do's and dont's

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PRECAUTIONS

•  Traveller's to Leh and Nubra Valley need to carry oxygen Cylinders while travelling to high Altitude Location in and around Leh District.
•  Take Enough drinking water with you for routine consumption.
•  If client is/are foreign passport holder's than they have to pay extra INR 500 per person to issue innerline permit to visit to Nubra Valley and Pangong Area, for this          the traveller need a valid passport with valid visa on arrival at Leh.

Do’s

•  If you are planning to visit Ladakh collect necessary information about weather conditions and road route.
•  After Arrival to Ladakh take proper rest upto 36 hours.
•   Ladakh is a high altitude place; the level of oxygen will be very low. So it is advisable to move slowly and breathe deeper to get used to lower level of oxygen.
•   Take water purification tablets or boiled water or bottled water.
•   For the tours within the Ladakh, outside vehicles are not allowed to move. Go for a local cab.
•   Always carry drinking water and dry eatables.
•   In initial days of reaching Ladakh, avoid smoking and taking alcohol.
•  Carry First-aid box with all necessary medicines. • In summer (May – September), carry Cotton wear, light woolens, strong walking shoes, rain proofs and in winters           (October – April), carry heavy woolens, thermal wear, feather jackets, strong walking shoes.
•  Before leaving for the tour it is better to take extra batteries and charge them fully for digital products like camera, mobile phones, etc because there is electricity             problem in Ladakh.
•   Ladakhi people are very friendly and welcoming. They love to interact. So interact with them and it will also help in changing your point of view.
•   If you are planning to trip Ladakh on your bike, please do not go alone on bikes at least make a group of two or more.

Dont’s

•   Do not take photographs of people or inside any religious place without taking permission of the monk or person in–charge.
•   Do not carry or use plastic bags as plastic is officially banned in Ladakh.
•   Do not wear short clothes like skirts/sleeveless blouses tops while on roads, especially in Buddhist Monasteries.
•   Do not try to influence Ladakhi People with your western outlook.
•   Do not disturb wild life.