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V Resorts Kanika Himalayan View Leh

Leh is an artist's canvas come alive. Rugged mountains interrupted by green valleys, glaciers peeking from behind, clear blue sky, clearer blue lakes. Apricot orchards, little by-lanes, distinct culture, evocative architecture, spirituality, handicrafts and a world of its own. A visit is the only way to experience the awe-inspiring splendour of the place. V Resorts Kanika Himalayan View Leh is not just another Ladakh hotel. Just 1.5 km and a ten min walk from the main town in Leh, it offers accessibility to the eclectic, scenic town with its multi-cuisine cafes, curio shops and monasteries. Yet, it maintains a safe distance, and so promises calm and tranquility, with views of the Himalayan peaks. Stay here and make trips to the gorgeous Nubra Valley, bike down to the Pangong Lake, do a Buddhist circuit and experience living Buddhism in the monasteries. Go paragliding, rafting in the clear blue waters, see snow leopards in the Hemis National Park, pay tribute to the soldiers who died in Indo-Pak wars, or just sip butter tea with the local villagers and learn how they celebrate life despite tough living conditions.

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Local Tour

Nubra Valley: Five hours away from Leh lies Nubra. It is a picturesque place with scenery that could (and has) inspired a thousand painters to go to their easels. Barren mountains starkly form backdrops to green villages, intercepted by river Shyok and Nubra. The highlight is the culture you get to experience when there. Take a tour to the Nubra Valley, it is one-day trip. Stay in Nubra, the resort will make staying arrangements. Visit the Sumur village, the monastries, go on a camel safari in the sand dunes, sit by the River Shyok. Visit the Hunder Village, meander down its pretty lanes, past the village watchtower, apricot trees and the Gompas.

Two-hundred km from Leh, in the Nubra region is Turtuk Village. It is the last village in the Nubra valley that travel permits are issued. A Muslim village, it was in Pakistan till 1971. The locals speak Baltistani, Urdu and Ladakhi languages. Opened recetly to the tourists, you can be part of the only Balti culture in India. The view is astounding, with green valleys and river Shyok curving to accommodate the village. There is also a war memorial in the memory of soldiers killed in the Indo-Pak war. It is one of the remotest place in India. You can opt to try out the local cuisine with apricot as a base. It's a different world here, lined with apricot trees, crossing the bridge is the only way to enter it. Hear the locals tell you tales that will seem straight from an Arabian Nights Story, or watch them busy at the handicrafts – they are known to make the best walking sticks in the region and much more.



The resort has 20 warm, cosy, wood rooms, all with clear views of the mountains, and a few of them have striking views, few rooms have uninhibited view of the Stok and Kangri glaciers. All have TV, attached wood finish baths, big, view-enhancing windows. Standard: 10 rooms in the ground floor of the resort. All have attached bath and modern amenities. Deluxe rooms: 6 rooms on the first floor of the resort. They are bigger than standard rooms and enjoy a view from the glass window that covers one wall of the room. Super deluxe: 4 rooms on the first floor of the resort. They can accommodate 4/5 people, have attached bath, wooden flooring. They have the best views from the resort and all the five rooms open out onto a large terrace.

Common Room

With spectacular views, cosy setting, here you can congregate with friends and family, discuss your trip, watch a little bit TV.


  • TelephoneTelephone
  • WiFiWiFi
  • TelevisionTelevision
  • Doctor on CallDoctor on Call
  • Power BackupPower Backup
  • LaundryLaundry
  • Travel DeskTravel Desk
  • Room ServiceRoom Service
  • Hot WaterHot Water


Most nights in Leh are cold, so there is a lovely, cosy dining room that can accommodate 40-45 people. Pick between Indian as well as indigenous Ladakhi cuisine.


Owing to the region's geography, it is barren and no vegetation can grow, therefore, tourism is the biggest income-generating industry. Also, it only lasts for about six summer months. Therefore, the resort has employed the locals in the resort as a way to give them livelihood. Also, it has tied-up with the local transporters with a view of help them generate them.
As part of the green initiative, the resort has solar panels to produce heat water for guests.


  • By Air: Nearest Airport is Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport(5km)
  • By Rail: Nearest Stations are Pathankot Station(740km) and Chandigarh Station(793km)
  • By Road: Delhi(1012km); Srinagar(414km); Shimla(724km); Manali(475km)
  • Address: V Resorts Kanika, Main Tukcha, Near Fort road, Leh-194001 India