Things to do in Ladakh
There are countless things to do in Ladakh, but we have picked some important that you have to do in Ladakh
About Ladakh:- Comfortably seated 3000 meter above sea level between the gigantic Karakoram and other Himalayan ranges, in the northern region of India happens to be a holiday destination reputed both nationally and internationally for the scenic splendor of the mountains and its immaculate valleys, combined with the effervescence of its cultural life, makes Ladakh is a sought after undiscovered destinations; an quest to feed the soul and embalm the soothing senses.
Roving in Ladakh’s roads and passing the extremely high altitude mountain passes, visiting emerald lakes and exploring this primal region is best experienced through jeep safari.
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2. Explore Hidden Beauty-Trekking
Ladakh is bliss for those who search trekking routes to gain the adrenaline rush. It offers a plethora of trekking tour for travelers and one of the main reasons that adventure zealots from all corners head to Ladakh.
Some popular treks include Lumayuru to Darcha trek, Ripchar Valley trek, Padum to Darcha trek, Lumayuru Stok Kangri, Markha Valley trek etc
3. Experience Fun and Adventure- River Rafting
The option for River Rafting in the Zaskar Mountains, amid Padum and Nimo, is the most challenging yet exciting one. It is most suitable for white water rafting.
4. Biking in Ladakh
Relish Bike Ride to Ladakh via World’s Highest Pass “khardungla” which lasts over 15 days, and the bikers cover 2000 kilometers and more of impeccable mountainous terrain.
For all the sky loving persons and the adrenaline addicts paragliding in Ladakh is a must. The view that you get from the top while soaring in the sky is breathtaking.
6. Go with the snow with Skiing
The sharp sky of the region incites every individual to beckon a paragliding experience in the Khardung La range.
The sport is approvingly addictive and is guaranteed to give an adrenaline rush.
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7. Explore Wildlife in Ladakh
Wildlife sanctuary known as “Hemis National Park” which extends to over 4,000 square kilometers, is now the largest national park in India and habitats more than 200 snow leopards, four species of wild sheep and goats, including the Great Tibetan Sheep, Robin Accentor, Brown Accentor and the Himalayan Snow Cock are among others. Litter and clamor free environment marks bird watching a pleasant experience altogether.
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8. Visit Pangong Tso Lake
Pangong Tso Moriri Lake, situated in Changthang region of Ladakh, is one of the holy, calm and picturesque high-altitude lakes in India. Moreover, it is the biggest high altitude lake in the Indian Terrain.
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9. Ladakh Prayer Wheel
The most unique thing about the Buddhist monasteries is the existence of prayer wheel ubiquitously in Ladakh.
It exemplifies the belief of the Ladakhi people who despite of its uncongenial circumstances lead a cheerful life and never miss any chance to celebrate life.
10. Hall of Fame in Leh
You should glance through the Ladakh Hall of Fame, a museum built by the Indian Army for the martyrs. It enshrines all war memorabilia, mostly related to the Siachen and Kargil War.
It also incorporates emotive biographies of defense officials, vital photographs and wide-ranging armory of weapons.