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India Railways is offering an affordable package to Ladakh

The Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is offering a special Leh-Ladakh package for the month of September.

The package includes 6-night and 7-day tours and the package offers a visit to main attractions such as Leh, Nubra, Pangong, Turtuk and Sham Valley.

This 6-night, 7-day Ladakh tour package will take travellers from Kolkata to Delhi by flight and then to Leh, and will again return to Kolkata via Delhi. The tour will cover places like Leh, Sham Valley, Nubra, Pangong, and Turtuk. Tickets are available for September 11-17, 17-23, and September 23-29. The price of this package is INR 47600 for single occupancy. This is the tour package from Kolkata.

Leh with Turtuk ex-Hyderabad: This is the 6-night, 7-day trip tour. The price for this tour will start from INR 38470, whereas the tour will cover places like Sham Valley, Leh, Nubra, Turtuk and Pangong. Tours for this package are available on September 8 and 23. This is the trip details from Hyderabad.

Magical Ladakh ex-Gorakhpur: This 9-night, 10-day tour package will start from Gorakhpur station and go via New Delhi to Leh. The tour will also include a night journey by bus to Lucknow, followed by a train journey to Delhi. The tour will start on September 20 from Gorakhpur and has been priced at INR 43900. This is from Gorakhpur.

Discover Ladakh with IRCTC- LTC approved from Delhi: This 6-night, the 7-day trip will start from Delhi, whereas the departure dates are September 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, and 29. Tickets for this package have been priced at INR 38900, while the package will include airfare, meals, accommodation in 3-star hotels, and sightseeing as per the itinerary.

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