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Nubra Valley

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Nearest Airport: Leh Check Flights

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"Orchard of Ladakh"

Nubra Valley Tourism

Nubra Valley lies in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir, at a distance of around 140 Km from Leh. Located on the ancient Silk Route, the valley has Shyok and Nubra river snaking through it and some beautiful monasteries.

The region is currently under military supervision because the road further leads to the Siachen base camp, which happens to be the highest battlefield in the world. All foreign nationals need to get protected area permit, and Indian travellers need to obtain an Inner Line Permit to enter the Nubra valley. You need to hand over the photocopies of your travel permits to the soldiers in the Khardung La pass. Most tourists travel to Nubra Valley from Leh through Khardung La.

With arid mountains in the backdrop, Nubra Velly is famous for the Bactrian camel rides. Bactrian camels are of the rarest sort, having two humps and were the primary source of transportation in the silk route. It is also famous for its Hippophae shrub, popularly known as Leh Berry.

In Diksit, you can buy some lovely Kashmiri or Tibetan artefacts, Pashmina shawls, woollen socks, almonds, apricots, apples and other things that define Kashmir.

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Heaven on Earth

Nubra Valley is a charming region situated in the Leh-Ladakh region of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Situated 140 km from Leh, this valley is a literal definition of Heaven on Earth. Adorned by beautiful Buddhist monasteries and scenic views, apart from being home to one of the highest deserts in the whole world, Nubra Valley is one place everyone should visit, especially when touring the Leh Ladakh region. 

Restaurants and Local Food in Nubra Valley

Nubra valley is one of the most isolated places in India and the region does not have too many options for restaurants. However, you can find some food stalls or restaurants serving local food, specially Thukpa, Momos and meat.
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Nubra Valley, Jammu & Kashmir
Panamik village
Diskit monastery, Lachung temple and Hundur monastery.
Samstanling Monastery

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FAQs on Nubra Valley

What is famous about Nubra valley?

A tranquil trekking hotspot in the Ladakh region.

What is not so good about Nubra valley?

Can be hostile in monsoons & winters.

Who should visit Nubra valley?

Ideal for Buddhist seekers, as well as road trip enthusiasts. Equally suitable for backpackers from places like Srinagar, Leh etc.

What is the best time to visit Nubra valley?

Summer season is the best time to visit Nubra Valley, owing to the clear skies and a pleasant climate. The atmosphere in Nubra is lovely at this time as well. Monsoons are avoidable, to say the least, owing to torrential downpours and frequent landslides, coupled by occasional, though disastrous cloudbursts.  Winters is the least advisable time for a visit; you should go only if you're fit enough and love a stroll in the chilly evenings.

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What is the local food in Nubra valley?

Nubra valley is one of the most isolated places in India and the region does not have too many options for restaurants. However, you can find some food stalls or restaurants serving local food, specially Thukpa, Momos and meat.
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What is the best way to reach Nubra valley?

Owing to high altitude, and absence of proper rail networks, Nubra Valley is well connected to the rest of India only by roadways. Regular bus services ply to and fro the Nubra Valley in Leh; buses being operated both by private and government owners. There is no direct flight or rail connectivity, however, to Nubra Valley. Leh Rimpochee airport, which is the nearest airport that connects Nubra Valley to the rest of India, is approximately 162 km away from the Nubra Valley. The nearest railway station to Nubra Valley is in Udhampur which is 298 km away from Nubra Valley.
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How much does a package cost for Nubra valley?

The packages for Nubra valley start at INR 20000 which can be further customized based on number of people, days, hotel category, vehicle type and customizations. You can have a look at all packages here

What are the things to do in Nubra valley?

The top things to do in Nubra valley are Bactarian camel safari, Panamik village, Yarab Tso, Sumur, Diskit monastery, Lachung temple and Hundur monastery., Samstanling Monastery, Maitreya Buddha. You can see all the places to visit in Nubra valley here

What are the places near Nubra valley?

The top places near to Nubra valley are Ladakh which is 97 km from Nubra valley, Srinagar which is located 263 km from Nubra valley, Kargil which is located 131 km from Nubra valley, Manali which is located 285 km from Nubra valley, Lamayuru which is located 90 km from Nubra valley

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Rohit Shroff 2 years ago
- Don•À_t forget to carry your signed travel permits which are checked by the soldiers in Khardung la pass.
- During the months of November to May, entries to the valley can be done in the morning of Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. And during this season, most of the roads are closed for repairing on Mondays.
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