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Leh Ladakh is a captivating Union Territory of India located in Jammu and Kashmir expanding from the Kuen Lun Mountain range to the mighty Himalayas. With a partner in crime avail, the Ladakh Honeymoon Packages to explore and experience the beautiful high-altitude lakes, arresting mountain views, motorable passes and local delicacies of Leh Ladakh. Pangong Lake is a saltwater lake which is among the highest altitude lakes in the nation with its heavenly surroundings and a dash of magic as the lake changes its colour at various intervals of time. Khardung La is one of the highest motorable passes which is located at the height of 5359 metres a playground for adventure as well as thrill seekers. The Nubra Valley on the itinerary of Leh Ladakh Packages is a picture postcard image of the Arabian desert as you ride atop the two-humped deserts of the ship. Kargil is one of the prominent pit stops to visit on the banks of the Indus river and get a chance to salute the courage of our brave soldiers. Perched at an altitude of 11,800 feet is the Buddhist Monastery of Thiksey Gompa which takes care of numerous Buddhist books and journals. Take a trip with your true love as well as your loved ones to this hidden gem destination in the most distant corner of North India.

#1. Leh

Ladakh Honeymoon Packages are your ticket to embark on a journey to gather and cherish all the “ we'' moments that will last a lifetime. Enjoy the calmness and beauty of this mountainous terrain as you reach the Pangong Tso or the Pangong lake which lies at a great height of 4,225 metres. The lake is a saltwater lake which happens to be 134 km long and is subdivided into five lakes. Pangong Tso gets its name from the Tibetan language, which means “ high grassland lake “when translated. The route to the lake is a delight for bikers as they drive over the third-highest motorable mountain pass of Chang La.

The “Lhachen Palkar “ or the Leh Palace is a nine-storey dun-coloured palace built in the seventeenth century by King Sengge Namgyal and is a beautiful example of Tibetan architecture. The entire structure is constructed with bricks, sand, mud and wood. Some of the rooms of the palace have become exhibition halls of the museum under the watchful eye of the Archaeological Survey of India. The Shanti Stupa is a marvellous white-domed Buddhist monument on a hilltop with a height of 11,841 feet which houses the relics of Buddha and also offers the bird’s eye view of Leh and Changspa village.

#2. Sham Valley

The Leh Ladakh Packages adjacent location is the Sham Valley. The Gurudwara Pather Sahib is located some twenty-two kilometres from Leh and at the height of 3600 metres was built in the memory of Guru Nanak Devji who happens to be on the Srinagar Leh Highway. It is believed that the holy stone did not budge from its location during road-building operations because of the blessings of Guru Nanak Devji. Magnetic Hill is thirty kilometres from Leh at an altitude of 11000 feet on the Srinagar Leh Highway.

The Magnetic Hill defies the laws of gravity. The hill near Leh has magnetic powers so strong that pulls cars towards it as the car parked in the marked box with neutral gear starts to climb in the direction of Magnetic Hills. For some, it is a mere optical illusion. As you travel further from Sham valley towards Nimmu Village you reach the famous “confluence “ of the Zanskar and Indus rivers. Where the Indus River flows from Tibet and Zanskar River flows from Zanskar. The region is famous for its Chadar Trek which is best enjoyed during winters as the river freezes. Visit the Basgo Palace which is a five hundred years old palace some forty kilometres from Leh where some scenes of “Dil Se"  were filmed.

#3. Khardung La

An ideal getaway for biking enthusiasts with Ladakh Honeymoon Packages. Khardung La or Khardzong La is the highest mountain pass in Ladakh near Leh. It acts as the gateway to Shyok and Nubra Valley. This enigmatic pass is the highest motorable road which happens to be at an elevation of 5602 metres. Khardungla La pass was constructed in 1976 and was officially opened for public use in 1988. To travel this “pass less travelled “ an Inner Line Permit is necessary for the tourists to enter and travel through. The visitors get a mesmerizing view of the Karakoram range and the Himalayas.Motorbike enthusiasts from all over the world and across the country travel this mountain pass for a trip which is full of adventure and thrill. Khardung La has short and cool summers and long, cold winters.

The pass is historically important too as it links Leh to Kashgar in Central Asia. In present times it is taken care of by the Border Roads Organization as it is the passage to transfer goods to the Siachen Glacier. There are many villages along the way which either have the very little population or they are not at all inhabited. The usage of the roads in Khardung La depends on the seasons as it remains closed in winters because of landslides and snowfall but the months of May to August are ideal to take an adventure trip.

#4. Nubra Valley

The next idyllic location of Leh Ladakh Packages is Nubra Valley which is located in Ladak. The valley is famous for its scenic views, orchards and monasteries. It happens to be the northern most area of Jammu and Kashmir. Nubra Valley is located at 150 kilometres from Leh. Nubra valley was once Ldumra which when translated meant the valley of flowers. The valley lies snuggled between Tibet and Kashmir. The valley has a synonym name of Moonland as when the winters set in they give the valley the visage which resembles the surface of the moon. It is a ravine which is a natural creation formed by the works of the Shyok and Nubra rivers. To reach this beautiful destination you cross the Khardung La and pass to this seemingly dry valley from a distance. The valley is foremost famous for its Buddhist monasteries including the Ensa, and Samstemling. Another famous tourist attraction of Nubra is the cold desert which lies between Diskit and Hundur.Tourists come here in large groups to admire the sand dunes and the rides on the Bactrian Camel which are famous for its two humps. These two-humped camels were the only means of transport on the ancient silk route with Central Asia. Nubra Valley is the perfect place for tourists to acclimatize for the high-altitude trip to Ladakh. You can read more about this here: best time to visit Jaisalmer.

What about you, have you ever been to Leh Ladakh? Feel free to share any advice & tips below!

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