Cycling Tours in Ladakh
Culture Tours in Ladakh
Jeep & Camel Safari in Ladakh
Trekking & Expeditions in Ladakh
River Rafting in Ladakh
Mountain Biking in Ladakh
The beauty of Ladakh with snow capped peaks and clean blue sky have attracted the intrepid traveler since the region was opened to tourists in the 1970s. Since then, Ladakh has become a favorite haunt for trekking and mountaineering enthusiasts. The rugged terrain and the majestic mountains around, make an exotic cocktail for an adventure sport lover. But before you decide to fly away to the land of Buddhist monasteries and brave people, it is imperative to understand that you need at least a week to enjoy your tour to Ladakh. Since, acclimatization it self needs at least a few days in Ladakh.
Simplicity is the way of life in Ladakh, as the modernity has not touched the town as it has happened in other cities and towns of India. Cut-off from rest of the world, Travel Ladakh is barren yet beautiful. Ladakh comes alive during the fairs and festivals as one can see Ladakhi people in their traditional dress. Ladakhis are the brave people who are industrious and cheerful. Perak, the headgear worn by traditional Ladakhi women is the striking feature of womenfolk of Ladakh. This is a common sight during the festivals. The other feature that strikes are the precious stones that adorn a woman's neck in Ladakh.
Monasteries in Ladakh
Lakes in Ladakh
Wildlife in Ladakh
Shopping in Ladakh
Ladakh Culture
Fairs and Festivals of Ladakh
Adventure Sports in Ladakh
Acclimatization in Ladakh
Ladakh Weather