Words are never enough when you talk about the beauty of Ladakh. Picturesque landscapes, snow-capped mountain ranges and towering peaks, Ladakh is one destination that has made it way to every traveller’s bucket list. Ladakh Tours never disappoint when it comes to exploring this beauty-rich place called paradise!
If you’re considering a break in the mountains, then ensure you make the time to visit these places in Ladakh:
A water reservoir that is around 134 kilometres long, the Pangong Lake extends from India to China. Situated in the wide range of the Himalayas, the drive to Pangong isn’t one you’ll forget in a hurry. Bird-eye views, and passing over the world’s third highest motorable mountain pass is a memory to cherish forever.
Royal Leh Palace
A 17th century royal palace that was built by King Sengge Namgyal, the Royal Leh Palace is a massive nine-storey edifice. Enjoy spectacular views of the town of Leh from above. The royal palace houses a museum that has a huge collection of different kinds of jewellery, ornaments and royal crowns. Don’t miss this one out if you’re visiting Ladakh.
Tso Moriri Lake
Another magnificent lake that’s sits at a height of about 15,000 feet, the Tso Moriri Lake is situated inside the Changtang Wildlife Sanctuary and is a scenic fresh water lake. Declared as a wetland reserve, sighting different bird species is something to look forward to.
Are you a hard core trek lover? Then Zanskar Valley is just for you. A quiet remote village that is home to mainly Buddhists, it is a peaceful, isolated place to visit. Surrounded by the Zanskar mountain ranges and the Himalayan ranges, this valley is known for the famous Chadar trek, where crazy trek lovers come here to the frozen river and live around it for days.
Known as the ‘Valley of Flowers’, a journey to the Nubra Valley will take you across the Khardung La Pass, considered to be the highest motorable road in the world! This little valley is the perfect holiday destination for road trip lovers and backpackers. On your way here, you will find the rare Bactrian camel that has two humps. Here, you will be able to enjoy shopping for Tibetan artefacts, fruits and warm clothing. Beautiful Buddhist monasteries are also something to look out for.