Located at 14,270 feet, Pangong Lake offers breathtaking views. Its crystal-clear blue waters stretching over 134 km are a treat for the eyes. It's also a hotspot for birdwatching.
Situated 150 km from Leh, Nubra Valley is renowned for its scenic beauty. With high-altitude sand dunes, the valley offers a unique desert landscape with cold temperatures. The Bactrian camel ride is a must-try here.
A gravity hill located near Leh, cars appear to roll uphill in defiance of gravity. It's an intriguing optical illusion that leaves visitors in awe.
Located in Changthang Plateau, Tso Moriri is a serene high-altitude lake. Surrounded by barren hills and snow-capped peaks, it's a haven for nature lovers and photographers.
Located 45 km from Leh, Hemis Monastery is the largest monastic institution in Ladakh. Known for its annual Tsechu festival, it's a vibrant showcase of Ladakhi Buddhist culture.
Built by a Japanese Buddhist, Shanti Stupa stands as an emblem of peace. With beautiful murals of Lord Buddha and panoramic views of Leh, it's a place for spiritual rejuvenation.
Built in the 17th century, Leh Palace was once the royal residence. Overlooking the town, it offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.