With Leh Ladakh tour packages, travellers can explore the land of valleys amidst lofty peaks, white snow-clad Himalayan and Karakoram ranges, Indus and Zanskar Rivers. Paradise for trekkers, Ladakh is an intriguing and delightful destination for all types of travellers. It features befitting venues for a number of adventurous sports such as skiing, paragliding, trekking and others. Here is a list of 10 attractions that are an integral part of the Leh Ladakh tours.
Leh Palace, a magnificent nine-storey structure, was built in the 17th century by the king Sengge Namgyal. Travellers can enjoy panoramic view of the town of Leh and Stok Kangri, and Indus River from this palace. They can also explore the museum here that exhibits a wide collection of dresses, crowns, jewelleries, ornaments and a number ages old paintings.
This beautiful valley amidst lofty mountains and deep gorges is delightful to see. By booking Leh Ladakh tour packages, travellers can enjoy quality time with their friends and family amidst nature. The Zanskar River flowing through the valley is one of the most soothing sights to see.
Khardung La Pass
Following on the trail from Leh to Nubra Valley, Khardung La Pass, at an altitude of around 18380 feet, is one of the highest motorable road in the world. With Leh Ladakh tour packages, travellers can admire the beauty of nature while treading through this pass. They can also explore Nubra Valley which is around 150km away from Leh.
Located at height of around 4267 metres, this stupa sits on a hilltop in Chanspa. It was built in 1991 by Gyomyo Nakamura – a Japanese Buddhist bhikshu.
Around 47 km from Leh, Hemis Monastery is the biggest monastery in the Ladakh, and is managed by Dugpa Kurgupta order. Perched on a green hillside, the monastery was founded in 1630. It houses a copper statue of the Lord Buddha, gold and silver stupas and sacred thankas. With Ladakh packages, travellers can visit Hemis National park located near the monastery, which is home to many endangered animals including snow leopard.
Pangong Tso Lake
This unending lake transverses international boundary to stretch from India to Bhutan. It is a favourite camping spot for tourists, who book Ladakh packages.
The hall of Fame
Ladakh tour packages may include a visit to the Hall of Fame, which was built in honour of the struggle of the Indian army during the Kargil War of 1999. This museum displays the weapons, which were used in the war, also exhibits the belongings and outfits of the enemy soldiers that were left behind.
Availing Ladakh packages is a great chance to explore the land of mystery that never halts to thrill travellers.