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A must visit place

Surely if you are travelling to leh must visit nubra... Hunder.. and turtuk village.. the second... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
via mobile
its close to heaven

i have not seen any place as beautiful as this... it turned me into a poet.... location is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Surely if you are travelling to leh must visit nubra... Hunder.. and turtuk village.. the second last village at the border of India and Pakistan. Great people and great view. You will never want to return from that amazing place. People food location all are...More

Thank Jitender_1610
Reviewed 1 week ago

i have not seen any place as beautiful as this... it turned me into a poet.... location is beautiful to say at least.... Its very clean and complete army area... roads are awesome... diskit monastery is beautifully located...

Thank shipra_painuly
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Scenic beauty and picturesque. Difficult to imagine a desert at such an altitude. Try the camel ride at Hunder in the evening and enjoy the sunset. This is an awesome place to be after the drive through Khardung la pass which itself is an experience....More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the beautiful valley I found. It has mountains of sand all around. Beautiful view, less greenery, camping place, views can be absorbed

Thank Sarita A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Pretty OK. Its an experience to see black dessert plains amongst mountains. Avoid camel ride, felt pity for animals- the way they are maintained. Camping experience was good at Nubra Valley Lodge. Cultural dance in the evening was OK. Worth to go to the dessert...More

Thank Alokrakshit
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nubra valley is formed by the confluence of Nubra (also known as Siachen river) ) and Shyok rivers . If viewed from the top of Diskit monastery it looks like a vast triangular span of land dotted with small water bodies, green shrubs and patches...More

2  Thank Jayendra singh P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Till my School days i did not find this place in any text book and really feel that why does not our educations includes this place in our books .This is my country this is my India . People know that there is place called...More

2  Thank Indrajit_Bublu
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Ladakh is amazing, with many sight seeing places.. Khardongla Pass is 18350 ft hight from sea level, nearly 80kms away from Leh. In the morning hundreds of vehicles going in the midst of Sky kissing mountains with snow, many curves and narrow roads. Tourists enjoying...More

Thank mohang23
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Going through the mighty Khardungla Pass may get quite extreme, even during summer. Hence, make sure to bring warm clothes in case of traffic jam. Once you start your descent to Nubra, the view is simply stunning. The sand dunes are OK and I recommend...More

1  Thank SamuelHarvey
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Sand dunes and double humped camels. Flowing streams. Groups of small villages. Schools and monasteries. Nubra valley is a mix of touristy things to do and real life stories that the villagers can share. Hiking, rafting, hot spring baths or dune riding are among the...More

Thank Sathya S
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2 June 2017|
Response from akmittal1982 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, you are right the climate of Leh is Dry in all over Leh even at NUBRA, everywhere u will find SNOWPACKED MOUNTAINS, as u know LEH LADAKH is known for SNOW............... Visiting Nubra is really adventurous and... More
2 June 2017|
Response from shashindrak | Reviewed this property |
Ladakh is entirely different from other Himalayan region. Moon land Ladakh is land of passes.Nubra valley Ladakh is different from other region of cold desert Ladakh carved by river Shyok & river Siachin/ Nubra,Famous for... More
14 May 2017|
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Response from akmittal1982 | Reviewed this property |
HI RAJAT, It takes only 5 hrs to reach NUBRA or PANNONG from leh, on way journey is very much enjoyable, one night stay at PANNONG is sufficient. u can opt to 2 night stay at NUBRA. Do not forget to CLICK as much as u can... More