At Paddy Adventures, we are not Adventurers by fate but by choice. Over the years, we have built a knowledgeable and experienced working team, that delivers a national portfolio of memorable cultural, nature based tours, that combine adventure, comfort and quality with a budget price. Paddy Adventures was established in 2005 and in less than a decade the company has made a reputation with various schools. colleges, corporate groups & varied clients. The Company’s resources include permanent campsites, access to exclusive accomodation and the services of full-time professional tour guides with the option of multi-lingual guides for private groups. Adventure holidays are our speciality. We create exciting adventure tours and itineraries for everyone , for everyone, from big families to solo adults. Our small group trips let you explore unfamiliar places, trek & ride through incredible mountain scenery and enjoy the local culture. Be inspired and join us on your next holiday trip., For those looking for a personalized trip, the tailor-made touring department can organize private charters to suit the personal requirements of travellers.

Journey to the finest high altitude lakes in the Himalayas

The Pangong Lake is 160 kilometer from Leh and offers spectacular views of the region. The lake is surrounded by mountains and the color of the lake changes shades throughout the day. This famous blue brackish lake is located on the India China border and is approximately 5 kms wide and over 144 kms long. Majority of the lake body falls in the Chinese territory. Spangmik, the farthest point to which visitors are permitted, is only some seven kilometer along the southern shore from the head of the lake and you can view the Changchenmo range, their reflections shimmering in the ever-changing blues and greens of the lake's brackish waters.

Leh and Around
Enjoy a 360 degree view of Leh

Ladakh, the land of jagged peaks and barren landscape is at once alluring and awe-inspiring. Leh is the capital of ladakh, and the largest town of the region. It is located to the north of the Indus river at an elevation of 3600m above the sea level. Leh offers a wide array of sightseeing. The town is dominated by the nine-storey Namgyal Palace built by King Singge Namgyal in the grand tradition of Tibetan architecture. Above the palace, on the Namgyal Tsemo, are the ruins of a fort, the earliest royal residence. In the historic bazaar, the main sites to visit are the Jo-khang, a newly built Buddhist temple, and the imposing historic mosque founded in the late 17th century.

The Nubra Valley
Journey across the highest motorable road in the world

Nubra 'the valley of flowers' is located in the north of Leh around 120 kms across Khardung La (18,380ft), the world's highest motorable road. Nubra used to be an important trade center on the famous silk route leading from Leh to Kashgar through the two passes of Saser and Karakoram. The main attractions of this region are the Bactrian camels (double humped camels), Khardung-La Pass (world's highest motorable road at 18,380 feet), the Diskit and Samstaling monasteries and the hot springs at Panamik.

Aryan Valley
Journey to the land of the Aryans

Dha-Hanu, the land of Aryans is located around 163 kms to the south west of Leh. There are many small villages but only two villages of Dha and Hanu are open for tourists. The main attraction of this area are the Drok-pa community, who are Buddhists by faith, but racially and culturally distinct from the rest of the Ladakhis Drok-pas are believed to have migrated to this area via Gilgit around thousands years ago from central Asia. They are considered to be the last race of Aryans and have pure Indo Aryan features unlike the mongoloid features of Ladakhis.