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Chadar Trek

This is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the Ladakh region. The Zanskar River freezes in the winters and people have to walk on the frozen river to reach the Nerak. This trek is a famous winter trek that starts from Chilling, from where the river starts freezing.

Things to do:

  • The thrill of walking on the frozen Zanskar River

  • Camping in the cave along the river

  • Enjoy the enchanting and untouched beauty of the valley

  • Catch a glimpse of the snow-capped mountains

Zanskar Valley

Lying in the remote corner of Ladakh, Zanskar Valley is a pristine hill retreat with wonderful Tibetan-style monasteries, surrounded by snow-covered mountainous peaks. Strong Buddhist culture and picturesque landscape are the two allures

Things to do:

  • Camping at the Penzella Pass.

  • Visit the Gelugpa monastery at Karsha Village.

  • Admire the mural art at Labrang.

  • River rafting from Serchu to Nyimu via Padam.

Lamayuru Town

With a dreamy moon-like landscape, the quaint Lamayuru town lies sandwiched between Leh and Kargil. A sight to behold, it has crater type yellowish-orange formation in the brown colored soil. The beauty of this town cannot be described in words

Things to do:

  • Stay in a homestay.

  • Visit the 11th century Lamayuru Monastery.

  • Marvel at the moon-like landscape.

  • Explore the place.

Tso Moriri Lake

Nestled at an isolated spot in the greater Himalayan ranges, the pristine Tso Moriri Lake is known to be the largest alpine lake in India. Located at an altitude of over 15000 feet above the sea level in the rugged landscape.

Things to do:

  • Camping in Korzok, a nearby village

  • Relish wondrous sunrise

  • Click memorable photographs

  • Savor the peace and beautiful scenery

Diskit Monastery

The list of sightseeing places in Ladakh can never be complete without the mention of Diskit Monastery. Dressed down in white, the gompa is Nubra Valley’s oldest and largest monastery. It just takes one visit to feel enlightened as the aura is soothing and healing. Diskit Monastery was founded in the 14th century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, an ardent disciple of Tsong Khapa, founder of Gelugpa.Visit this Monastery with Best of Ladakh Package.

Things to do:

  • Take blessings of the iconic statue of Cho Rinpoche.

  • Marvel at the 106 feet long statue of the Jampa Buddha atop a hill below the monastery.

Pangong Tso Lake

Placed at a height of 4350 m on the Indo-China border, Pangong Lake is one of the most popular attractions in Ladakh. Also known as the Hollow Lake or Pangong Tso, this is one of Asia’s largest saltwater lakes. It covers an area of approximately 100 km.

Things to do:

  • Be a part of the ice skating festival.

  • Enjoy bonfire as you stay at Pangong Retreat Camp, Ladakh

  • Capture the stunning sunrise in your cameras.

  • Indulge in Bird watching including seagulls, ducks, and cranes.

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