Ladakh is perhaps one of the most awe-inspiring places in India, owing to its breathtaking beauty. Extreme weather, blue waters, rugged landscapes and gorgeous views attract tourists from all over the world to this region. Though the climate can be harsh for most parts of the year, the warmth of the people more than makes up for it. Ladakh is the largest of the provinces of Jammu and Kashmir. It is bordered by the Karakoram chain of mountains in the north and the Himalayas in the south. With the great Indus flowing right through Ladakh, the province is divided into Leh, the capital city, Kargil, Nubra, Zanskar, lower Ladakh and Rupshu.

There are a plethora of stupas and monasteries dotting the landscape that make for peaceful stopovers. With intricate carvings, a medley of colours, a serene atmosphere and exquisite relics, these centres of Buddhism will leave you in awe. The high-altitude lakes of Ladakh are a must-visit. Sit by the bank and enjoy the cloudy, windy weather while gazing at the magnificent mountains in front of you. The entire scene is an amalgamation of blue, white and brown. The culture and food of the region are equally fascinating. Visit Ladakh for its majestic cliffs, its winter wonderland decked in snow, the vast deserts and the peace that comes with it. There are plenty of adventurous activities that you can engage in while here such as mountain climbing, Bactrian camel rides, motor biking expeditions, white water rafting, camping in meadows and more. The old Leh town, Thiksey Monastery, Yungdrung Gompa are some other attractions you can visit while here. 

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