6 Perfect Places To Visit In Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh, a dream destination, is a stunning place that every tourist desires to go there once in a while. Its charming palaces, Buddhist kingdom, monasteries, and gompas make it a place of unique regions and Tibetan cultures that can never be found in India. The first thing you need to know is the places to visit in Leh Ladakh. Situated at a height of 3542 meters above sea level in the stage of the mighty Himalayas, it boasts massive scenic beauty.

What is Leh Ladakh famous for?

Ladakh is chiefly famous for its wonderful mountainous valleys and landscape. Adventure admirers from distinct sections of the world and country visit this beautiful place to take part in numerous daring activities such as trekking, hiking, camping, etc. It is also very famous owing to its alpine lakes, ancient monasteries, and lofty mountains. 

Travelers visit there with a promise to hunt adventure, explore the unique culture, experience the heavenly bliss, and breathe the unpolluted air that can be found everywhere in Leh Ladakh.

  1. Tso Moriri Lake

This remote lake is the biggest alpine lake in the country. Some tourists visit this incredible lake due to its natural beauty, remote location, harsh climate, and rough roads. The stunning place is a beauty to behold, with its surrounding mountainous landscape, open sky, and blue waters. Camping near the lake and sleeping under the twinkling night sky is a must-do action near the lake.

  • Leh Palace

Located on top of the mountain, Leh Palace is the greatest example of medieval Tibetan architecture. The stunning palace gives spectacular views of the valley below and the adjacent mountain range. The palace is made of mud and sand, wood, stones, and is often compared to the globally popular Potala Palace in Lhasa. Undoubtedly, it makes it to our list of the best 10 places to visit in Leh Ladakh.

  • Shanti Stupa

It is a white-domed monument built on the peak of a steep hill. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, it was made by an incredible merge of Buddhists (particularly Japanese) along with the locals. Shanti Stupa is marked 2500 years of Buddhism and was also meant to be a sign of peace. The stupa holds a golden statue of Buddha and images of his origin and death. If you wish to witness a magical sunset or sunrise, this is one of the top places to visit in Leh Ladakh.

  • Pangong Tso Lake

It is the most popular lake in Ladakh that is situated at an elevation of just about 4350 meters. The term ‘Pangong Tso Lake’ is derived from the Tibetan term “Pangong Tso” which means “high grassland lake”. It is also the highest saltwater lake on the globe. This lake is also popular to change color, appearing green, red, and blue at different periods.

  • Khardung-la Pass

It is an access to the Shyok and Nubra Valley. Plus, it is amongst the most elevated motorable landscapes on the globe. Surprisingly, the roads were unlocked in 1988 for vehicles to utilize the Khardung-la Pass. Cruisers and Himalayans are considered to be the greatest ways to travel here for witnessing the rocky beauty of the trip.

  • Magnetic Hill

Magnetic hill, a gravity hill, is located on the Leh-Kargil-Baltik national highway, approximately 30 km from Leh. This hill is basically is renowned for holding magnetic properties. This charisma is so powerful that it can even drag a neutral car uphill. The magnetic hill lies at a height of 14,000 feet over sea level. The powers of this hill can be noticed from the detail that the passing aircraft boost their height for escaping the magnetic interference. It is said that this is an optical illusion but certainly a worth experience.

With such awe-inspiring places, we are sure that your next t will be to Leh Ladakh. Do let us know of your memorable experience and drop your comments below. Contact us for any type of help you require, and for more advice on how to get there and where to go.


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