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Ladakh “ the land of high mountains” is a mountainous region in north India. Ladakh is known for remote mountain beauty, studded with monasteries and stupas . Its often referred as “little Tibet”. The rugged valleys and mountains , winding roads coupled with the vibrant cultural life maintain the exuberance and charm of this region . The magic of Leh will beckon you year after year and leave you still wanting more. The moonlike landscapes desert mountains and splashes of lakes and snow peaks , monasteries and stupas make you feel far removed from the world.

Top Destinations In Ladakh

Ladakh is blessed with a number of stunning destinations. From serene monasteries for spiritual retreats to blood pumping adventure sports, Ladakh has it all. Check out the destinations below to plan our next Ladakh tour package


Once the capital of the Himalayan kingdom Ladakh, Leh is known for its stunning scenic locales and Buddhist temples. Barren mountains with brightly painted gompas, fluttering prayer flags, rocky ridges,  add to its overall charm.


Known for its orchards, scenic vistas, Bactrian camels and monasteries; Nubra Valley's landscapes, humongous mountain faces,  a wide variety of colors and musical Shyok river flowing midst the valley will take your breath away at first sight.

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake also known as Pangong Tso is a beautiful endorheic lake situated in the Himalayas, and is one of the biggest tourist attractions. The allure of this lake has attracted people from all over the country and beyond.


Turtuk is physically the closest one can get to Pakistan while in India. It is the northern-most and the “Last village” and is located right at the tippy-top of the Indian map. This quaint town is exotic, breathtaking -almost perfect.

Sham Valley

Sham Valley is one place that always comes highly recommended for sightseeing around Leh. Also known as ‘Apricot valley’, it is home to some of the remotest villages in Ladakh. You can reach here by road or the popular Sham Valley trek.

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