Sep
13

Inner Line Permits

You do not need a special permit like Protected Area Permit or Inner Liner Permit to visit Ladakh. All you need is the Indian visa. However, there are some restricted areas near the border, for which you need a special Inner Line Permit.…

Sep
13

How to reach Ladakh

By Air There are daily flight services from New Delhi to Leh operated by Air India, Jet Airways and Go Air. Please check with the airliners for the schedule of the flights and availability of seats. Air India also operates flights from Jammu…

Sep
13

Drinking Water and Washroom

The water in Ladakh is generally hard as it contains high amount of minerals such as calcium and salt. Nonetheless, the tap water or the running water is safe to drink. In many places, water is extracted from the ground through submersible pumps…

Sep
13

Medical camps and first-aid centres

Several medical camps and first-aid centres will be setup at the teaching ground and campsites to cater to the medical needs of the Kalachakra participants. Ambulances are stationed readily for emergency transfer to the district hospital (Sonam Norboo Memorial Hospital) in Leh for…

Sep
13

Transportation

The teaching ground (Jiwe-tsal) in Shey is 8km from Leh town. Transportation to the venue is arranged by public and private buses and taxis. You can either book a taxi or share a taxi or bus from Leh while traveling to the venue…

Sep
13

Monasteries in Ladakh

Ladakh Ladakh, the Land of High Passes (la dwags), is one of the highest inhabited regions in the world. Located in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, this high-altitude cold desert is flanked by two formidable mountain ranges – the Karakoram…