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India: Ladakh

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India: Ladakh

The rugged highlands of Ladakh are among the most remote places on our planet and can only be reached in summer by a spectacular tour of the Indian Himalayas. The deserted moonscape makes an indelible impression on visitors. Culturally, you're in Tibet, the serene Buddhist monasteries testify to this. You can opt for a breathtaking hike and visit Dharamsala, the present seat of the Dalai Lama. Aspects of Sikhism you will find in the Golden Temple of Amritsar, Hinduism in Delhi and you will experience the charm of Manali where you can take leisurely walks in the woods.
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Highlights

Amritsar
Amritsar
Amritsar is known for its famous Golden Temple of the Sikhs. This magnificent shrine is an oasis of calm in this hectic city.
Desolate moonscapes
Desolate moonscapes
Walk along rocky goat tracks through a wild and desolate moonscape, where you will be accompanied by the Ladakhis and their strongly-built ponies.
Keylong
Keylong
Take a hike up to the Shashur Monastery, admire the wall paintings and the lovely view of the valley below.
Leh
Leh
In the market of Leh, meet the Ladakhi people, their skin tanned by the sun and icy cold, their hair in long braids and proudly displaying their traditional headdress.
Red-clad monks
Red-clad monks
The Alchi Monastery has many beautiful paintings and carvings and is home to red-clad monks. Very friendly and picturesque!
Tibetan temples
Tibetan temples
The seat of the Dalai Lama, Dharamsala, has many Tibetan temples and monasteries. The forests on the mountain slopes present excellent walking opportunities.