A Travel Guide To LADAKH “The Land of Mystic Lamas”-wholepost.com

A Travel Guide To LADAKH “The Land of Mystic Lamas”

Are you a travel freak?

If yes then Ladakh has to be your next destination.

Ladakh also known as “The little Tibet” is a beautiful place located in Jammu and Kashmir. It is the jewel in the throne of our country.

The little Tibet-Wholepost.com

It is a place that remains cut-off from the whole world for almost 5 long winter months via road.

Best time to reach leh via road viewing the beautiful landscapes begins from mid may via Srinagar and from June end via Manali. Mark my words you will find breathtaking landscapes.

beautiful landscapes

Once you reach Leh these are the places one must visit:

  1. The Beautiful Leh palace
  2. Shanti stupa with a view of whole Leh city from the top
  3. Hall of fame
  4. Spituk monastery
  5. Thiksey monastery
  6. Shey palace
  7. Pangong lake (At India-China border also the place has seen in so many Bollywood movies namely 3 idiots)
  8. Tso Moriri Lake
  9. Hot spring at Puga
  10. Lamayuru- Moonland of Ladakh
  11. Beautiful Nubra valley where you will find beautiful sand dunes, double hump camels and many beautiful and peaceful monasteries

Pangong lake-Wholepost.com

So guys what are you all waiting for?

Check your calendar and make your tour plan.

Your tour would be best if you travel leh on a bike  Motorcycle on Google Android 8.1 with friends.

bike ride with friends

I am sure that would be the most memorable tour.

Happy journey guys 

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I was born and bought up in Ladakh but now it has been around 7 years since I have left this place for achieving higher education. I am even a traveller but till date I haven’t find any place which is as beautiful, peaceful, soothing and mesmerizing as Ladakh. We can sense purity in the air, the bare mountains teaches us to think high, the monuments tells us how grateful were our ancestors, the Indus shows how blue the sky could be. Well quoted by Shelly Bullard “What you believe is what you see”, and I personally believe that you… Read more »