Ladakh is the dream destination for many tourists around the world. It is the real experience of tourists that they feel blessed after reaching there.
It is one of the most favoured destinations which attracts the massive footfall of national as well as international tourists.
Earlier than 2019 it is associated with Jammu and Kashmir then later by some changes in the constitution, it is recognized as Union Territory of India.
The two of the major districts Kargil and Leh are important in terms of administration and facilities for the local as well as or the tourists.
Leh is just like the centre point of Ladakh. At Leh, you will find restaurants, hotels, guest houses and homestays, ATMs and banking facility. Other than this the central market of Leh is special in terms.
There you will find multiple shops for handicrafts and cloth items. All these items are hand-carved by the innocent and expert artisans of Ladakh. These are the best examples of Tibetan and Ladakhi arts and culture.
At Ladakh, most of the people are a follower of Buddhism. It is the major religion of Ladakh other than this here you will find followers of Islam, Hinduism and some of them are from Sikhism.
They are in very fewer numbers. The language spoken at Ladakh is Tibetan, Urdu and Balti. The Tibetan language is also called Bhoti or Bodhi.
Ladakh has influenced of Tibet much more than any other part which you can also experience at the monuments like Gompas, Monasteries and Palace. The Leh Palace is designed like the Potala Palace of Lhasa. By looks, it somehow looks like Potala Palace.
There are plenty of places exist in Ladakh or in and around Leh which are worth to visit. Most of them are beautiful monasteries and Gompas,
Some of them are natural wonders like Nubra Valley, Hunder Moon Desert, Magnetic Hill, Lakes like Tso Moriri, Pangong Tso Lake & miscellaneous places like Hall of Fame Ladakh, Tibetan market etc. The places to visit in Leh Ladakh are the following:
- Pangong Tso Lake
- Zanskar Valley
- Indus and Zanskar Confluence Point
- Zanskar White Water Rafting
- Magnetic Hill
- Khardung La
- Nubra Valley
- Hunder Moon Desert
- Alchi Monastery
- Stakna Monastery
- Diskit Monastery
- Phyang Gompa
- Likir Monastery
- Phugtal Monastery
- Namgyal Tsemo Monastery
- Stok Palace
- Chemery Monastery
- Hall of Fame
- Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary
- Sankar Gompa
- Dha Hanu Hemis National Park
- Hemis Monastery
- Gol Market
- Mulbekh Monastery
- Tanglang La
- Lachung La
- Spituk Gompa
- Shey Palace
- Shanti Stupa
- Leh Palace
Things to Carry On Leh Ladakh Tour
- Water Bottle
- Thermo Flask
- Solar Charger
- Sunscreen Lotion
- Woollen Clothes
- Woollen Socks
- Woollen GlovesLip Balm
- Body Lotion
- Extra Batteries for Camera
- Dry Fruits and Snacks
- First Aid Kit
- General Medicine Kit
- Personal Toiletries
- Small Garbage Collection Bags
- Led Flashlights
- Identity Proof
- Trekking Shoes
- Trekking Poles
- Trekking Bag
Tourist Advisory List
- If you face any health issues, then tell your team leader immediately.
- Do not misbehave at the entrance of the valley/monument/monastery with the staff. If there is an issue, then sort it out in a gentle way.
- Do not litter at any place, river, monastery and monuments.
- Carry a personal garbage bag with you.
- Obtain all the permits before the trek commencing. It will save time.
- Do not indulge in any activity which is against the Law of India.
- Do not carry any weapon in the Ladakh.
- Try to avoid plastic materials as much as possible. In case you have used it during trekking then do not leave it behind and put it in your garbage bag.
- Try to avoid bad comments on co-travellers. If you face any issues, then notify your team/group leader.
- As Shop/ Restaurants are not allowed in the valley, carry some snacks/dry fruits with you.
- Try to avoid activities that harm nature. Be a responsible trekker.
- Do not use any toxic material during the trip; it may lead you in difficulty.
- Upon asking you have to show your id-proof authority.
- Do not make fun of any religious belief.
- Stick with the group and follow the instructions of the group leader.
The Ladakh is a quaint and serene place which attracts visitors of any age group. Here you can experience luxury as well as experiential travelling. All these places required responsible travellers so avoid any kind of activity which harms the environment and nature.