Tourist Attractions in Ladakh

Ladakh is an abode of wonders and dream like places that can woo anyone right after the first glimpse. The region is famed for its rustic Buddhist monasteries that are nestled and sometimes perched in the barren mountains. Ladakh is also home to some surreal high altitude lakes like Pangong and Tso Moriri, adorned with azure water and flawless surroundings, these alpine lakes are important tourist attractions. The coldest desert of Hunder Village and the native inhabitants, Bactrian Camels are something that you cannot afford to miss in Ladakh. Another view to fall in love with in the region is the confluence of Rivers Zanskar and Indus at Nimmu. The charming Phugtal Monastery also seem to get a lot of attention from the tourists, whereas the Hemis Monastery during the annual festival is something one would regret not visiting. Wildlife adventurists can quench their thirst for some jungle adventure in Hemis National Park, whereas those wanting to visit only touristy places can witness Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, War Memorial and the Hall of Fame.

Ladakh Tourism at a Glance