Must-See Tourist Attractions Of Ladakh

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Ladakh is a land with extraordinary charm. Surrounded by two of the world’s most fascinating mountain ranges, the great Himalayas and the Karakoram, this destination of India is endowed with captivating geographical features.

Some of the best places in Ladakh are:


Leh, the crown of Ladakh is a famous city known for its mind blowing attractions. The snow-capped mountains, the charming river and the beautiful valleys, all combine to make this tourist destination a big hit with tourists. This land has been the center of Tibeto-Buddhist culture for ages. It is one of the best places for hiking. The Leh Palace whose history dates back to the 17th century is a striking attraction. The beautiful Gompas are the other major attractions here.

It is a legendary Himalayan beauty located on the banks of river Indus. Having rich cultural heritage, it is a small village famous for one of the oldest monasteries of Ladakh, Alchi Monastery. Built in the 11th century, the monastery is decorated with beautiful murals and frescoes.

Nubra Valley
The most fertile land in Ladakh, Nubra Valley teems with flowers. The pleasant weather and natural beauty make this place a popular tourist destination.

Enveloped in natural beauty, this small village is proud of its arresting gompas. Surrounded by the huge mountains, the village is a home to the beautiful Kagyupa monastery, which is one of the largest and oldest monasteries in Ladakh.

Inclined towards adventure, visit Sarchu which is an overnight tented camp on the Manali-Leh highway. The hot spot at this place is the Camp Himalayan Saga with swiss cottage tents.

Zanskar Valley
An interesting fact about this valley is that it receives snowfall for around seven months of the year, which makes it one of the coldest inhabited lands in the world.

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