Ladakh is one of the most popular tourist attractions among the youth. Ladakh provides a very special touristic experience for tourists, surrounded by the majestic mountain ranges and tranquil lakes. Situated at the height of 11,400 ft, it is a region of northern India, a word that means the ‘land of high passes’.
Due to its magnificent monasteries, picturesque locations, and fascinating markets defining the culture of the region, District Leh is a great tourist attraction.
It also has some well-known and popular trekking routes such as Spituk to Stok, Sham Valley, Kang Yatse, and Parang La which are also suitable for inexperienced trekking. The two main rivers, Indus and Zanskar, offer a great river rafting opportunity in Ladakh. Numerous ethnic groups are present here including Tibetans, Monpas, Dards, and Muslims.
Yuru Kabgyat Festival, Thiksey Gustor, Ladakh Festival, Hemis Festival, Matho Festival and, Phyang Tsedup Festival are some of Ladakh’s most essential festivals.
The Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, Diskit Village, Leh Palace, Magnetic Hill, Tsomoriri, Leh City, and Khardung La are among the top attractions in Ladakh along with unsurpassed trekking paths and several Monasteries, like Hamis and Thiksey Monastery.