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Planning a trip to Ladakh? Once you have decided the places you want to visit and have mapped out your itinerary, comes the biggest challenge before your trip - deciding...

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During the planning of most of Ladakh holidays – the decision of visiting the Khardung La Pass is almost unanimous. Everyone wants to see the world’s highest motorable pass. While...

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When you hear the name Ladakh – the picture that often pops in your head is barren mountains, the world’s highest motorable pass, and an azure blue lake made famous...

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Ladakh as a destination, has always remained an enigma, calling out to travellers from far and wide around the world. With its mighty peaks, barren deserts, surreal lakes and glaciers,...

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Pangong Tso Night Sky Stars Camping
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A jumbo box of different shades of blue crayons won’t be enough to draw the shades of the Pangong  Tso Lake. Much more than just a spectacular lake at a...

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Tso Moriri Lake
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un[travel] to the less explored Tso Moriri Lake at 4595 metres above MSL, away from crowded high-altitude lakes with blinding flashlights. Past green marshland with streams criss-crossing to the lake...

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Turtuk Village
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Over the mighty Khardung-La, on the edge of Shyok valley, lies India’s northernmost village. This is a road fairly less travelled, beyond Nubra Valley, longer perhaps, but with some of...

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Of Lamas and monasteries, butter tea and gently grunting yaks, there’s much more to Ladakh than just spectacular scenery and deep blue lakes. Though made famous by the odd Bollywood...

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