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The Nubra Valley is scenic place located in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The valley is located around 150 km from the city of Leh. Perched at a height of 10,000 feet above sea level, it is a popular tourist destination. Travelers are required to obtain an Inner Line Permit from Leh which can be easily obtained from the office in Leh. Travelers pass through some of the most scenic locations in the region en route Nubra Valley.

Khardung'la Pass

The 18,640 feet high Khardung La pass forms the divide between the Nubra Valley and Leh . After crossing the Khardung La, one descends to a place called "Khalsar", situated on the left bank of the Shyok River. One route bifurcates towards the Bubra Valley right across whereas the other route follows the Shyok River towards Dikshit and further towards Turtuk in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. After crossing the bridge over the Shyok River at Koyak, the wide and beautiful Nurba Valley starts.


Located around 7km from Hunder Village and approximately 118km from Leh, the capital of Ladakh, Diskit Village in the Nubra Valley is a nature lover’s paradise. Canopied by dense and thick apricot plantations, it is one of the most gracious and largest villages in the entire Nubra Valley

Diskit Monastery

The Maitreya Buddha statue of 106 feet height facing the Shyok river impresses the tourist across the globe and is considered as the key attraction of Diskit monastery. The construction of this very statue was started in the year 2006 and was consecrated by the well-known holy priest Dalai Lama in the year 2010 on 25th July. If you are planning to Diskit monastery they do not forget to visit the river below the monastery. Else you are advised to visit the amazing gompa of the Hundar village just nearby the Diskit monastery. The village is also very famous among the tourists for spectacular sceneries.


At Panamik, a full circle of peaks surrounds the flat sea of the central plain dotted with villages. Here lies a valley cut off from the world -- a hidden secret land of Nubra. Mountains rise on both sides abruptly from the valley in great masses, forming walls of solid rock broken only by narrow side gorges that strike directly into the heart of the range, dividing the facing wall into enormous sections. The gorges have formed perfectly and symmetrical "fans" radiate out broadly from the narrow openings and extend to the middle of the valley or beyond. On these "fans" are situated the villages, scattered throughout the valley at fertile spots. The hot water spring at Panamik is always inviting to the trekkers and makes a very good camping ground.

Hunder Sand Dunes:

Visit them during the day, visit them in the evening, or visit them by night; you might run out of words to express their beauty and charm! An ode to the magical beauty of this scenic desert, these sand dunes are in fact the most enchanting attractions in Hunder! Visitors can enjoy a double-humped Bactrian camel safari around them, enjoy camping around them, or bring out the real shutterbug in them while clicking some of the most amazing snaps of their lives. Yes, the charm and allurement of Hunder sand dunes can be merely expressed in words; they are to be explored and enjoyed!

Turtuk Village & Valley :

Turtuk Village is a question that needs a detailed answer owing to its remote location and challenging terrain. It is India’s last rural idyll and is among the newest areas in Ladakh that are opened for tourism. Since it is set barely a kilometer away from the L.O.C., an Indian citizen will need an Inner Line Permit to visit this place. It is one of the most sensitive zones and is heavily guarded by the army. Foreigners will need to provide a Protected Area Permit.

It is set at a distance of approximately 205 kilometres from the Leh city. An 8-hour drive should get you here from Leh, but it all depends on your vehicle, its speed and the conditions of the weather and roads.

By Private Vehicle
Travelling by private vehicle to Turtuk village is a great option. It will let you take halts and enjoy the journey as per your own wish. Below is the route and explanation of how to get to Turtuk Village from Leh.

Route: Leh– Khardung La – Khalsar – Diskit – Hunder – Thoise – Skuru – Bogdang – Turtuk

Take an early start from Leh. This will help you avoid major traffic hours on your journey. Drive to what is acclaimed to be the highest motorable pass- the Khardung La Pass. It is about 35 kilometres from Leh city centre and you should reach the top in approximately 90 minutes at the most. The route is entirely scenic and you can take a short break to enjoy the views from atop. Once you cross the pass, you will descend in the valley of Nubra. Continue the drive for another 22 kilometers to reach Khalsar. The road will bifurcate from there and the one running left will take you to the picturesque towns of Sumur, Panamik, and Warshi. You need to take the right turn that will go towards Diskit and Hunder villages and finally end at Turtuk. All this time, the beautiful Shyok River will be running on your right. Once you drive ahead from Diskit and Hunder towards Turtuk, many areas prohibit photography so be careful with your cameras.

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