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Gozo is your one-stop shop for hiring or renting chauffeur drive taxi cabs in India. We serve trips for inter-city, airport transfers and even local daily tours. We partner with corporates and travel companies for all road travel needs. Gozo specializes in one-way taxi trips all over India at transparent fares. Gozo’s coverage extends across over 100 cities in India, with over 5000 vehicles, well over 10,000 satisfied customers, the most happy & satisfied customers and over 2 Million kms driven in a year alone. Book by web, phone or app 24x7x365!

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Discount for Return Trip

Get a flat ₹ 200/- discount for return transfer with the same vehicle and the same way.

Cab from Leh To Keylong

Distance: 239 Km
Book a one way or round trip cab from Leh to Keylong at the best prices for a quality service. For Leh to Keylong trip, Cabs available from all parts of Leh, . Worried about your extra luggage? Just inform us and we will arrange for a cab with a carrier for your luggage. Now book a confirmed One-way cab from Leh to Keylong online in four easy steps.


About Leh :




Leh to Keylong : Keylong stretches along the north side of the green Bhaga Valley just below the Manali–Leh road, and it’s an overnight stop for many buses plying that route. Many travellers only see Keylong briefly and in the dark, but a longer stay reveals grand mountain views, a laid-back small-town lifestyle and some scenic walks. The main street, optimistically named the Mall, winds for 1km below and roughly parallel to the highway, with the bus station (New Bus Stand) just above its east end. For tips on day hikes or to arrange longer treks to Zanskar, talk to Amar at Brokpa Adventure Tours, which also has public internet service. At the west end of the Mall is the sort-of-interesting Lahaul & Spiti Tribal Museum, with examples of a thod-pa (part of a skull formerly used by amchis or lamas to store healing or sacred liquids), old dance masks, historical photos and prints, and contemporary shots of the local monasteries.