Places to Visit in Ladakh

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Ladakh is one of the most talked-about tourist destinations in India and tourists from all across the country visit Ladakh each year. There are several Ladakh packages that one can be book online such that all that top-listed attractions of this mountainous region can be explored. The place boasts rich Buddhist-Tibetan culture along with some attractions like monasteries, mountain passes, valleys, lakes, etc. as well.

  1. Zanskar Valley – Zanskar Valley is conveniently situated in a remore zone of Ladakh. It is a well-known tourist attraction that features wide scenic landscapes and sceneries. There are several cave monasteries here that attract several tourists each year. Also boasting various trekking trails and opportunities for river rafting, this place grabs the attention of adventure seekers too.
  2. Pangong Tso Lake – Pangong lake is a marvelous blue water lake nestled at an elevation of 4350 meters. It extends upto Tibet and uniquely changes its color time and again from blue to grey and even green. Owing to its marvelous setting, it has been a spot for the shoot of various Bollywood films including 3 idiots.

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  3. Kargil-Kargil is a small yet beautiful town in Ladakh’sKargil District. It is the place where the India-Pakistan war of 1999 was fought. It is Ladakh’s second-largest town. Owning a height of 2676 meters, the town of Kargil is beautifully nestled on the banks of the river Suru.
  4. Khardung La Pass –Khardung La Pass features an elevation of 18,379 feet and is India’s highest motorable pass. It lets one enter the Shyok and Nubra Valleys an offers traveling via twisted roads through valleys up the mystic mountains. To ride on the highest motorable pass is on the bucket list of several travelers from all across the country.

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  5. Nubra Valley – A drive to Nubra Valley from Leh boasts the spectacular views of Ladakh. Nestled in the north-eastern side of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is renowned for its scenic beauty and peaceful aura. It is a cold desert featuring sand dunes. The Nubra River and Shyok River come together to form Nubra Valley which further keeps Karakoram Ranges and Ladakh separate.
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