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Explore The Adventure & Beauty of Nature At Ladakh

Ladakh word which means "land of high passes", is a region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir of Northern India sandwiched between the Karakoram mountain range to the north and the Himalayas to the south. The Indian portion of Ladakh is composed of the Leh and Kargil districts. The Leh district is the largest district of India, covering more than half the area of Jammu and Kashmir, of which it is the eastern part. Visit Ladakh By Road , Train & Air

Pangong Tso Lake

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Pangong Tso can be reached in a five-hour drive from Leh, most of it on a rough & dramatic mountain road. The road crosses the villages of Shey and Gya and traverses the Changla pass, where army sentries and a small teahouse greet visitors. Road down from Changla Pass leads through Tangste & other smaller villages, crossing river called Pagal Naala or "The Crazy Stream".

Tsomoriri Lake

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The lake is fed by springs and snow-melt from neighboring mountains. Most water enters the lake in two major stream systems, one entering the lake from the north, the other from the southwest. Both stream systems include extensive marshes where they enter the lake. It formerly had an outlet to the south, but this has become blocked and the lake has become a endorheic lake.

Tso Kar Lake

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The Tso Kar is connected by an inlet stream at its south-west end to a small lake, Startsapuk Tso, and together they form the 9km2 More plains pool, which is dominated by the peaks of two mountains, Thugje (6050 m) & Gursan (6370 m). The inlets of the Tso Kar are a source of non-saline water; pondweeds and basic nettles grow there, forming floating islands of vegetation in the spring and dying off in the winter.

Thatsangkaru Lake

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The Tso Kar is connected by an inlet stream at its south-west end to a small lake, Startsapuk Tso, and together they form the 9km2 More plains pool, which is dominated by the peaks of two mountains, Thugje (6050 m) & Gursan (6370 m). The inlets of the Tso Kar are a source of non-saline water; pondweeds and basic nettles grow there, forming floating islands of vegetation in the spring and dying off in the winter.