Offering a stupendous scenery of lush green fields in the cold and arid Ladakh desert terrain, Nubra Valley is located where the Shyok River meets the Nubra River forming a valley that separates the Ladakh and the Karakoram ranges.
Nubra sand dunes lend the valley its intriguing uniqueness where at one end the valley covers a veil of arid and parched terrain with vast stretches of cold desert. On the other end, the valley is gleaming with lush barley fields, apple and apricot orchards, colourful Buddhist monasteries, and charming villages. Over the years, Nubra Valley has gained a lot of attention as a destination for luxury camping for families and adventure travelers alike.
The Bactrian Camel (having two humps) safari is one of the most famous attraction of this place. Exploring the panoramic views of Nubra Valley on camelback is one of the most unique sights travelers will experience in India.
Current weather: -15 degrees
Famous for: Sightseeing, Desert Safari, and Luxury Camping
Experience type: Adventure
Best time to visit: June to August