Leh Ladakh: Things To Do In Ladakh

Leh Ladakh: Things To Do In Ladakh

And maybe a bunch of questions get added to the mind. So, if you are visiting Ladakh for the first time, make sure to indulge in these fascinating activities and explore the culture and traditions there.

HEMIS FESTIVAL – INTERESTING INTERACTIONS:

One of the best things to do on a trip to Ladakh is to watch the Lamas perform the colourful shadows. You would not have felt the spirit and true magnetism of Ladakh if ​​you have not seen the dance drama unfold with vibrant clothes and formidable masks. Attend the Hemis Festival of Ladakh Festival to be mesmerized by the colourful dances. Where: Hemis Monastery When:11th July to 12th July 2021 Highlights: Chham dance is quite famous; People dance wearing masks and dance signifies the victory of good over bad Time Required: 3-4 hours Average Cost: N/A

SEEK A SNOW LEOPARD IN HEMIS NATIONAL PARK:

There is nothing quite as captivating as seeing a Snow Leopard seen in only a few places all over the world. See the beautiful animal on the Snow Leopard Trek at one of Ladakh’s popular attractions – Hemis National Park, home to over 200 snow leopards that can only be seen in winter. 

HUNDER – TRY BACTRIAN CAMEL SAFARI:

Riding double-humped Bactrian camels on the dunes of Hunder is number three on our list of things to do in Ladakh for its breathtakingly beautiful Shyok and its locality along the Nubra River. It is an integral part of the caravans that travelled on the ancient trade route. Where: Hunder When: During the summer months of June to September Highlight: The natural beauty you will see during your ride from Hunder to Turtuk Time required: 2-3 hours Average cost: INR 200

KHARDUNGLA PASS – VISIT THE HIGHEST CAFETERIA IN THE WORLD:

One of the unique attractions of Ladakh is Maggi Point the world’s highest cafeteria. You may have eaten this noodle everywhere, but you haven’t enjoyed it until you’ve tasted the 2-minute noodle overlooking the Himalayan ranges at Khardung La Pass, which is home to the world’s highest motorbike. One of the worthy passes.Where: Khardungla Pass When: The best time to visit Khardungla Pass is from April to June as well as September to October Highlights: The fact that Khardungla Pass is the highest motorable road in the world gives you a reason to visit this place Enough Time Required:5-6 Hours Average Cost: INR 500

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YAK CHEESE – TRY YAK CHEESE MOMOS:

Yak gives nomads milk, butter, and meat for the table, and in no other part of the country will you get a chance to try cheese made from yak milk. Where: Gesmo Restaurant, Op. Hotel Yak – Long Qila Road Leh Jammu and Kashmir, 194101 When: Year-round Highlights: Delicious yak paneer momos Time required: 2 hours Average cost: INR 400

Hang around with the monks, Buddhists:

It is fun to join tourists and locals on your trip, but nothing can beat the magical aura of these Buddhist monks who can be seen walking and meditating in the monasteries in the valleys of Ladakh. Be prepared to hang onto a monk while strolling through a monastery and chat with him about your wise, divine experiences. Time Required: N/A Average Cost: N/A

HEMIS MONASTERY –  PEACEFUL MORNING EXPEDITIONS:

Not only do visit the popular Ladakh attractions but also make sure to visit the beautiful Buddhist monasteries, instead of staying overnight in one! Enjoy an overnight stay at Hemis Monastery, which enables you to indulge in morning prayer, a dynamic rejuvenating experience and we strongly recommended it. Where: Hemis Monastery When: 8:00 am Highlights: The morning prayer will be a mesmerizing sight to behold and will prove to be a great experience Time Required: 2 hours Average Cost: N/A

ADVENTUROUS ROADS – FOR FUN-SEEKERS:

For all the adrenaline junkies out there, a bike ride in the narrow and rocky terrain should be on your list of adventurous things to do in Ladakh. Your journey is incomplete unless you drive on a motorbike through the deserted but beautiful roads with clouds above and formidable mountains all around. And if you’re really into the spirit then drive up to Khardung-La Pass, one of the highest places at 5,602 meters. Motorable pass in the world. Where: Khardung-La Pass When: If you want to experience this pass at its best, make sure you plan your trip here from April to August and September to October Highlight: It is considered to be the world’s highest motor Considered eligible road Time required:1-2 hours Average cost: N/A

HOT BUTTER TEA – LOCAL BREW CHANG:

You might have had tea everywhere else in the country, but when in Ladakh you have to try the local butter tea, and if you’re up for a good time, try Chang, the local brew made in a cylindrical porcelain vessel. By fermenting the miller. For tea lovers, this is a must-try thing to savour in Ladakh. When: Throughout the year Highlight: The best thing about two drinks is that they give you a fair idea about the local culture of Ladakh Time required:1 hour Average cost: INR 100

LOCALS – INTERACT AND STAY:

A hotel stay is great if you haven’t experienced life in the mountains, but this is not a trip to Ladakh. Get a first-hand experience of the local culture while staying with a local Ladakhi family. Enjoy home-prepared Ladakhi delicacies for an unparalleled experience. When: NA Highlight: If you’ll be staying with the locals, you’ll have a better idea of ​​their lifestyle and their location will be like a home away from home.Time Required:2-3 hours Average Cost: N/A

 

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