Explore Leh – Srinagar Jeep Safari
Explore Leh Srinagar jeep safari through spectacularly jagged, arid mountains enfold this magical Buddhist ex- kingdom. Picture -perfect gompas dramatically crown rocky outcrops amid whitewashed stupas. Ladakh is a region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. That’s also known as “Little Tibet”, which is one of the last Tantric Buddisht societies on Earth.
Travel Attractions In Ladakh
Ladakh surrounded by the enchanting beauty of jagged mountain peaks and picturesque landscape, Ladakh has numerous places of attraction.
Popular Tourist Attractions In Ladakh Are :
Leh Palace: Built-in 17th century, Leh Palace raised on the edge captivates every tourist visiting Leh-Ladakh. The palace had nine storeys, but today only the ruins remain. It was the home of the royal family till 1830s when they were exiled to Stok. Above the palace, at the top of the Namgyal hill, is the Victory Tower, built to commemorate Ladakh’s victory over the Balti Kashmir armies in the early 16th century.
This is the most beautiful area with numerous Monasteries and Villages. The major attractions are the nine-storey palace (Leh), the palace museum of Stok, Hemis, Thiksey, Chemrey, Phyang, Lamayuru, Spituk, Ridzong, Alchi Monasteries and villages of Basgo, Nimoo, Sankar etc.
Adventure Activities To Do In Leh Ladakh
Trekking, Jeep safari, adventure sports, mountain climbing and cycling to list a few.
Cultural Attractions : Fairs & Festivals
Every solemn religious occasion transformed into joyous celebrations. Many of the yearly festivals of the Gompas take places in winter, relatively idle time for the majority of the people. Dance-dramas are performed in the gompa courtyards. Some of the festivals celebrated by the Leh-Ladakh are: Hemis Festival
> Matho Festival
> Thiksey Festival
> Shey Festival
> Leh Annual Tourist Festival