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Nubra, Pangong & Tsomoriri Lake Tour

The Nubra Valley is scenic place located in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The valley is located around 150 km from the city of Leh. Perched at a height of 10,000 feet above sea level, it is a popular tourist destination. Travelers are required to obtain an Inner Line Permit from Leh which can be easily obtained from the office in Leh. Travelers pass through some of the most scenic locations in the region en route Nubra Valley.

Khardung'la Pass

The 18,640 feet high Khardung La pass forms the divide between the Nubra Valley and Leh . After crossing the Khardung La, one descends to a place called "Khalsar", situated on the left bank of the Shyok River. One route bifurcates towards the Bubra Valley right across whereas the other route follows the Shyok River towards Dikshit and further towards Turtuk in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. After crossing the bridge over the Shyok River at Koyak, the wide and beautiful Nurba Valley starts.

Located around 7km from Hunder Village and approximately 118km from Leh, the capital of Ladakh, Diskit Village in the Nubra Valley is a nature lover’s paradise. Canopied by dense and thick apricot plantations, it is one of the most gracious and largest villages in the entire Nubra Valley

Diskit Monastery

The Maitreya Buddha statue of 106 feet height facing the Shyok river impresses the tourist across the globe and is considered as the key attraction of Diskit monastery. The construction of this very statue was started in the year 2006 and was consecrated by the well-known holy priest Dalai Lama in the year 2010 on 25th July. If you are planning to Diskit monastery they do not forget to visit the river below the monastery. Else you are advised to visit the amazing gompa of the Hundar village just nearby the Diskit monastery. The village is also very famous among the tourists for spectacular sceneries.

There is a popular festival takes place at the Diskit monastery called Dosmoche. This festival is celebrated during the winter season. The word ‘Dosmoche’ stands for “Festival of the Scapegoat”. The local residents, village people participate in the festival. Dosmoche normally takes place during the month of January. Try to attain this festival to experience a different taste of rituals.

At Panamik, a full circle of peaks surrounds the flat sea of the central plain dotted with villages. Here lies a valley cut off from the world -- a hidden secret land of Nubra. Mountains rise on both sides abruptly from the valley in great masses, forming walls of solid rock broken only by narrow side gorges that strike directly into the heart of the range, dividing the facing wall into enormous sections. The gorges have formed perfectly and symmetrical "fans" radiate out broadly from the narrow openings and extend to the middle of the valley or beyond. On these "fans" are situated the villages, scattered throughout the valley at fertile spots. The hot water spring at Panamik is always inviting to the trekkers and makes a very good camping ground.

Hunder Sand Dunes:

Visit them during the day, visit them in the evening, or visit them by night; you might run out of words to express their beauty and charm! An ode to the magical beauty of this scenic desert, these sand dunes are in fact the most enchanting attractions in Hunder! Visitors can enjoy a double-humped Bactrian camel safari around them, enjoy camping around them, or bring out the real shutterbug in them while clicking some of the most amazing snaps of their lives. Yes, the charm and allurement of Hunder sand dunes can be merely expressed in words; they are to be explored and enjoyed!

Pangong Lake
Situated at an altitude of about 4,350 m is the famous and endorheic Pangong Lake, in Pangong region near Leh. With an extension 134 km from India to Tibet, the lake is the main attraction in Pangong region. During winter the lake freezes completely, despite of being saline and one can visit during tourist season from May to September.

It is reachable from Leh, which is only five-hour drive, while one requires an Inner Line Permit for visiting this lake as it lies on the Sino-Indian Line of Actual Control. Indian nationals can have individual permits while others require having group permits (minimum of 3 persons) accompanied by an accredited guide.

Tso Moriri Lake

Tsomoriri Lake nearly 210 km from Leh district in the Rupshu valley in Changthang sub-division is the
dazzling Tso Moriri Lake. Standing at a height of about 4,900 m, with a length of about 28 km and width varying from 5 to 7 km, Tso Moriri Lake claims to be one of the beautiful and largest lakes in Ladakh. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains on all sides, the view of the lake is amazing.

The lake is well known for spotting some of the popular wild species of Ladakh, especially kiang, or
natural ass. One can also get to see groups of travelling nangpa or bar-headed birds, along with sporadic flocks of pashmina goats and champs of travelling herders.

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