Who wouldn’t have dreamt of biking their way through Leh-Ladakh? Taking a Leh-Ladakh tour by riding through the snow-capped mountains, taking in the scenic beauty, breathing in the fresh air and listening to the winds blow. The Himalayan Odyssey can make this dream come true for anyone having a little thirst for danger and adventure!

Adventure sports are something unconventional which encompass fun and nerve wrecking activities depending on the topography and weather conditions. India is blessed with mountain ranges, alluring valleys, and several rivers and it is not surprising that it has the multitude of destinations for adventure sports. Ladakh is one those few destinations in India whose high

Months to Visit Ladakh Leh being a high desert city of the Himalayan region is known for its Buddhists monasteries and is famous in the recent times more for its trekking expeditions. Ladakh is one of the most sparsely populated regions of Jammu Kashmir and is known for its picturesque locations and natural beauty. There

Changthang region in Jammu and Kashmir is known for its lake, and one such beautiful, sacred and high altitude lakes of India is the Tso Moriri Lake. Tso Moriri Lake is entirely located in the Indian Territory. The lake is about 7 km wide at the broadest point and approximately 19 km long. Tso Moriri

Leh Palace is one of the major attraction of Ladakh. The palace was built by King Sengge Namgyal. The 16th Century architectural epitome is a beautiful creation overlooking the natural landscape of the mighty peaks of Himalaya. The mansions construction began in the 16th century and was completed in the 17th century. The palace has

Shanti stupa is a white domed stupa or chorten dedicated to Buddhism in the town of Leh. Shanti stupa is located on the hilltop at Chanspa, Leh. It is among the Significant tourist attractions of Leh because of its spiritual significance in Addition to for it’s Tibetan style. The white structure offers a magnificent view

Situated in the heart of Leh, Jama Masjid is a beautiful double doomed and intricately carved and adorned mosque built by the Mughals in the 17th Century. It was Constructed in 1666-67 A.D, because of a treaty between Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor with a ruler of Ladakh, Deldan Namgyal. Since the period of its creation,

The Tsemo Fort or the Victory Fort lies on the Tsemo hill is a significant landmark which is virtually visible from everywhere in Leh. Built in the 15th century by King of Ladakh, Tashi Namgyal, a dedicated Buddhist follower. The fort is just 15-minute climb-up opposite Chenrezi Lakhang with its ruins of red bricks. Namgyal Tsemo Monastery

Considered to be the world’s second highest motorable passes, Tanglang La pass is located in the Ladakh region. It is at the height of 5328 meters above the sea level which is 17,480 feet. The pass is where the native Changpa Herdsman live. There is a holy temple on top of the pass. HISTORY It

Situated on the National Highway 1D, linking Srinagar and Leh is the Zojila Pass, a high mountain pass in Jammu and Kashmir. It is in the western segment of the Himalayan mountain range. Zoji La Pass is at the height of 3528m that would be around 11,649 ft, above the sea level. It is quite