A beautiful scenic village in the Nubra valley and famous for its hot springs, the Panamik is the last destination for tourists travelling across Ladakh. The hot water springs of Panamik are enriched with a high amount of Sulphur. A dip in these Sulphur hot springs is believed to cure various health ailments. Owing to the health benefits of these hot springs, the Panamik village is visited daily by the people from neighboring villages.
Apart from the hot water treatment, the snow clad peaks and lush green valley make the visit to Panamik truly amazing. As the region lies on the Indo-Tibetan border, it serves as a base for the trek to Ensa Monastery, which is famous for Buddhist murals. The village of Panamik is also famous for its Kashmiri and Tibetan artifacts. Kashmiri carpet, Pashmina shawls and Woolen socks are one of the most shopped items in the markets of Panamik.
The Panamik village can be easily accessed via the Khardung La pass and this pass can be used only during the summers. Thus, it is the time between June and September which is perfectly suited for a trip to Panamik village in the Nubra valley.