A blend of adventure and mysticism make for the unique allure of Ladakh. Also popular as Moonland for its outlandish landscape of vast barren mountains, the bluest of skies and beautiful lakes that change colour during the day.The land where, stupas stretch skywards, monasteries cling on to forbidden cliff-faces, valleys are bouquets of fresh flowers and peaks are crests of glaciers.
Ladakh, the land of jagged peaks and barren landscape is at once alluring and awe-inspiring. Hidden behind this harsh and forbidding façade is an ancient civilization and a captivating people. With its unaltered character and overwhelming natural beauty Ladakh beckons the more intense and adventurous of travelers.
Ladakh offers excellent opportunities for adventure tourism. You can go river rafting in the highest location for the sport in the world along the 26-kilometers stretch from Phey to Nimo along the mighty Indus River. Ladakh's high altitude and mountains make it an ideal spot for mountaineering, trekking and rock climbing. The roads to Ladakh offer superb biking conditions, tough climbs, endless descent and maximum off road potential to be called one of the most challenging biking routes of the world.