Leh Ladakh Travel Guide


Isolated from the outside world and a master of hospitality, a home away from home, that is how Ladakh feels to most travelers. Leh, the largest town of Ladakh district is known as the land of high passes and is inhabited by a large Buddhist even Tibetan population. Ladakh looks beautiful in its ruggedness, with null vegetation on brown hills. The predominant mountain range is Zaskar, with a desert mountain terrain. Small settlements, idyllic monasteries and beautiful stupas are found in plenty on the side of the road while driving through Ladakh. Thiksey monastery and Namgyal stupa to name a few, Thiksey monastery was built in the essence of Potala Palace of Lhasa and is the largest one present in central Ladakh.

The two large lakes or Tso are Tso Moriri and Pangong Tso both of which deserve a day spent on its banks. The off beaten path to the far away Nubra Valley is one of the least traveled corners of India but it holds the surprise of the unknown. Even this sparsely populated place has a lot for shopaholics, ladakhi art works, handicrafts, handlooms, souvenirs and much more. Ladakh is the perfect place for adventure enthusiasts and romantics.
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