Ladakh – the lands where heaven seems to meet earth. The land where the lakes appear to be dyed in blue and the mountains coated with a dash of red. Ancient monasteries stand on rocky outcrops, their echoes reverberating in the thin air. However, Ladakh is also home to various communities and cultures. This interesting..
Ladakh is where the cerulean skies are decorated with tufts of clouds and jagged mountains converse with the azure lakes below. Here, nature expresses herself in various ways, with each way stirring myriad emotions. There is no one who hasn’t nurtured a desire to visit this heavenly place. However, before visiting any place, it’s worthwhile..
The entire stretch of Manali Leh highway, extending to 470 km, is strewn with captivating sights. One get the feelings of standing shoulder-to-shoulder with soaring mountain peaks. Rows of perfectly polished brown hills greet you after every few miles. Occasionally, a bemused passerby greets you apprehensively, wondering about the nature of your presence. Naturally, camping..
As we all know, Ladakh is popular for its incredible & beautiful monasteries! These monasteries tell us about the rich culture of Ladakh through their architecture, ancient texts, paintings etc. Nowadays some of monasteries in Ladakh have started to offer staying facility for tourists. Today, we have listed 5 spectacular monasteries in Ladakh in our..
It is a known fact that Ladakh is a dream adventure and a beautiful paradise. What you may not know is that this dry land does not have a dry sense of humor, but some of wittiest lines of literature, some funny and thought-provoking road signs. To reach Ladakh, one has to pass through highest..
If you are planning for a road trip to Ladakh via Leh – Manali Highway, then the first point of concern is the availability of petrol pumps at this highway. As we know Manali to Leh route is the ultimate challenge for bike riders. Petrol, the basic fuel for the road trip is a prized..
One of the most popular attractions of Ladakh, NubrarnValley has been blessed with several man-made and natural wonders. Due tornsecurity reasons, the entire valley was not accessible for the foreign nationals.rnHowever, the Union Ministry of Home has now modified the ‘Protected ArearnPermit’ (PAP) for foreigner nationals, visiting Nubra Valley of the Lehrndistrict. This has resulted in a more peaceful scene at the line of control (LOC)rnin cold desert of Ladakh.