The villages of Dha (also called as Dah), and Hanu are amongst the only few villages that are home to the Drogpa tribe of Leh. The tribe, which is different from the Ladakhi tribe found in the rest of the area are quite hospitable people. The Drogpa are culturally, racially and linguistically different from the rest and are said to be the only living descendants of the original Aryan (Indo European) race.
Dah Hanu villages are a must visit for those who are interested in cultural diversity. The Drogpa tribes are known for their distinct ornaments and head gears. The villages have been visited by countless photographers who absolutely enjoy clicking photographs of the people of this tribe.
Air: Leh is the closest air port to Dha Hanu
Rail: Jammu is the nearest railway station, which is about 734 km from Leh. Since Leh does not have railway station train travel is not possible. Tourists will wither have to take a bus or hire a cab both of which will take approximately 2 days to reach Leh.
Road: Dha Hanu is 163 kms from Leh. You can also rent cars and drivers. Dha is 40km from Khaltse on the Leh - Srinagar highway.
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