On the off chance that you are making arrangements for an excursion to Ladakh, at that point plan for it in June on the grounds that truly, for what reason would you even need to pass up some amazing encounters and lively merriments?!
1. Pangong Lake
This lake covers a complete territory of 600 square kilometers and a few pieces of this lake are in China and Tibet also and is probably the best spot to visit in Ladakh in summer. The lake stays solidified throughout the winter months; subsequently, the warm month of June is the prime chance to visit the lake. The lake starts to liquefy in April and in June it gets great. It’s a saline water body with less sea-going life in it. A couple of scavanger animal groups are flourishing inside the lake. You will discover a huge number of extraordinary flying creatures drifting around the lake and that view is simply grand. You may likewise settle on outdoors adjacent to the lake for a flawless encounter. In the event that you visit the lake during summer in June you would likewise have the option to see some uncommon types of Brahmin ducks and bar-headed goose.
Where: Leh-Ladakh in the Himalayas
Timings: Anytime (daytime is better)
2. Magnetic Hill
This is additionally called the Gravity Hill as this area is professed to have attractive properties. The attraction is intense to the point that it can pull the vehicles tough. Individuals accept that there are characteristic and otherworldly powers that cause attractions which likewise makes it one of the particular spots to visit in Ladakh in summer .This slope is at a rise of 14,000 feet above ocean level and the format of the encompassing area makes an optical hallucination that shows the declining slant as a tough incline. Therefore the vehicles appear to be moving tough even in impartial rigging. This intriguing spot ought to be an absolute necessity visit during June as the climate is lovely and you get the opportunity to investigate the region and extinguish your hunger for eagerness.
Where: Leh-Kargil-Batalik National Highway
Timings: 8.00AM – 5.00PM
3. Thiksey Monastery
This Tibetan Buddhist Monastery is situated at a height of 3,600 meters and is likewise called the Thikse Gompa. This 12-story delightful structure has numerous things that look like Buddhism and is one of the profound spots to visit in Ladakh in summer It is put when you can discover harmony and get to know the Buddhist ethnicity. There are crude sacred texts, compositions, sculptures and blades that merit seeing. This religious community is one of the popular monasteries in Ladakh which pulls in numerous travelers consistently. June is the pleasurable month to investigate the charming excellence of the religious community as the climate is alleviating and you don’t feel tired. Inside the complex of the religious community, you can stop by the Tara Temple and look at the 21 pictures committed to goddess Tara which is very appealing.
Where: On the head of a slope in Thiksey around 19 kilometers East of Leh in Ladakh
Timings: 6.00AM – 1.00PM and 1.30AM – 6.00PM
Passage Fees: INR 20/ –
4. Royal Leh Palace
This is a previous royal residence of the regal group of Leh and is otherwise called Lichen Palkhar. Worked in the seventeenth century, this 9 story building was probably the tallest structure of its time and is one of the spots to visit in Ladakh in summer that you can’t miss. Today, this royal residence has become a most loved place of interest as the perspectives on the Ladakh mountain reaches and Stok Kangri from here are essentially stunning. This royal residence is a significant goal of the Buddhist religion and culture. Lately, the royal residence has decayed to a summary condition and is being reestablished by the Archeological Survey of India. As there are numerous things to prospect inside the royal residence, the lovely climate of June would be the best friend. The Museum of the Palace features a rich assortment of adornments, crowns, trimmings and stylized dresses.
Where: Top of Tsemo Hill
Timings: 07.00AM – 04.00PM ordinary
Passage Fees: INR 15/ –