why one should visit Leh-Ladakh once in a lifetime

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Leh Ladakh famous attractions

Situated in the middle of the epic Himalayas, A land gifted with excess of attractions to visit and spectacular scenes, incredible individuals and culture, Ladakh is really a paradise on Earth. The rough valleys and mountains, winding streets combined with the energetic social life keep up the extravagance and appeal of this district. Surrounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it lies athwart two other, the Ladakh range and the Zanskar range. The moon like Desert Mountains keeps on being an extraordinary goal for adventure searchers and admirers of Buddhism and remarkable mountain vistas.


Ladakh is primarily occupied by individuals of Tibetan succession, prompting a rich Buddhist culture. This is the reason it is home to the absolute most primal monasteries in the country. These Monasteries are considerably more than religious centers. You will locate a few red cap Buddhist priests in every one of these Monasteries with the foundation of a dreamlike view. They are stunning and charming structures that despite the fact that everything holds the Buddhist legacy alive and new. Individuals who have visited these popular Monasteries in Ladakh uncover the contemplation experience which can be felt here.

Magnetic Hill

Ladakh, renowned for its picturesque and challenging terrain, is likewise home to the marvelous Magnetic Hill. Situated at an elevation of 14,000 ft (4.27 km), Magnetic Hill is one of the most interesting spots in the nation. It is situated at a distance of 30 km from Leh city on the Leh-Kargil Highway this is a little tart of street that resists the marvel of gravity. This small hillock is said to oppose gravity as it will in general force vehicles upwards. It is a significant vacation destination in the valley and an ideal refueling break for tired riders preceding onward the roadway.

White Water Rafting

Zanskar River, a distant Himalayan tributary of the Indus harbors one of the most fantastic traversable ravines on the planet. Zanskar River is otherwise called the Grand Canyon of India. White-water rafting which is an amazingly well known game here. White-water rafting on Indus gives staggering perspective on the scenes of Ladakh and Zanskar ranges lodging Buddhist monasteries on high cliffs. This excursion surpasses the desires for most adventure travelers

Hemis National Park

Hemis National Park Is Known for being the biggest national park in South Asia was set up in 1981, to save the diminishing populace of wildlife. The place was named after Hemis Gompa, the popular monastery of Ladakh. The Hemis National Park is the safe home for Tibetan wolf, leopards, red fox, Eurasian brown bear, and Asiatic Ibex among a few other endangered animals. Hemis National Park is known as the Snow Leopard Capital of India. This National Park is home to the absolute fascinating, and uncommon animals and plants.

Adventurous Bike Trips

The beautiful valley of the Himalayas for quite a long time has been called, 'paradise on earth' and welcomes to an energizing Bike Trip. Countries most risky and daring bike trips can be appreciated here at leh for the ideal adrenaline surge more than ever. Reaching out from the Kunlun mountain range to the Great Himalayas toward the south, the supernatural area of Leh-Ladakh highlights stunning scenes to the extent your eye can go. Such trips are amazingly well known in Ladakh and bike ride darlings from India as well as around the globe visit this wonderful spot to fulfill their desire for a pleasant bike ride.

Nubra Valley

A high peak cold desert, Nubra Valley is a couple of hours toward the North of Leh, situated on the old Silk Route; the valley has Shyok and Nubra River winding through it and some lovely monasteries. The valley is available through the world's most elevated motorable street: the Khardung La. It is a lovely valley with a one of a kind scene which likewise offers camel rides on Bactrian Double bumped camels. One of the most renowned monasteries in Ladakh, the monastery of Diskit alongside the Nubra and Shyok River can likewise be found here.


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