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About Us

About Us

Founded in the summers of 2015, Unplugged Life is a tour company specialising in crafting & delivering tailor-made leisure trips for domestic & inbound tourists travelling in India. We see ourselves as artists who love to create unique travel experiences that our guests will cherish for a lifetime.

At Unplugged Life we believe in walking the extra mile when it comes to stakeholder satisfaction. Right from our partners, travellers to on ground staff, we strive to create a win-win-win partnership for everyone who works or travels with us.

The Ladakh Chapter

Ken Agrawal (Founder)

Visiting Ladakh is a longtime dream for many, as it was once for me. I dropped out of college and worked in a BPO in Mumbai to sponsor my first one-way trip to Ladakh, in search of a job.
Little did I know that the land I was obsessed with for years, had so much in store for me.
Now having operated innumerable tours in Ladakh, I’ve come to understand the importance of providing an unforgettable experience for my guests, who like me, have probably been dreaming of visiting Ladakh since years.

Why Choose Us?

We’re bridging the gap between the locals & city folks. Having travelled extensively across every region we operate in, we have developed an understanding of the needs of our guests, their stay preferences, and travel styles. We also have a deep insight on the on-ground realities, the way a local would.

Our itineraries and accommodations are chosen to create an experience for our guests. From visiting the most beautiful places to providing the best hotels, guest houses, and homestays, we ensure that with Unplugged Life every guest goes back happy and smiling.

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Way We Work

Planning your trip

We understand that every individual is different when it comes to their travel needs. So our first step is to get an in-depth understanding of your expectations from the trip.
The second stage is to plan it to perfection. A well-planned trip should have warm and cozy accommodation, convenient travel and sufficient exploration, all set and arranged within the stipulated timeframe.
We at Unplugged Life constantly strive to hit this veritable sweet spot in travel planning.

Choosing places to stay

It is important to us that the accommodation on the trip be comfortable and hassle-free for you. We ensure that our recommended places take care of all your comfort needs and at the same time, have a warm and friendly ambiance.
Alternatively, if you find a place on your own, we would be happy to book it for you.

Booking your trip

We make the entire set of bookings required for the trip, such as flights, stay, buses and car hire. In addition to that, our knowledge and travel experience are available to you at all times.

Best Time to Visit Ladakh

Mid-May to Mid-October is the ideal time to go to Ladakh.

Ladakh via Road

There are two ways of reaching Ladakh by road

  1. Srinagar – Leh Highway (434 kms), open from Mid – May to November
  2. Manali – Leh Highway ( 473 kms), open from Mid-June to Mid-October
Road Distances
Ladakh via Air

The Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (Leh Airport) operates regular flight services during tourist season. Direct flights are available from Leh to Delhi & Srinagar.

Direct Flight to Leh
Place Airline Frequency Duration
Delhi Vistara
Air India
Jet Airways
Go Air
Daily 4 flights
1h 25m
1h 25m
1h 25m
1h 25m
Jammu Air India Mon, Fri, Sun 55m
Srinagar Air India Wed, Thu 55m

Mumbai Go Air Daily 2h 50m
Average Temperature at Leh
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Max °C -3 1 6 12 17 21 25 24 21 14 8 2
Min °C -14 -12 -6 -1 3 7 10 10 5 -1 -7 -11
Mobile Phone Connectivity in Ladakh

A few points you need to keep in mind if you are traveling to Leh-Ladakh

Protected Area Permit (PAP)

It is mandatory for Foreigners as well as Domestic Indian Tourists to obtain a Protected Area Permit or also known as Inner Line Permit for visiting some of the protected areas of Ladakh such as: Nubra Valley, Tso Pangong, Tso Moriri, etc.

The Protected Area Permit can be obtained directly from the District Magistrate Office in Leh or through any local travel agent. PAP’s are valid for a period of 7 days and can be extended for INR 20 a day.

Documents Required
Do’s & Don’ts
High Altitude Sickness

What is AMS?

AMS is a short form for Acute Mountain Sickness. AMS is the effect on the body when it is exposed to a high altitude environment. This is due to the lower level of oxygen at that altitude and the body’s inability to cope with rapid change in oxygen levels.

AMS impacts a person at altitudes above 8,000 feet (2440 meters). The occurrence of AMS depends on the altitude, the rate of ascent, and the individual ability to cope with lower oxygen levels.


Symptoms of AMS

Symptoms of mild AMS are dizziness, headache, muscle ache, insomnia, nausea, loss of appetite, rapid heartbeat, and shortness of breath with physical exertion and swelling of hands, feet and face.

Symptoms of severe AMS are coughing, chest congestion, lack of balance, pale complexion and skin discoloration.


Treatment for AMS

Usually, once the body has adapted to the change in altitude, the symptoms of AMS fade away.

In case they don’t, the best thing to do is to descend to a lower altitude. In most cases, with descent, symptoms of AMS tend to go away. In any case, avoid further ascent at any cost.

Severe cases may need supplemental oxygen or even hospitalization.


Prevention of AMS

The best way to avoid AMS is to ascend gradually. And one should always follow the golden rule of staying hydrated during the journey.

There are medicines like Diamox which are available to help in the acclimatization process, but do consult a physician before consuming these medicines. They tend to have side effects.

List of Essentials



Travelling Gear