Ladakh is a dream destination for every traveller. Especially for all us who want to escape the everyday hustle-bustle. Serene Valleys, high mountain passes, quaint villages, beautiful landscape, pristine alpine lakes and snow-clad Himalayan peaks; beauty of this mystical land majorly remains untouched till date.
The serenity of the place invites lots of holiday seekers and nature lovers from different parts of the world to spend relaxing time in the lap of nature. With its plethora of adventure activities of trekking, mountain-climbing, mountain biking, river rafting; the place is a favorite amongst adventure junkies too.
We bring to you a perfect guide to spend 10 days in Leh-Ladakh!
The remotest valley of the Ladakh region, Zanskar is a paradise for adventure junkies; a place where they can indulge themselves in fun of trekking, river rafting and paragliding. Home to one of the toughest and unique treks of the region, the ‘Chadar Trek’, Zanskar Valley invites hundreds of passionate trekkers every year to explore the magic of mystical trails of Zanskar. This place in specific attracts a lot of tourists around the world.
What better place to invoke some thoughts from within to assess yourself in life. It is possibly the most peaceful place on this planet. The nighttime view is even better and a little meditation besides the Stupa might help you get what you came here for.
Breathtaking view of waters of the lake and rocky lakeshore with a stunning backdrop of rugged snow-capped mountains; words fall short to describe the magical beauty of the lake and its surroundings. As you spend few hours in the vicinity of the lake, observe the mystic phenomenon of its pristine waters reflecting multiple hues of blue and green with the changing position of the sun during the day.
Diskit Gompa is the oldest and largest Buddhist monastery in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh, northern India. It belongs to the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. A popular festival known as Dosmoche or the “Festival of the Scapegoat” is held in the precincts of the monastery in February during the winter season, which is largely attended by people from villages of the Nubra Valley since the other regions in Leh are inaccessible during this period due to heavy snowfall.
Mirpal Tso is near to Chusul and is completely isolated. The bed of lake is sandy and south end has fresh water. If your heart is still wanting more after watching the breathtaking beauty of Pangong Tso then you must visit Mirpal Tso.
What are you waiting for? The mountains are calling and we all must go! Plan your trip today!