Best 11 Places To Visit In Numbra Valley In Ladhak, India

The best places to visit in Numbra valley are Diskit Monastery, Maitreya Buddha, Hunter Village, Ensa Gompa, Bactrian Camel, Turtuk Village, Panamic Village, Yarab Tso Lake, Sumur Village, Wari La Pass, and Siachin Glacier. Numbra valley is located in Leh district of Ladhak region of India. This article will give the information of the places, its height, locations, and timing.

Things To Do In Numbra Valley Of Ladhak.

Diskit Monastery – Gompa

Diskit Monastery or Diskit Gompa is the oldest and largest gompa in the Numbra valley of Ladhak. The monastery is located at Diskit village in the Numbra valley of Ladhak, India. The monastery has Tibetan architecture. It was bult by Changzem Tserab Zangpo. It belongs to the Gelugpa community of Buddhism section in Tibet. The monastery is located at 10308 feet from sea level.  The temperature of Diskit in the summer season ranges between 10 t0 12 Degree Celsius.

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Maitreya Buddha Statue

The statue of Maitreya Buddha is located near the Diskit Monastery. It is 32 meters height statue facing the River Shyok and Pakistan. It is situated at a height of 10308 feet from sea level. Maitreya Buddha means the future Buddha. It is believed that Maitreya Buddha will descend to earth to teach new dharma. It is an impressive and large statue of Jampa Buddha.

Hunder Village

Hunder is a small, beautiful, and remote village in the Numbra valley of Ladhak. It is located 7 km from Diskit on the bank of the Shyok river. The village is famous for Sand Dunes, Hunder monastery, and Bactrian camels. It is one of the cold regions in Numbra valley. The temperature of Hunder goes below zero level from January to March. The best time to visit Hunder of June to September as the maximum temperature ranges from 10 to 12 degrees Celsius.

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Ensa Gompa – Monastery

Ensa Gompa is a 250-year oldest monastery located in the Numbra valley of Ladhak. It is also known as Ensa Monastery. The gompa is built near Panamic village in Numbra valley. This gompa has a lovely Kora path, dozens of white chorten, and a hermitage. There is only one monk living in the gompa. It is perched on the mountain top across the Siachen river that overlooked snow-capped mountains.

Bactrian Camel

The Bactrian camel is also known as the Mongolian camel. The Bactrian camel has two humps. These types of camel are found in Hunder and Diskit villages of Numbra valley. Bactrian camel safari in the white sand dunes of Hunder and Diskit is a very popular activity among tourists. These camel rides take the breathtaking views of Shyok River in Numbra valley.

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Turtuk Village

Turtuk is a small and last village in the Ladhak region of India. It is located between the Karakorum range and Himalayan Mountain. Turtuk village was in Pakistan. It was captured by the Indian Army in the war of 1971. It is one of the gateways to the Siachin River. The Balti people live there. The village is located at a height of 3001 meters. Most of the time the temperature of Turtuk remains mostly zero degrees Celsius. It ranges from -5 to 22 Degree during the summer season.

Panamic Village – Hot Sulphur Spring

Panamic village is a small village located in Numbra valley of the Ladhak region of India. The village is calm and quiet. The distance of Panamic village from Leh is 150 km. Panamic village is very near to the Siachen glacier. The village is famous for Sulphur hot spring water. It is located at an elevation of 5119 meters from sea level.

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Yarab Tso Lake

Yarab Tso is a lake in Numbra valley located at a distance of 15 km from Diskit village. It is very near to Sumur village. The village is a top tourist attraction in Numbra valley. It has fresh and crystal clear water. It is the holiest high-altitude lake in Numbra valley. It has crystal clear freshwater. The lake is located in the Panamic village in Numbra valley.

Sumur Village

Sumur is a small but beautiful village in Numbra valley in the Ladhak region of India.  Sumur is a less popular place for sand dunes in Numbra valley. But nowadays many tourists prefer to visit Sumur. It is a hidden paradise in the Numbra valley. Samstanling Gompa is another tourist attraction in Sumur village. It is located at an elevation of 3100 meters from sea level. It is the lowest point in Numbra valley.

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Wari La Pass

Wari La Pass is a high mountain pass located in the Numbra valley of the Ladhak region of India. It is situated at an elevation of 5312 meters from sea level. It is one of the worst passes having the temperature minus degree and road conditions is sleeper due to the black ice that fell on the road. Despite that, it is the most beautiful and adventurous place.

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Siachin Glacier

Siachin Glacier is a glacier in the Numbra valley of India. Siachin glacier is the second-largest glacier in the world and the largest in India. It is located between the eastern range of the Karakoram and the line of control between India and Pakistan. This region is administered by India. It is situated at an elevation of 5400 meters from sea level. The length of the Siachen Glacier is 76 km. Siachin Glacier is the source of the Numbra River which later joint the Shyok River. 

The weather in Numbra Valley

The weather in the Numbra valley is mostly below zero degrees Celsius throughout the year. The temperature of the summer season from April to June ranges between 4 to 20 Degree Celsius. This is the best time to visit Numbra valley. The tourist can enjoy their stay at the Numbra valley. The winter season in Numbra valley is from October to March. The temperature during the winter season ranges from – 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. Numbra valley experiences heavy rainfall in the month of July and the temperature is slightly hot. During all the seasons the temperature during the nighttime falls quickly.

I hope this article will be useful to you for planning a vacation at Numbra valley

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