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Leh Tours

Explore Leh

To the harsh yet awe-inspiring beauty offered by nature.

Lying on the rain shadow side of the Himalayan mountain range, the dry monsoon winds arrive in Leh, minus their moisture. This results in the place having a combination of both arctic and desert climate, thereby offering travellers a glimpse of untamed yet rustic beauty that is not seen anywhere else in the country.

With a passing similarity to the Potala Palace in Tibet, the Leh Palace is a nine-storey dun coloured complex. One of the dominant structure and architectural icon in the state, it was built in the 17th century by the Singge Namgyal, who was the ruler of the state at the time. However the structure is currently vacant as Ladakhi royals have been stripped from power and relocated to Stok in 1846. The best part about a visit to this palace is the incredible views offered from its roof. Further interesting structures like the prominent Namgyal Stupa and the colourfully muralled Chandazik Gompa, are present at the palaces base and definitely warrant a visit.

Remember the lake at the climax scene of 3 Idiots? That was the Pangong lake, which is situated at an altitude of 4,350 metres and close to a five hour drive away from Leh. A lake that leaves all the visitors enchanted, due to its sheer expanse, impressive colors and backdrop. While you are here, don’t forget to stop at Shanti Stupa that is one of the most incredible Tibetan structures to be built in this country. Plus, it is also a sign of good ties between Japan and India.

Nubra valley is a dash of lush greenery in Ladakh and moonlike landscapes and slopes, being almost 3000m lower than Leh. The valley is snuggled between the Karakoram Range and nourished by two rivers, while at the same time brimming with sea buckthorns and alfalfa. To end your indelible journey to Leh, pay a visit to the popular Hall of Fame. Two rooms of this extensive, well-presented museum look at Ladakhi history and culture. But mostly it commemorates the Indian Army's role in Ladakh, from helping with cloudburst relief in 2010 to the high-altitude battles fought with Pakistan during the 20th century. A 30-minute film introduces the 1999 Kargil War.

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