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Ladakh is highly influenced by Tibet in terms of religion, culture, houses, monasteries, weather, landscapes etc. We can call it cold desert due to low temperature and lack of vegetation in the highlands. Although farming is done in the valleys of Indus and other rivers it is limited.


Ladakh can be accessed by road from Srinagar and Manali. During winter these roads remain closed and flight to Leh is the only way to access. Important tourist places are Leh 11500 feet, Pangong 14000 feet, Nubra 10000 feet, Tsomoriri 14836 feet, Zanskar 20000 feet, Kargil 8000 feet.


Mountains of Ladakh stand as high as 20000 feet and some of the passes of Ladakh are at the height of 16000 feet. Indus is an important river of Ladakh and Leh is situated on its banks. Zanskar is another important river in Ladakh especially tourists. Many tourists and trekkers visit Zanskar valley in winters when the river gets frozen and water flows beneath the ice called ‘chaddar’.


Ladakh, the largest province in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and also a high-altitude desert. Its beauty can be defined with craggy, barren cliffs, never-ending mountains and plateaus. Arid mountains, crowned with large rocks, picturesque gompas, meditational main walls and multi-hued flags are a few of the many sites that embody and personify the appearance of Ladakh. It is a brilliant and undiscovered wonderland of the Himalayas that almost seems fictitious. It is reasoned as heaven by everyone who is desperate to explore the parts of India and has a love for adventure. 


Being located at a high altitude of 8,370 ft from sea level, it is called the ‘land of high passes’ that bestowed the Himalayan ranges a beautiful blend of neutral colors. With immense sweeps of white sand, the variability of the Himalayas can be perceived. Nevertheless, nothing compares to the placid and undisturbed vibes of the lakes. 


The best places to visit in Ladakh can be, Pangong Tso Lake, referred to as the infamous shooting site for Aamir Khan’s 3 Idiots movie. Witness the color changing of lake appearing blue, green and red at different times. You could spend hours in contemplation here, and still not have enough of its attractions. 


Thiksey Monastery, situated to the North of the Indus River on the top of the hill, less than 20km from Leh town, Thiksey Monastery was built in 1430 AD. It is said to be one of the most glorious Buddhist monasteries in all of Ladakh. It will enlighten you about the Buddhist culture, scriptures, etc. In Ladakh, Tibetan Buddhist culture and architecture can be spectacularly seen. It has an influence of Tibet, all religious books and prayers are in the Tibetan language, the monastic orders in the gompas are those developed in Tibet and the gompa artwork is Tibetan in origin which can be seen in Ladakh too. 


Khardung-la Pass, Markha Valley, Nubra Valley and Diskit Monastery are some of the most prominent sights of Ladakh. 

It is a favorite place among adventure sports enthusiasts, offering unique adventures, mountaineering and white-water rafting, trekking biking, safaris, etc. 

At an elevation above sea level, Ladakh is indeed fortunate with unbelievable topography that comprises hilly terrains and lush green grasslands with cold weather. Still unadulterated by modernism, Ladakh is where you will have an experience of life along with the nature and serenity around. 

Tour Plan


Day 1

Arrival in Leh Check in at a hotel. Rest of the day will be for leisure to acclimatize. Drinks lots of fluids and strictly no alcohol for fast acclimatization. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2

Visit Sangam, Gurudwara pathar sahib, Hall of Fame, Magnetic hill Drive to confluence of Sindhu and Zanskar rivers at Nimu. Enroute visit Magnetic Hill and Gurudwara Patthar Sahib. Both these rivers are important life lines of Ladakh. Gurudwara Pathhar Sahib: Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is constructed in the memory of Guru Nanak who visited Ladakh. On your way back, visit Ladakh Hall of fame. Hall of Fame: Hall of Fame in Leh is a must visit for every individual of India. This is a museum constructed by the Indian Army.

Day 3

Day trip to Pangong Lake (approx. 140kms one way) Drive to Pangong Lake on the Indo China border. Enroute you will cross Changla Pass 17590 feet, the third highest motorable road in the world. Pangong Lake: Pangong Lake is a prime tourist attraction. The clean clear blue water of the lake has appeared in many movies. This is a salt water lake and home to many birds. In the evening proceed back to Leh. .

Day 4

Day trip to Khardungla Top Post breakfast drive to Khardungla pass, which is the highest motorable pass in the world at the height of 17580 feet. Return to Leh for dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5

Departure Leave on time for Leh airport to board your flight with memories to cherish till you visit again. For Nubra valley you will require an additional two to three days. One day to reach Valley via Khardung la. Two days to explore valley.
Festivals of Ladakh    Losar: Welcoming The New Year, celebrated across Ladakh in December Sindhu Darshan: Celebrating The Existence Of Indus, celebrated in Leh in June Hemis Tsechu: A Cultural Extravaganza, celebrated at Hemis monastery in July Ladakh Festival: Harvest Symbolizes Prosperity, celebrated across Leh in September Yuru Kabgyat: Victory Of Good Over Evil, celebrated at lamayuru monastery in July Phyang Tsedup: Remembering The Oracles, celebrated at phyang monastery in July August Thiksey Gustor: Honoring The Victors, celebrated in Monasteries of Thiksey, Spituk, and Karsha in October Dosmoche: Celebrating Virtue, All over Leh, Likir, Diskit monasteries in February Matho Nagrang: Of Oracles And Their Blessings, matho monastery in March Stok Guru Tsechu: The Festival Of Commons, Stok and Spituk monastery in february March Saka Dawa Festival: The Holiest Buddhist Holiday, all over ladakh in June Tak Tok Festival: The Festival Of Dancing Lamas, tak tok gompa july     Adventure activities    Rafting , White water rafting is done in the rivers of Indus and Zanskar during summer.   Camel riding at Nubra sand dunes Quad biking at Nubra sand dunes.   Mountain biking or motor biking Manali to Srinagar or Manali to Leh   Trekking Markha valley trek, Stok Kangri trek, Chadar Trek is for young and fit people who have already done high altitude treks in winters. Medical fitness certificate is essential for doing Chadar trek which can be upto one week. If you just want to experience the formation of chadar then you can visit zanskar for day, stay and return the next day.
For most people, summer is the best time to visit Ladakh which is from June to September. From October winter starts which lasts for 8 months.  But snow is what you want to experience and used to wearing multi layer clothes you can visit Ladakh during winters too.     Historical monuments of Ladakh   Sculpture of Drass Rock cut sculpture of Mulbekh Lamayuru monastery Likir monastery Alchi monastery Phyang monastery Hemis monastery Leh palace Old castle tsemo hill Stupa at Tisseru Shey palace
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