Ladakh is bounded by the Karakoram and Himalayan mountains, Ladhak is the largest province in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh gains a lot of popularity for being the only cold desert in India apart from bordering the World’s highest saltwater Lake Pangong.

Lake Riding up the highest motorable road in the world, Khardung La is a dream come true for many. The Hunder sand dunes, frozen river trek, and snow leopards all find their only home in Ladakh. Trekking on the high mountains is one of the most sought-after adventures of people visiting Ladakh on routes like Chadar Trek, Stock Kangri Trek, Markha Valley Trek, Nubra Valley Trek, Padum to Darcha route, etc. The dangerous heights and the risky valleys by the route make it one of the most famous trek routes accomplished for adventurers.

The residents of Ladakh make it famous for being the most hospitable and warm to entertain every tourist who visits their land. Ladakh is also famous for offering the best meditative rejuvenation in its monasteries enclosed by beautifully carved walls. It is therefore believed that one feels at their spiritual best when in Ladakh. You can find the best apricots in the winter which makes Ladakh famous for supplying the country with the best yield of the same.

Ladakh offers accomodation from family-run establishments to guest houses to budget hotels and rooms in monasteries that are suitable to every budget. However, Leh offers more options for accomodation ranging from guest houses in Changsva to budget hotels near the Central Library and luxury hotels on Old Sheynam Road. Camps and hikers huts are a common feature in Nubra, Changthang and Drokpa area during the summer months. Tourist camps spring up every season in Korzok village also famous for double hump camel rides available only at the glistening sand dunes in the Nubra Valley region. Mountain Biking to the highest motorable mountain pass, Khardungla Pass, in the world, also makes Ladakh famous across the globe.