A beautiful highland popularly known as “Little Tibet” that is a bridge between the earth and the sky, Ladakh known as the Coldest Desert of the World believes in delivering the extremes. Desert and blue waters, burning sun, freezing winds, glaciers and sand dunes, Ladakh is a region in India totally isolated from the modern world. Rich traditions of Mahayana Buddhism still flourish in the purest form in this region.
Ladakh, the roof of the world, boasts of expansive peaks of snow capped mountain ranges which make the tourists realize time and again the gigantic power of Mother Nature.
Abundant with wildlife and warm people, soulful music, sparkling dresses, tottering turbans, foot tapping dances and rich cuisine, will fill your days with awe and evenings with desires to start exploring again. The palaces, forts and havelis are a quiet picture of the majestic era of the Rajput warriors and delivers you to the grand times. The natural beauty and peaceful lakes offer you tranquility. Jantar-Mantar, the Sun dial, made in the 18th century gives time to n accuracy of 2 seconds. Festivals and fairs, music and dance, are a part of life in the state as well as in the desert.