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Ladakh – The country ‘s adventure capital, is the destination with the world’s top three highest mountain passes. This destination is strongly linked to the Buddhism and culture of Tibet. From architecture to the kitchen, this town has an east view. This is a very famous tourist destination for those who love isolated adventure spots for many outdoor activities.
Why Visit Ladakh

There are unique sightseeing spots here. When it comes to tropical destinations, nothing here is cliché. Explore the city on the back of a yak or enjoy a unique Tibetan shopping experience, meditate in monasteries and taste pink tea alone. 

This ancient wild place stands apart from the lively city life with monasteries that are several centuries old. This is the place for children of heart.


Safari, hiking, camping, mountain biking, rock climbing and shopping are some of the many activities in Ladakh that await you. This white barren ice desert gives your memories a nice touch. Often visited by honeymooners and adventurers, Ladakh is a major tourist destination in India.

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Tourist Places in Ladakh

Alchi Monastery Leh Ladakh

Alchi Monastery, Ladakh

Alchi Monastery is considered to be one of northern India’s oldest Buddhist learning centres. This holy monastery is located on the banks of the river Indus and is 70 km away from Leh, Jammu and Kashmir. According to various researchers, this ancient monastery was built between 958 and 1055 AD by Guru Rinchen Zangpo.

The monastery of Alchi is managed by the monastery of Likir. The monuments preserved in the monastery tell a unique story. The monuments are attributed to a noble Tibetan named Kal-dan Shes-rab in the 11th century. The most important parts of the monastery are the assembly hall or Dukhang, the temple and the chortens in Manjushri.

Diskit monastery

The main and unique attraction of the monastery of Diskit is a gigantic Lord Buddha statue on the top. This popular monastery is located in Ladakh’s Nubra Valley. This famous tourist attraction is considered to be one of Ladakh’s oldest and biggest Buddhist centre. The monastery of Diskit was built by Changzem Tserab Zangpo in the 14th century. The enormous 100-foot statue of Maitra Buddha was inaugurated by the renowned holy priest Dalai Lama, which is the main attraction among many tourists around the globe. Travelers enjoy the wonderful view of the Nubra valley from the top of the monastery where the statue is placed.
Diskit monastery
Hemis Monastery, Ladakh

Hemis Monastery, Ladakh

If you are planning your vacation in Ladakh and are looking for some beautiful tourist attractions, then Hemis Monastery in Ladakh would certainly win your heart. Monastery of Hemis is one of Ladakh’s most popular tourist destinations. The monastery is located on the western bank of the peaceful Indus river. The location is 45 km from town of Leh. It is the largest and most favored monastery in Ladakh, built under King Singge Namgyal in 1672 AD. The Hemis Monastery hosts an annual Hemis Tsechu festival that attracts many tourists from all over the world. Local lamas glorify the victory of good over bad and perform dance wearing holy masks during this colorful day-long festival.

Nubra Valley

This masterpiece of God’s own creation is located on the Silk Road, in the paradise of Jammu and Kashmir, about 140 kilometers from Leh. The valley is embellished by the snaking river Shyok and Nubra and some beautiful monasteries colored with rich golden, red and other shades. To enter the Nubra Valley, you must hand over photocopies of your travel permits to the soldiers in the Khardung la Pass, as the region is currently under military supervision, as the road leads to the base camp of Siachen, which is the world’s highest battlefield. This place is so magnificent that you are captivated by whatever your sight looks like every inch of the land was gracefully graced by some mystical power. And when we talk about these places, we put the Nubra valley somewhere at the top of the list because it is a gem that is beyond the reach of chaos and has been given a great deal of bliss.
Nubra Valley
Pangong Lake, Ladakh

Pangong Lake, Ladakh

A lake is the most beautiful and expressive feature of a landscape. It is the eye of the Earth; the beholder measures the depth of his own nature. Pangong Lake in Kashmir, 14,256 feet above sea level, is the highest Brackish lake in the world. Despite saline water, the lake completely freezes in winter. The Briny or Brackish lake does not support vegetation or aquatic life with the exception of some small crustacés. There are, however, many water birds. The lake serves as a major breeding ground for a wide range of migratory birds such as Brahmani Ducks, rare black necked cranes and Seagulls. The lake appeals to everyone with its shimmering beauty. In short, we can say that Lake Pangong is ” Turquoise Blue Paradise.”

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