Here is the list of places you can’t miss on your Ladakh tour:
Visit this beautiful valley for a perfect mingling of snow clad mountains and sand dunes. June-September is the ideal time to visit the valley to witness beautiful apple orchids, beautiful monasteries and Bactrian camels.
Suru valley is popularly known for trekking and hiking opportunities that it offers to travel junkies. Visit Suru valley from May-September to enjoy the scenic view of the apple, apricot and mulberry trees in full bloom.
One of the largest monasteries in Ladakh, Thiksey Monastery is approx. 600 years old. The monastery belongs to the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism and is noted for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. Visit this place in between June-August to experience spiritualism and peace.
This place is quite popular amongst photographers. The monastery is a fine example of traditional Kashmiri architecture. A visit to this culturally rich monastery will definitely take you back in time.
Head to Kargil for a joyful treat to your senses. You ought to go on villages tours when in Kargil the narrow lanes & lush green vegetation will leave you spell-bound. Ideal time to visit Kargil is from May-September.
This place has been the centre of all Indo-Pakistani wars. The Indian army fought some of the fiercest battles to evict Pakistani intruders on the steep heights of Batalik, located along the Line of Control.
Zojila is a high mountain pass in Kashmir, a vital link between Ladakh and Kashmir. The pass offers some of the most amazing views in Ladakh. It is quite popular amongst trekkers and photographers.
The sand dunes of Hundur are one of the most visited sites in Hundur village. The high altitude desert, with rolling expanse of sand dunes and barren landscape, truly make for an amazing sight. Do not miss the Camel safari ride here!
Dha and Hanu village attracts not only tourists but also anthropologists. These villages have more green coverage than the rest of Ladakh. Culturally enlighten yourself by visiting these fascinating villages from June-September.
Sumur is one of the unexplored places in Ladakh. It is located in the popular Numbra Valley. The holy monastery named Samstem Ling Gompa is a popular tourist attraction here. You have to hike for 45 minutes to reach the beautiful Samstem Ling Gompa.Plan and book your Ladakh holidays with SOTC’s Ladakh Tour Packages to visit all of these amazing places!