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If turquoise blue waters lure you, if the thought of reaching the highest motorable road in the world excites you, if riding a camel in the middle of a cold desert tempts you, then all you need is a little bit of Ladakh!

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Manali – Leh Road

If you love surprises, this 475 kms long driver’s paradise is definitely not going to disappoint you. Catch your breath as you drive through five high (over 17000 feet) altitude passes. Enjoy the awesome scenery of endless snow capped and colourful mountains, cross the Gata Loops, a challenging and dizzy road with 42 hair pin bends, drive through deep valleys and quaint villages.


Leh Town

Reclaim your life amidst this heaven on earth. Experience the rich cultural heritage and honesty in this pure “land of monks and monasteries”. You have much to see and do in this capital town of Ladakh. Get high on adrenalin and go river rafting on Zanskar or Indus River. If you feel this is too much of an adventure, give your nerves some rest and relax at the Shanti Stupa, visit Leh Castle and feel the dominance of the surrounding mountains.


Nubra Valley

Do you know the difference between an ordinary camel and a Bactrian camel? Wondering what it might be? Look for an answer in this cold desert valley. Get engrossed in this colourful “valley of flowers” and gurgling streams. Seek blessings from the Maitreya Buddha at the 600 year old Diskit Monastery.


Pangong Lake

Forgot your camera at the camp? Never mind. This “long, narrow, enchanted lake”, with its luminous blue waters and rocky lakeshore will remain captured in your memories forever. Don’t get surprised if you suddenly hear the sound of flapping wings and unknown chirps of migratory birds at the lake which is partly in India and partly in China.


Khardungla – Pass

Wondering how it feels to be on top of the world? Experience it yourself in this “pass of lower castle”. The hair pin bends, the pristine air and the changing landscape of stark mountains with their snow clad peaks, fresh water streams and Buddhist prayer flags everywhere on this highest motorable road in the world(18380 feet) will set your pulses racing.



In praise of this ‘Jewel Land’, Mughal king Jahangir once rightly said, “If there is a Paradise on Earth, it is here, it is here, it is here”. Don’t let the occasional communal tensions keep you away from this heavenly abode with its lush green valleys and abundant flora and fauna. Sip on the traditional cup of ‘Kahwah’ and cruise your way in a ‘shikara’ in the beautiful Dal Lake.