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Discover Ladakh- Rejoice Thrill, Adventure and Nature’s Wonders

When your holiday is all about surreal topography, trekking, camping and exploring unique culture and ethos; travel nowhere except Ladakh. This northern-most region of India is a true picture postcard, displaying natural scenic wonders.

Come, see and plan to discover Ladakh- a slice of heaven on Earth.

Pangong Lake

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Pangong Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Ladakh, which was featured and made famous in Three Idiot movie. The crystal blue water, surrounding barren hills and clear sky make it a real canvas. Large number of migratory birds flock year, every year, hence this is a paradise for bird watchers and ornithologists.

Shanti Stupa

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Shanti Stupa is one of the spectacular Tibetan monuments in Ladakh. This white dome structure, its serenity and the jaw dropping view of the surrounding not only allures spiritual visitors, but travellers of all kinds. Perched on the hilltop of Chamspa, this is an icon of Leh city.

Khardung La

Hiking the mountain pass at 17582 feet which is considered to be one of the world’s highest motorable roads is an experience of lifetime. Khardung La top is 39 km away from the Leh town. Counted as one of the most picturesque places in Ladakh, Khardungla is popular for mountain biking and motor biking expeditions.

Tso Moriri Lake

Surrounded by Rupseo Valley, Tso Moriri Lake is a sight to behold. Regarded as the best nocturnal camping sites, Tso Moriri Lake is one of the highest lakes in the World. A habitat of vibrant aquatic organisms; this place attracts nature enthusiasts and photographers to a great extent.

Leh Palace

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Raised on the image of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Leh Palace was constructed by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century. Leh Palace is nine storied structure and overlooks the Zanskar Mountains, Zanskar valley and Stok Kangri mountains. The upper floors were built for royal families’ while the lower floors were for sub-ordinates and staffs.

Magnetic Hill

Beautifully situated on the Leh-Kargil Highway, about 30 kms from Leh is the surreal and magical Magnetic Hill. This is small highland that challenges the law of gravity and pulls vehicles up the slope. Not only a major tourist attraction, Magnetic Hill is also considered as one of the unexplained mysteries of the World.

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley is sited at the convergence of Shyok and Nubra River, close to Leh. One of the most appealing valleys of India, it is popular for sand dunes, tempestuous rivers, trekking, and camping. Sighting Bactrian camels is also a wonder here. If you are planning a vacation in Ladakh, Nubra Valley should be on your bucket list

Drass War Memorial

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Drass War Memorial or Kargil Memorial was built in the fond memories of martyrs who sacrificed their lives in Operation Vijay. Located at the foothill of Tololing Hill, this war memorial is right on the Srinagar Leh highway and primarily built of pink-sandstone with an epigraph. The war museum in this war memorial displays army insignias, medals and war documents and archives.

 

 

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