Hemis National Park, located in the eastern Ladakh area of Jammu and Kashmir, is known as the Snow Leopard Capital of India.
The gompa, which is dressed in white, is Nubra Valley’s oldest and largest monastery.
Pangong Lake, located at a height of 4350 meters on the Indo-China border, is one of Ladakh’s most famous tourist destinations.
Shanti Stupa is a white-domed Chorten located on a mountaintop near Chanspa, about 5 kilometers from Leh.
Leh Palace, built in 1553 AD and positioned on the summit of the desolate Tsemo Hill, is the former residence of Leh’s royal dynasty.
Tso Moriri Lake is a lesser-known lake in the Changtang Wildlife Sanctuary that is a twin to the famed Pangong Tso Lake.
Namgyal Tsemo Gompa is a must-see for everyone that enjoys hiking through difficult and steep mountains full with quiet and spiritual folds.
Khardungla Pass is a gateway to the Nubra and Shyok valleys and one of the top tourist destinations in Ladakh.