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Leh Ladakh Monasteries

Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Diskit Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Phugtal Monastery, Spituk Monastery, Likir Monastery, Takthok Monastery and many more.

Referred to as ‘Mini Tibet’, this is a land overflowing with Buddhist culture, traditions and intricately built monasteries in Ladakh. Dating back to the bygone era of even the 11th or 8th century, the monasteries still stand strong housing the monastic communities with different sects of Buddhism each imparting and spreading their way of life and belief to the world.

Perched atop a hill or overhanging a cliff or even embedded in a natural cave, these distinct monasteries in Ladakh are all beautiful in their own stature. Housing beautiful paintings, ancient thangkas, silver and gold gilded statues of the omnipresent Lord Buddha, these monasteries draw visitors from far and wide to come and understand the beauty of the Buddhist culture and makes it
one of the best places to visit in Ladakh. 

Festivals in Ladakh are celebrated annually in each Ladakh monastery, adhering to the dates in the Tibetan Calendar. The monks celebrate each festival with great pomp and zest performing the sacred Cham or masked dance and rituals to commemorate the celebrations. Locals, as well as tourists, take part in these celebrations with great pride and enthusiasm, dancing and feasting with the monks on this auspicious day.

While some Ladakh monasteries have opened to accepting the liberal way of life of common man and allowed them to pass through their doors to understand and learn a new culture, there are other monasteries still so strict in the curriculum and way of living that involves utmost sacrifice, complete meditation and a life away from the temptations and snares of the real world.
 So while on trip to Ladakh, make sure that visiting monasteries forms an important part of your itinerary, and you’ll come back with an enriching and unique experience to carry with you, all your life.

Here are some of the best monasteries in Ladakh:

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Hemis Monastery

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Hemis Monastery is one of the most famous and largest monasteries in Ladakh and is in the Hemis National Park. The structure dates to the seventeenth century and is home to a wide range of ancient Buddhist relics. The monastery has an idol of Lord Buddha made from gold and silver and is also the richest in Ladakh. It is also known for the annual Hemis Festival which attracts tourists from across the world.

Location – Hemis Gompa, Tikse, Leh, India

Timings – 8 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 6 PM on all days of the week. The monastery opens every day, including public holidays.

Entry Fee – INR 50 per person

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Thiksey Monastery

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The Thiksey Monastery dates to the fifteenth century and is one of the most beautiful Leh Ladakh monasteries. There are many holy shrines in the monastery, the most famous being dedicated to Goddess Dorje Chenmo. The twelve-storied structure resembles the Potala Palace in Tibet and houses a 40-foot-tall statue of Maitreya Buddha along with ancient relics. The monastery is also famous for the Thiksey Gustor Festival, which is celebrated in October-November.

Location – Thiksey, Ladakh, India

Timings – 7 AM to 7 PM on all days of the week. The monastery is open every day, including public holidays.

Entry Fee – INR 30 per person

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Diskit Monastery

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Famous as the largest and oldest monastery in the rustic Nubra Valley, Diskit is among the most popular monasteries in Ladakh. The Diskit Gompa dates to the fourteenth century and showcases Tibetan architectural styles. Enjoy a thrilling trek to the structure and admire its rich collection of Buddha idols. You can also plan a visit in February to attend the Dosmoche Festival of Diskit.

Location – Diskit, Nubra Valley, Ladakh, India

Timings – 7 AM to 1 PM and 2 PM to 7 PM on all days of the week. The monastery is open every day, including public holidays.

Entry Fee – INR 30 per person

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Alchi Monastery

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Discover the beauty of the oldest Buddhist learning centre as you visit the Alchi Monastery in Ladakh. One of the largest and oldest Leh Ladakh monasteries, Alchi dates to the twelfth century and lies on the Indus River. Alchi stands on flat ground instead of a hilltop and is decorated in bright colours, which makes it unique among the monasteries in the region. The monastery has also been featured in Bollywood films like Dil Se and Tashan, which adds to its popularity among visitors.

Location – Alchi, Ladakh, India

Timings – 8 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week. The monastery is open every day, including public holidays.

Entry Fee – INR 25 per person

Location: Located 70 kilometres west of Leh on the banks of the Indus River.

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Lamayuru Monastery

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Lamayuru Monastery ranks among the oldest and largest monasteries in Ladakh and lies on a steep mountaintop. It was established in the eleventh century and is famous for its rich collection of murals, Buddha sculptures and statues, and thangkas. Legend has it that when the lake that existed here dried up, the founder of the monastery constructed Lamayuru in its place. Remember to plan your visit around July-August to attend the iconic masked dance festival here.

Location – Khaltse, Leh Ladakh, India.

Timings – 8 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week. The monastery is open every day, including public holidays.

Entry Fee – INR 30 per person

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Phugtal Monastery

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A trip to the Phugtal Monastery is a surreal experience, portraying an image as if stuck in the mountains in the form of a honeycomb. Situated at the mouth of a cave, atop a cliff, it is close to a major tributary of the river Lungnak and was founded by Gangsem Sherap Sampo during the early 12th century. From here, the view is magnificent as it makes a picture perfect setting of the mountains, lush greens and the pristine Lungnak River. 

This is the remotest monasteries in Ladakh and is a
popular destination for tourists visiting Ladakh in winters. This Buddhist monastery is not only built on a cliff but it also has a natural cave. It is believed that around 2,550 years ago important sages, scholars, and translators visited this place. The Phugtal monastery was and it still is a preferred place by the scholars and teachers to meditate. This monastery which has a library as well as prayer rooms houses around 70 monks. 

This one of the most isolated Ladakh
monasteries of the region is made up of wood and mud. Trekking being the only means of reaching this monastery, it creates a calming and tranquil experience to reach to the top and absorb in the aura of this divine place  and is one of the best Leh Ladakh Monasteries.

Phugtal monastery is located in Lungnak Valley, south of Zanskar and is accessible only by foot. You can choose to get dropped from Padum to the charming little village of Ichar, from where you have to trek up to the monastery

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Spituk Monastery

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Overlooking the gorgeous Indus River, this monastery in Ladakh was built and founded in the 11th century by Od-de, the older brother of Lha Lama Changchub. Initially, the gompa used to run on the principals of the Kadampa school (Red Hat sect) but it later came into the fold of Gelugpa order (Yellow Hat sect). 

Today, it is home to 100 monks as well as a giant statue of goddess Kali, which is shown to the public during the yearly Spituk festival. The most iconic feature of the monastery is the icons of Buddha and 5 thangkas sharing space with sculptures and mini chortens. You definitely cannot afford to miss, its unique collection of ancient masks, antique arms and fine thangkas here.

A little higher up the hill is the temple of Goddess Vajrabhairva. The statue of the goddess is kept covered and is unveiled only once during the Spituk Festival. The monastery plays host to the annual Spituk or Gustor Festival held in the 11th month of the Tibetan calendar, where the monks perform masked dances representing well over evil and stories depicting the life of Buddha.

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Location: This monastery in Ladakh is located 8 km away from the main city of Leh.

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Likir Monastery

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Also known as Klu-Kkhyil gompa, the Likir Monastery was ordered to built by the 5th king of Ladakh Lhachen Gyalpo and was thus founded by Lama Duwang Chosje in 1065. The monastery is of the Gelugpa sect or Yellow Hat Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Even today, Buddhist teachings and the three basic Pratimoksha disciplines are preached on the site. Likir means the Naga encircled. 

The monastery got its name as it is believed two serpent spirits, Nanda and Taksako guard it. The monastery also plays host to the annual festival held in the 12th month of the Tibetan Calendar from the 27th to the 29th of the month and this festival is celebrated with great pomp. The locals put up religious dance performances along with the monks who perform sacred rituals on these auspicious days. This place welcomes many travellers during their Manali to Leh trip and never ceases to amaze them with its beauty and is one of the best Leh Ladakh monasteries.

Location: Likir Gompa is located around 62 km to the West of the main city of Leh.

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Shey Monastery

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Shey being originally the capital of Ladakh was built in 1655 by Deldon Namgyal, the king of Ladakh. Located in the premises of the Shey Palace, it is believed to be the summer retreat of the royal family of Ladakh. Situated 16 km from the city of Leh, it is en route Thiksey and Hemis Monastery in Ladakh. 

Currently, the palace now a monastery houses the largest Buddha statue made of gilded copper known as Shakyamuni Buddha, covering three floors of the building. In front of the statue is a large wax bowl with a flame that is continuously lit for a year after which it is replaced. The objective of burning the flame is to highlight the importance of integrity and spirituality to the tourists visiting the monastery

With beautiful murals and paintings adorning the walls, it’s lower chapel has a library which is believed to have the largest collection of thangkas in Ladakh. As you walk up to the monastery, you’ll also come across five Buddhas carved out of rock along the roadside. Close to the monastery is also the Druk Padma Karpo Institute, now renamed Rancho School after its feature in the Hindi movie 3 Idiots.

There are two festivals held at this monastery in Ladakh every year; Shey Stubla on the 30th day of the 1st months and Shey Ru-lo on the 10th day of the 7th month.

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The Shey Palace has situated 16 km from the City of Leh and is en route the Thiksey and Hemis monastery.

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Phyang Monastery

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Denma Kunga Drakpa, the Dorzin or meditation master laid the foundation stone of this monastery.  Legend has it that Drakpa stayed in a tented camp to contemplate the beauty of this place and while meditating he saw Achi the protectress on a blue horse. He took this as an auspicious sign and constructed this monastery to commemorate this event. The tranquil and serene environment of the place provides its visitors with the much-needed peace of mind, body and soul.

The name Phyang was derived from Gang Ngonpo that means the blue mountain, which can be seen right behind the monastery and belongs to the Dri-Gung-pa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Home to around 100 monks, the monastery also houses a school to impart training in Buddhism along with modern education.

With ancient wall paintings, collections of old thangkas and murals of Mahakala, the monastery also has a museum that has 900-year-old collections of idols, scriptures, Chinese, Tibetan and Mongolian firearms and weapons. The Phyang Gompa becomes the venue of Gang-Sngon Tsedup Festival, each year, starting from the 17th day up to the 19th day of the first month of the Tibetan calendar, which attracts a large number of tourists every year. Dance, music and mask dance are the high point of this event. The Cham dance by the lamas is also quite spectacular to watch. This is a must have experience while you are on your Leh Ladakh road trip.

Location: Nestled on the top of a hill, the Phyang Monastery is situated around 15 kilometres west of Leh.

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Stakna Monastery

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Enshrined by Bhutanese saint and scholar Chose Jamyang in the late 16th century, Stakna means Tiger’s nose which is also the shape of the hill on which the monastery is located.  Belonging to the Drugpa sect of Buddhism, this monastery in Ladakh portrays an image of the religious and cultural heritage of India and Buddhism. There’s a big assembly hall known as Dukhang, which is adorned with beautiful paintings of Sakyamuni, Tsepha Kmad and Amchi. 

Out of the several idols of the Ladakh monastery, the most significant one is that of Arya Avalokiteshvara from Assam's Kamrup region. To the extreme right of the courtyard, there’s seven feet tall silver chorten which features the statue of Lord Buddha with some prayer notes. The wall opposite to the entrance of the Assembly Hall is painted with three images, of a Bodhisattva, Padmasambhava and Tshong-san-Gompo. Statues of Sakyamuni (Past Buddha), the Present Buddha and Maitreya (Future Buddha) are also found in the hall. Like other gompas, Stakna also has a throne for the head lama of the monastery.

Home to about 30 monks currently, it has a number of sister monasteries, 3 of which are in Zanskar-Bardan, Stakrimo and Sani. The best part of this monastery is the striking view of the Indus River Valley from its rooftop.

The Stakna Monastery is located 45 km from the city of Leh.

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Takthok Monastery

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Takthok Monastery widely referred to as Thak Thak and Thag Thog by the local Buddhist people is the only monastery belonging to the Nyingmapa school of order or Red Hat sect of Buddhism. The monastery came into existence under the rule of ‘Tshewang Namgyal’. It is built around a cave on a mountainside and hence derives its name Takthok which in English means ‘rock roof’. According to the legend, the great Padmasambhava did his meditation in this cave in the early 8th century. This cave is termed as Duphug (Tu-Phuk) Lhakhang and is a famous pilgrimage site for all the Tibetan Buddhists around the world and is one of the best Leh Ladakh Monastery.

The monastery has a temple, a Dukhang or assembly hall which has statues of Maitreya, Padmasambhava and Dorje Takposal.

Buddhists set out here on a pilgrimage to be blessed by ‘dubchu’ or Holy Water and to pay homage to the sacred book of Buddha’s teachings, the ‘Kandshur’, which has 108 volumes, along with other sets of Buddhists teachings to protect the people against evil spirits, curses and epidemics. These texts were written in pure gold and silver letters. Lamas use the text at the time of birth of baby, death of a person or for other rituals,  and they also claim to predict the future of a person by reading the scriptures. 

The monastery’s new temple is also a major attraction and is known for its murals, paintings and statues of Buddha. Consecrated by 14th Dalai Lama in 1980, the monastery is a major tourist attraction mostly travellers who are on their
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The Takthok Monastery hosts an annual event every year on the 9th as well as 10th of every sixth month according to Tibetan calendar, along with a sacred dance by the 55 monks residing here, to commemorate this event.

The Takthok monastery is located at a distance of 46 km from the city of Leh.

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Rizong Monastery

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According to popular belief, Guru Padmasambhava along with other lamas used to meditate in the caves around Rizong in isolation, surviving on one meal a day and avoiding any contact with the outside world. Before building the monastery in 1831, Lama Tsultim Nima started a hermitage at the site to teach monks about Buddhism, who even today abide by very strict rules and regulations like apart from sacrificing all comforts and material possessions, they are even forbidden to light fires in their cells or even handle anything touched by women.

Known as a ‘Paradise for meditation’, this monastery in Ladakh belongs to the Gelugpa Order or Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism and overlooks the picturesque Indus Valley. Home to about 40 monks today, the Rizong Monastery educates and teaches these monks the great scriptures and the chosen path to God with a very strict and simple way of life. 

Located 2 km away, a nunnery, known as Chulichan (Chomoling), is under the cover of the monastery, where 20 nuns or the Chomos reside and worship at the temples of the monastery, perform chores like milking, spinning wool and getting oil for the temple lamps.

The Rizong Monastery is located 73 km from the city of Leh.

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Matho Monastery

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Founded by Lama Dugpa Dorje in the year 1410, Matho is the only Ladakh monastery that follows the Sakya sect of Buddhism. In order to introduce the Monastic community, the king offered religious estate in neighbouring villages and the Nagrang festival was started, which is held on the 14th and 15th day of the Tibetan calendar. The monastery is home to more than 60 lamas, they are chosen as oracles every three years where they have to undergo rigorous fasting and meditation over the duration of few months to purify themselves and one of the best monasteries in Ladakh.

Apart from the Nagrang festival, the other festivals also organised have performances of the Cham dance and acts of oracles which are done under the influence of supernatural powers. The oracles run barefoot on the parapets of the monastery roof leaving everyone in awe and fear of them 
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Constructed around 500 years ago, the monastery has a marvellous collection of ancient Thangas, walls adorned with sacred paintings, statues of Maitreya, Sakyamuni, the blessing Buddha and a thousand-armed statue of Avalokitesvara.

The Matho Monastery is situated on the banks of the Indus River about 20 km south of Leh.

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Rangdum Monastery

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Perched atop a mountain, the Rangdum Monastery looks like a citadel, overlooking and guarding the serene valley, with rolling hills, mountains and pristine glaciers which only enhances the beauty of this place. Located in Kargil Suru Valley, this monastery was built by Gelek Yashi Takpa about 200 years ago and some even believe it to be from the 8th century. Home to about 40 monks, the monastery has a rich assortment of Tibetan antiques and other precious artefacts and you’ll find the monks in deep meditation in the tranquil ambience of the premises.

You will also find a prayer hall located in the central part of the monastery, which will give visitors a clear view of the ancient and rustic beauty of this place. And while you’re here, you will get the feeling of remoteness, since this monastery is located far off the mainland, 
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Although the roads to the monastery are bumpy and require a good amount of time to reach, it still receives a lot of visitors every here, due to its surrounding gorgeous vistas and peaceful aura for meditation.

The Rangdum Monastery is located in the Kargil Suru Valley about 130 km from Kargil and 343 km from the city of Leh.

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  1. What are the best Monasteries in Ladakh?

    Hemis Monastery: Located on the western banks of the Indus River, the Hemis Monastery is one of the largest Monasteries in Ladakh. Rich in culture and heritage and housing a very calming aura, this monastery is the host of the biggest festival of Ladakh - The Hemis Festival.

    Phugtal Monastery: Exhibiting a perfect amalgamation of architectural wonder with Buddhist vibes, the Phugtal Monastery is beautifully embedded within a hill and to reach here, one needs to climb a big set of rocky stairs

    Diskit Monastery: Finding its name in one of the oldest Monasteries in Ladakh, the Diskit Monastery offers its visitors with charming surroundings and eye-catching scenery of a colourful building. Within the monasteries, there is a Tibetian style gompa, interior of which is loaded with multicoloured frescoes and carvings.

    Alchi Monastery: Dating back to the 12th century, the Alchi Monastery is one of the oldest among other Ladakh Monasteries. Built on a flat ground, this monastery has three different structures, one of which is an assembly hall and other two are prayer rooms.

  2. Which is the largest monastery in Ladakh?

    Among all the Ladakh Monasteries, the Diskit Monastery tops the list when it comes to size and area coverage. Dedicated to Buddhism, this monastery can be easily marvelled at from far away due to the huge sculpture of Buddha on its top. In addition to this, Diskit Monastery is also one of the oldest Ladakh Monasteries which still stands intact without any ruins

  3. Which is the oldest monastery in Ladakh?

    Lamayuru and Alchi monasteries in Ladakh are believed to be the oldest monasteries in the region. These structures date to the eleventh and twelfth centuries and were constructed around the same time. They are home to numerous ancient relics and form an important part of the cultural traditions of Leh.

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  4. What is Gompas in Ladakh?

    Just like Hinduism had Gurukulas, Buddhists had various fortifications which were used for schooling purposes and vedic knowledge. Many of these Gompas were so huge that they were like universities where various techniques, vedic books and sciences were taught to children of different ages. Many of these Gompas are still intact and are used for teaching ancient values and other books to child monks

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  5. What is the best time to visit the Ladakh monasteries?

    The best time to enjoy a trip towards the Monasteries of Ladakh is after the month of May. This is the time when summers start, resulting in clearer roads and no slippery snow. In addition to this, in the month of June, the most famous Hemis Festival is celebrated and anyone can take part in its carnival and fairs.
  6. Which monastery is in a rock Ladakh?

    One of the most prominent monasteries in Ladakh is the Thiksey Monastery. Situated approximately 19 kilometres east of Leh, it is renowned for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. It houses a stunning collection of Buddhist art, scriptures, and murals.
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"Trip was really awesome. I feel everyone should consider this trip at least once in their lifetime. My eyes were never tired of looking around at such beautiful and scenic views. I would like to extend my special thanks to Tour leader Mr. Jigmet Tandar. He is highly trained professional. The way he lead the tour made us have more fun. Thanks to the whole crew Jigmet, Stanzin, Wangyal, Kaushal, Tundoop. Made a lot of new friends. One suggestion to Thrillophilia team: Since this is not just any casual trip that anyone can go through please consider keeping a screening process for people who opt for it. This is one of the most extreme adventures where your body and mind will go through a lot of challenges, one can successfully complete this trip only if they are determined and well prepared."
03 June 2019
An exhilarating life-changing experience. If you are able bodied, a biking lover, a landscape / scenery admirer and a crazy adventure seeker, this is a must try for life. Our group of bikers were fun-loving yet very responsible riders. We became friends on the very first day and all of us enjoyed every moment, giving mutual respect at every instance, having each other's backs at every dangerous turn. Even elderly couples in the group made amazing memories with all the young folks! The Ladakhi food, the heritage site visits, the campfire dancing, the photos, the market shopping, the music, the hikes, the snow, even the adorable mountain dogs, furry yaks and double-hump camels, every-bit was amazing. The road team was extraordinary, specially Tani (captain) and Shashi (bike repairman). They were very friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable and also helpful at every step. We had a truck carrying our luggage all along, running behind us all through the roads, making sure no one is left behind. Jigmet has a lot of local connections, so you will be well taken care of at camps and hotels (even Jain food, on request).
24 October 2020
I had a wonderful trip with Thrillophilia. Hotel provided in Leh was clean and good. All sightseeing places covered as per itinerary. The camping stay at Nubra Valley and near Pangong lake was awesome. We enjoyed a lot and overall experience was great.
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The Sham Valley Trek was one of the most enjoyable treks I have undertaken in the last few years, and all the credit goes to Thrillophilia. The booking experience was extremely smooth and I would highly recommend this company for all your travels in the valley.
Ladakh was the place I always wanted to visit for a long time, But this time I get this chance by traveling with Thrillophilia because this platform offers the best/affordable/organized package compared to other websites...The itinerary was rich all places we visited were well-selected...A breathtaking place I've ever seen in my life...All arrangement on this tour was spot-on...
Vishwamitra Johar Leh Ladakh Package From Mumbai
Very interesting tour of my life! No place can beat Ladakh! I was in love with the place of the whole-tour...Our guide was nice, transportation was comfortable, the accommodations were nice so the food too...Overall it was a memorable experience...
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A tour to Ladakh was simply BIG WOW... Thank you for everything Thrillophilia... I highly recommend this tour to everybody...

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