Ladakh is famous for its picturesque beauty, unique culture, Buddhist monasteries, and exciting adventure spots. Leh is a tourist destination in the Union Territory of Ladakh. Ladakh currently extends from the Siachen Glacier in the Karakoram Range to the main Great Himalayas in the south. Most people are constantly in confusion about the difference between Leh Ladakh, Ladakh is divided into two districts: District Leh and District Kargil. "Leh" is a popular city in the district of Leh and is a center of attraction for its beautiful monasteries, picturesque locations, and interesting markets. Apart from this, Leh is also the capital of Ladakh. Leh is visited by tourists from all over the world for the arduous route of Leh, snowfall, trekking, and even adventure activities. The Indian Astronomical Observatory at Hanle in Ladakh is the second largest optical telescope in the world. The spectacular view of the reflection of Pangong Lake is very popular here. The 30 meters long Bailey Bridge, situated between the Suru River and the Dras River, is situated at an altitude of 5,602 meters above sea level, which is the highest bridge in the world. Which is the center of tourist attraction? Leh is the only place in India where two hump camels are found. These camels found in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh are a major attraction here. The blue and mysterious Pangong Lake in Leh is the world's highest saltwater lake. It is 162 Km long which is 70% in China and 30% in India. Despite the salty water, this lake completely freezes in winter. Leh has more festivals than any other place in the country. The influence of Buddhist and Tibetan culture can be seen in the festivals here. Here Losar Festival, Ladakh Festival, Hemis Tsu Festival, Indus Darshan Festival, etc. are celebrated. Khardungla pass, it is the highest motorable road in the world. Most of the tourists coming to Ladakh want to enjoy motorbikes on this road. The Chadar Trek, it is very famous after the Jaskar River freezes in Leh in January. This trek is considered to be the toughest in India and one of the 10 toughest trekking in the world. Though Leh can also be reached by bus, plane or train it is believed that traveling by train is quite troublesome because the nearest railway station (Jammu Tawai) is far away. The nearest airport to Leh is Kushok Bakula Rimpoche Airport located in Leh. This airport is connected to many international airports in India including Delhi. It also has flights from Srinagar, Jammu, Chandigarh and other common destinations in India. After reaching here, you can take a taxi from outside the airport to reach Leh. Due to the high altitude of Leh, tourists may initially have breathing trouble. Therefore, it is very important to acclimatize yourself for 1 or 2 days before going there i.e. to make yourself favorable to the weather there. In many places, photography is strictly prohibited due to being a politically sensitive destination. So before taking a picture anywhere, definitely check that there is no signboard around which photos are forbidden. So plan a trip to Leh with Tripinvites and give yourself a perfect gift this year.