Nubra Valley is one of the MUST VISIT places in Ladakh especially if you are visiting for the first time. It is among the sub-districts in Ladakh, located in the North East side having Diskit Village as its main headquarters.
This masterpiece of God's own creation lies on the Silk route, in the paradisiacal of Jammu and Kashmir at a distance of around 140 Km from Leh. The valley is embellished with Shyok and Nubra river snaking through it and some beautiful monasteries colored with rich shades of golden, red and others.
Best Time To Visit
The unearthly beauty of Nubra Valley is best explored in the season in the months of July to September. The pleasant autumn season lets you enjoy the beautiful sight of the unexploited paradise. The heavenly region of Ladakh experiences extremely cold climate throughout the year. Summers here are the slightly less cold months of the year. Winters are extremely harsh with unbearable conditions. Nubra valley enjoys pleasant summers from March to May. Winters envelop from November to February when temperatures drop as low as -4°C. No matter which month you choose to visit, the climate is pleasant. Temperatures are low and woolens are a must. Nights make the coldest time of the day as temperatures dip drastically.
Open and Closing Time
Timing:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested duration: 1 day
Entry Fee:20 per person per day
Near By Attraction
Application Availability Which Saves Some Money
Zomato, Swiggy(Provide lip-smacking food at a cheap price).
Uber, Ola(Provide 24/7 Cab Services).
Interesting facts about Nubra Valley
Diskit is the administrative center of the Nubra Valley. It is nestled on the edge of a desert on the Shyok-side valley, eight hours away, on the other side of the Khardong La (La means Pass). To reach this place one should carry along plenty of water, because the increase in height by over 2000 meters, can give anybody severe headache and nausea. The road is paved till south Pulu, a military check post, where the permits are checked and the details entered. This is an unforgettable excursion that makes Indiana Jones look like a kindergarten excursion.
Nubra Valley is a charming region situated in the Leh-Ladakh region of the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Situated 140 km from Leh, this valley is a literal definition of Heaven on Earth. Adorned by beautiful Buddhist monasteries and scenic views, apart from being home to one of the highest deserts in the whole world, Nubra Valley is one place none should dare to miss, especially when touring the Leh Ladakh region. For entering this valley and beyond, you need signed permits from the Indian Army, especially if you're trying to visit the Siachen glacier.
The frosty for sake amongst Diskit and Hundur are another fascination for visitors after Nubra Valley. They throng the cool forsake to watch the sand ridges and for joy rides on the Bactrian camels. The Bactrian camel has two humps, rather than the single-bumped camels found in Rajasthan and different parts of India. They are the native to the steppes of central Asia. The Bactrian camels, discovered just in Hunter, were the only means of transportation in ancient trade routes with Central Asia and Ladakh was the main center of trading.