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Ladakh lies in the north-east region of India and is surrounded by the world’s highest mountain ranges, Karakoram and Great Himalayas. The scenic grandeur of entire Greater Himalayas is unmatched, but the mystical aura of the cold desert lends an ethereal charm to the rugged mountain ranges of Leh Ladakh. The varied topography encompassing towering mountains and undulating valleys have no comparison. The stillness of the barren brownish grey mountains gives a mystic charm to the environment that surpasses the visual splendour of the most enchanting landscapes.
Experience the adventurous thrill as you cut through gorges while rafting through the untamed Zanskar river. River rafting in Ladakh is one of the challenging water sports in India
Sitting majestically on a hilltop in Ladakh is a Buddhist white domed stupa called the Shanti Stupa. It was built to promote world peace considered a symbol of the ties between Japan and Ladakh.
Nestled between the stunning mountains of the cold desert, there is a vantage point where the picturesque Sangam of Zanskar and Indus river can be witnessed.
Visit the Nubra Valley desert which is among the snowy hills and Go on a fun bumpy safari on the back of a Bactrian Camels which are only found in Ladakh
Witness the strange, gravity-defying phenomenon of the Magnetic Hill. Visit the place where gravity takes a backseat.
Cross over Khardungla Pass- the highest motorable road in the world. It offers astonishing views of the twisting roads up the mountain and the beautiful valley.
Alchi Monastery is considered as one of the oldest Buddhist learning centers in Northern India. This holy monastery is situated in the bank of Indus River.
Get ready for a full day tour of Indus Valley where you visit major attractions like Shey Palace, Thiksey Monastery and Hemis Monastery which is India's wealthiest monastery.
Meet the local Ladakhi’s and enjoy intriguing conversation about their culture and traditions.