Divine land of high passes, astonishing Kuen Lun mountain range, the main Great Himalayas to the south, the entire expanse of upper Indus Valley, breeze as far as eye can see and skin can sense, remote mountain beauty & culture and the highest plateau of state of Kashmir, this is the pious and lasting land of Ladakh. The tempting region itself buzzes the slogans of Buddhism and Buddha; travellers stumble in this region to embrace the dramatic threads of religion and nature. The great mountain ranges, land of mulberries, and walnuts and the Suru and Zanskar valleys of the area make it the most wonderful place in the world. Most of the people want to touch the soul and backbone of Ladakh, which is the most significant and famous - Indus River. Of course, this is a pure piece of paradise for the hiking lovers because it has everything from the striking Karakoram Range, powerful Pangong Range to gigantic Siachen Glacier.
The nearby explicitly endearing villages and towns are quite breathtaking and are supposed to be the purest on earth; even the elements of earth itself bow down to this region. Local people are very warm and welcoming and foreigners love to talk to them to know about the traditional costume, culture, food habitats, festivals and colourful dresses.
To explore the spectacularly wild and wind-kissing wilderness of the region, explorers continue their excursion towards Pangong Lake; it holds the most wonderful and diverse bird species near wetlands and woods; during the winter season, this lake completely get frozen, which makes it the best place to see and photograph. Worldwide photographers come here to capture the stunning and sexy vistas of the Indus valley near Leh and Nubra
Vegetation is sparse in the Ladakh region except along streambeds and wetlands, but these areas are enough to hold wild beauty and enchanting breeze. Zangskar and Sham areas are highly popular for a great diversity of yaks and black-necked crane; even one can spot endangered Tibetan antelope in the far fetching valleys that are packed with apricots, apples, mulberries, and walnuts. Desperate explorers scramble to find the serendipity of nature under the shades and hues of mountain ranges in Ladakh. So if you want to see the ballerina of mountains, lakes and vegetation, then Ladakh is the best place to skip.
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