Aren’t you preparing for a trip to Leh already!

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Beauty of trip to Ladakh is that each time you go, you have entirely a new experience waiting for you, even if you are going to same place in same weather or a different one in different weather. You can always expect something unexplored, Its also because, you just can’t experience the whole diversity of this amazing place in one trip. You need many-many trips for this.

The desert with white snow, green poplars and Indus river! View on outskirts of Leh.
Window to the peace… nature!
Saucer at the roof top! 
View of Leh valley surrounded by Himalayan ranges.

Way to leh! Read: Reaching climax- On the top of the Manali-Leh route

So, this is the time when you need to put your plans for this years Ladakh trip in place and start preparations. An extraordinary place like Ladakh can’t be enjoyed without some extraordinary preparations. So go ahead.

Let there be some light! View from Leh palace.
Every dark cloud has a silver lining. Give peace a chance in toughest of times!!
View from Leh palace.

Adventure enroute Leh! Read: Pang – Thrill of being at highest transit camp in the world

“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”
View from Namgyal Palace in Leh.

I am sharing here views of Leh town, which I myself missed altogether during my first trip to Leh. But, as I said, you can’t have everything, every time. Such and many more amazing views can be for you when you visit Leh in the coming season.

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.”
Searching for peace in difficult times!!
Shanti Stupa at Leh in evening.

Also read: September fun in Leh with Ladakh Festival

As the sun sets and it gets darker, lights start filling the Leh valley, summing up a majestic view from the Shanti Stupa!

Around Leh! Read: Photo tour of Hemis on the eve of Teschu festival

When the night falls at the Himalayan Kingdom! View from Shanti Stupa at Leh at dusk!

Travelling beyond Leh! Also read these posts on this blog-

Khardungla might have lost the height but not the sheen

Silver sand dunes and a double humpy ride.

Diskit monastery which braved the Mongolian invaders

Turtuk, beauty of the last bastion

Are you planning to go to Ladakh this year? How are you preparing for this amazing journey? Share with us in the comments section below.

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  1. Awesome place to visit.
    Thanks for this article. Thanks for sharing this information.
    Keep Posting ! Your article is really very useful.
    Thanks !!

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Thanks a lot for dropping by and sending a lovely comment my way!

  2. ryan says:

    Very interesting post!. Especially second images is too good…Thanks for sharing!

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Thanks a lot for the lovely comment.

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