Ladakh Images From Our Women Tour Will Leave You Awestruck!
Ladakh is blessed with places of such grandeur that they make you marvel at the power of nature and we all witness that through the Ladakh images. Best known for its breathtaking landscapes, arid mountains, picture-perfect stupas and warm locals, Ladakh is a true delight for people seeking time out from the urban chaos. Smiles from men in vibrant Ladakhi attires, greetings from shy local women and the overwhelming chatter of rosy-cheeked children- these simple things offer fond memories and a glimpse into the Ladakhi culture. You’re also certain to experience the spiritual essence of this Buddhist land that lingers in its colourful fluttering prayer flags and wheels.
The biggest draws of this Himalayan land are the timeless monasteries and villages nestled in highlands, giving you an opportunity to click endless Ladakh images for the gram! Our women tour to Ladakh was filled with endless fun, unique experiences and bountiful of nature; come join us on a virtual tour of Ladakh as captured by our travel Goddesses;
#1. Shanti Stupa
This Buddhist monument built by a Japanese is located on a hill at the dizzying height of 11,841 feet and, offers panoramic views of Leh and the Changspa village. The white-dome structure is best witnessed on a full moon night, when it is naturally illuminated by the moonlight. Capturing Ladakh images wouldn’t be complete without this enthralling structure.
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#2. Nubra Valley
Nubra valley, also fondly known as ‘valley of flowers’ is one of the major tourist places to visit in Leh. Along with many sightseeing opportunities, the 150-kilometre-long valley also encompasses the Diskit monastery, white sand dunes of Hunder and giant statue of Maitreya Buddha. Wouldn’t we all want this beautiful shot of Nubra Valley to be in our Ladakh gallery?
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#3. Khardung La
At an elevation of 5,359 m from sea level, Khardung La is claimed as the world’s highest motorable pass. This gateway to Nubra and Shyok valleys is one amongst the must visit places of Leh Ladakh and is usually covered by all Ladakh tour packages. Tourists here have their pictures taken at the pass sign, for which there’s often quite a queue.
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#4. Sangam Point
This beautiful Ladakh image is taken at Nimmu valley that marks the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar River. At the meeting point, the river passes through the spectacular Zanskar Gorge that is blessed with breathtaking vista of nature, making it apt for clicking great photographs.
#5. Magnetic Hill
This wonder of nature is backed with theories of different reasoning and logic. But did you know, it’s nothing but an optical illusion that makes the down-slope of the road leading to the Magnetic Hill look like an up-slope. So, this is the place in Ladakh where you see the vehicle going uphill when it is actually going downhill. You must’ve seen many Ladakh images of travellers posing at Magnetic Hill.
#6. The Leh Palace
Built after the fashion of medieval palaces in Tibet, this 17th century palace overlooks the town of Leh. Located atop a hill, the nine-storey edifice is one of the iconic structures of Leh, despite its dilapidated outlook. This palace also encompasses a museum with artefacts dating back to almost 450 years. Being among the top attractions of Leh, it’s a well known photo-stop for tourists.
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#7. Pangong Tso
This beautiful Pangong Lake, at a height of 4350 m, extends from India to China. Did you know this lake changes colour and is one of the renowned places to visit in Ladakh. With being one of the top attractions of Ladakh, the Pangong Lake is a popular spot for taking pictures. This lake was featured in the movie 3 Idiots, where Kareena Kapoor confessed her love. You can relive your Kareena moment by taking pictures on that iconic yellow scooter as a bride. Now that’s a perfect picture moment to cherish from your trip to Ladakh.
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