Honeymoon in Ladakh

mountain-india Only few people must have thought of Honeymoon in Ladakh and very few among them must have venture on this direction. But Honeymoon in Ladakh will offer you an enjoyment experienced in none other Honeymoon destination of India. Also known as ‘The Moonland’, ‘Little Tibet’ or the ‘Last Shangri La’, Ladakh offers you diversity unknown to you, scenic beauty unseen by you and enjoyment unmeasured by you earlier.

Honeymoon Attraction in Ladakh

Honeymoon in Ladakh comprises of visit to five different regions of Ladakh, namely, Leh, Nubra, Zanskar, Lower Ladakh and Rupshu formed by the crisscross of the River Indus. Honeymoon in Ladakh The two districts of Ladakh are Leh and Kargil. On your Honeymoon in Ladakh, visit the Stork Palace Museum, Hemis Monastery, Thikse Monastery, Shey Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Likir Monastery and Lamayuru Monastery in Central Ladakh. Leh is the capital of Ladakh where you can see the Leh Palace, Tsemo or the Red Gompa, Soma Gompa or the New Monastery, Sankar Gompa, Leh Mosque, Japanese Shanti Stupa and Peace Pagoda.

Extend your honeymoon in Ladakh by a few days to see a little more of diversity in the region. From Ladakh, you can plan for excursion to Dha-Hanu, Nubra Valley via Khardungla Pass, Changthan Area, Kargil, Suru Valley and Zanskar. Also see the Pangong Tso, a salt-water lake, considered to the highest salt-water lake in the world. Get a lesson in some of the adventure sports on Honeymoon in Ladakh such as archery, camel safaris, ice climbing, mountaineering, mountain biking, polo, trekking and white water rafting.

Honeymoon in such an exotic location means taking back the regional specialties back home a happy reminder of the enjoyable honeymoon as well as presents for family and friend. Shop for apricots, Buddhist masks, Chinese brocades, enameled mugs, Kashmiri handicrafts, Pashmina shawls, semi-precious stones, silver as well as traditional Ladakhi jewelry, thangka paintings, wooden tea bowls and woolens from Fort Market, Main Market, Moti Market and Tibetan Market. The shops in which you can easily find these items are the Ladakh Art Palace, Tibetan Handicraft Emporium and Ladakh Environment and Health Organization on the Main Bazaar Road; Tibetan Handicraft Community Showroom in Choglamsar and Cottage Industries Exposition, ecology Center and Women’s Alliance in Changspa.