Atisha Ladakh offers a special retreat in Ladakh with combination of yoga, meditation. This tour is designed for the spiritual path finder, for the pilgrim who appreciates that going outward might actually be going in, so to discover one……….
Wake up to the steaming cup of cleansing herbal tea. Inhale the crisp mountain air and absorb the awesome beauty of the vistas as you step outside your cosy room to join the fellow companions for the morning yoga and meditation. Warm up with sun salutations to the rising sun itself. The dramatic snow-capped peaks rise above you as you stretch and breathe with the winds; the ground rests steadily under your yoga mat as you greet the day.
In this trip you will witness the essence of Ladakh, from visiting to the ancient monasteries dates back to 11th century to the best landscape of Indian Himalaya.
Highlights: Leh Palace, Khardongla Pass- “ The road crossing the Khardung-La pass at 5602 meters highest motorable road in the world it is 100 meters higher than the Mount Everest base camp and 795 meters higher then Mont Blanc”, Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake.
Monasteries = Alchi“The jewel of Ladakh built in early 11th century”, Liker, Lamayuru, Thiksay, Hemis and Shey Place.
Experience Ladakh from ancient silk route to Renaissance of Ladakh. Soul awaking!
(The jewel of Ladakh Alchi monastery)
Most people presume that Buddhism first came to Ladakh from Tibet, but actually Buddhism first came to the region via Kashmir.
The few surviving monasteries of the 11th century bring to light important aspects of the development of Buddhist art in the Himalayan region and its deep connections with the philosophy and art of eastern India and Kashmir.
This Gompa lies on the bank of river Indus and is the only Gompa in Ladakh on flat ground. It shows a distinct Kashmiri influence in its art and architecture and houses many beautiful images of Buddha
Highlights: Alchi,Leh Palace, Shey Palace, Tso-Moriri Lake
Monasteries-Thiksay, Hemis, Lamayuru, Alchi, Liker