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There is a certain beauty in these barren mountains that you are bound to gasp over. It seems surreal and even more for me when I captured the most amazing reflections on the water that we passed by.

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in the event that you are in leh the one

In the event that you are in Leh, the one

thing that the vast majority suggests that

you do is take an overnight trek to Nubra

valley.

Before

I

hit

Ladakh,

which

is

precisely what many individuals instructed

me to do. Given its fame, added it to our 12 

-  day schedule and along these lines, this

exciting

explorer

of

yours

wound

up

finding a place where there is strange

excellence and quieting reflections  -  Nubra

Valley. Sounds really secretive when I

include those descriptors yet well, that is

truly how i would term my voyage and

truly, how I would term my voyage and

remain in Nubra Valley. This piece of the

adventure was soon after our epic highest

blogger meet at Khardung La and it is the

guaranteed part that I skipped in my past

post on Pangong Tso. Nubra Valley was

not just about our stay at Hunter but rather

the whole adventure that we took from

Khardung La to reach here and back. It

was possibly the most peaceful part of the

journey where we seem to have escaped

any major incidents. This section was so

surreal that I felt as if I were watching a

movie on one of the travel channels like

National Geographic.

hey what they show on that channel is

Hey! What they show on that channel is

real and trusts me on this for I saw it with

my own eyes!!! Now get ready to see it for

yourself

About Nubra Valley

Located along the Northern border of

India, a little below the famed Siachen

glacier

is

the

Nubra

Valley.

With

a

tributary of Indus  -  Shyok River as its

lifeline,

this valley is quite unlike the

valleys that one has heard of. Green in

some parts but a cold desert in many

others and a little rocky in some,

nubra valley surprised me with its textures

Nubra Valley surprised me with its textures

and colors. This was an important place in

the yesteryears for it was one of the key

places that lay along the historic silk route.

There are three key places or towns in

Nubra Valley include Diskit, Hunder, and

Turtuk. Of these, we managed to just drive

through Diskit and stay in Hunter.

The Disappearing Snow Capped Mountains

of Khardung La

Our most astounding blogger meet at

Khardung La gave us an affair of snow-

topped mountains and green valleys of the

topped mountains and green valleys of the

Tsolding Buddha Park where we were

dealt with to some hot Maggi and an

intriguing 2  -  hour exchange. A meet that

was

wonderfully

and

inconsiderately

irritated

by

the

Yaks

who

demanded

traverse at the selected hour. Bloggers

being bloggers had to take that break to

capture it all in their lenses  -  including me.

Done with our meet, we split into two

factions — one that went back to Leh and

the other that continued on to Nubra

Valley. The snow-capped mountains and

the

melting

snow

gave

way

to

a

completely different landscape -  a total

antithesis of the white and green that we

antithesis of the white and green that we

were experiencing so far.

Barren mountains and calming reflections

A few kilometers away from Khardung La

actually, made me turn back constantly in

the car  -  to reassure myself that there were

indeed some snow-capped mountains that

we had crossed. The entire landscape

suddenly was rocky with some streams

flowing around here and there. Patches of

blooms would just appear to interrupt the

otherwise, sandy yet artistic landscape.

There is a certain beauty in these barren

mountains that you are bound to gasp

mountains that you are bound to gasp

over. It seems surreal and even more for

me when I captured the most amazing

reflections on the water that we passed by.

Be it just the calm beauty of those barren

mountains or the stunning beasts that they

shelter.

Hope these tips are helpful Leh Ladakh trip.

In my next blog, I will share my more

experience

about

Leh

Ladakh

tour

packages from Delhi.

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