If you are a bike riding enthusiast, just imagine the experience of riding the bike through Ladakh route. During the ride you can really enjoy the scenic and breathtaking views. Riding the motorbike between 5000 ft deep trench and mountain peak gives an exhilarating experience.
Acknowledged as 'The Snow Desert' Ladakh at a height of 9000 ft to 25000 ft from sea label is surrounded by world's two highest mountain ranges 'The Himalayas and The Karakoram'. These two mountain ranges are backbone of Ladakh scenic beauty. It's believed that Ladakh was once covered by a pandemic lake network. Tso-Moriri, Tsokar and Pangong Tso Lakes probably the most eye-pleasing elements of the region.
These high mountains have witnessed oldest Buddhist Monastries and religious practice. Hemis, Namgyal Tsemo, Sankar, Shanti Stupa, Thiksey, Likir, Spituk, Lamayuru and Shey are some of the most frequently visited monastriers of Ladakh. Shopaholics can purchase some beautiful goods made by artisans of the valley. Things like Tea and chang pots, hookkah-bases, bowls pashmina shawls ,carpets and especially Thangka paintings are hot favorites. This place is heaven for heaven freaks. They can go for trekking, river rafting, mountain climbing, cycling, camel safaris, polo and archery.
From November to May, Ladakh is almost completely cut off from the outside world due to snowfall and extreme cold. Reaching Ladakh is bit tough due to its geographical location. Leh has flight service from Delhi, Srinagar and Jammu. Transport is mainly done in the valley region by local bus, chartered Taxi and rented motorcycle.