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"India's OwnMoonland"


Hotel, Hostels, Camps....Ladakh is full of surprises. Either it's about breathtaking view during camping at Nubra Valley or Romantic camp site @ Pangong Lake or Hostels at Leh for Backpackers. There is lot to take back as an experience from Ladakh Tour.

Hunder, Nubra Valley, Ladakh
Adventure activity in Ladakh


Ladakh, is both the land of jagged peaks and barren landscape and overwhelmingly rich in natural beauty. Whether you’re a nature or an adventure lover –  you’re bound to be engulfed in the magical wildness of this place. Ladakh, in particular, is a haven for adventure junkies, as its rivers, mountain peaks and makes offer exciting opportunities for adventure activities like mountaineering, camping, river rafting, peak climbing & trekking.

Why Travel Ladakh

Ladakh is high mountain land, consisting of many mountain peaks and ridges, twisted and bent by forces deep within the earth. The three main River Valley- INDUS, ZANSKAR & NUBRA (SHYOK) which are so green in the time of summer yet so white and sterile in winter. The two beautiful Lake Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri also cut through this landscape of white or yellow, flashes of blue and green on otherwise colorless canvas. 

So choose your holiday plan now...


One of the best parts of traveling to Ladakh is trying out the local food and bringing back recipes to remind you of your trip. The Ladakhi cuisine is very different from Indian cuisine, it is not spicy and it mainly originates from the culinary traditions of Tibet. Barley flour, called tsampa, is the traditional staple food of Ladakh. For e.g Thukpa, Momos, Skyu, Tingmo, Chutagi, Chhurpi, Chang etc.

Ladakhi Food, Tibetan Food
Image by Dhara Prajapati
Ladakh Holiday Package
Ladakh Holiday Package
Ladakh Holiday Package
Ladakh Holiday Package
Ladakh Holiday Package
Ladakh Holiday Package
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