Hunder is the last point for tourist and road beyond leads to the army base for Siachen glacier and it serve as base for tourist exploring the Nubra Valley. Hunder is known for its sand dunes and with that it offer camel rides on these double Hump camels which most of us have never seen. A pleasant drive further east to Hunder road brings you to the village of Sumur and Panamik, famous for its hot springs and beautiful village bazzar.
From Hills to sand dunes, leh has a lott of offer to every visitor. Things that made my journey different from others were the decision of residing in old town. The warmth of the people staying in the neighborhood, trying local cuisine, listening to their mythological stories, being part of their local festivals, learning their language, star grazing in a shivering cold night, and a set of friends for life is was I brought back with me in the end.
Must do things and Must visit Places:
If you are travelling in may-June then take your time to acclimatize and finish local site-seeing. Leh city has City Palace, Shanti Stupa, MG road (market street best place to buy souvenir ), good restaurants to explore local cuisine, a set of Museums ( Asian Central Museum) and set of Monasteries, Temples, Gurudwara and Mosque. If you are travelling for shorter duration, avoid drinking normal water cause that might affect your stomach. Leh City market has shops that provide you with filtered water for 8-10rs/lt. As Leh is situated on higher altitude and oxygen levels are less, you won't feel thirsty but still body is to be kept hydrated. The best way to do that is to drink fresh juices- Seabuck berry juice, apricot juice etc.