Ladakh is full of mountains! One of the most famous peaks is the Stok Kangri (on the doorstep in Leh) - Nun (pictured) & Kun are two of the most challenging peaks. And you will find all the variations in between.
Despite the harsh environment, there is an abundance of life in Ladakh. In the summer, thousands of trees and flowers of this exotic highland flora bloom and bring the landscape to light in many colors.
At the Dalai Lama Teachings you get the opportunity to to see H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama up close and to get to know it in its uniqueness.
The impact of the Indian subcontinent on the Central Asian plate not only formed the mountains, but also beautiful lakes such as Tsomoriri, Pangong and Tsokar.
Every year the Ladakh nomads celebrate the birthday of the Dalai Lama with a festival. We would like to invite you to take part in this special event.
You can find these prayer flags everywhere in Ladakh (and not only there). They blow in all sizes and lengths between mountains, monasteries, houses, trees.
One of the usual morning activities in nomadic areas is milking goats. If you would like to enjoy such fresh milk ...
The Tsomoriri lake lies at an altitude of approx. 4,511m and extends over 140 km². The surface usually remains frozen from November to March.
The many monastery festivals are the most exciting and fascinating of all! The monks dance in brightly colored silk robes and expressive masks.
The difficult path over the frozen river offers the only entrance or exit to the valley of Zanskar in winter, since the roads on the passes are impassable.
The many monastic communities in Ladakh belong to different traditions or schools with different emphases in Buddhist philosophy.
Ladakh offers you a wonderful opportunity to get to know the life of the nomads - in conversations, when buying rare stones, or even when sleeping in their tents.