Tucked away in a high remote corner of the Western Himalayas, wedged between Tibet and Central Asia, is the evocatively named district of Ladakh–Land of (high) Passes. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Karakoram in the north and the Great Himalaya in the south, it is traversed by two other parallel chains, the Ladakh Range and the Zanskar Range.Once a powerful independent kingdom encompassing much of present-day Western Tibet, Ladakh lay on one of the many important subsidiary routes of the Silk Road connecting the important Central Asian trading posts of Kashgar and Yarkhand with Northern India. There’s a cheerful bustling atmosphere about the place, a surprising range of goods many of which are suitably exotic and that immediately apparent ethnic mix of people and costumes that you would expect of a trading town perched at 11000 feet at the cusp of High Asia.Ladakh is Buddhist country with prayer flags fluttering brightly in the wind and long ‘Mani walls’ covered in exquisitely carved prayer stones, stupas and chortens and large and small Buddhist monasteries called gompas, to be found everywhere. Indeed, one of the most attractive aspects of this region is the contrast between the stone-hard people and the gentle and cheerful Buddhism that they practice.
Delhi- Leh-Nubra-Pangong Tso-Leh
Best time April-September
Arrival Time
13:00 Hrs
Departure Time
10:00 hrs
08 night 09 Days
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Accommodation, Local guide, Entrance to monument and sightseeing and transport.

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