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Ladakh Valleys

Ladakh is the land of valleys and mountain passes offerings wonderful visions and panorama to keep in mind for a lifetime! There are lots of valleys however the mainly visited almost certainly is the Nubra valley. The Zanskar valley, Markha Valley with Suru Valley is also very trendy.
The Suru and Zanskar valleys in the adjoining to Kargil district part of the erstwhile Ladakh are also very charming and an admired destination amongst mountaineers.

Zanskar valley

Zanskar valley

Zanskar valley is considered as one of the mainly courageous and a mesmerizing one. To Zanskar can be reached by road and by trek in summer. If you go by road, it takes two days to achieve to Padum. Leh-kargil (235kms) and kargil-Zanskar (230kms) around 465 Kms. Zanskar valleys is positioned south west of Leh and south East of Kargil. The road from Leh to kargil is well built with mettle road and from half way between Kargil and Zanskar; the terrain is quite rough and full of magnificent flora & fauna sights.
The scenery of Zanskar valley is superb with diverse shapes and colors of the mountains, rocks and stones. One can also have the chances to see the large glacier on the way. You can also rest and enjoy the cool wind of this unusual region. Its exceptional high passes and the valleys, crystal clear streams and green meadows are very gorgeous, particularly to nature lovers. There are many trekking routes within Zanskar itself.

Nubra Valley

Nubra valley

Nubra Valley Known as Ldumra (the valley of flowers) is positioned in the north of Ladakh. The regular elevation of the valley is about 10,000 ft. above the sea level. The most important attraction in this region is the" Bactarian Camels "which can be also known as shaggy double hump Camel around sand dunes, Deskit and Samstanling monasteries. This Tour can be organized for 3 days 2 nights stay.
The road journey to Nubra valley leads through the world topmost motorable road, Khardongla Pass which is at a height of 18380 ft on top of sea level and approximately 50 kms from Leh. After crossing the pass, travelers can have a view of Khardong village, Khalser and Deskit (the main villages of Nubra valley). The Deskit village offers Guest Houses and lower budget hotels. The Camel Safari can be prepared from Deskit to Hunder village for 2 hours. Hunder village has a small monastery and is located on the ancient Silk Route- an experience to share.

Drass Valley

Drass valley Drass is about 60 Kms to the west of Kargil on the road to Srinagar. The place has beautiful pasture lands. Drass is the second coldest inhabited place in the world where the mercury drips as low as 350c in winters.
The Drass valley starts from the bottom of the Zojila pass, the Himalayan gateway to Ladakh. For centuries its inhabitants are known to have consulted this frightening pass even during the most risky period in the late autumn or early spring, when the whole sector remains snow-rapped and is subject to regular snow storms, to transport trader's merchandise across and to help stranded travelers to traverse it.
During the glorious days of Pan-Asian trade, over the pass by merit they have developed domination above the carrying trade. A hardly people enduring with fortitude and harshness of the valley's winter, the inhabitants of Drass can well be described as the guardian's of Ladakh's gateway.

Suru Valley

Suru valley

The Suru valley is occupied by 25,000 by people of Dard and Tibetan descent. In Kargil and the lower Suru Valley (i.e. Sanku, Panikhar and south as far as Parkachik), the bulk of the population are followers of Shi'a Islam, having converted from Tibetan Buddhism in the 16th century under the direction of Thi-Namgyal. Ahead of this impressive and stunning valley Parkachik there are unoccupied few insignificant settlements like Yuldo and Julidok that also includes Rangdum. The inhabitants staying here are collectively and culturally part of adjoining Buddhist Zanskar Valley and they support the Rangdum Monastery of 18th Century that belongs to the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism About 25 km south of Rangdum Monastery, the 4,400 m (14,436 ft) Pensi La (pass) leads into Zanskar.

Marka Valley

Marka valley

The Marka Valley is in Ladakh. Markha Valley is one of the most well-known treks of Ladakh area. It is a wonderful trip to get introduced with magical and remote Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. While trekking on through this trek tourist passes through beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Mountain Villages, High altitude pastures of Nimaling and High altitude peak Kangyatse.

Puga valley in Ladakh

The Puga valley lies at a distance of concerning 22 km to the east of the Salt Lake Valley across the Polokongka La pass (5,350 m). It is well-known for its borax and sulphur deposits and hot water springs. The deposits, however, are of little commercial value at present due to the inaccessibility of this valley and the short working season. Hundreds of people suffering from ailments like rheumatism and skin diseases come for a bath in the hot water springs of the Puga Valley.

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