LehLadakhis famous for its unique culture as well as awe-inspiring landscapes. The cold deserts, high peaks filled with snow as well as huge glaciers define the topography of this place. There are also the rivers and lakes which are breath-taking and offer an opportunity for rafting. Other than river rafting and tour, there’s a lot more to do while on a trip to Leh Ladakh.
This festival means the beginning of New Year and is also considered as an essential festival of Ladakh. At the time of the festival, Buddhists of Ladakh make the offerings before the deities in domestic shrines or the Gompas. There’s music with dancing, celebration dinner with friends and relatives, etc. Every year the location and date keep on changing.
It is the popular festival which is celebrated prominently in Leh-Ladakh. It takes place every year in the popular Hemis Monastery. According to the calendar of Tibet, the festival is celebrated on the tenth day of the lunar month and all the dates are only organized by head Lama. At the time of the festival, the locals get dressed in the colorful and bright traditional attire. The festival is must to attend if you are on the trip to Leh Ladakh.
3-Stok Palace Museum
The four-story palace which is of the royal family of Ladakh is situated at the short distances across the Indus River which is near to Leh. This was the official residence of the royal family of Ladakh which got constructed in 1814. More than 80 rooms can be seen here and only 5 of them are open for public use.
Located at the altitude of 18,378 ft. above the level of the sea, this place makes you feel as if you are on the top of the world. This was believed to be the highest motor pass all over the world but the facts have proved that it is among the highest motor passes in India.
It is the banks of the river which is situated near the Shey Monastery in Leh. It is situated 10 km upstream from the Indus River; it gets originated from Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake in Tibet. The rocky terrains, mountains as well as rivers in this region are the sight to behold. Visit this place while on a trip to Leh Ladakh to experience the cultural sight.
Nubra Valley is the place which catches the tourist’s enthusiasm and it is also one of the best trekking goals. Like any other place of Ladakh, Nubra desert is high in height with the lack of vegetation except for the river banks. The place is also called the Orchard of Ladakh.
The monastery was founded in early 15th century. It stands behind the Leh Palace and you may enjoy the full view of Leh. While on a trip to LehLadakh, experience the rich collection of ancient wall paintings and manuscripts.
It is the wealthiest as well as biggest monastery in Ladakh. It stands on the western bank of Indus river. It also has the rich collection of ancient relics.
The monastery is located inLadakh between the Kha-le-che and Bodhkharbu on a rocky mountain. It belongs to the red-hat sect of Buddhism and is the house of 150-160 Buddhist monks. A trip to LehLadakh give you the opportunity to explore masked dance which takes place on 17th and 18th of 5th month of Tibetan lunar calendar.
The monastery was founded in 11th century and consist of many shrines inside the complex. At present, the monastery is the house of around 120 Buddhist monks.
The valley forms the foundation of the Kargil district and is one of the beautiful destinations in Ladakh. It is situated in the northeastern foothills of Himalayan region. Tourists in large number throng to the place to spend their holidays.