Attraction

Attraction

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake, a Sacred lake of Buddhist community in Ladakh and one of the best and most viewed and favourite destination of tourists and Bollywood, situated at a height of almost 4,350m, 217 km from Leh city & is the world's highest saltwater lake. Its water, which seems to be dyed in blue, stand in stark contrast to the arid mountains surrounding it. Extending to almost 160km, one-third of the Pangong Lake lies in India and the other two-thirds in China. There are different interpretations of the meanings of both Pangong Tso and Tsomo Nganglha Ringpo. The Ladakh government website says "Pangong Tso" is Tibetan, meaning "high grassland lake". Tsomo Nganglha Ringpo is Tibetan that is interpreted to mean various different but similar meanings -- "long, narrow, enchanted lake" by Chinese media sources, "female narrow very long lake" by early European explorers, and "long-necked swan lake" by other modern sources. One can feel the solace for mind while reaching Pangong –Tso (lake).

Nubra Valley

Nubra, also called Ldumra, is a historical region of Ladakh,Its inhabited areas form a tri-armed valley cut by the Nubra and Shyok rivers. Its Tibetan name Ldumra means "valley of flowers". Nubra, is 120 km from Leh City, the capital of Ladakh. The people of Nobra know as the guardian of mother India for their fearless fight with Pakistan & China in 1962, 1971 and 1999 Kargil war. Nubra valley also known as valley of valours as in 1971 war under the command of Late Bar Mahavir Chakra Col.Rinchen liberated Turtuk valley from Pakistan with zero casualty. Known for its unique topography and landscape The Shyok River meets the Nubra River (or Siachan River) to form a large valley that separates the Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges. The Shyok river is a tributary of the Indus river. The average altitude of the valley is more than 10,000 feet (3,000 m) above the sea level. The most common way to access this valley is to travel over the Khardung La pass from Leh. Foreign nationals are required to get a Protected area permit to visit Nubra. Since 1 April 2017 Indian citizens are also required to get an Inner Line Permit to visit it and online permit is also available.

Sand Dune Hunder In Nubra Valley

Hundar is a village in the Leh district of Ladakh, India, famous for sand dunes and Bactrian camels. It is located in the Nubra tehsil, on the banks of the Shyok River. The Hunder Monastery is located here. Hundar was once the capital of the former Nubra kingdom. There are several ruined buildings, including the ruins of the king's palace, the Langchen Khar ("Elephant Palace").[2] There is a fort at the top of the hill, called Gula.]Hundar also has two Buddhist temples: the white temple (Lhakhang Karpo) and the red temple (Lhakhang Marpo). Between Hundar and Diskit lie sand dunes .For the convenient of our client De Solace Hotel arrange Hunder stay and sand dunes tours.

Siachen Base Camp

"Sia" in the bodhi language refers to the rose family plant widely dispersed in the region. "Chen" refers to any object found in abundance. Thus the name Siachen refers to a land with an abundance of roses. The naming of the glacier itself, or at least its currency, is attributed to Tom Longstaff Siachen Glacier which is known for highest battle ground in the world in the teraain of minus 60 degree celcius , its about 201 km from Leh City and Govt of India opened Siachen base camp tourist near the base cam, Siachen base camp located in the Yarma valley with amazing terrain and unique mountains shapes only found in Ladakh. In the recent years many foreign tourist have visited Yarma valley to enjoy the ice and rock climbing,To exploit the potential for tourism, the government have made the route convenient for the domestic tourists & lacs of tourists have visited allowed point of Siachen base camp to encourage the moral of Indian Army .There is a recurring planned annual civilian expedition from Siachen Base Camp. India has opened up the entire area from Siachen Base Camp at 12,000 ft to Kumar Post at 15,000 ft for the regular tourism for the civilians. Bana Post at 20,500 ft will remain off limit to tourists. Temperatures drop to below minus 60 degrees celsius during the winter

Yarma Valley & Kobet Valley Home Stay

Away from crowded & Noise , to have a comfort in distress ,With the changing mind of tourists who are loooking & wish to enjoy indeginious country life with clean water and Air to breath and to enjoy the sounds of Siachen River . Many tourists have began to explore the Yarma & Kobet valley in Nubra valley to enjoy home stay to have the pure organic traditional dishes of this particular valley. De solace arrange Home stay In KOBET & YARMA Valley. 720 year old Yarma Gonbo Monatery is also situated near Siachen Base Camp .The sacred monastery and home of FOUR ARMED MAHAKALA & its blessing saved the mother India from the enemies since centuries times. The View of KANGRI SHALMA ( Mt.Shalma ) give us the felling of mighty glaciers Karakoram range.

Khardungla Pass

Khardung La pass is a gateway to some of the most enchanting and unexplored landscapes. This famed mountain pass is very popular amongst adventure seekers and regular tourists alike. Located in the Leh district of the Indian Union Territory, Khardung La is situated at an elevation of 5,359 meters. It is hailed to be the highest motorable pass all across the globe. Historically speaking, Khardung La is quite significant as it lies on the major caravan route that links Leh to Kashgar in Central Asia.

Magnetic Hill

Located at an elevation of 14,000 feet, Magnetic Hill in Ladakh is one of the most mysterious and intriguing places to visit in the country. This small cyclops hillock is said to be a place where the forces of gravity are defied, as it is here where vehicles seem to be pulled in an upwards direction on the hill. While there are several scientific theories that could debunk the mystery of this unique phenomenon, there is also the rather common local superstition, that states that the Magnetic Hill Road is a direct “stairway to heaven.”

Tso Moriri Lake

Amongst the most serene places to visit in Leh Ladakh, Tso Moriri is no less than a heaven. Nestled amidst picturesque and secluded Rupshu Valley, the Tso Moriri Lake is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and amazingly beautiful landscapes. The lake is approx. 4,000 m above sea level, about 29 km long and 8 km wide and is a great destination to enjoy the extraordinary natural elegance.

Lamayuru Monastery

Famous as Tharpa Ling, the Lamayuru monastery is not only the oldest but one of the largest monasteries in Leh. The monastery is located at an altitude of 3,510 m and is amongst the most serene and tranquil Leh tourist places. Home to over 50 monks, it is a famous ancient Buddhist shrine and belongs to the Red-Hat Sect of Buddhism.