Ladakh is a heavenly place, full of picturesque beauty. The astounding views of majestic mountain ranges, spectacular lakes, blissful monasteries, rare beautiful species, lush green fields, unspoiled villages make it a popular tourist destination in India. To have a mind blowing adventure, Leh in Ladakh region is the best place to travel. Though many places of Ladakh don’t have proper communication, it still makes us communicate with nature. Being disconnected with the outside world is the best part of this place. Get connected with the tremendous beauty of Ladakh with nature walks. Going on nature walks in Ladakh not only exercises our body but also soothes our mind.
Some of the best places to go on nature walks in Leh Ladakh are Pangong Tso Lake, Nubra valley, Shanti Stupa, Indus and Zanskar rivers confluence, Thiksey Monastery, Leh Palace, Hemis National Park. Pangong Tso Lake is located across India and China on the Changtang Plateau. This colour changing brackish beauty is a delight for walking. Nubra valley is a place of magical views. By walking and climbing the 500 steps of Shanti Stupa, you can reach the top level and be awestruck with the views of the surroundings. At the point of Nimmu, two rivers Indus and Zanskar meet and the merging of one with muddy water and another with clear water is a picture perfect view that should never be missed. Walking through the Thiksey village to reach the Thiksey Monastery to view the awesome collections of Buddhist artifacts such as stupas, statues, thangkas, wall paintings, swords, big Maitreya statue is a serene experience. Walking around the Leh Palace offers astonishing views of surroundings of Leh on this 9 storey building. Ancient collections of ancient jewelry, ornaments, ceremonial dresses and crowns are a pleasure to view. Walking around the Hemis National Park to view the rare species of birds and animals in the tranquil surroundings is a wonderful experience in Ladakh.