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Ladakh's beauty and serenity are indescribable. The fact that it caters to all kinds of audiences makes it even more special. Ladakh satisfies the thirst of motorcycle enthusiasts as well as those seeking spirituality and peace.

With an altitude of 8,370 feet from sea level, the 'land of high passes' gives the Himalayan range a beautiful blend of green and white. That's right. Wide expanses of white sand reveal the ruggedness of the Himalayas. Despite this, nothing compares to the tranquility of the lakes. You will find pristine beauty at Leh Ladakh, which is guaranteed.

Summer is the best time to visit Leh Ladakh. The months of April and May are ideal for visiting Ladakh since many tourist attractions are open. In addition to June and August, travelers also avoid the excess tourist crowds during these months. As a result of the high altitude, Ladakh experiences long winters. Given below are some of the places to visit in Ladakh.

Pangong Tso Lake

Thanks to Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots, the Pangong Tso lake gained fame, so it is without a doubt a place that should be included on your itinerary of things to do in Ladakh. Make a picnic basket and head to the lake with your family. You can even camp next to the lake as you enjoy every moment of peace and tranquility.

Zanskar Valley

Zanskar valley is one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh and the best tourist attractions in Ladakh without a doubt. The Himalayan range is one of the most desolate places in the world. Snow-covered steep terrain reflects the heavenly skies. India's tributaries of the Zanskar River are some of the most famous places for river rafting. You just cannot miss the Zanskar, Ladakh places of interest while you're in Ladakh!

Thiksey Monastery


Approximately 500 monks live in this 12-story complex, which is regarded as one of the most beautiful monasteries in Ladakh. You can visit Thiksey Gompa as part of your Ladakh sightseeing to learn about Buddhism, lifestyle, scriptures, statues, and even paintings.

Khardung-la Pass

You can rent a Himalayan and go nuts on the road to Khardung-La pass. It is a gateway to the Nubra and Shyok valleys and one of the highest motorable terrains in the world. In 1988, the roads were opened to vehicles. If you want to see the rugged beauty of the journey, it's best to travel by cruise ship or Himalayan.


Kargil, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ladakh, is an integral part of a trip to Leh Ladakh. On the banks of the Indus River, it is the second largest town in Ladakh. Roads are leading to Leh, Padum (Zanskar), and Srinagar from here.

In addition, it is a haven for adventure enthusiasts as they can engage in sports such as trekking and mountaineering. Pack enough to enjoy these activities in one of the most famous places in Leh Ladakh!

Markha Valley

You won't find a better camping spot than the Markha valley in Ladakh if you're into camping! You can trek up to some amazing sites such as Markha, Skiu, and Hankar as a starting point. Once you reach the summit, you can relax with some lovely tents, bonfires, and make friends with strangers. It's quite the deal, don't you think?

Nubra Valley

Nubra valley was featured as one of the top 5 places to visit in Ladakh, a tri-armed valley in the northeast. The dunes of the Nubra Valley offer tourists Arabian Nights like experiences. Nubra valley is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Leh Ladakh for its two-humped camels.

Check it out while you're out and about in Leh's scenic land! The Samstanling Monastery should be on your list of places to visit. Nubra Valley is also home to Panamik village, famous for its sulfur springs.

Tso Moriri lake

Imagine a sparkling blue lake surrounded by rugged terrain. This is Tso Moriri lake, my friends. At a height of 15000 feet above sea level, a small paradise awaits. The high altitude makes it unsuitable for many tourists. The place has an impeccably undisturbed atmosphere, making it hard to ignore.

Magnetic Hill

One of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh is Magnetic Hill. The science behind the phenomenon is unknown but it has been observed that if you leave your vehicle at the base of the hill with the brakes unlocked, it will start moving uphill slowly on its own. Magic? Definitely not. It’s simply the superpowers you get when you reach this place. This makes it really important to be included in your list of places in Leh Ladakh!

Spituk Gompa

Ladakh is known as a land of monks and monasteries. The Spituk Monastery is one of the best places to see in Ladakh and one of the many tourist attractions there. Its carved location at the top of a hill makes it famous. The night winds, however, can chill you to the bone. Pack a few extra warm clothes if you want to visit one of the most serene places in Leh Ladakh.

Hemis National Park

If you want to see the best of Ladakh sightseeing, visit Hemis National Park, the largest national park in South Asia. The park is a protected home for endangered mammals like leopards, Asiatic ibex, Tibetan wolf, the Eurasian brown bear, and the red fox.

It is a must-see for bird watchers and nature lovers in Ladakh. Bird watching is a joyous activity in a noiseless and pollution-free environment. Your Leh sightseeing experience remains incomplete if this is not included in your itinerary.

Hemis Monastery

Hemes Monastery in India, one of the most renowned Buddhist monasteries, holds a mask festival every year. Tse Chu is the Tibetan calendar's tenth month. During the festival, Guru Padmasambhava, who is believed to be the reincarnation of Gautam Buddha, is celebrated.

Chadar Trek

On the Chadar trek, you can walk up the frozen Zanskar river surrounded by the rugged Himalayas. It certainly is a thrilling experience to walk on the frozen river, rather than trek and camp at Nerak, which gives a soothing setting for the heart.

A trip to Ladakh will not be complete without all these beautiful places included in your itinerary. Travographer would love to be a part of your travel journey and help you capture all the beautiful memory which you create with your family.

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