Places to visit in Ladakh

Pangong Tso Lake

The Pangong Tso Lake is one of the highest altitude lakes in the world and is filled with saline water. Its color changes from blue to green to red.

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley is Jammu and Kashmir's northernmost region, famed for its scenic vistas, Bactrian camels, and monasteries

Shanti stupa

The Shati Stupa is a white-domed Buddhist monument. The 14th Dalai Lama consecrated the relics of Buddha there, making it a sacred place for Buddhists.

Khardung La Pass

Khardung La pass is a gateway to some of the most enchanting and unexplored landscapes. It is also known as  gateway to the Nubra and Shyok Valley

Thiksey Monestary

Thicksey Monastery is a Tibetan-style monastery located 20km south of Leh. The main attraction is the Maitreya Temple,

Zanskar Valley

Located in the Kargil district to the east of Ladakh (around 105 km) lies the bewitching Zanskar Valley. Its also know as Zahar.

Chadar Trek

It is possible to trek across the frozen Zanskar River in Ladakh during the latter part of January until the end of February, or sometimes even in the first week of March, depending on the weather.

Turtuk is a small village located in the Nubra Valley region of Ladakh, on the banks of the Shyok River. It is a remote and unexplored destination, which opened to tourists only in 2010.


Chang la pass

In addition to being one of the highest motorable passes in the world, Chang La Pass is also popular among bikers. It is a paved road and open to tourists from mid-May to mid-October.

Tso Moriri

It is the largest high altitude lake in India, at 4,595m altitude, and is a twin to Pangong Lake. It is accessible only during the summer months and an inner line permit is required for access.

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