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Sports In Ladakh

The most admired sport in Ladakh now is ice hockey, which is played only on natural ice generally mid–December through mid–February. Cricket is also very popular. Archery is a established sport in Ladakh, and many villages still hold archery festivals, which are as much about traditional dancing, drinking and gambling as about the sport. The sport is conducted with strict protocol, to the complement of the music of saran and Daman (shehnai and drum).
Polo, the other established sport of Ladakh is indigenous to Baltistan and Gilgit, and was probably introduced into Ladakh in the mid–17th century by King Singge Namgyal, whose mother was a Balti princess. However Polo is still popular among the Baltis and the sport with some support from economic bigwigs is an annual affair in Drass region of District Kargil.

Ladakh Archery

Archery In Ladakh Ladakh Archery has been a chosen pastime activity for the people of ladakh and has been stated in various national epics also. Even today the people of ladakh idolize the legendary hero darpon chemo, the great archer of the kesar sagar. Separated into two groups, each having a captain, the participants, in pairs of two in Ladakh Archery enter into an arrow shooting competition, shooting at the isa ga or the bull's eye. When one hits the bull's eye, his partner offers 'khatak' or white scarf to him. He has to lead a dance at the end of the round of shooting. Ladakh Archery is an vital component in the performance of cultural, social and traditional activities of ladakh. Since it's a traditional sport it has been inherited from generation to generation and today the younger load is persuing this sport as their carrier showing great skill and performance.

Ladakh River rafting

White Water Rafting Ladakh The Indus River, locally known as the Singhe Khababs (out of Lion's mouth), runs across the North West to the south east, passing through Ladakh. The Indus, initiates near the Kailash Mountain and the Mansarovar Lake in Western Tibet. A water level stays high throughout the month June to late August, which is the finest season for mesmerizing rafting expeditions. The travel agent offers white water rafting on Indus offers stunning view of the landscapes Ladakh and Zanskar ranges which housed Buddhist monasteries on high cliff.River rafting on Indus for one to five days.

Safaris In Ladakh

Camel Safari In Ladakh Located at the high elevation 3000 meters above sea level between the regal Himalayans and Karakoram mountain ranges in the northernmost part of Indian nation, the surrounded by land region of Ladakh is a worldwide acclaimed adventure tourism spot. It is well known for plentiful natural beauty and several adventures sports. Ladakh is a perfect place to enjoy mountain safaris. Tourists can take happiness of mountain baking, camel rides, jeep safaris, etc in its vicinity. On their tour tourists will also enjoy sightseeing of several towering and snowcapped hill peaks, rich collection of flora and fauna, several important spiritual places. Well, if you are bored from your daily life routine and want to wealth some adventures then safari tours in Ladakh will be the completely refreshing break for you.

Trekking in Ladakh

Trekking In Ladakh Ladakh, lying amidst Superior Mountain passes of the Himalayas and the Karakoram is bewitched with high terrains for incredible trekking chances. The far north of India neighboring Tibet, Kashmir and the Karakoram, this serene land of the Himalayas brings unavoidable natural wonders for everyone and such harsh yet expressive loveliness typically ornaments the 'little Tibet' for most superb Ladakh trekking opportunities for the passionate adventure lovers with its different trekking trails. Fascinatingly, adding more flavors to the Ladakh trekking tours one can find the detailed descriptions of numerous different treks across Ladakh and Zanskar regions. These famous treks are especially meant for the rigorous enthusiastic beings who love exploring nature by twisting their moves.

Ice Hockey In Ladakh

Ice Hockey In Ladakh Ladakh is well-known for its pristine natural beauty and spiritual places like monasteries and stupas, but now it has also come to be known as emerging destination for lovers of winter sports like ice hockey in Ladakh and ice skating. Since Ladakh is one of the few places in India that freezes in winter. As north India comes under the grip of chill, the cold desert of Ladakh gears up for winter sports, skating and ice hockey in Ladakh which are hugely popular. Ice hockey in Ladakh, also called shinny or pond hockey, are a way of life during the long winters in Ladakh.

Camping in Ladakh

Camping in Ladakh

Ladakh, known as "Moon Land", is an ideal place for camping and to explore the nature. Ladakh is a place with stunning scenes for camping and gives high-quality options. Ladakh has high snow sheltered mountains, rivers, stunning gorges, thick forested areas in Himalayan range. For a good camping, it is suggested that you have a company of excellent guide, so that no hassles is faced during the camping. Camps in Ladakh are Away from the hectic life of urban. Camping here is not only for relaxing, but it will take you to the unbelievable voyage.
The camps that are prepared in Ladakh, takes place in Sham Valley (from May to October), Leh – Karzok – Nubra, Leh – Wanla via Lamayuru, Leh – Hemis via Nubra Valley, Zanskar Valley and Srinagar Ladakh area. All these camps, except in Sham Valley, are held from June to October. The places cover in these camps are Leh, Phyang, Taru, Umla, Ney, Likir, Hemis, Takthot, Tegar, Mulbek, Kargil, Karcha, Zangala, Padum, Rangdum, Lamayuru, Shara and many more.

Mountaineering in Ladakh

Mountaineering in Ladakh All over the world, Mountaineering is the most Adventurous sport as it is full of challenges. Ladakh is the paradise for mountaineering as there are so many peaks and mountains to climb. Only dare devils can dare to climb these. Climbing and conquering the lofty peaks of Ladakh needs extreme fitness. However, before attempting to climb any peak acclimatization to weather is necessary. Climbing peaks in Ladakh may require one to three weeks.

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