Tourist Places to Visit in Ladakh

A perfect blend of Indian, Tibetan and Buddhist culture Ladakh is one of the most admired tourist places in India. Ladakh lies in the Himalayan region that has a rich biodiversity. We can start describing the pristine beauty of Ladakh but there is no end to it. Many visiting places in the Ladakh tour packages region account for its popularity. These places include – world-renowned monasteries, beautiful valleys, babbling rivers, lakes, and museums that preserve the history and culture of Ladakh. The Leh Ladakh region is well equipped to lure adventure and nature lovers.

This article highlights the top 5 best tourist places to visit in Ladakh in 2021 so that you can make these places part of your travel itinerary.

1. Pangong Tso Lake

This lake became a popular tourist spot after it got featured in the Bollywood blockbuster movie 3 Idiots. The Pangong Tso lake is situated in the Changthang plateau that lies in the eastern Ladakh region. The lake is located at a very strategic location that is on the LAC (Line of Actual Control) of the Indo-China border. This saltwater lake has appreciable depth and a variety of marine species. For birdwatchers, the true delight is to get a glimpse of Brahminy ducks with other migratory birds. The lake area is also famous for camping purposes. The placid view of the lake can work as a prompt for a writer or a photographer.

2. Magnetic Hill

Counted in one of the most fascinating places in India, this hill is known for its weird characteristic. If you happen to visit this hill and you proceed your way towards the hill in your vehicle such as a car, the vehicle starts ascending towards the hill automatically. This phenomenon is no less than magic but this happens due to the presence of magnetic material on the hill. This phenomenon that disobeys Newton’s law of motion is the reason this place is always in the news for the newcomers. The Magnetic Hill tour is best for adventure seekers who want to go on a road trip to a hilly area.

Due to the awesome weather and clean roads, the best time to visit magnetic hill is between May to September. If you are planning to visit Zanskar Valley on your trip to Leh Ladakh then the best time is between June to September.

3. Kargil

This place is widely famous for the Indo-Pak war of 1999 but the same place is also one of the top tourist destinations now. Leh Ladakh tour packages are considered incomplete without including Kargil in them. This second largest town of Ladakh lies at the banks of the river Indus. Equally appreciated by nature lovers and adventure seekers this place is apt for trekking, mountaineering, cliff jumping and river rafting.

The unparalleled beauty of green lands and rivers can mesmerize anyone with a panoramic view. Mountains that are covered in snow in the winter season offer an immaculate beauty to the Kargil region. However, the months on which roads are cleared from now are the months between May to July and these are best suitable for traveling.

4. Hemis National Park

Known for its biodiversity and wildlife, this National Park of India is located in the Ladakh region. The other reason for the fame of Hemis National Park is that it is the largest national park in the South Asia region. Highly appreciated by nature lovers and bird watchers, the pollution-free environment of the park is secluded from the metropolitan noise as well.

A walk on the designated pathway of the park is a true delight for your mind. Some highlighted animal species in the park include Snow Leopards, Red Fox, Asiatic Ibex, Tibetan Wolf and the Eurasian Brown Bear. If you love sightseeing and would like to spend some time close to nature then having a visit to the Hemis National Park is your kind of thing.

5. Zanskar Valley

One of the most tranquil places in the Ladakh region and nestled in the Himalayas mountain range, Zanskar Valley is the most visited place as well. The terrain of this valley is covered in snow to create a heavenly ambiance. The name of the valley is inspired by the Zanskar River in Ladakh. The river and its tributaries are major locations for water sports activities such as rafting, boating and the likes. The architectural marvel of centuries-old monasteries is a great attraction of this place in September.

Deepak Patel
Hi, I am Deepak Patel, An Indian travel blogger. Like the name of my blog, I always seek for some thrilling travel experienced, especially in undiscovered places of India. My objective is to show you all the real ancient India which possess lots of historical wealth that we should know about. Whatever, I achieved through my travels, I share with my readers to let them have a better knowledge about the real, untouched natural and historical beauty of the my land India.

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