Nubrais originally known as ‘Ldumra’ which means a garden or valley of a flower is situated in the northernmost part of Ladakh. Historically, Nubra valley was a part of the trade routes to Baltistan, Yarkandand Central Asia. Lies about 150 km from Leh, the twisting channels of the Shayokand Nubra Rivers confuse the Nubra valley. The valley is known for its scenic beauty, the mystic sand dunes of Hunder area, the double-humped Bactrian camel, orchards, trees, and patches full of crops. Not just with its scenic beauty it has enchanted everyone with the peaceful awe-inspiring monasteries and holy pilgrimage sites which hark back to the Ladakh’shistories and spiritual importance. Being a strategically important place, part of the valley also shares LOC, the Indo Pak border known as Turtukwhich is a native of Baltitribe.
Some popular and core attraction places are Turtuk, Diskit monastery, Hundar, Sumoor, Sham and YarmaGombo, hot springs of Panamikand Yarabtso. (Some of the places can be restricted and must check for the inner line permits)
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