Leh - ‘ Ladakh the Land of High Passes’. At 3500 mtrs Leh is the Joint Capital and Largest Town of the Union Territory of Ladakh. The Capital of the Himalayan Kingdom of Ladakh.
Magnetic Hill - it is a Cyclops Hill located near Leh in Ladakh. he Magnetic Hill is marked by a yellow sign board which reads “The Phenomenon That Defies Gravity”. It also instructs you to park your vehicles in the box marked with a white point on the road, which is known as the Magnetic Road. When parked at the indicated spot, vehicles begin moving forward at a speed of almost 20 km/h.
Thiksey Monastery – 3600 mtrs Thikse Gompa is a Tibetan Monastery in Leh situated on a hilltop. Affiliated with the Gelung sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It resembles the Potala Palace in Tibet and it is the Largest Gompa in central Ladakh.
Shanti Stupa – It is a White domed shaped Buddhist Stupa built on a hilltop by a Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu as. Part of the Peace Pagoda Mission. It is a Tourist attraction not only because of religious significance but also for the panoramic views of the landscapes.
Nubra Valley – the Tibetan Name Ldumra means ‘the Valley of Flowers’ it is one of the Sub Districts of Ladakh- Nubra valley is a deep cut gorge formed by the Shyok River and Nubra river.Enjoy the Bactrian Double Hump Camel rides and the scenic beauty in Hunder.
Diskit Monastery – Diskit is the headquarters of Nubra. Diskit Gompa has the 106 feet Maitreya buddha statue
Turtuk - Turtuk offers villages loaded with Apricot trees. An altogether different Terrain and Cultural Orientation than the rest of the Nubra valley.
Khardung La – 5359 mtrs considers to be the Highest motorable road in the World is a Gateway to nubra Valley
Pang Gong Tso – At 4225 mtrs altitude Pangong Tso Lake which Is 134kms long 50% of the lake lies in Tiber rest in Ladakh. One of the Highest Altitude Saltwater Lakes in the world changes colors from Blue to green to red.
Chang La Pass – 5360 mtrs one of the highest Motorable pass in the world, lies on route from Leh to Pangong Tso. The World’s Highest Research Station lies in Chang La