Pangong Lake spans India and China. Lake elevation is 4350m. This makes it the world's highest saltwater lake.
You can easily reach the village from Pangong Lake. To visit the village, no authorization is needed. This village borders China and India.
This pass located north of Leh in the Ladakh Range. Khardung La Pass connects Shyok and Indus valleys. This pass leads to Nubra Valley.
The monastery's hilltop location enhances its charm. The monastery is 19 miles from Leh. This monastery is the largest in Central Ladakh.
Hemis monastery is one of India's most popular monasteries, so visiting it on your vacation to Pangong Lake would be noteworthy.
If you're interested in trans-Himalayan wildlife, biodiversity, and greenery, visit Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary near the Chang Chenmo Mountains.
Ornithologists and people interested in biodiversity have studied and researched the area and have found a total of 225 species of birds there.
In addition to serving hot tea and snacks, the Army Cafeteria at Chang La Pass offers a nice viewpoint with amazing views.
Seeing their lovely movements and habits is amazing and fun. If you want to see them but couldn't from the lake, visit Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary.
Skating and ice hockey in the region would combine nature and adventure. Ice hockey and skating at 14,270 feet fills you with adrenaline.