Day 2:

  • Khardung La – World’s Highest Motorable Road
  •  Nubra Valley – Cold desert at high altitude, basically know as valley of flowers. You may want to ride the Bactrian Camels (having two humps on the back).

Day 3: 

  • Thiksey Monastery –  It is located on the top of the hill in Thiksey village surrounded with amazing nature. There is an annual festival celebration that takes place in the ninth month of year for 3 days.
Prayer Room, Thiksey Monastery
Prayer Room, Thiksey Monastery
Thiksey Monastery, Leh
Thiksey Monastery, Leh

Pangong Lake – Lake is a part of the disputed territory extending from India to China. The actual line of control passes through the lake. It’s a breathtaking view with clear water in the center and surrounded with mountains. You can see five different colors of water in one place, it keeps changing color depending upon the angle you are looking at it.

Panggong Lake, leh
Panggong Lake, leh
Panggong Lake, leh
Got lucky enough to capture 3 different shades in one click. Panggong Lake, leh

There are shops around the lake if you want to sit and relax treating your eyes with this breathtaking view.

Leh-Ladhak is one of the destinations that you should have on your bucket list attracting numerous number of tourists every year. It’s an amazing how the beauty of nature has an intense effect on our senses.

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