Photos: 6 incredible experiences you shouldn't miss in Ladakh

  • Fully vaccinated Indians can now visit Lakdakh without even getting an RT-PCR test done. Every travel enthusiast has at least once dreamed of visiting this picturesque place. From snow-capped mountains and  cold desserts to sparkling lakes and breathtaking views, this place has it all.
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Here are six incredible experiences you cannot miss when you visit The Land of High Passes, Ladakh.(Unsplash)

Here are six incredible experiences you cannot miss when you visit The Land of High Passes, Ladakh.(Unsplash)

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Zanskar valley: Ditch camel watching and visit Zanskar valley which is 12 hours away from Ladakh. If you love adventure and trekking then you can go on the Chadar Trek.(Unsplash)

Zanskar valley: Ditch camel watching and visit Zanskar valley which is 12 hours away from Ladakh. If you love adventure and trekking then you can go on the Chadar Trek.(Unsplash)

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Tso Moriri: Also known as Lake Moriri or "Mountain Lake," Tso Moriri is the largest high altitude lake in India. It is an altitude of 4,522 m (14,836 ft). Instead of visiting the Pangong lake, you can go to Tso Moriri.(Unsplash)

Tso Moriri: Also known as Lake Moriri or "Mountain Lake," Tso Moriri is the largest high altitude lake in India. It is an altitude of 4,522 m (14,836 ft). Instead of visiting the Pangong lake, you can go to Tso Moriri.(Unsplash)

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Turtuk: Tourists like staying in Diskit village for the scenic views and its high altitude. If you want some quietness then you should visit Turtuk which is a small village with a rich history. It is 5 hours, 30 minutes away from Leh.(Unsplash)

Turtuk: Tourists like staying in Diskit village for the scenic views and its high altitude. If you want some quietness then you should visit Turtuk which is a small village with a rich history. It is 5 hours, 30 minutes away from Leh.(Unsplash)

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Namgyal Tsemo Gompa: The Shanti Stupa in Leh is a very famous tourist attraction. If you are looking for some serenity then go to the Namgyal Tsemo Gompa instead. It is just behind the Palace of Leh.(Instagram/@snapezzy)

Namgyal Tsemo Gompa: The Shanti Stupa in Leh is a very famous tourist attraction. If you are looking for some serenity then go to the Namgyal Tsemo Gompa instead. It is just behind the Palace of Leh.(Instagram/@snapezzy)

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Sham Valley trek: Trekkers can plan a trek to Sham Valley instead of the Markha valley trek which is one of the most popular treks in Ladakh. Sham Valley Trek is a beginner-friendly trek and much easier than the Markha trek. So if you are travelling with family then you can easily cover this trek.(Unsplash)

Sham Valley trek: Trekkers can plan a trek to Sham Valley instead of the Markha valley trek which is one of the most popular treks in Ladakh. Sham Valley Trek is a beginner-friendly trek and much easier than the Markha trek. So if you are travelling with family then you can easily cover this trek.(Unsplash)

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Matho Monastery and Stok Palace: On the way to the Thiksey monastery in the Indus valley, lies Matho Monastery. Founded in 1410, this is the place to be for all history buffs. You can also visit the Stok Palace in Leh which is almost 200 years old.(Instagram/@dreaming_with_eyes_wide_open)

Matho Monastery and Stok Palace: On the way to the Thiksey monastery in the Indus valley, lies Matho Monastery. Founded in 1410, this is the place to be for all history buffs. You can also visit the Stok Palace in Leh which is almost 200 years old.(Instagram/@dreaming_with_eyes_wide_open)

UPDATED ON SEP 12, 2021 10:50 AM IST
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