Ladakh Bike Trip Package
place Leh date_range 9 Nights / 10 Days
Extending from Kunlun mountain regions to the Himalayas, Ladakh is a heavenly destination in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ladakh is mostly attached with Leh and together they are mostly known as Leh Ladakh. There are two routes to reach Ladakh namely Srinagar - Leh Highway and the other is Manali - Leh Highway. Most of the people travel via Manali - Leh route. It is full of prayer flags and monasteries. The thrilling landscapes draw the large attraction. Cold deserted mountains are used as mountain biking.
Buddhism is the main religion in Ladakh. It is scribbled with eye-catching monasteries among which Hemis Monastery and Thiksey Monastery comes under top list. The most famous festival celebrated by Ladakhi is Hemis Tsechu in its Hemis Monastery. It is organized in the month of June marking the birthday of Guru Rinpoche who is also known as Indian Budhhist master Padmasambhava. The mask dance performed by lamas is the major thing to spot here. The traditional food of Ladakh is Skyu and Khambir. Bhoti is a Tibetan language which is largely spoken in Ladakh.
Hemis Monastery: Hemis Monastery is the Tibetan Monastery in Hemis. It celebrates Hemis Tsechu festival in a very large way. It is the best place to visit in Ladakh.
Thiksey monastery: Located on top of a hill of Thiksey village, Thiksey monastery is the top tourist destination in Ladakh. This is the only monastery which allows tourist to stay.
Pangong Lake: Settled upon a height of 14, 270 feet, this is a blue lake and is very famous all over the world. 134 km long Pangong Lake extends from India to China.
Shanti Stupa: Shanti Stupa is the splendid Tibetan structure in Chanspa under Leh district. Built in 1991 by a Japanese Budhhist, It holds the relics of Buddha.
Tso Moriri Lake: Changthang Plateau extends from Tibet to Ladakh. The part which lies in Ladakh houses a beautiful lake called Tso Moriri Lake or Mountain Lake at a height of 14835 feet.