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Known as Ldumra or the valley of flowers, Nubra Valley is located in the north of Leh. From Leh, there is a rough road that leads to the beautiful Khardung La. It is the highest motorable pass in the world. Beyond the pass, there is flat Nubra Valley, which is crisscrossed by the winding channels of the Nubra and Shyok rivers. The average elevation of the valley is about 10,000 ft. above the sea level. The highlight of this area is the Bactarian Camels (Shaggy double hump Camel) around Deskit, sand dunes and Samstanling monasteries.
At first look, the valley seems dry and parched. This is the major farming land by Ladakhi standards.
Farmers cultivate here apricots, apples, barley and the orange berries of the tsestalulu. Dotted with old gompas and ruins of palaces and villages all around the valley, the place captivates the tourists.
Trekking in Nubra Valley
Tourists can enjoy the fun of adventure and beauty of nature. The beautiful greenery against the backdrop of the magnificent mountains will surely steal your heart. This large valley, separates Ladakh and the Karakoram Ranges. The spectacular view of the Siachen Glacier can also be captured to the north of the valley.
Best Time to Travel
From June to September is the best time to travel to this gorgeous valley.
Must Visit Attractions
This village is visited for the Diskit Gompa. Being the oldest and the largest monastery, it holds the attention of tourists. Located amidst the apricot plantations, the monastery is 350 years old. For enjoying the tranquility, it is a good place. One can enjoy an exciting ride on the double-humped camels.
Hot Water Sulphur Springs
These beautiful springs can be seen at the village of Panamik. It is the last destination where tourists are allowed to travel. People believe that the springs have the curative medicinal properties.
Situated at Sumur Village, this monastery boasts of a fine collection of frescoes, idols and tangkhas (painted and embroidered scrolls). People also love to enjoy camping along side the river.