Breathtaking Landscapes from the hinterland of LEH and LADAKH : Everyone's dream trip
The Ladakh region is nestled in between the Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges.
LADAKH is a high land beauty near the border of India & Tibet. Ladakh is also known as '
The Land of the Mystic Lamas', '
The Broken Moon land', or '
The Last Shangri-La'. It is also known as '
Little Tibet' as it has many similar cultural & geographical aspect with Tibet.
Ladakh weather does not surprise tourists for its extreme unpredictable pattern. Temperature varies from -20 degrees to 22 degrees Celsius throughout the year, this high-altitude place provides very dry air, directly exposed sunlight and harsh cold to its tourist and inhabitants most of the times
Ladakh is in state of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The distance of Ladakh from Delhi is 613Km on Air and 1258Km by road. The preferred way to travel Ladah is to take either Go Air or State transportation Bus.
It is untouched by the hustle and bustle of people and does not boast of a torrid city life. In its serene demeanour, it impresses with its beauty studded with lakes, snow-capped mountains, green patches of land, bright blue skies and unimaginable terrains. If Kashmir is the Paradise on Earth then Ladakh is no less in terms of sheer scenic beauty. Nubra valley, the lakes- Tsokar, Tsomoriri and Pangong of the Ladakh region are the most beautiful parts of Ladakh.
Ladakh is a place like no other. The beauty of the place can’t be expressed in words. Visiting Leh Ladakh can be a great experience as these places have a bounty of natural beauty. There is a bundle of attractions in Leh Ladakh, that are filled with extreme pristine beauty. Ladakh, with a unique characteristic that is a blend of Indian, Tibetan as well as Buddhism linings, is a place which is worth paying a visit to.
Without a doubt, Zanskar valley is one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh. It is amongst the most desolate places in the Himalayan range. The steep terrains covered with snow reflect the heavenly skies. The tributaries of the Zanskar River are famous for seasonal
white river rafting. The
Zanskar, Ladakh places of interest are surely among those
must visit places in Leh Ladakh that you just cannot afford to miss while you’re in Ladakh!
Pangong Tso Lake
Remember the breathtakingly beautiful lake from 3 Idiots where Kareena Kapoor confessed her love? It’s
Pangong Tso, a lake amongst the popular tourist attractions in Leh Ladakh is situated on the Changtang plateau in eastern Ladakh region. The lake offers an awesome site for camping and is the current hotspot for all people traveling to Ladakh. To avoid the crowd, you can visit this place during the off-season!
A trip to Leh Ladakh is incomplete without a visit to Kargil. This is the second largest town in Ladakh, situated on the banks of Indus River. It is a transit hub with roads leading to Leh, Padum (Zanskar) and Srinagar. Also, it is a haven for adventure enthusiasts as they can enjoy sports such as trekking and mountaineering.
Featured as one of top 5 places in Ladakh,
Nubra valley, a tri-armed valley towards the northeast. The sand dunes of the Nubra Valley offer the tourists Arabian Nights like experience. Nubra valley is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Leh Ladakh for its two-humped camels. So, be sure to check out this one while you’re out and about in the scenic land of Leh!
One of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh is
Magnetic Hill. The science behind the phenomenon is unknown but it has been observed that if you leave your vehicle at the base of the hill with the brakes unlocked, it will start moving uphill slowly on its own. Magic? Definitely not. It’s simply the superpowers you get when you reach this place.
Ladakh is known as the land of the monks and monasteries. Spituk is one of the many tourist places to visit in Ladakh. This is famous for its beautifully carved location at the top of a hill. The winds at the night, however, may chill you to the bones. Make sure you pack a few extra warm clothes to be comfortably cozy to visit one of the most serene
places to go in Leh Ladakh.
One of the most famous
Buddhist monasteries in India, Hemis Monastery is known for its annual mask festival. This is a two-day spiritual celebration taking place on Tse Chu, the tenth month in Tibetan calendar. The festival is celebrated in the memory of Guru Padmasambhava, who is believed to be the Gautam Buddha’s reincarnation.
Royal Leh Palace
Resembling the essence of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, the Royal Leh Palace is situated on a cliff overlooking the charming town of Leh. A prominent symbol of the royal family’s glory living in this town in the old days, this place cannot be missed by any explorer out there! The stunning statue of Buddha at the back of this palace adds more to the charm of this place.
How about walking on a frozen lake? Chadar Trek is one of the beautiful
places to visit in Ladakh such unbelievable and exciting experience. ‘Chadar’ refers to a blanket, because in winter the popular Zanskar River in Leh Ladakh freezes to a blanket of ice. Come to witness the transformation of colors of this frozen river while you trek on it. The mild blue color changes to light yellow when the sun shines directly on it for a few hours in the day. It looks milky white on a moonlit night. The Chadar Trek journey is said to be one of the most adventurous and toughest trek journeys.
And it has many other famous monasteries located over the top regions as Leh is a collection of Buddhist Monasteries.
But a trip to LEH Ladakh is like missing the beauty of INDIA
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