Things To Do in Ladakh

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River Rafting

River rafting in Ladakh is quite unlike anywhere else in the world. It provides the best opportunity to enjoy and experience the natural beauty of the spectacular landscape with deep gorges, towering snowcapped peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside villages, and glimpses of the unique wildlife.
The Indus begins close to the Kailash Mountain and the Mansarovar Lake in Western Tibet. Water levels stay high amid the month June to late August, which is the best season for entrancing boating campaigns. The movement operator offers white water the boating on Indus gives fabulous perspective of the scenes Ladakh and Zanskar ranges which housed Buddhist religious communities on high cliff. River boating on Indus for one to five days.

Camel Safari

In the valley of Nubra The Street from Diskit to Hunder, which falls along the memorable Silk Course, twists through sand ridges where one can spot Bactrian camels. It is one of the two surviving types of camels; they are basically jeopardized sub animal groups with not very many of them exited in nature. These shaggy camels with a layer of thick hair have twofold protuberances on them. These tuff brutes are the locals of the focal Asia. After the conclusion of the Silk Course, the vast majority of the camels were let off into nature. The majority of them have been restrained and are being utilized for household work and to ship the sightseers to the towns of diskit and hunder.

ATV Ride

An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), otherwise called a quad, quad bicycle, three-wheeler, four-wheeler or quadric cycle as characterized by the American National Benchmarks Organization (ANSI) is a vehicle that movements on low-weight tires, with a seat that is straddled by the administrator, alongside handlebars for guiding control. On the way near village Khalsar there is a track available to drive ATV (All Terrain Vehicles), you can enjoy the ride for Charges are Rs 1200/- for 15 minutes.


A bike ride to Leh, Ladakh passes through some of the most breathtaking, challenging and awe-inspiring landscapes found on Earth. From the millions of years of permanence, the Himalayas with mountain streams, high altitude passes, majestic plains and enormous mountain lakes have left a lasting impression on the lucky ones who have got a chance to travel to this remote Himalayan region. But by any means it is not an easy ride since most parts of the road are at altitudes of 13,000 feet and above in the Himalayas. In addition, the number of miles one can cover in a day depends on the road and weather conditions and the few places one can stay enroute. This is where we step in with our experience so you can call your motorbike ride to Ladakh as the “Ride of My Life”.