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Nubra Valley, located to the northeast of Ladakh Valley, is often referred to as the valley of flowers. It is a popular destination for tourists especially those who look for trekking opportunities. There are also several villages in the valley that are popular spots for tourists to visit. Diskit is well known for its delicious apricots. There is also a monastery in Diskit that is 350 years old. The road that connects Diskit to the village of Hunder is a popular road to take for tourists as they hope to glimpse the Bactrian camels that roam around here. Hunder is home to an ancient monastery with beautiful frescos as well as a statue of Buddha. Panamik is a picturesque little village. In addition to beautiful views, a hot water spring present in the village draws several tourists to visit. Overall, Nubra offers tourists an adventurous holiday while being surrounded by natural beauty.
Pangong Tso is a salt lake in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Situated in the midst of the Himalayas, the lake lies at the Indo-China border with part of the lake in India and the rest in China. The lake is devoid of any fish and only crustaceans inhabit the lake at present. Pangong Tso is a hotspot for tourists as the region draws several migratory birds every year. These include a variety of gulls, ducks, and geese. There are also a number of interesting animals that has made this region their home. Villages around Pangong reflect the rich Buddhist culture that the people have imbibed over time. This beautiful lake surrounded by picturesque villages is a popular destination for avid trekkers. Also, if you visit the region and want to try your hands (or more like feet) at mountain climbing, there is a mountaineering school that organises classes for climbers.
Leh is an enchanting utopia that literally makes you feel on top of the world. A prominent city in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, it is a place where the stars shine brighter and the majestic Himalayas loom over you. For the travelers who really want to experience peaceful bliss with a slice of adventure, Leh is the perfect destination. You can engage in adrenaline-pumping adventure sports of the place or discover your spiritual side in one of the district’ s numerous monasteries, such as Thiksey Monastery and Shanti Stupa. Adventure lovers, bikers in particular, will love to explore the never-ending stretches of mountain paths around the city. Equally fascinating is the culture of Leh. Kind-hearted people with warm smiles on their faces, greet you wherever you go and make you feel at home. Roam around the narrow paths of the City Market, and get engulfed with the irresistible aroma of Tibetan food. Check out beautiful souvenirs and handicrafts and indulge in window shopping. Revisit history at the ruins of majestic Leh palace. Leh also acts as a gateway to other mesmerizing areas of Ladakh. The famous Pangong Lake is just 140 km away. En route, you can stop at Chang La pass, which is always covered with pearly-white snow. Be fascinated with the mysterious gravity-defying Magnetic Hill. Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Leh proves to be an unforgettable retreat.
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