Spectacularly jagged, arid mountains enfold this magical, Buddhist ex-kingdom of Leh-Ladakh
Situated at a height of about 14,270 ft, it is 134 km long and extends from India to China. Approximately 60% of the lake lies in China.
The Moore Plains, which lie between Tanglang La and Pang, are a massive expanse of golden brown sand flanked by mountains.
A series of 21 hairpin bends take you to an altitude of 15,302 feet and give you a breathtaking view of meandering roads below.
Pashmina Sheep Herds
Pashmina shawls, made from Pashmina goats, are hugely popular across the world.
Also called the Land of Monasteries, they add to the unique flavour and beauty of Ladakh.
You will come across many passes while you visit Leh-Ladakh, most notable is Khardung La, located at 17,580 feet it is the highest motorable road in the world.