6 Best Things To Do In Ladakh

Things To Do In Ladakh

Famous as the crown of North India Tourism, Ladakh is one of the most amazing places in India which is famous for its glaring mountains, serene sky, charming meadows, whistling rivers and pristine lakes that would make a perfect place for all nature enthusiasts.

With its unparalleled beauty Ladakh has made its very own place that required no introduction. If you are an adventure lover, trust us, Ladakh is the place for you. Seeing the popularity for Ladakh, we have brought to you the list of things to do in Ladakh which you simply cannot miss. We are sure that these places and activities will surely make your north India tours memorable.

  1. The Performance of Llamas on Chamms
  2. Enjoy Watching Snow Leopard
  3. Camel Safari in Ladakh
  4. Savoring Maggie at Maggie Point
  5. Try Savoring “Churpi” The Yak Cheese
  6. Spending Time with Monks in Monasteries

1. The Performance of Llamas on Chamms

The Performance of Llamas on Chamms
The Performance of Llamas on Chamms

One can enjoy the rich culture and tradition of Ladakh by watching the Llamas perform the colorful Chhams. The Chamms performed by the Llamas will give an introduction to the true spirit of Ladakh. Llamas wearing the flaunting vibrant clothes and formidable masks will be pleasing site to see. The best time to watch this dance is during the Hemis Festival or Ladakh Festival.

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2. Enjoy Watching Snow Leopard

Enjoy Watching Snow Leopard
Enjoy Watching Snow Leopard

Snow Leopards are some of the endangered species of animals which are rare to see. White sharp body with black patches and piercing eyes will surely be worth watching. Snow Leopards are seen in few places only in the world. If you are in Ladakh do not miss the opportunity to spot this big white cat. There are only around 200 snow leopards in this area and they can only be seen during the winter time. Hemis National Park is the home to Snow Leopards.

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3. Camel Safari in Ladakh

Camel Safari in Ladakh
Camel Safari in Ladakh

The camel safari is the thing you anyone would generally expect during the Rajasthan Tourism. But Ladakh is another place in the country where you can enjoy the adventurous camel safari on the back of Bactarian Camels. These are different kinds of mountain camels which are having the dual humps that are used to store the fats rather than water in it. In Ladakh, the camel safari can be done in the Nubra Area from Hundar to Diskit. An exciting camel safari will take you more close to amazing culture, heritage and lifestyles of the Ladakh. Watching highly contrastive landscape, lush green apricot and charming villages of Nubra while doing camel safari will surely make your North India Tours memorable and enhancing.

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4. Savoring Maggie at Maggie Point

Savoring Maggie at Maggie Point
Savoring Maggie at Maggie Point

You all must have had Maggie at your hostel room, pg or your home which you all have had cooked in different style. Yet there is one more place where you must try the delicious Maggie, and the place is Maggi Point in Ladakh. This place is located at high on the apex of the mountain which makes this place featured in the highest cafeteria in the world. Sitting in this cafe and savoring these two minutes noodles watching the spectacular beauty of the majestic Himalayas will definitely be a thrilling experience for you all.

5. Try Savoring “Churpi” The Yak Cheese

Try Savoring “Churpi” The Yak Cheese
Try Savoring “Churpi” The Yak Cheese

Yaks are found in abundance in Ladakh, they make the cattle of Ladakh a rich one. The Yaks are here used in milk, butter and meat to tantalize the taste buds. The Yak Cheese is one of the major things that are quite popular among the locals as well as travellers. While being on your Ladakh Tours make sure you use the world Chhupuri rather than Yak Cheese, the local understand the dish by its local name. The super taste of Yak cheese will linger in your memories for the life time. This is a traditional Himalayan dish which, the taste of which will surely be a memorable one.

6. Spending Time with Monks in Monasteries

Spending Time with Monks in Monasteries
Spending Time with Monks in Monasteries

Dalai Lama is believed to be the head of Buddhist Monks; he with thousands of other monks moved to Ladakh and made his home. Today Ladakh is considered as the spiritual hub of Buddhism. Off-course the scenic beauty of Ladakh which is worth experiencing but time spent with Buddhist Monk will surely be a soothing experience for you. The divine aura of Monasteries will take you to the most amazing journey of your life which will make your north India tour plan a divine one.

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