Things to do: adventure, nature, sightseeing, tours

The former capital of the Kingdom of Ladakh, Leh possesses a historic old town area marked by stupas, monasteries, and traditional mud-brick houses. Get a sense of the local culture at Alchi Monastary and Basgo gompa. Get in touch with nature at Zanskar the Virgin Valley and Pangong Tso. There's much more to do: take in the spiritual surroundings of Spituk Monastery, get outside with Tanglang La, paddle through the water with a kayaking and canoeing tour, and admire the landmark architecture of Stakna Monastery.

Ladakh  On the off chance that you're searching for a remarkable life time understanding, Ladakh is your goal! The intriguing Pangong Tso, the marvelous silver sand ridges of Hundar, stunning perspectives of the Shanti Stupa, the high-octane surge of stream boating, and the tranquil religious communities on the way, nature has rendered a mysterious and incredible scene in Ladakh. It's known for its outrageous deserts, blue waters, solidifying winds and icy masses too. 

The blue skies and the crisp mountain air around are only forerunners to a standout among the most astounding occasions of your life. Utilize the main day to adjust and abstain from anything strenuous.

Regardless of whether it is the Hemis Monastery with the tall Buddha statue or different stupas made of gold and silver with Tibetan thangkas, there is an ongoing theme of serenity going through them. Visit the Thiksey Monastery, the biggest in Ladakh, to appreciate its conventional Tibetan design. Come evening, put in some more quiet minutes at the Shanti Stupa, and make a beeline for the town for a customary Tibetan dinner.  

Nubra

The most differentiating scenes in Ladakh are Nubra Valley and the Hundar Desert in its heartland. The drastically changing vistas over the 6-hour drive through the Khardung La (most astounding motorable go on the planet) should be seen to be accepted! Set off to encounter the shiny eminence of the Hundar Sand Dunes ideal in the midst of the delicious valley, and meet the uncommon twofold bumped camels. You could even appreciate a ride and visit Maitreya Buddha, Samstaling Monastery, Panamik Village, and Yarab Tso Sumur, Diksit and Turtuk.  

Pangong Lake

Wake up and appreciate another neighborhood breakfast—Khambir, a customary bread eaten with apricot stick and presented with the conventional spread tea – and head on a round-trip journey by means of the Chang La Pass to the Pangong Lake. It's a strange ordeal viewing the supernaturally lovely lake with unemotional mountains around changing hues as the day progressed. Absorb the air.

Tso Moriri

The lake is at an elevation of 4,522 m (14,836 ft). It is the biggest of the high elevation lakes altogether inside India and totally inside Ladakh in this Trans-Himalayan bio geographic district. It is around 16 miles (26 km) north to south long and a few miles (3 to 5 km) wide. The lake has no outlet at present and the water is harsh however not truly noticeable to taste.

Lamyuru

Known as a Moonland of Ladakh. Lamyuru Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist religious community in Lamyuru, Leh area, India. It is arranged on the Srinagar-Leh roadway 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) east of the Fotu La at a tallness of 3,510 meters (11,520 ft)

Leh

Shopping, historic sites, sightseeing
Visit for: 3 days

Nubra Valley

Adventure
Visit for: 1 day

Zanskar the virgin valley

Adventure, Sightseeing
Visit for: 1 day

Hamis monastery

Culture, sightseeing, tours, Historical
Visit for: 1 day

Basgo Gampa

Historic sight, Religious
Visit for: 1 day

Magnetic Hill

Nature, leisure
Visit for: 1 day

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