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Ladakh is a land abounding in awesome physical features, set in an enormous and spectacular environment. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Karakoram in the north and the Great Himalaya in the south, it is traversed by two other parallel chains, the Ladakh Range and the Zanskar Range. Today a high-altitude desert, sheltered from the rain-bearing clouds of the Indian monsoon by the barrier of the Great Himalaya, Ladakh was once covered by an extensive lake system, the vestiges of which still exist on its south-east plateaux of Rupshu and Chushul, in the drainage basins or lakes of Tso-moriri, Tso-kar and Pangong-tso. But the main source of water is winter snowfall.

Ladakh, and its surrounding region of Zanskar offer everything to the adventure lovers and avid travelers, jeep excursions to the unexplored monasteries, villages, passes and valleys or hiking and trekking in the captivating grandeurs of Himalayan mountain ranges -trekking that last from 2 days to 40 days. Or if you are a lover of mountain biking with fitness to match and zest for life and adventure—through its valley, over its high mountain passes to the high altitude lakes, Ladakh offers unparallel opportunities for bikers. White water on Indus and Zanskar River has been dream run for the seekers of ultimate adventure. High altitude land of Ladakh is photographer’s paradise; an amateur photographer can take the most scintillating pictures that will win prize in National Geographic magazine. Ladakh offers unparallel opportunities for the students of cultural anthropology, or real cultural immersion. Wilderness Experience offers all this more….

Top 10 things to do in Ladakh.

1. Trekking and Climbing in Ladakh. Trek that can last from 2 days to 40 days.
2. Jeep drive to the Buddhist monasteries.
3. Witness the monastic festivals.
4. Adventure Jeep safaris to the high altitude lakes and remote villages.
5. White water rafting on the raging Zanskar and Indus rivers.
6. Mountain biking through high passes to the valleys of Indus.
7. Photographer’s paradise… Himalayan landscape, wilds of Ladakh and smiling portrait of Ladakhi.
8. To the lovers of wild life and birds, Ladakh is home to the elusive cat- the Snow Leopard in high Rocky Mountains or it takes you where only Golden Eagle dares.
9. Cultural immersion to the students of eastern philosophy and life through village home stays with opportunities to participate in the daily chores of natives.
10. Simply sampling few of the above in your vacation- to make it the most memorable trip of your lifetime, because you can’t often make it to this remote Himalayan Kingdom.