Leh Ladakh Tourism ;-The best thing about Leh Ladakh is that the whole country is full of invaluable Himalayan heritage. In the middle of the beautiful desert of snow lies the small village of Alchi, famous for its isolation. The village is about 67 km from Leh, and looks more beautiful as it is located on the banks of the Indus River. Tourists flock to this popular destination as it is one of the most important cultural destinations in the Himalayas. Top Attractions If you want to experience the typical village of Ladakhi, Alchi is the perfect place for your holiday in Leh-Ladakh.
Monasteries Alchi Monastery is not only one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh, but is also known for its murals and frescoes dating back to the 13th century. In addition to this, you can also visit the nearby monasteries of Shey, Thiksey and Heminen on an Alchi tour. Buddhist images, tangkhas, murals and sculptures are visited in these ancient Buddhist places. Festivals Hemis is a three-day festival celebrated at Hemis Monastery each year in June. This is a time to enjoy the best forms of Ladakhi cultural art and living traditions. Secondly, the Ladakh Festival is celebrated for fifteen days each year and hosts a variety of events and sports. Disguised dances, polo and archery competitions are a few of them. The Shopping Alchi market is full of a huge range of handicrafts. Pashmina scarves and other wool products are quite popular here. June to September is considered the best time to visit the village of Alchi. It is an ideal time to enjoy the beauty of the snowy peaks and go hiking