Leh Ladakh Tourism :- The snow desert of Ladakh can be seen in a full energetic atmosphere during the festivals. If you want to enjoy several cultural performances, exhibitions and Buddhist rituals, travel to Leh Ladakh from March to October. Geographically, the best part of Leh Ladakh is that it is bordered by two of the world’s most spectacular mountain ranges – the Great Himalayas and Karakoram. In addition to this, the Zanskar collection also adds more beauty to the place. The Charm of Lakes People believe that Ladakh was once covered through an extensive lake system. Remains of these lakes can still be observed on the southeastern plain of Rupshu and Chushul. On your Ladakh tour, you can visit Tso-Moriri, Tsokar and Pangong Tso lakes, which are the most picturesque elements of the area. Winter snowfall is the main source of water for these lakes.
Religious attraction These high mountains are known for the world’s oldest Buddhist monasteries / Gompas. Currently, several Buddhist monks and nuns live, study, and practice their faith here. These are the best places to visit & amp; admire Buddhist art and architecture. Hemis, Namgyal Tsemo, Sankar, Shanti Stupa, Thiksey, Likir, Spituk, Lamayuru and Shey are some of the most popular monasteries in Ladakh. Arts and Crafts Shopaholics can buy quality silver, brass and copper items from Ladakh. But these are not made by local artisans but are imported from Kashmir and other areas. Tea and Chang pots, hookkah bottoms, bowls, pashmina scarves and rugs are several other products that are available at reasonable prices in Leh-Ladakh. Local artisans are experts in making Thangka paintings. Adventure sports Leh Ladakh tourism is especially meant for adventure. Exciting and exciting sports are simply unmatched. People can go hiking, rafting, rafting, mountaineering, cycling, camel safaris, polo and archery under the guidance of experts. The Ladakh Travel Guide will also take you to some of the highest passages known for hiking in Ladakh. The place has been known for centuries as ‘Passes Land’ (literally ‘La’ means Pass and ‘Dakh’ means Land). Places like Drass, Zanskar and the Suru Valley in the northern Himalayas receive heavy snowfall in winter, but the sky is clear and the sun shines more than 300 days a year