Top 5 Ladakh Festivals : Sindhu Darshan, Losar and more….. India is a land of diversities and the variety in food, culture, and festivals here makes the country an exciting proposition for explorers. To many, Ladakh is just a land enveloped by snow covered peaks and daunting passes. But what they don’t know is that there

The land of passes, Ladakh is probably not the first choice of a travel destination in the winters and you can easily understand why. We will not bore you with cliche explanations of high altitude and -10 to – 30-degree Celsius temperature. If you are going to Ladakh in the winter, you are amazingly brave

It’s become quite a cliche these days for anyone or any bikers club within India and outside to shout Ladakh. Why not? Afterall it has arguably got the world’s highest motorable road. That’s all very nice, thank you, but that’s not all. Here are 5 not so popular facts about Ladakh. (In comparison to its

Ladakh is not without its share of natural, visual marvels and lakes are a big part of its humbling landscapes. Within the modest landmass it occupies, the Cold Desert of Kashmir has 3 beautiful lakes – Pangong Tso Lake, Tsomoriri Lake and Tsokar Lake – each more awe inspiring than the other. In fact, not

The best treks to take in Ladakh include options for all fitness levels and experience, and there are many trekking companies in Leh that offer them if you don’t want to go it alone. These companies provide tents, ponies, guides, and meals. Alternatively, it’s often possible to stay in simple village home-stay accommodations, with meals given. Nubra

Ladakh is a place like no other. Surrounded by two awe-inspiring mountain ranges, Karakoram and the Himalayas, Leh-Ladakh will redefine the concept of natural beauty like you never knew it. If you can take thin oxygen levels and some hardships on a holiday, brace yourself for a roller coaster ride. But before you plan your

Ladakh the land of high passes, snow clad mountains, azure blue lakes is among the world’s highest inhabited plateaus. Trekking in Ladakh offers a vast diversity with its unique landscape and exquisite culture, from the green oasis of the hidden Valleys and Plateaus with abundance of wildlife, nomads, wetlands, pastureland, fresh water springs, streams, and

HISTORY LADAKH  Ladakh’s culture, economy and society has been shaped by many factors – the fact that Ladakh neighbors Tibet in the east, in the north by the Xiniang province of China, in the northwest by Pakistan, in the west by Kashmir and in the south by the Lahaul and Spiti valleys of Himachal Pradesh,

Natural beauty in Ladakh is spread in the racket. From there, how much beauty and joy you can bring in your heart, it depends on your ability and vision. Exciting travel Since the airport has been built for Leh and the road from Leh to Manali is open, the number of tourists going to Ladakh

In Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh is the best place to visit India. Ladakh is considered to be the best place for tourists due to the snow-covered mountains and high cold deserts, flashing lakes and natural beauty . Due to high mountains and rugged land, Ladakh is famous for tremendous sports like trekking, mountain biking, river

Camping spots in Leh-Ladakh You would also love to read our comprehensive article on camping spots in Leh-Ladakh road trips. Camping in the lap of Himalayas is something each one of dream about and when it comes to camping in Leh Ladakh, it becomes a more pristine dream… Camping in Himalayas is considered to be