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Pangong Tso, 2010__Before it was a thing


experiences that become a part of you


About the Destination:

Ladakh, the former Buddhist kingdom, is a stunningly rugged landscape. Arid mountains, dramatic rocky outcrops, scenic gompas, meditational mani walls, and multi-colored flags are just a few of the many sights that highlight Ladakh's grandeur. In terms of environmental consciousness, Ladakh's well-balanced traditional community has much to offer the West.

Ladakh is a stunning and untouched Himalayan wilderness. It is a place that everyone who is looking for a way to satisfy their insatiable desire for adventure considers to be heaven. Aside from trekking, Ladakh offers a variety of adventure activities such as motorcycling, river rafting, and safaris. Ladakh, sometimes known as the "Land of Passes," is a beautiful area of India's state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Ladakh is blessed with a spectacular landscape that includes hilly terrains, high-altitude peaks, and lush green grasslands. It is located at an elevation of 2750 - 7672 meters above sea level. Ladakh attracts adventurers from all over the world because of the numerous trek tracks and hiking options available.

Ladakh, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, is the spiritual heart of Tibetan Buddhism. A handful of colorful monasteries dot the landscape. Alchi and Nubra Valley are two of Ladakh's most famous tourist destinations. Apart from that, Ladakh is known for its rich legacy and culture. It is home to endangered species such as the Tibetan antelope, ibex, and yak.

Ladakh, which is yet unspoiled by modernity, is where life comes to a halt when you speak directly with nature and the peace that surrounds you.

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