Topographically, the whole of the district is mountainous with three parallel ranges of the Himalayas, the Zanskar, the Ladakh and the Karakoram. Between these ranges, the Shayok, Indus and Zanskar rivers flow and most of the population lives in valleys of these rivers. Ladakh is renowned for its remote mountain beauty and culture. It spans the Great Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges and the upper Indus River Valley.
It is serene, calm and an ideal place for spending your vacations away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Besides its magnificent beauty, it has a spiritual value because it houses some of the most royal ancient monasteries like Raisi fort, Royal palace, Phyang, Likir, Spituk and Thiksey.
The average minimum and maximum temperature of leh Ladakh is as given below. The best time to visit leh Ladakh is also specified..
Perched at a dizzying altitude of over 11,000 feet, the remote paradise of Ladakh offers not only knuckle-gripping adventures through steep, narrow zigzag dirt roads and snow-clad mountains, but also a unique assortment of Indian and international cuisine.
Food in Ladakh is a blend of Tibetan, Indian and Continental fare owing to the vast penetration of tourism in the state. Ladakhi cuisine, however, is seldom available as local ingredients cost more than imported ones. It also becomes even harder to acquire them when the roads are shut for at least seven months every year due to heavy snowfall.
Cheese from Yak’s milk (Chhupri) - Tigmo - Butter Tea - Momo - Thukpa - Thenktuk - Mokthuk - Qahwa - Kulcha.
*We process the payment via a secure gateway.