By Romit Kemprai 01/05/23
Pangong Tso is stunningly beautiful, with azure skies and placid lake water.
Khardung La is the entrance to the Siachen Glacier, as well as the Nubra and Shaksgam Valleys. At an elevation of 18380 feet, it is the worlds highest Motorable road.
Located on the ancient silk route, Nubra Valley is home to picturesque vistas and the world’s most photogenic places to add to your bucket list.
The Magnetic Hill in Leh, for example, is well-known for its defying-gravity phenomenon.
It is a truly unforgettable experience to watch the dawn or sunset from Shanti Stupa, and the monument is just as stunning when lit up by the moon.
The Ladakhi royal family lived in the 17th-century palace. Its medieval architecture makes it a Himalayan cultural icon.
Water rafting, trekking, and paragliding are just a few of the adventure sports that can be enjoyed in this area, which is around 105 kilometers from Leh.
This 11th-century Buddhist monastery attracts tourists from throughout the world. Distance from Leh is around 50 kilometers.
The Hall of Fame museum honors the legacy of the courageous Indian troops who gave their lives protecting India.
The Leh Market has a lot to offer, whether you’re in search of exquisitely woven Pashmina shawls, tasty dried fruits, or a glimpse into the daily lives of the native Ladakhi people.