One of the Most Wonderful Parts of India - The Region of Ladakh

Ladakh is India's highest plateau with a height difference of 2750 to 7672 meters. The entire region is one big pass, full of Buddhist temples, rivers and lakes. There are very large fluctuations in temperature, which is why they say that in Ladakh you can get sunstroke and frostbite at the same time. It is quite difficult to get there due to the constant landslides, floods, avalanches and snowdrifts. In addition, China, India and Pakistan are still in a dispute over the ownership of the territory.||The ideal time for a trip to Ladakh is from May to September. Try to visit more churches - they are amazing. Buddhist Stupa Shanti is a wonderful place, which offers great views of the valley. Buddhist monastery in Leh district is built in a colorful and unique Tibetan architectural style. Sani is the most ancient monastery, founded in the II century. The monastery Tiksi is similar to the Potala Palace in Lhasa. It is located at an altitude of 3600 meters above sea level and consists of 12 floors with plenty of chortens, statues and weapons.||When you get tired of running from the monastery to the monastery, stroll through the quiet places such as Nubra Valley and the shore of salt Lake Pangong Tso (length - 144 kilometers and a width of 6 kilometers). Take a ride on the Bactrian camels through the sand dunes and enjoy the scenic views.||You just can’t leave Ladakh without visiting the highest road pass of the world - Kardung, which is originated at an altitude of 5602 meters. There is not a lot of oxygen, so it is better not to linger there for a long time.||Ladakh is ​​specially designed for photos. Clear blue sky and snow-capped peaks will be excellent subjects for a photo shoot. You can capture the fabulous lake and snowy valleys, breathtaking sunsets and sunrises, temples and monuments.