Spangmik Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Spangmik

This Spangmik-Hanle route is a hidden gem....

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Top Places To Visit in Spangmik 1 Spots

Pangong Lake Rd, Spangmik, Jammu and Kashmir 194201
Camp Redstart gives you a perfect 180 degree view of the majestic mountains and beautiful lake in the morning and the enchanting starry milky way in the evening. The camps are very well maintained and equipped with all the state of art facilities and there are also new luxurious and spacious Deluxe Tents with attached bath. You will also have a free parking lot while you are staying at the camps. The approximate price starts from 4500 per adult.Where: Pangong Lake, Spangmik Village, Leh, Jammu and KashmirPrice: ₹ 5,331 - ₹ 5,780
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Weekend Getaways from Spangmik  

Best time to visit - March,April,May,June,July,August,September,October
A kingdom that has risen above disasters like the 2010 cloudburst and is still able to magnetise a plethora of tourists and travellers every month to it, even when the mercury dips below sub-zero levels. This former capital of the Himalayan Kingdom of Ladakh is chiefly dominated by the ruined Royal Palace of Leh and the eternally serene Pangong Tso, Tibetan for 'high grassland lake', which is spread for 134 km from India to China. If you're someone who loves travelling unconventionally and is interested in the lifestyle that thrives in this high altitude desert, you can stay with locals who have turned their homes into 'homestays' and are open to interacting with non-natives. For a more spiritual and mystical experience, one can also spend the night at monasteries such as Thiksey, Lamauru or the Hemis Monastery, where you will get a chance to interact with Lamas (Buddhist teachers) and learn all about their lives and what they preach. For more visual and audio insights and treats, one can attend the 6 day Ladakh festival, a multihued explosion of Ladakhi culture and tradition, celebrated annually in the month of September in Leh's villages. Leh can always keep you entertained, for instance, with trekking (frozen river trek to Chadar, Padam to Darcha trek), mountain biking, skiing, camel safari, paragliding and even having your car pulled uphill by the magnetic force at the Magnetic Hill. Foodies will get no better thrill than eating at the highest cafeteria in the world, Rinchen Cafeteria. Other popular cafes such as Gesmo, Nirvana Garden, Cafe Jeevan and Norlakh are a must to go to for their lip smacking Italian, Himalayan and local dishes.

About Spangmik

When you've been travelling alone for a really long time, sometimes you want a person who can listen to all the things that cross your mind. Your fears and your passions are all very welcome, without being judged. Sometimes you need a person who can be a witness to this amazing journey you're on, hold your hand and say, 'You know what, you're alright kid!'

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