With some awe-striking monasteries and an air of serenity, Nubra Valley is a destination where you can brace yourself for the most adventurous holiday. The place can be entered after offering your travel permits at Khardung La Pass. The place is more than 3000 metres above the sea level and presents a marvelous landscape where the two rivers Nubra and Shayok merge forming a beautiful valley.
With a scenery formed by snow clad mountains, Nubra Valley is often known as ‘broken moonland’ as the valley replicates the landscape of the moon. Some of the best attractions of Nubra Valley are Maitreya Buddha statue, Lachung Temple, Diskit Monastery etc. Nubra Valley also boasts of hot springs of Panamik and the sacred lake called Yarab Tso near the village.
Highlights: One of the major highlights of Nubra Valley is the pictures when views of the highest desert of the world in Hunder where you can bactarian camel rides.
Best time to visit: The best time to visit Nubra Valley is from the month of July to September during the autumn season.
Location: Nubra Valley, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India Distance from Leh: Nubra Valley is located at distance of 150 kilometres from Leh.