"land of high passes" ( La- Passes, Dakh – Land) that lies between the Kunlun mountain range and the main Great Himalayas. Past centuries ladakh has been dream of traveller in search of peace solitude & adventure.A Mystical Land with Rugged terrains snow caped mountains , chanting monks, chiming monetary bells & colourful Costumes for this reason the traveller call it “little Tibet” At an awesome altitude, this highland is the bridge between the earth and the sky!. The Ladakhies are lovers of nature & landscape & a home to about 1000 diverse Species of flora & more than 100 species of Wild Animals. There are 35 Species of Mammals which are not found in any part of the world.
Ladakh History: Rock carvings found in many parts of Ladakh show that the area has been inhabited from Neolithictimes.Ladakh's earliest inhabitants consisted of a mixed Indo-Aryan population of Mons and Dards, Ladakh was a part of the Kushana empire. Buddhism spread into western Ladakh from Kashmir in the 2nd century when much of eastern Ladakh and western Tibet was still practising the Bon religion. During this period Ladakh acquired a predominantly Tibetan population. The dynasty spearheaded the second spreading of Buddhism, importing religious ideas from north-west India, particularly from Kashmir. The first spreading of Buddhism was the one in Tibet proper.Leh & Kargil are the 02 districts of the Ladakh.
Altitude: 3505 M
Clothing: Light woolens & Cotton wear during Summer while heavy woollens & Thermal wears , Jackets in winter.
Language: Ladakhi, Hindi, Urdu, English.
How to reach: By Flight, By Road.