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Things to do in Nubra Valley

The list of things to do in Nubra Valley includes visiting various Gompas, or taking a trip to Panamik. Trekking and camping are other activities that you can enjoy here. Shop for stuff like handmade Kashmiri carpets, Pashmina shawls or savour the local delicacies like butter tea. Revel in the festive spirit of Losar Mela or Dosmoche Festival as you let the ethereal beauty of this place captivates you.

Sightseeing in Nubra valley

Sightseeing in Nubra Valley is all about visiting its various gompas, sulphur springs, and monasteries.

Beyond Khalsar, after crossing the confluence of the Shyok and Nubra Rivers, you reach Sumur, with the Samstem Ling Gompa.

Shopping in Nubra valley

Shopping in Nubra Valley includes buying Kashmiri products like woven carpets, Pashmina shawls, socks and other woollen items.

Activities in Nubra valley

Trekking and camping are the main adventure activities in Nubra Valley that you can enjoy.

Trekking to gompas and villages rewards with endless picturesque panorama from snow-capped mountains to gorges and deep valley for the adventure buffs.

NearBy Places in Nubra valley

There are a number of villages situated along the banks of the River Nubra in the Nubra Valley that one can visit on a day trip.


Eating Out in Nubra valley

Nubra Valley is popular for serving appetising Ladakhi dishes, Kashmiri cuisine and confectionery items. While eating out in Nubra Valley, do make it a point to visit a restaurant or dhaba serving Ladakhi food.

Festivals & Events in Nubra valley

The prominent festivals in Nubra Valley are most of Ladakh’s Buddhist festivals, in which masked dance dramas are performed by lamas in monastery courtyards, are celebrated here in the months of January and February when roads into the region are snowbound.


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