Lying on the Silk route, Nubra Valley is a masterpiece of God’s own creation attracting tourists from all walks of life. It is considered as the high altitude desert of India that is nestled towards the north east of Ladakh. To reach Nubra Valley, one has to acquire an inner line permit from Khardungla Pass. The valley is decored with Shyok and Nubra River meandering through it and numerous attracting monasteries that are coloured with rich shades of golden and red.
The Shoyk River connects the Nubra River that forms a large valley separating the Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges. Both these rivers are main water resources for the eastern and western sides of Saser sub range of the Karakoram ranges. The best thing about this valley is tourists have an excellent opportunity to enjoy riding on the back of the Bactrian Camel while admiring the snow capped mountain peaks.
Nubra Valley is a segregated and remote place which catches enthusiasm of enthusiast travelers. For those who are looking to trek on the mountainous region, Nubra Valley is the best place to start your trekking. The valley is known as the Orchard of Ladakh and was primarily called Ldumra which meant the valley of flowers. Featuring snow capped Himalayan Mountain, Nubra Valley has lot in store for every kind of travelers. For nature lovers, the valley is home to pleasant and amazing scenic views that will take your breath away.
During winters, the entire valley looks like the view of the moon, while in summers it is loaded with lush greenery all over the valley. Visitors who are traveling to Nubra valley can head to the nearby famous places such as Diskit, Ensa and Samstemling that showcases the true culture of Buddhist people. Home to numerous monasteries as well, Nubra valley has lot in store for the travelers.