Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Trekking Leh-Ladakh with Strawberi

Have you ever had the urge to take a long holiday at some deserted peaceful destination? To some place where you can travel alone, feel your adrenaline level soaring high and even feel like a tramp at times? Strawberi is giving you a life-changing opportunity. Come join us in our lively and awesome tour to LEH-LADAKH. 

Ladakh is situated in the far-flung eastern corner of Jammu and Kashmir State and is India’s most remote and sparsely populated region. This cold desert invites every adventure loving person. One can find heaven out here as the timeless Buddhist Monasteries are located here. But if you are one of the adventure seekers, we offer you the best packages. Experience the best adventurous Bike tours, Rafting, Trekking, safaris to mountaineering and cycling tours with us. You have many places to visit in this abode, from Leh palace, Thiskey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, Alchi Monastery to sand dunes in the Nubra Valley, Pangona Lake, Kardungla Pass; everything will content your heart and feast your eyes.  The Kardungla Pass is the highest motorable road in the world and is every bikers dream of riding on this road. The other best thing of Ladakh is the beautiful scenic view that it provides. So if you are an avid photographer, you should never miss this place. We take care of your earnest desires and make sure you enjoy Ladakh to its supreme.

Ladakh is also famous for fairs and festivals that take place on the banks of the river Sindhu. You will also be mesmerized to see the double – humped camels at the Nubra valley. You will feel out of the world when you visit Leh-Ladakh with Strawberi. We provide you the best of services and will make you feel the raw, rural but wildly beautiful Ladakh. Strawberi has holidays to Ladakh from June to September, as the temperature dips down & it starts getting colder day by day during the winters. Visit this beautiful wild place with us and feel nature, adrenaline rush.  Come visit “the land like no-other” with Strawberi.

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