Ladakh Tourism Mega Event lets you explore the most beautiful and heavenly place in India. Snow-covered mountains, breathtaking valleys, beguiling meadows, and lots of adventurous places are waiting to be discovered by Hodophiles. ‘Land Of High Passes’ is for travelers and not tourists.
It’s a place for adventure buffs, cultural junkies, and thirsty minds of nature lovers. The 3-day event launched by State’s Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy aims to quench the thirst of all tourists. It lets you unfold all the adventure, culture and boost its responsible tourism under the “Ladakh: New Start, New Goals.”
Soon “The Moon Land” of India is going to be an international tourist attraction and it deserves to be one. We are giving you a chance to explore this ‘Little Tibet’ in advance so that once the pandemic is over you can witness its beauty for naked eyes.
Ladakh Tourism Unfolds Reasons To Make It A World Attraction
• The place is full of architectural wonders with popular monasteries like Hundur, Phyang and many more let you steep deep into the religious value
• Ladakh is the “ Roof of the World” with several arduous zig-zag roads for thrillers
• Nature finds a home here because from lakes to mountains, every place is more than gorgeous
• Local cuisine offers finger-licking taste with scrumptious delights such as tigmo, butter tea, mokthuk, and many more. It is a place for hungry souls
• Cultural festivals are a mirror of the diversity and ethos of this place
Ladakh Tourism: Top 7 Majestic Places To Unfold On Your Trip
Hemis National Park
Hemis National Park is a site to behold during summer when wild snow leopard marks their presence. Tourists across the nation come to see this glorious animal. There are more than 200 leopards in the park so you won’t leave the park disappointed.
Enjoying food at the highest cafeteria in the world might not be your dream, but thrill-seekers find it fun and enjoyable. Khardungla Pass lets you live this moment. What to try? Maggi is the highlight of this area, if you don’t believe come to Khardungla Pass and try on your own.
When to Go- April to June
Culture is one of the key parts of Ladakh tourism events and it is best served at Hemis Monastery. This beautiful monastery lets you stay overnight as well. Spending a day here is a must to completely relax and calm your mind around the gorgeous surroundings. Peace is in the air of Hemis and you won’t feel like coming back home after visiting this place.
Recommended Time- At Least 2 hours
Tso Moriri Lake
God has painted this place with the most vibrant colors of nature. This stunning lake is full of scenic views with blue-green mountains standing tall surrounded by calm blue water. Visiting Tso Moriri Lake is one of the best things to do in Ladakh.
Another main highlight of the Ladakh tourism mega event is an adventure because the place has the most challenging roads, treks, and hills. It’s a heaven for adventure junkies and Zanskar River is a perfect spot to get the adrenaline rush. Water never stays calm here as waves always keep talking to the rocky mountains.
It is one of the best rafting destinations and hundreds of water sport enthusiasts come to Zanskar for unforgettable adventures.
Ever done trekking over the frozen rivers at freezing temperature? Are you daring enough to trek one of the most challenging trek areas of Ladakh? If yes, the Chadar trek is just for you but if you are a beginner we have a warning for you.
Don’t expect the trek distance to be short. At least 16-18 km walk per day is required to cover the entire trek in 9-10 days. So, don’t go unplanned.
Leh Palace lets you dive into the past of Ladakh. It is partially damaged but still has some central attractions for tourists. There’s a museum inside the palace where you can learn about King Sengge Namgyal who built Leh Palace.
Entry Fees- INR 15 for locals and INR 100 for foreign tourists
Timing- 7 am to 4 pm
These 7 top places in Ladakh are not enough to get aware of its culture and unleash the fun. Here are few more things to do in Ladakh:
10 Things To Do In Ladakh
1. Drive through the highest motorable passes- Khardung la and Chang-la
2. Relish the best momos and thupkas at one of the Indo-Tibetan restaurants
3. Go on camping at Markha Valley
4. Camel rides in Nubra Valley is a must when you are in Ladakh
5. Get the blessings from Pathar Sahib at the Gurudwara situated around 25 km far from Leh
6. Don’t miss the Donkey Sanctuary
7. Ladakh Harvest festival is for cultural vulture
8. Pay tribute to Martyrs at Hall of Fame
9. Spend night at Lehchen
10. Celebrate Buddhism during Matho Nagrang Festival
We bet you will fall in love with Ladakh but be careful as the region and surroundings of this area are extremely sensitive.