Ladakh is popularly known as ‘Last Shangri-La’, as it remained landlocked and hidden from man’s roving eyes for centuries. Ladakh literally means ‘the land of many passes’ Ladakh is totally distinct in its culture and topography from rest of the country as the faces and physique of the Ladakhi, and the clothes they wear, are more akin to those of Central Asia. Opened to tourist in 1974 the region is predominantly Buddhist with centuries old monasteries and Stupas dominating the region, which is treasure house of fascinating frescos paintings and statues of Tantric deities embodying deep philosophy of Mahayana Buddhism.
Besides this, the landscape of Ladakh is glorious but stark and the surrounding mountains are painted in colors that only nature could choose, and is unique on their own, it should not be compared with other hill stations of the world. For adventure lovers Ladakh have lots to provide, rafting on Indus and Zanskar rivers, Expedition, trekking in the remotest villages of Ladakh and to explore high altitude flora and fauna. However, Ladakh isn’t a place that can be explored easily and in a short time, so if you wish to go behind the superficial sightseeing, please give us a chance to arrange your tours in Ladakh.