Dramatic landscapes, serene turquoise lakes surrounded by snow-capped Himalayan peaks dot this high altitude desert plateau, making Ladakh one of the most picturesque places on the planet. Situated in India’s most northern region at an altitude of over 3500m, Ladakh is the highest desert in the world. Snowfall in winter is the only source of water in this high altitude desert. The culture is no less extraordinary with the predominant religion being Buddhism, there are numerous monasteries and a series of colourful festivals each summer. Ladakh is often referred to as ‘little Tibet’. 

In Nubra Valley you can opt for camel safari on the rare species of the twin humped camels. Witness the tranquil Pangong Lake, the highest salt water lake in the world with its colourful hues of azure blue, green and red during different times of the day. The Hemis Festival in the month of June is one of the grandest festivals of the region when monks get dressed in vibrant brocade robes and wear colourful facial masks for performing a sacred dance drama of his life and its mission. Extraordinary! That’s Ladakh

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