In this post, I will provide a detailed explanation of the road from Kargil to Padum, the route you take to travel to Zanskar Valley from the Srinagar Leh highway. It is a 230 km long stretch that starts from Kargil, travels through the Suru Valley, and ends at Padum in Zanskar.
This road is open only for about 6 months in a year, from May to October. In winters the only way in and out of Zanskar is a hazardous walk along the frozen Zanskar River to the town of Nimmu.
There is one high altitude pass en route, Pensi La. This however is more of an easier pass. The climb is gradual and you will barely notice that you are actually driving up a high-altitude pass. Between Kargil and Pesi La is Suru Valley. Once you cross the pass and start driving down, you would have entered the Zanskar Region.
Kargil to Padum Travel Guide
The first and foremost thing that you really need to keep in mind here is that Zanskar is one of the remotest areas of Ladakh. Padum is the headquarters of Zanskar valley and is at a distance of approximately 230 km from Kargil.
Add to that the fact that the roads for the most part of the journey will be in a bad state, resulting in slow progress. Even with an SUV, this 230 km long journey of Kargil to Padum can take anywhere between 8 to 10 hours, depending on your speed and breaks.
Hence, if the intent is to reach Padum with plenty of breaks and the sun still in the sky, an early start from Kargil is advised. For more details on Zanskar, please take a look at Zanskar Valley – A Complete Travel Guide & Itinerary.
For a visual presentation of this route, you can take a look at the following videos of my journey.
Kargil to Padum Route
The route of the journey will be as below.
- Kargil to Sankoo: 40 Kms
- Sankoo to Panikhar: 24 Kms
- Panikhar to Parkachik: 16 Kms
- Parkachik to Rangdum: 46 Kms
- Rangdum to Pensi La: 26 Kms
- Pensi La to Abran: 36 Kms
- Tungri to Padum: 42 Kms
If you want to view the route on a map, please take a look a look A Detailed Road Map of Ladakh & Zanskar. You can even download the map from the given link and use it on your trip.
A round trip from Kargil to Padum will anywhere be between 500 to 600 kilometers. There is a petrol pump in Padum but whether or not it will be operational when you are there is a big question so do not rely on it. Please pay close attention to your vehicle’s mileage and carry spare fuel if required.
There are only a few small towns on the way and quite a distance apart. Please ensure that you are carrying a puncture repair kit (if you are on a bike) and some basic tools for your vehicle.
For the most part of the journey, you will in the middle of nowhere. Even a flat tire on this road can prove to be really troublesome.
With that being said, let us now take a look at the journey on Kargil to Padum road.
Kargil to Sankoo
Please ensure that you start early from your hotel so that you have ample time to enjoy the beautiful vistas and still reach your destination well in time.
Soon after Kargil, you will enter the beautiful Suru Valley which is really a sight for sore eyes. Suru river runs right through this valley and keeps it surprisingly green and fertile even at an altitude of above 3000 meters.
People here are mostly Shia Muslims. Roads are mostly good until Panikhar with a few bad patches in between. You will continue traveling right next to the Suru river and soon will reach the small town of Sankoo, some 40 odd kilometers from Kargil.
If you haven’t already eaten at Kargil, you can have your breakfast here. Sankoo is the last big village after Kargil. Once you leave Sankoo, you will only come across small hamlets until Padum.
Also Read: Budget Trip to Zanskar Valley – How to Plan Your Journey?
At Sankoo, there is also a grand Buddha Statue that you can visit. I had some difficulty in finding the place as people were giving me random directions. In all, this 14 km approximately took over an hour and I went back to the road for Zanskar. After asking for directions from a few locals there, I finally found the statue. You will have to cross the Suru river to get there.
The place where I stayed in Sankoo deserves a special mention. The name of the small guest house is Goba guest house. It is lovingly run by the Goba family and they provided me with exemplary hospitality.
Sankoo to Panikhar
A few kilometers after Sankoo, you will cross the Suru River over to its right side. If the weather is clear, you will also get your first glimpse of Nun and Kun peaks.
Vistas will improve tremendously. You will be greeted with greenery all around, midst the mighty snow-capped mountains. It is one of the most scenic places in all of Suru and Zanskar.
Also Read: Leh to Zanskar Itinerary – How to Plan your Journey?
A few kilometers before Panikhar, near Purkitche, the road will be running right along the banks of Suru while Nun and Kun peaks towering in the background, presenting a breathtaking view. Together, these two beautifully mysterious mountains are one of the biggest attractions of Suru valley.
Nun is forever covered in snow, a white peak whereas its next-door neighbor, Kun is barren black. These two mountains are right next to each other, a perfectly beautiful combination of black & white that never changes.
There is a glacier in Panikhar that is visible right from the road itself. I am not sure about its name but I think it is called Shafat Glacier.
Panikhar to Parkachik
The moment you exit Panikhar, road conditions will turn from good to bad and eventually to ugly. From here until Padum, it will be just an unmetalled dirt road all the way.
The road will turn towards the Western side of Nun Kun Massif and will continue east towards the fort of Rangdum. 40 kilometers from Panikhar is the small town of Parkachik, another very scenic spot in Suru valley.
Parkachik La is another tourist attraction in the village of Parkachik but you can only trek to the pass.
Parkachik to Rangdum
From Parkachik you will continue your journey to Rangdum. A couple of kilometers after the village, you will get views of Parkachik glacier, another tourist attraction in Suru valley.
From here, you will exit the fertile lower Suru valley and enter the upper Suru valley. It is a high-altitude desert with its own absolute beauty. The valley here is quite flat but the bad roads will still keep your speed severely limited.
There will hardly be any greenery around and the Suru river will run slow with no rapid or waterfalls anywhere. You will continue traveling right next to the river until Rangdum.
Also Read: Mobile Phone Connectivity in Zanskar Valley
Rangdum is another small village on the way. It is just a few houses to be precise but it is the midway point of the journey. If you are planning to reach Padum the next day, then you can spend the night here.
If not, you have your lunch here and be on your way towards Padum. Even though the distance is just another 100 odd kilometers, it will still take some time to reach.
At Rangdum, I have stayed at La Himalaya Guesthouse. I found the rooms neat and clean and so took a room for Rs. 1200.
Rangdum to Pensi La
5 Kilometers from Rangdum is the Rangdum Gompa. Located on a small hill, this monastery looks like a fortress. It, in fact, was used as one by the Dogra armies of General Zorawar Singh. It is an ancient monastery from the 18th century and a visit is recommended.
Rangdum is also the last inhabited place in Suru valley. The road here will take a 90-degree turn before it starts moving south towards Pensi la, on the other side of which the Zanskar valley is located.
Pensi La is considered as one of the “easy passes” as the ascent is not really that difficult. People who did not know that it was there tend to even miss the fact that they just crossed a high altitude pass.
The valley now will become quite wide and the river that has been running close to the road will now flow far away. A long shallow drive, gentle ascent, and few zig zags will take you to the top of the pass before you even realize it.
Also Read: Zanskar Valley Itinerary – A Sample Travel Plan
You will notice a small body of water near the road atop Pensi La. These in fact are two small lakes called Ta Tso and the Lang Tso lakes.
The first lake
and the second
Beyond these lakes, you will see the massive Drang Drung glacier. There will be a noticeable chill in the wind, owing to the vast reserves of snow at the glacier. The glacier lies much below the road and the view in itself is quite dramatic.
Pensi La to Padum
After Pensi La, you will start on your final stretch of the journey to Padum and descend into Zanskar valley. The road will continue to be a gravel path until a few kilometers before Padum when you will once again see Tar on the road.
Chibra is the first village in Zanskar valley after Pensi La and post that, it will be a series of small villages. At Tungri village, you will cross over to the right side of the river and from there, it is a straight run to Padum.
Sani Gompa, which is also known as possibly the oldest Gompa in Zanskar valley, is a place worth visiting in Padum.
Other Villages in Zanskar Valley
If you asked me, Zanskar is definitely a place worth spending a couple of days. There is not much to see here except for the natural beauty of the barren cold desert. If time permits, spend a day here and visit the nearby areas.
There is a road that goes towards Hanumil, another towards Dzonkhul, and a third under construction road that goes towards Shinku La. It is a high altitude pass which when completed will connect the Zanskar valley to Lahaul valley.
Shinku La road will link the towns of Padum and Darcha. It currently exists in a very bad state and can only be traveled upon by 4×4 SUVs. In the future, after the work complete, one will be able to travel between Lahaul Valley and Zanskar within a day.
Let us now take a look at some of these other internal roads within Zanskar Valley.
Padum to Hanumil
This is an under-construction road which has been completed until the village of Hanumil and a little after that as well. Once completed, this road will run directly from Padum all the way to the town of Nimmu, drastically cutting down the distance between Ladakh and Zanskar valley.
The road till Hanumil is in near perfect condition. This 50 odd kilometers-long journey should not take you more than a couple of hours to complete.
You will be traveling along the Zanskar River all the way. Just as you leave Padum, the road will cross over to the right side of the river and will stay on the right side.
Apart from stunning landscapes, a few other places to see on this route are Pibiting, Karsha, Stongde gompas, and the Zangla fort. Once you reach Hanumil, and if time allows, you can continue driving as far as the road goes.
As I mentioned, this stretch is still under construction. At some point, you will reach the end from where you will have to turn back for Padum.
Padum to Reru
This is the same road that will run all the way to Darcha in Lahaul valley, across Shinku La, also known as Shingo La. For now, you can only drive up to the small village of Reru and visit Bardan Gompa on the route. This Gompa is located on a huge rock right next to the river and is worth a visit.
Another place to visit on this route is the Dzonkhul monastery. For more details on this, please take a look at Sightseeing in Zanskar Valley – Padum and Around.
Umba La Pass Road
Another way to reach Padum from the Srinagar Leh highway is to take the road from Drass to just after Sankoo, via Umba La. Earlier, this road is was not at all recommended, no matter which vehicle you were traveling in. A 4×4 vehicle was a must to travel on this road and even then this is one hell of a treacherous drive.
Recently though, the conditions have improved tremendously. I rode my Enfield 350CC on this road and was able to reach Drass without any problem at all.
This gives an alternate way to plan your journey. You can reach Padum from Kargil and then return to Drass, or the other way around.
How to reach Padum by Bus
If you are not traveling in your own vehicle, you can choose to either catch a Bus or hire a taxi to Padum. There is a bus service by J&K SRTC to Padum from Leh and Kargil. This bus will stop at several places for sightseeing and is a good budget option to travel.
The only catch is that the frequency of the bus service from Leh is just once a week. There is a daily bus from Kargil but it only travels as far as Sankoo. After Sankoo, there is no other bus and you will have to either rent a private taxi or find a shared one.
Taxi Service in Zanskar
If you are planning to hire a taxi, please keep in mind that the taxi you hired from either Srinagar or Leh will not be allowed to travel to Zanskar valley. For this, you must hire a local cab from Kargil itself. The same logic applies to renting a bike as well. For more details, take a look at Zanskar Valley Taxi Rates – Updated Rate List.
In terms of accommodation, Sankoo, Panikhar, and Parkachik have a government-run tourist bungalow and a few simple guesthouses. At Rangdum, there is both a PWD guest house and a tourist bungalow.
At Padum however, there are multiple options in form of guesthouses, hotels, and government tourist bungalows.
Nothing fancy but you can find small restaurants/dhabas at most of the major villages on the route. A puncture repair shop is available at Sankoo and Panikhar. At Padum, you can find a phone booth, several restaurants, a petrol pump (mostly in a non-working condition though), a mechanic, and surprisingly an internet cafe as well.
Other Tips for Kargil to Padum Route
- The bus service from Leh to Padum is on weekly basis. This bus starts from Leh, halts at Kargil, and then continues to Padum the next day. The availability of seats on this bus also is uncertain.
- There is a bus service from Kargil to Sankoo and Panikhar every morning.
- Another bus from Kargil leaves for Parkachik daily. I am not sure if this is the same bus that goes to Sankoo and continues to Parkachik or a different bus.
- Once you get to Parkachik, you can hire a cab from there to reach Padum. Do not count on this though as the number of cabs in Parkachik is severely limited. If there is no cab available on the day of your arrival, you will have no other choice but to break your journey there and continue the next day when there is a cab available.
- The fastest, most convenient way to get to Padum from Kargil is to hire a private cab but this is of course also the most expensive one.
Kargil to Padum – Conclusion
I hope this information on traveling from Kargil to Padum was of help. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask in the comments section below, or at our Community Forum, and I will be glad to answer.
Hello Mr. Khan
My plan is for May 2022
Day 01 Kargil – Rangdum
Day 02 – Rangdum – padum – Rangdum
Day 03 – Rangdum – Lamayuru
1. I m traveling with a 65-year-old Italian person hence the above program is fine according to you?
2. What are the things I must carry from Kargil for the above trip?
3. Does La Himalaya in random have Indian or western toilets?
Hi Narendra – No the plan is not doable especially if you have a 65 year old person with you. Only Day 1 sounds Ok but Day 2 and 3 will be way too long. Day 3 is almost not doable.
Thanks for this detailed information bro.
I am planning to cover this route from 10-Oct onwards. Just wanted to check on three questions below:
1) Do you see any problems in terms of road blockages due to snow please at this time of the year (also consider Zozi La as ill be coming from Srinagar)?
2) Will Renault Duster be good enough to traverse this road?
3) Are there any big water crossings expected please?
Dear Mr. Khan,
Thank you for putting up practical tips together. Can you please update me about the road condition between Kargil and Padum. Further, will it be possible to reach Padum (from Kargil) by small car (Ignis, Ground clearance 180mm.
Thanks Vargis, very informative and helpful site. We are planning to zanskar Valley in this month or next. How is the kovid situation? Are tourism places open in Ladakh? What formalities we have to be completed on this Pandemic situation?
Hi Dinesh – Ladakh is open for tourism right now. You will have to bring an RTPCR report along
The best site with detailed information.
Thank you Dinesh
Is the Road from Kargil to Pensi La risky and high terrain ?
Lat year I visited Spiti by road the the Drive was very scary and risky .
I sit the same
No, it is not. The road is bad in condition but most of it is a straight stretch.
Hi Vargis…A great post with all the required details…If you can help me with a small query-
I plan to spend 2 nights in Suru. One night near Panikhar and another night at Rangdum. Then move ahead to Padum. Will the taxi driver take Rs. 10000 for three days of travel or will it be more? Can I get a cab on daily rent basis?
Hi Nilakkhya – It could be more since the number of days increased. Finding a private cab in Panikhar or Rangdum would be tough. You will have to rely on shared taxis that locals use. It would be best and easier. If not, then just hitchhike. I have done it.
Hi Vargis !
Can Kargil – Rangdum – Kargil be done in a single day ? We wanted to see the beauty of Suru Valley Nun Kun peaks on the way till PensiLa (uptill DrungDrung Glacier) and back to Kargil. If can be covered in a day how time management to be done ?
Can you please help me with the current status of the Kargil – Padum and Padum – Darcha road?
Is it the same as 2017 or is there some improvement?
Thanks in advance…..
Hi Sunil – Condition of the road is quite same still
Would it be possible to make a round trip from Kargil to Padum the same day. Is it recommended. If yes, what will be a good time to start from Kargil.
We also dont want to miss the scenic drive from Kargil to Padum.
Hi Pankaj – You can’t make a round trip to Padum in a day. The farthest you can plan to go and be back is Rangdum.
Would it be possible to return back the same day from Padum, when starting from Kargil. Is it recommended.
If so what will be a suitable time to start from Kargil, so that we don’t also miss the scenic drive from Kargil to PAdun.
Hi Pankaj – You can’t make a round trip to Padum in a day. The farthest you can plan to go and be back is Rangdum.
[…] The back seats are less comfortable, you cannot open the windows for air not to take photos, we will know better next time. The road goes over a pass called Pensi La. There are very nice views on disappearing glacier, mountains Kun & Nun and much more. (You can read about this road much more details here https://vargiskhan.com/log/kargil-to-padum-travel-guide/) […]
Hi Vargis, Can i take an alto to Padum. I have been to Pang Gong and Nubra Valley in my 2007 model Maruti Alto. Please advise !
Hi Ling, If you have driven your Alto to Pangong and Nubra then yes, you can easily bring it to Padum as well.
We are visiting Suru and Zanskar valley in second and third week of October 18. I am afraid whether snowfall
will take place at that time and block the road. I will start my journey from Leh.by cab. May i have to take a separate cab from Kargil
Chances of a road block in October are rare and even if it happens, it will be cleared in a few hours or a day at most. Keep a day as buffer in your plan for a just in case situation.
Many thanks, Sir. We will procede then.
Many thanks. We will proceed then
you are welcome
you are welcome
Thank you for the informative and beautiful article.We, a group of senior citizens are planning Zanskar trip in August.We have planned to stay at Panikhar one night, then Padum.We will stay there 3 nights and on our way back we will stay at Rangdum for one night. Is it okay? Will it be too adventurous for the senior citizens?Please suggest an appropriate programme for us.
Hello Ms. Sengupta – You are taking the journey slow so that should help. The only thing I would like to add is the back-breaking bad roads that could be problematic if anyone has any back-related ailments.
Hi, Can I do Kargil- Padum in Chevy Cruze?
I will not recommend it because of the low GC
You are welcome, brother !!!
Hi Varghis, a great blog indeed. Any idea on the private cabs rate from Kargil to Padum?
Thanks Sobhan. A drop from Kargil to Padum will be approx Rs. 10,000; both way will cost about Rs. 15,000
Hello Sir, very nice blog, a detailed information with the name of places that will come on the way and what to visit..I want to know whether any Inner Line Permits are required to visit Padum and Hanumil? Also, if any inner line permit is required then from where we will get it?
Hello Arnab, No permit is needed to visit Padum and Hanumil.
Salam Kabool Karo Vargis Bhai
You have written a great article providing such a detailed information. I have some questions, hope you help me out:
1. Can I put up tent of my own en route Padum for night stay? Is there any concern like wild life, weather or security?
2. Is it possible to book the guest house/home stay etc. in advance.
3. Is it advisable to travel by my own Maruti Brezza to Padum and back to Kargil?
4. I am planning to travel in June, 2018 for 5-6 days. Do you think there will be rush of tourist and can be a problem in getting accommodation?
5. How to book the Govt/PWD rest/guest houses?
Walaikum As-Salam Simanpreet Bhai,
Thank you so much for your kind words.
1. Yes you can pitch your tent but I will recommend doing so near to a dhaba or a local house. Do not pitch it in the middle of nowhere.
2. Yes you can book but I would not recommend doing so. Just reach your destination and negotiate an on the spot deal.
3. Yes you can bring Brezza.
4. There is never much tourist rush towards Zanskar.
5. I do not have knowledge about the J&K PWD guest houses, sorry.
Salam… Vargis Bhai.
I am planning to travel from kargil to padum by bicycle in may. Tell me the weather conditions and how can make it done safely.
Walaikum as-salam Aman Bhai – Weather will be cold and sun will be harsh during day so please prepare accordingly. Rest will depend on how your cycling experience is and how many days you have in hand.
Hello Mr. Khan,
I have a question for which I am very confused. Can you please help me out?
I am planning for a ladkah tour in this August. We will reach Leh from Srinagar by JKSRTC MCV bus which have a night halt at Kargil. Now, in our whole programme we have 2 buffer days. We want to reserve one for Leh itself. So, we were thinking of a short detour for a Day excursion to Suru Valley during the night halt at Kargil. Now, the confusions-
1) Is it possible to visit Suru Valley upto Penji La from Kargil & return on the same day if we stats early, say around 6AM? If yes, then by what time will we return to Kargil?
2) If at all this is possible then how much a private can may cost?
Looking for your help.
Thanks again for your valuable info here.
Hello Mr. Saha,
A day trip to Penzi La and back is possible but you will have to keep your breaks limited. Taxi will cost you about 4 to 5000 depending upon your negotiation skills.
Thank you very much Mr. Khan.
You are welcome Mr. Saha
Hi Vargis, nice one..containing almost all informations about Zanskar. I intended to visit on early June, 2018. Out of this I have something to know. Could you please help me?
1. What would be the approx car cost from kargil to padum with one day halt ?
2. Is the journey safe for children( 6 – 8 years)?
3. What would be the approx accomodation tariff throughout the trip?
4. How many persons are allowed in a car?
If you have any contact for car at Kargil, will you be kind enough to give me the number?
1. Approximately 15 to 17000.
2. You can take your kids but ensure AMS can be a little bit of problem. See the article below for more details.
3. Accommodation is not that costly. Average it out about Rs 1000 to Rs. 1200 per day for a double bed room.
4. 5-6 people in SUV depending on the luggage.
hello vargis bhai,
i need ur help planing my trip to Zanskar. i will reach kargil on 25th aug 2017 and stay at kargil. i need to reach back to kargil on 30th before sunset. can you help me making a itenary?
Hello Deepak – You have plenty of time brother. 26th you can go to Rangdum, stay there for the night. On 27th, go to Padum. Spend 28th in Padum itself and visit the nearby areas of Karsha, Zangla, Hanumil (may have to rent a private cab for this). Find out about the local cabs going to Kargil while you are in Padum. Based on the timings and if there is a direct cab to Kargil that can get you there then spend 29th as well in Padum. If not, then on 29th, go back to Rangdum and then to Kargil on 30th.
I would like to asking about which date in the week that have the bus from Leh to Padum
and for coming back from Padum to Kargil (or to Leh)
Hello Richa – For visiting Padum, I would strongly recommend that you do not rely on the Padum Bus; rather travel by shared taxis that you can board from Leh bus stand. Board any taxi going towards Srinagar or Kargil, stay there for the night and the next day, you will easily find a shared cab from Kargil going towards Padum.
Hi Vargis, thanks for Your good site.
I like to make a trek trough the Suru valley, supportet of a horseman who can cook, and perhaps an extra horse with saddle an stirups.
Can it be arranger from Kargil?
I like homestays for some nights, but plan to stay in tent.
I guess that a trail exsist still, dont like to walk on paved road?
Plan is to trek until the other side of Pensi La and then find some transport to Padum.
What do you say? Can it be arranged. Time is summer 2018
Hello Ole, Yes this arrangement can be made in either Leh or Kargil. There are several trails that you can take across Suru Valley avoiding the paved road.
Hi Vargis, Could you please answer to my below questions?
1. Can I rent a bike from Kargil?
2. Can I start in the morning, visit Padum and return the same day by night? May be by Bike or by Taxi, which ever is available.
3. If you say bikes are available. Do you have some contacts for pre-booking? And whats the cost approx?
1. Yes you can
2. No you cannot. It is not the distance but the road conditions. Starting early from Kargil, keeping breaks limited, rushed journey will still not see you at Padum any earlier than 2 PM.
3. I am sorry but I do not have any at Srinagar. I have a contact in Srinagar that I can guide you to. You can speak to him and see if he is able to help you with bikes in Kargil. Let me know.
Thanks for detailed information. We four will be reaching Leh on 30/09/2017 & after acclimatization we will start for Padum on 3rd or 4th Oct.2017. Can you please inform about the probable climatic condition during that time & staying arrangement at Rangdum and Padum. We also propose to go to Phuktal monstry. We need your advice.
Hi Kaushik – It will be start of winter at that time here and will be very cold, but to the level that it cannot be managed. Just carry proper clothes to keep you warm and you will be Ok. Phugtal Monastery is a trek, let me know what help you need.
I plan to cover rangdum only on BIKE. Just confirm the road conditions and also confirm the actual time( not going as per Google map )
Hey Kartik – Kargil to Rangdum is about 5-6 hours. Road until Sankoo is good but after that it is a dirt trail all the way till Rangdum.
Can we get taxi from kargil to padam with all sightseeing and back to kargil. We will stay two night in padam one night rungdm and back to kargil. What will be expected cost? Whether you can provide contact no of driver.
Yes you can. Kargil to Padum taxi fare is approximately Rs. 10,000 per taxi for one way (drop to Padum) and Rs. 15,000 for two-way journey (Kargil to Padum to Kargil) but this is for 2 days. If you are also planning to prolong your stay, then this taxi won’t work. Best that you take a cab from Kargil for drop to Padum, then hire another cab there for local sightseeing and your return journey.
What is the cost estimate for hiring a cab to go from Kargil to Padum? How do you find reliable transport (or even another cab) to leave Padum?
Kargil to Padum taxi fare is approximately Rs. 10,000 per taxi for one way (drop to Padum) and Rs. 15,000 for two-way journey (Kargil to Padum to Kargil).
I am sorry but are you asking for taxi in Padum for local sightseeing in areas around in your second question? Or for return journey to Kargil? There are several taxi operators in Padum that you can talk to. There rates are standard so you will end up paying pretty much the same, no matter who you book with. If you are interested, I can speak with my contact in Leh and see if he can provide a taxi driver’s name in Kargil, let me know.
Great article … such detailed information .. thank you so much. it definitely helped me plan my zanskar trip to next year better. One question though … Is there a place to stay for the night in Hanumil?
Thanks Surya. No place to stay in Hanumil, you will have to return to Padum.