Ladakh is a region in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that borders Tibet and the Karakoram mountain range in the north, with the Thar desert in south.
Ladakh’s geographical location makes it an important area for trade routes between Central Asia and India. The region was previously controlled by Tibet until it was annexed by Ladakh during British rule.
Ladakh is known for its picturesque landscapes with high peaks, deep valleys, and snow-clad mountains. Its numerous monasteries are some of Ladakh’s most famous tourist attractions.
Ladakh is a region in the Himalayas, also known as the “Roof of the World”. It is one of three regions that make up the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Ladakh boasts religious diversity and rugged landscape. The region has been inhabited since ancient times and is home to some spectacular architecture.
The mountainous terrain offers many opportunities for tourism. There are several places to visit in Ladakh including Hemis Monastery, Tsomoriri Lake, Tso Kar which has a couple of hot springs and Nunnery at Bhagsunag
The highest point in Ladakh is Mount Kailash which is known for its Buddhist temples.