For Creative professionals
Whether you are a writer, designer, photographer, director, visualiser, artist, painter, or actor etc. The environment of Ladakh inspires you to think and create. Its natural surroundings can be a good subject for painters. The fresh air and the immense silence enhances the thinking of creative people. Sit with your pen and notepad under the vast open sky in a valley overlooking snow-clad mountains or place your canvas near the banks of Indus and create your masterpiece. The serenity and beauty will activate your senses and re-energise you!
Besides its pristine beauty, Ladakh is a haven for adventure enthusiasts. One can indulge in the many adrenalin-pumping sports like bicycle ride to the highest motorable road, rafting on the Zanskar River, Double-humped camel rides at the coldest desert of India, Yak rides, ATV sand-dune bashing, trekking, camping at the world’s highest saltwater lake, visiting the wildlife sanctuaries and a lot more. Full adrenaline rush!
For wildlife explorers
The Hemis National Park is bordered by the bank of Indus River. The major attraction here are the snow leopards. Besides this many other species of birds can be spotted. Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary of Ladakh has some rare species of wildlife. You can spot – snow leopard, lynx, wolf, Tibetan Gazelle, Tibetan Argali, Blue Sheep, Wild yak, Ibex etc. This Sanctuary is on an area of 4,000 sq. km. So get going for some wild action! Be ready with your cameras too.
For seekers of Truth
Ladakh is a hub of ancient Monasteries – Diskit, Thikse, Hemis, Likir, Spituk, Alchi, Lamayuru and many many more. These unique places offer a life-changing experience for those seeking peace. One can sit in silence, chant and meditate with the Monks, or even spend a day with them. The larger than life size of the Buddha statues in these Monasteries will just transport you to another level. You also get to admire the paintings, architecture of these Monasteries. Besides this, Shanti Stupa too is a place where one can sit in silence.
So whether you love to explore unique places or love to explore different food, cultures, Ladakh is an ideal destination. Experience the local Ladakhi life – the traditional homestays give you a beautiful chance to experience the culture and tradition of Ladakh. Live with them, experience their food, daily routine, also enjoy getting into their traditional dress. Places like the Magnetic Hill, Hall of Fame etc too can be visited.
For fitness freaks and athletes
What better place than Ladakh to flex your muscles, exercise or meditate under the azure blue vast sky. Here, you can go for an early morning trek, bicycle to the world’s highest motorable road Khardung La, meditate and do yoga at Pangong Lake, the world’s highest saltwater lake.
Ladakh has something to offer to all age groups, also to people from all walks of professions. As a professional you get the time, space and environment to rejuvenate and even can hone your skills.