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Leh

Leh

A land of scenic beauty and amazing recreations

Leh, the capital of Ladakh, is one of most beautiful and fascinating tourist destinations of India located in Jammu & Kashmir.

Leh is the largest province in Jammu and Kashmir, covering approximately 60,000 square miles. It is surrounded by the highest mountain ranges in the world. The region is blessed with beautiful landscapes, sky-kissing monuments, tranquil lakes and evergreen forests which cast a magical scenic beauty. Apart from that, a Leh tour offers the tourists plenty of recreational and adventurous activities like hiking, trekking, river rafting, polo and archery to get engrossed with.

The region is surrounded by the alpine desert and beautiful landscapes. The dry barren landscape of Leh is full of historic Buddhist monasteries which gives it an incredible sight to behold. Leh’s Buddhist monasteries and historical monuments are the main attractions for the visitors. The most imposing and must visit place in Leh is the Leh Palace, which is a nine multistory residence used to be occupied by the royals in the seventh century. The wooden balconies of the Palace truly fill the heart of an individual with pleasure and joy.

One may also climb up the Shanti Stupa, located just outside the town, to get a better view of the neighboring exotic locales. The various monasteries which are located in this region also add to the beauty of the region. The rocky realm of the region offers a number of bizarre and striking places which are worth visiting at least in a lifetime. The beauty of Leh is incomparable, and no other place can quite match the deep cloudless blue skies here, the barren, multi-coloured mountains, the jewel-like lakes and the ancient Buddhist gompas (monasteries) of Ladakh.

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Shanti Stupa
Shanti Stupa

A Buddhist white-domed stupa (chorten) on a hilltop in Chanspa

Leh Palace
Leh Palace

Overlooks the Himalayan town of Leh, modelled on the Potala Palace in Lhasa.

Tso Gompa
Tso Gompa

A three-story high gold idol of Maitreya Buddha and ancient manuscripts and frescoes.

Sankar Gompa
Sankar Gompa

A relatively modern, attractive cluster of buildings set amongst trees above the town.

Leh Bazaar
Leh Bazaar

Arguably the most crowded place of Leh, having almost every kind of shop.

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame

A museum constructed and maintained by Indian army.