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Travel to Ladakh, North India by Delighted Journey.

Travel to Ladakh: “Ladakh” is one of the almost unknown tourist destinations in India, which almost no tourist is familiar with. Visiting a Buddhist region of the Himalayan mountains in northern India may not seem very attractive. But in fact it is not like that. The remoteness of this area has caused it to remain unknown.

In this article, we are going to travel to this region with our guide Norbu Lama, who has a strange desire to see Ladakh, and get to know this place more with him.

The best time to visit Ladakh is from April to October. During this period, most of the mountain trails are open to visitors and the weather is pleasant. In the following, we will describe the travelogue to Ladakh.

Ladakh Tour Package Details

In Ladakh Tour Package programme you will visit numerous monasteries, high altitude villages, passes & valley. In around Ladakh there are several valley. Each region and almost each village in Ladakh has its own monastery.

Home to student monks and nuns many of these edifices stand on rugged mountain sides high above the valley floor and provide religious sustenance to the local populace strengthening their beliefs and traditions. 

What to Expect in Ladakh Tour Package

The ice giants of the Himalayas gives us an idea of the magnificent landscape that awaits us in the coming weeks. The vast mountainous desert, numerous monasteries and the Buddhist culture, which still determines the lives of the extremely friendly people, are reminiscent of Tibet and the Tibetan plateau. In Ladakh Tour Package We are enchanted by idyllic villages and green oases along the Indus and Nubra valleys.

Leh and the Indus Valley

About 15 km southeast of Leh we find Shey – the former capital of Ladakh. In the middle of the 19th century, the royal family was expelled from here – a small monastery, a large number of chorten and the ruins of the former palace, which we visit, have remained.

From here we continue to Thiksey with his well-known and probably the most photographed monastery in Ladakh – captivating its architecture and its golden cross-flowering, which is mostly illuminated by the temple. A unique view is afforded to visitors from the roof terrace of the monastery down to the valley, when the view sweeps over the fields to the snow-capped mountains.

Directly at the foot of a massive rubble moraine we find the Palace of Stok – today the official residence of the royal family of Ladakh. Hotel Ladakh Residency or SIMILAR.

Travel to Ladakh BY Delighted Journey

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