Is Leh Ladakh Open for Tourists
Is Leh Ladakh open to tourists now — this is one of the most sought questions on the internet as lakhs of tourists who had planned their visit to Ladakh in 2020 are caught up in uncertainty and doubts due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now that 2021 tourist season has started, tourists are still in dilemma whether they should visit Ladakh or not.
Ladakh Status: Ladakh is open for tourists
Attention travellers, RT-PCR test report (not older than 96 hours) is mandatory to visit Ladakh by both air or road.
Updated on July 11, 2021
As all places in Leh Ladakh have opened to tourists, the tourist footfall is increasing regularly in the UT much to the relief of the hoteliers, taxi operators, travel agents, and a large number of residents who are dependent on tourism for their livelihood. Some hotels and camps are still closed while most of the properties have resumed operations. With growing demand, most of the top-rated camps and hotels are booked for the next few days. Tourists are mainly having trouble booking accommodation/camp in Pangong Lake area.
Updated on July 5, 2021
There is no change in the Covid-19 guideline in Leh (Ladakh) as administration has directed to follow the old guidelines for one more week i.e. till July 12.
Updated on June 30, 2021
Camp stay at Sarchu is available now. Sarchu is a popular station for mid-way halt while travelling on Manali-Leh highway. Tourists are advised to stay at this beautiful place only after proper acclimatisation at Manali or Leh.