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Located in the Kargil district of Kashmir, Zanskar is a high altitude semi desert. Located close to the Greater Himalayan mountain range, Zanskar is shielded from most of the monsoon, resulting in warm and dry summers. Parts of the Zanskar region are considered to be some of the coldest and continually inhabitable places in the world. Famous for river rafting, paragliding and trekking, Zanskar is a favourite among adventure junkies. Home to a large number of Tibetan Buddhists, Zanskar is filled with monasteries, the most famous among them being the Stongdey monastery. Due to its location and extreme weather conditions, Zanskar remains accessible only between April and August. Zanskar can be reached from Leh, which is 105 km away. There are regular buses and cabs that go from Leh to Zanskar. The nearest international airport is in Delhi.
Rachita Saxena
Deepa Khanolkar
Today, last day, we were to move from Leh to Kargil. Which means we would cover one of the most famous spots in Ladakh.
Swathi Mudhunuri
DAY4 - DAY8: Leh to Shingra Koma via Chilling (day4) Shingra Koma to Tibb Cave (day5) Tibb Cave to Naerak ( day6) Naerak to Tibb Cave ( day7) Tibb Cave to shingra Koma and drive back to Leh ( day8)
5. Meet the riversGo and meet where the 2 rivers – Indus & Zanskar meet. The summers are the best time to experience the meeting of the two rivers as the Zanskar River freezes during the winters and it is the only way to cross and go to the other side.6. Control the photographer in you, and bird-watch!
pallavi addy
24 Hour! \m/FYI: Don't go for Ghatsal Tours, they are pretty unprofessional about the pick and drop timings and almost forget to pick you up after you have made the payment. We had to wait for 1.5 hours for them to send someone so that we can go back to the hotel