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Positioned in the north of Leh with an average elevation of 10,000 feet, Nubra Valley means the ‘valley of flowers’. Besides being a high-altitude cold desert, the valley is a prime farming land in Ladakh region. The vistas of apple, apricot and orange berry gardens and barley fields give Nubra an eye-catching hue. Adding more colours to the valley’s outlook are villages, ancient Buddhist monasteries and ruined palaces. All these together make Nubra Valley one of the most dazzling tourist places in Ladakh. When it comes to sightseeing, there are many historically significant attractions that enrich the valley with their beauty and interesting facts. Some of the well-known attractions in Nubra Valley are Yarab Tso Lake, Diskit Monastery, Samstanling monastery and Panamik. Besides, the rolling sand dunes of Hunder Village are another major attraction. The double hump Bactrian camels are unique to the place, so don’t miss out on a ride on one of these majestic creates. The expedition to Nubra Valley from Leh via Khardung La Pass is something that every traveler loves to do.
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