Leh Vacations

One of the most iconic images of the high Himalaya, the dust-colored Buddhist town of Leh rests at more than 3500 meters in the rain shadow of the world’s highest mountains. With a super-relaxed traveler vibe, it was once the capital of the Himalayan Kingdom of Ladakh, and is the …

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Things to see and do in Leh

alex hanoko | FlickrPangong Lake
Pangong Lake
Ankit Kumar | Trip by SkyscannerNubra Valley
Nubra Valley
Sue King | Trip by SkyscannerLeh Palace
Leh Palace
Sandy N Vyjay | Trip by SkyscannerChang la Pass
Chang la Pass
Sue King | Trip by SkyscannerShanti Stupa
Shanti Stupa
dustin larimer | FlickrThiksey Monastery
Thiksey Monastery
Sue King | Trip by SkyscannerStok Palace
Stok Palace
Fulvio's photos | FlickrLamayuru Moonland
Lamayuru Moonland
Sandy N Vyjay | Trip by SkyscannerHemis Monastery
Hemis Monastery
Dayou_X | FlickrShey Gompa
Shey Gompa

Reviews of Leh

Mantosh Kumaar
Mantosh Kumaar

I loves it the best thing was culture, people, calmness, chant of Lord Buddha in the air. Apart from that most important thing was the helpful nature of local people. Leh is heven.

Shashank Palur
Shashank Palur

The stark beauty of the land is mesmerising. The contrasting colours of snow and water on dry barren land make for breathtakingly beautiful shots.

Manu Jha
Manu Jha

Ladakh is another planet. I have been to quite a places now but Ladakh is stunningly beautiful. Its way beyond comparison and one can't capture the beauty of the most spectacular scenery on earth. If I get a chance, I'd keep going there.

imran siddiqui
imran siddiqui

i can say it is a place you have to visit once in your lifetime it is an amazing experience a lot of activities to go for natural beauty mesmerizing views breath taking moments

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