Also known as Ldumra (the valley of flowers), Nubra Valley is located in the north Leh. Toursits visit here for the Bacterian Camel safari and to explore the Khardung la Pass and Deskit & Samstanling monasteries. You can visit there via the Khardongla road, which is located 40kms away from Leh.
Also known as the land of Nomads, Chang Thang is located on the East Leh. Residents of Chang Thang also call it Rupsho Valley. Tourists can explore more about the Changpa nomads, migratory birds, lakes, and several wild animals when they visit to Chang Thang.
The Tsomoriri Lake is situated near the Korzok village. Visiting here would enable you to interact with the nomadic people and explore the vast mountain bounded extended water. You can also visit the Tsokar lake, which is located 76 kms away from the Tsomoriri lake.
The deep blue-colored Pangong Lake provides the perfect serene atmosphere for the tourists that are seeking peace.
The Land Of Aryans
Dhahanu is known as the land of Aryans, as the Drokpa community, believed to be the last race of Aryans, resides here. Tourists can explore their pre-Buddhist cultural practices by visiting here. It is located in the South West of Leh.