The rugged landscape of Ladakh is dotted with monasteries. Along with religious and cultural significance, these beautiful monasteries like Lamayuru, Mulbekh, and Hemis attract visitors for their majestic architecture.
The natural beauty of all of Ladakh's fascinating spots is undoubtedly eye-catching. However, you will get a glimpse of heaven, when you witness the rivers Zanskar and Indus merging near the scenic Nimmu valley.
Nubra Valley has mesmerised many adventurists and travellers across the globe—so, it is safe to say that a Ladakh tour will be incomplete if you don't visit the Nubra Valley.
While Pangong Tso is the most popular lake in Ladakh, Tso Moriri is the largest high altitude lake located in India. Pangong Tso will bless you with its breathtaking view, while Tso Moriri's beauty and serenity will leave a mark on your memories.
The famous Magnetic Hill, located at a distance of 30 km from Leh and the Leh-Kargil Highway, is a stairway to heaven for many bikers and travellers.
Ladakh has a plethora of options when it comes to adventure activities, including camping and trekking. Routes such as the Chadar trek, Stock Kangri, Markha Valley, Nubra Valley, and Padum to Darcha route are very popular.