Activities

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River Rafting

River rafting in Ladakh is quite unlike anywhere else in the world. It provides the best opportunity to enjoy and experience the natural beauty of the spectacular landscape with deep gorges, towering snowcapped peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside villages, and glimpses of the unique wildlife. The Indus begins close to the Kailash Mountain and the Mansarovar Lake in Western Tibet.

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Camel Safari

In the valley of Nubra The Street from Diskit to Hunder, which falls along the memorable Silk Course, twists through sand ridges where one can spot Bactrian camels. It is one of the two surviving types of camels; they are basically jeopardized sub animal groups with not very many of them exited in nature. These shaggy camels with a layer of thick hair have twofold protuberances on them.

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ATV Ride

An all-terrain vehicle called a quad, quad bicycle, three-wheeler, four-wheeler as characterized by the American National Benchmarks Organization is a vehicle that movements on low-weight tires, alongside handlebars for guiding control. On the way near village Khalsar there is a track available to drive ATV (All Terrain Vehicles), you can enjoy the ride for Charges are Rs 1200/- for 15 minutes.

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Bon Fire

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Stargazing

In a world where light pollution is actually a thing, it can be a challenge to find a place away from the city glow to explore the night sky. Tripoto has put together a guide to witness the infinite beauty and the ineffable vastness of the cosmos that we share with the stars. Place to stargaze in Pangong Lake TSO.

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Photography

In Ladakh, there are immense opportunities for photographers – the landscapes, the culture, the monasteries and the people. Photography is allowed in most monasteries, some with a nominal fee. However, look out for signboards mentioning about Photography. In some monasteries, it is not allowed. the purpose of a monastery is to pray at peace.

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