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The points of Snow Mountains on cheerful mornings part the thick clouds and ascend into the skies. Underneath the skies like a world inundated, lies a lost kingdom. Ladakh, the roof of the world that is opened to tourists is at an awesome altitude; this hilltop is surely the bridge amid the earth and the sky!
Here are some reasons that prove why Ladakh is a heavenly dessert:

Get a Chance to Connect with Yourself

We devote so much time stuck to technology and devices that we overlook to really connect with individuals, or even ourselves. Ladakh’s serene natural beauty – its lakes, national gardens, hermitages, and gorges have a strange quality about them. They make you want to just be seated back, and tune into wildlife. Discern yourself, or have talks with your companion, groups or children while you take long walks, or sip some hot yak-butter tea.

Unforgettable Treks

Ladakh is an explorer’s heaven. And even if you’re not a consistent trekker, there are some relaxed routes that you can do, since this is a great way to explore Ladakh. The Markha Valley hike is a well-known one, and a part of the Hemis National Park falls on this way. So you may just spot some marmots and other fascinating wildlife and vegetation. There are tons of outstanding choices for hiking through the lovely Zanskar Valley and the Nubra valley.

The Cultural Beauty

Yes, Ladakh is recognized for its treks. But no, that’s not all there is to it. Ladakh tourism ethnicities are inclined by the Tibetan culture, and you will find a lot of comparison in the two. Gorgeous monasteries of Ladakh like Hemis, Thiksey, Spituk and so many such monasteries are fabulous places to visit in Ladakh. If you can, then plan your trip to accord with one of the colorful festivals of the region, like the Hemis Festival. The planning in Ladakh has a strong Buddhist implication to it, and is quite unutterably lovely.

Yummy in your Tummy

The food in Ladakh is modest, yet enjoyable. The local cafes serve momos that are prepared with just a delicate hint of zests, and you can find great ease in a bowl of thukkpa (soup and noodles). If you get fortunate enough to experience a local family’s friendliness, share a cup of yak-butter tea with them. Some of life’s meek desires come from great tea and a good discussion.

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