners to take special permission to visit Ladakh?

  • Khmer Travel News 4 months ago

    I like to see it

  • Sankal Sankal 4 months ago

    Hey ivana , leuk dat je daar langs bent gegaan, ik vond het zelf ook prachtig. En binnenkort ga ik ook weer naar India 😜 ik hoop je te ontmoete in punjab

  • at sonr 4 months ago

    I personally think its better to go cold places during the summr time , however I think there are some ppl who also like to travel to cold places in winter

  • at sonr 4 months ago

    Probably 30 % of India has cold weather all over the year , I think among some of them some of the places are Jammu and Kashmir , Uttarakhand , Himachal Pradesh , Arunachal Pradesh , Meghalaya , and few other places in North East India , Sikkim and entire north Bengal region