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LEH LADAKH

A mesmerising high-altitude desert in the Himalayas, where spirituality and adventure converge amidst stunning landscapes.

Leh Ladakh Attractions

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake

A spellbinding high-altitude lake in Ladakh, India, famed for its ever-changing hues and breathtaking beauty. A spellbinding Himalayan gem, its azure waters mirror the breathtaking beauty of the surrounding mountains, captivating hearts with tranquility.

Khardungla Pass

Khardungla Pass

Conquer the world's highest motorable pass, an adrenaline-pumping gateway to majestic landscapes and thrilling adventures in the Himalayas.

Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill

Experience the mind-bending optical illusion as your vehicle appears to defy gravity and roll uphill, adding a touch of mystery to your Leh Ladakh journey.

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley

An oasis of serenity amidst the Himalayan desert, where sand dunes, lush green villages, and ancient monasteries create a surreal landscape of wonder and tranquility.

Tso Moriri Lake

Tso Moriri Lake

A shimmering jewel of Ladakh, nestled at high altitudes, its crystal-clear waters reflect the majestic mountains, offering a serene and awe-inspiring experience.

Lamayuru Monastery

Lamayuru Monastery

A timeless spiritual haven, perched atop the rocky cliffs of Ladakh, where ancient rituals and captivating murals weave tales of profound wisdom and peace.

Tso Kar Lake

Tso Kar Lake

Discover the pristine beauty of this high-altitude saltwater lake, surrounded by vast plains and snow-capped peaks, where wildlife and tranquility harmoniously coexist.

Shanti Stupa

Shanti Stupa

A symbol of peace and harmony, majestically crowning the Leh skyline, offering panoramic views and a serene ambiance for contemplation and solace.

Thiksey Monastery

Thiksey Monastery

A spiritual masterpiece nestled on a hilltop, adorned with vibrant murals and statues, offering a profound glimpse into Ladakh's rich Buddhist heritage and serenity.

Royal Leh Palace

Royal Leh Palace

A magnificent architectural marvel perched high above Leh, offering a glimpse into Ladakh's royal history, with panoramic views of the city and surrounding landscapes.

Namgyal Monastery

Namgyal Monastery

The spiritual heart of Leh, an ancient and vibrant Buddhist monastery where devotees seek enlightenment amidst the serene and majestic Himalayan surroundings.

Diskit Gompa

Diskit Gompa

A sacred sanctuary nestled in the Nubra Valley, where the towering Maitreya Buddha statue and ancient scriptures invite seekers to embrace spiritual tranquility.

Sangam Point

Sangam Point

Witness the breathtaking confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers, a mesmerising spectacle of merging waters amidst the rugged beauty of Leh Ladakh.

Drass Valley

Drass Valley

A picturesque valley nestled amidst towering peaks, known as the 'Gateway to Ladakh,' where natural beauty and warm hospitality greet every traveler with open arms.

Postcards From Leh Ladakh

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Best Time To travel

Summer - May to September

The temperatures during summer are pleasant during the day making it ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. Most of the roads to Leh Ladakh, including the high mountain passes, are open and accessible during this time.

Autumn - September to October

These are also good months to visit Leh Ladakh, as the weather remains pleasant, and the landscapes start to change colours with the onset of autumn.

Tip:

Due to the high altitude, it's crucial to acclimatise properly and take precautions to avoid altitude sickness, regardless of the time of year you visit.

Currency

Indian Rupee (INR)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time  (UTC +5:30)

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