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  DESTINATIONS » NORTH » JAMMU & KASHMIR » NUBRA VALLEY
 
 
Nubra means green and this valley used to be on the trading route connecting Tibet with Turkistan. Also known as the Valley of Flowers, it was the envy of Turkistan, which invaded it several times.

It has always been well cultivated and fertile with the best climate of Ladakh. There are pretty small villages, dense forests and some wildlife. Camels are also common here. Nubra's population is 90% Buddhist. The valley isn't as crowded with Gompas as the area around Leh, so festivals tend to be less religious and more sport oriented.

 
  Place To See  
 
Khardung La Pass, Diskit, Hunder, Samur, Panamik
 
  Things to do  
  Nature Sight Seeing, Traditional sports  
     
 
DESTINATION
 
     
 
  Khardung la Pass   Panamik  
 
 
 
     
  Khardung La Pass  
 
Destination Khardung La Pass
Location Nubra Valley
State Jammu & Kashmir
Destination type Scenic Nature
Activities

The road to Nubra Valley goes through this Pass, which is the highest motorable pass in the world at 5602m. The pass is almost permanently covered in fog and snow and is likely to be bitterly cold at the top regardless of the time of the year. Near the pass there are many places to stop for views like the Siachen Taggler's Gate. The Nubra Valley starts from the village of Khalsar.

 
 
 
 
 
     
  Panamik  
 
Destination Panamik
Location Nubra Valley
State Jammu & Kashmir
Destination type Health & Wellness
Activities
Trekking,Pilgrimage/Place of worship

Panamik is a village, famous for centuries for its hot springs and as the first or last stop along the ancient trade route between Ladakh and Central Asia. The water is said to cure rheumatism and other ailments. It is usually common for men to have a bath, but women will have to be a bit more modest and careful about their attire. The 250-year-old Small Ensa Gompa here is a fair trek from the village.