Located in greater Himalayan range – Ladakh (Land of high mountain passes) is India’s most remote and sparsely populated region, a high-altitude desert cradled by the Karakoram and Great Himalaya ranges. Often described as “Little Tibet” or “the last Shangri-La”, and culturally different from rest of India. It is one of the last enclaves of Mahayana Buddhism.
To reach here best is to fly from Delhi to Leh. A small atmospheric little town that was a staging post on the old Silk Route. North of Leh, across the highest driveable pass in the world, Khardung La. From far east of Ladakh you can glimpse Tibet from the shores of Pangong Tso Lake. The region offers an amazing opportunity to adventure lovers from including treks to looks for Snow Leopard, Cycling, Rafting, Landscape photography, 4WD Driving.
A land of mystery and folklore, of Silk Route legends and ancient villages perched high above raging rivers. Ladakh and its remote Zanskar region, scattered amongst the glorious Trans Himalayan expanses, will endlessly engage the visitor with its dramatic natural scenery, its Buddhist gompas with their painted murals and beautiful icons and its wild landscape rich in promise of adventure activities and cultural experiences.ITINERARY DETAILS
Ladakh has a fauna very different from that of the rest of India. The appeal of Ladakh’s wildlife lies not only in this uniqueness, but also from the remoteness and harshness of the land. This tour is meant for those who are purely interested in tracking and viewing the elusive snow leopard.ITINERARY DETAILS
This mentored photography tour takes you through the river-front and by lanes that offer incredible people and street photography opportunities in Varanasi.ITINERARY DETAILS
May we suggest horseback riding? Gallop and canter through the desert past forts and palaces then spend your evenings in castles or luxury camps. Or do you prefer a camel safari experiencing 16th century caravan lifeâ€¦EXPLORE MORE
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India is best place for photography or film making. It has only 2.4 percent of the world’s land area BUT 8 percent of its plant and animal species and 18% of its population. With its stunning mountains, beaches, rivers, deserts, jungles, flowers, wildlife, temples, monuments, and beautiful people…EXPLORE MORE
Spirituality in India is not just an mysterious philosophy or practice. Spirituality has found its place in the most commonplace routines and daily lives of India’s people. In our tours you experience how spirituality fits in this context…EXPLORE MORE