Leh packages: Witness the resplendent beauty of Leh Ladakh
The serenity and elegant beauty of Ladakh cannot me described merely through words and it’s owing to Ladakh packages & Leh packages that tourists from every part of the world can easily come to this place of solitude. From glaciers to mountains to rivers to snow- Ladakh is majestic in its beauty and heavenly in its serenity. Yet there is a hint of spiritualism as this place boasts of many monasteries scattered throughout the region. The Tibetan monasteries and the Buddhist monks evoke reverence and the few temples & mosques give Ladakh its cosmopolitan look.
Adventure sports: Ladakh is not just picturesque but is also a gateway to adventure. At Ladakh, you can enjoy sporting actions like river rafting, trekking, mountain cycling, rock climbing, hiking, skiing (in winter), etc. Ladakh has attractive trekking spots which come alive during the annual trekking festival. People from all walks of life enjoy trekking and other sports with much zeal and child-like effervescence.
Beauty of Leh: Leh is a beautiful, serene and wonderful town bustling with traders & tourists. Under the Leh packages, you can explore the rich culture of the place, visit innumerable monasteries and enjoy sightseeing at lakes, hills and sporting sites. Leh is also popular as a meditation site. Leh Palace, Skara (a charming village) and Shanti Stupa are some of the must-visit places in Leh. The monasteries are architectural wonders and symbolize devoutness and chastity. Hindus, Muslims and Tibetans live together at Leh Ladakh giving the place a unified feel.
Where to stay: There are many hotels, inns and guest houses of a very wide range where you can check in. At Leh, you will find plenty of Leh hotels (both modest ones as well as luxurious ones). Also, with Ladakh packages or Leh packages, you can book Leh hotels in advance and avoid last-minute hassle.
Chief Ladakh attractions: Ladakh boasts of plenty of attractions that make for a satisfying sightseeing. Some of the popular attractions that you should include in your itinerary are
• Leh Palace
• Shanti Stupa
• Skara village
• Hemis Monastery
• Thikse Monastery
• Prayer Wheel
When to visit: Ladakh is best toured during the summer months between May-September. It is a chilly hill station that becomes bitterly cold during the winter. Hence, the tourist activity is very low during the winter months though some occasional tourists do enjoy snow & skiing. Ladakh can be approached both by road and by air.
Local festivals: The riotous Hemis Gompa festival which is observed during May is celebrated with intense fanfare. Leh Festival and Ladakh Festival are also popular and are enjoyed by Indians and foreigners alike.
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Aanchal Gupta - About Author:
Hungry Bags, the country’s largest holiday planner, offers attractive Leh packages and cheap Ladakh packages, inclusive of stay in Leh hotels, and sightseeing. Make your holiday a memorable experience with packages from Hungry Bags!
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