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Hemis National Par

Hemis National Par

The Hemis National park is a national park at a very high altitude in the eastern part of Ladakh. It is home to a lot of species of animals, but it is mainly famous for the snow leopards which live here. The Hemis National Park has the highest density of snow leopard in the whole world. The banks of the river Indus surround the northern part of the national park.

Spituk Gompa

Spituk Gompa

Spituk Gompa is a Buddhist monastery in the district of Leh, Ladakh. It is at a distance of at least 8 kilometers from Leh. The founding father of the monastery is considered to be Od-de. The monastery consists a 100 monks, and there is a humongous statue of Kali present in the monastery. It is at the height of around 3,307m.

Travelling to Ladakh, India

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Ladakh is an Indian region which is in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The meaning of Ladakh is the “land of high passes.” Mountains surround it as it extends from the Siachen Glacier (Karakoram Range) to the Great Himalayas. The people here are mainly of Tibetian and Indo-Aryan ancestry. Although it is very sparsely populated, yet it attracts tourists from all over the world due to its beauty and distinct culture. The people here follow a culture that is very similar to the people residing in Tibet. Most people living in Ladakh are Shia Muslims and Tibetan Buddhists. It is one of the coldest places of India and is strategically very important. It formed a connection between the Silk routes, and as it holds great strategic importance, there is a lot of Indian military presence here. Ladakh is a region where you can observe very diverse features of nature. It is quite sparsely populated, but it is home to a lot of species of animals like Yak, Ibex, etc. If you want to enjoy the serenity of nature with beautiful sights, then this is the place where you want to be.

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Ladakh Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Ladakh can be visited via bus or train. So the tickets are easily available. They can be reserved online.

How To Get Around?

The city is not easily navigable, so people don’t usually use cars. You can use a bike, or a motorbike to go from one place to another. A bus can also be boarded to move around in the city.

What Should I Wear?

As the area is frigid, one should only wear very warm clothes. You cannot wear half sleeves or cut sleeves. It is very cold up there. The place is on high altitude where the temperature can also reach up to -7 Celsius.

Ladakh Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit is anytime in the summer season. During winters, most of the area is not navigable as it is covered by ice or snow.


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Will I Need a Guide?

You don’t need a guide for Ladakh. All the attractions are self explanatory and requires no guide. You can easily get what all the things are about.

How To Get There?

Reaching Ladakh can be a long process for most people, but it is definitely worth it. You can board a flight to the Chandigarh International Airport and then reach Ladakh via air by boarding a flight to Leh Kushok Bakula Rinpoche Airport in Leh. Or you can board a train or a bus.

Additional Info

Try not to break any rules or regulations. Not to go to restricted areas as the area is usually in a state of unrest due to various geographical factors and also.