River rafting in Ladakh is rather
unlike anywhere else in the India. It provides the best opportunity to
enjoy and knowledge the natural beauty of the stunning landscape with
deep gorges, high snow-capped peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside
villages, and glimpses of the unique wildlife. Ladakh presents a range
of rafting options on the Indus and its main tributaries. The best
stretch for efficiently guided runs in white water is on the Indus
between Spituk and Nimu or Saspol, the Indus River
has the easiest stretch up to Karu, which is perfect for basic
guidance or "scenic floating". In Present time, running the Indus has
become an attractive option to complement with sightseeing, and features
on the route of most visitors.
The most difficult but thrilling river rafting option is available on
the Zanskar River, along its stunning course through a gorge in the
Zanskar Mountains, between Padum and Nimu.
In modern time, running the Indus has become an attractive alternative
to trekking and features on the tour of most visitors. A variety of
rafting options is obtainable on the Indus and its major tributaries.
The best stretch for efficiently guided runs in white water is on the
Indus between Spituk and Saspol. Beyond Saspol, the river becomes
difficult and funning it requires technically skilled participants and
careful association. India has a wide range of river rafting regions,
which suits both part-time and professionals. The wonderful River
Rafting also referred, as White Water Rafting is the great and
never-ending pleasure in the natural rivers. River rafting in Ladakh
gets you through its charming scenery, consisting of deep canyons, high
snow-covered peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside villages, and
exclusive wildlife. The most excellent time for river rafting tourism in
Ladakh is from June to October. Indus River as well as
its major tributaries in Ladakh presents a broad variety of river
rafting options. One of the best stretches on the Indus River is the one
between Spituk and Nimu or Saspol. Zanskar River in Ladakh has on
present some of the most difficult, but exciting, rafting options.
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Lording it over the old town
from the peak of a craggy granite ridge is the derelict palace of the
16th century ruler Sengge Namgyal.
Claimed to be the major freshwater lake in India, the Wular
Lake can broaden over nearly 200-sq-kms but its real surface area tends
to vary during the year.
Ladakh Festival -
Held by the branch of
Tourism, the Ladakh festival showcases the rich culture of Ladakh. The
festival is marked by dance performances, music shows and much more.
Ladakh is a little known place, and the Ladakh Festivals give outsiders
a chance to recognize the culture of this modern day Shangri La.
The Kashmir valley is gifted with exotic natural scenic beauty of landscape and water bodies, out of them, the most famous are Dal Lake and Nagin