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Adventure Trekking Tour Packages for Ladakh in India

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Ladakh lies between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas in the south. It is one of the most populated areas in Tibetan.


It is sometimes called Chota Tibet and is heavily influenced by Tibetan culture.


Ladakh is an incredible destination to enjoy trekking tours. It cheats in the Great Himalayan rain shadow, so there is no monsoon during summer, but during the winter it is long (November to May) with heavy snowfall everywhere.


Take Himalaya Trekking Package because trekking tours in Ladakh are marked with high mountain passes which are common on trekking routes. There are some trek maps, which can only be done during winter in the case of Zanskar Valley trek, which is done along the frozen surface of the Zanskar River.


Some of the trekking routes of Ladakh are as follows.


DAMHA TO LAMAYURU: Crossing the valley of Zanskar in the Indian Himalayas is considered a major trek to reach the starting point of the trek, where you will go from Vardhman valley of Kullu to the tribal area of ​​Lahaul, your trek is 20 days from Darcha Lai starts, crossing 8 passes, the highest being 5090 meters which brings you to Zanskar, the valley that cuts through the rest of the world for about 7 to 8 months.


MARKHA VALLEY: While trekking in the Markha valley, you will get spectacular views of the Ladakh and Zanskar ranges, its civilization is hidden in the valleys, which is rich in culture, visiting small monasteries illuminated with butter. The trails reach the Nimling Plain through willow groves and bushes of wild roses, where one can find nomadic families with a herd of yak. Trek end at Shang, the highest point is Kongmarula 5150 m.) The trek is moderate.


INDUS TO NUBRA VALLEY: This moderate trek is a less frequent trekking route in Ladakh, the trail leads from the Indus Valley to several nearby and isolated villages of the old silk route from Nubra. Buddhist monasteries flourished in the valley. Nubra is a tributary of the Shyok River, which flows parallel to the Indus.


HADESTAY IN LADAKH: This is the best way to mingle with the local population and enjoy the rhythm of village life, which they have been following for centuries, people are farmers, living with herds of sheep, goats and yaks Are, they are honest and welcoming.


Frozen River: This trail of the frozen river has been used by the people of Zanskar for centuries, to go out of the region when the ice paths are closed, the main reason is to do business with the outside world, your children to take to school. To visit the holy places in Leh and a part of Ladakh during winter.



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