Camel safari tours in Leh are the best way to explore this marvel of the country. A dream of every youngster, a must on the list of every adventure junkie, number one on hundreds of bucket list, Leh Ladakh is one of the most desired places to go among the adventure-filled people and the youngsters. Planning road trips to Leh Ladakh and traveling to the mountains is a desire of people all over the globe.
The scenic beauty that one can find here is awe-inspiring and can make even an amateur a professional photographer. Filled with mountains and barren lands this place is the opposite of what it sounds. Its streets are full of people, street shops, cafes with live music and of course, the Buddhist prayer flags can be seen at almost every corner. But the best way to experience Leh Ladakh and feel like a local living there would be to travel like they used to do before bikes and Jeeps were invented. Before the partition in 1947, camels were considered one of the best modes of transport and were used by merchants and traders for the 'silk route’. Taking a camel safari in Leh is a must activity to indulge in. Although most travel brochures and blogs failed to publicise camel safari, it is still one of the best things to do while in Leh.
The trot of the camel through the clean black roads and the huge mountains is marvelous and something one might never forget. Riding on a double-humped camel through the Nubra Valley and witnessing the scaling beauty of Leh is almost magical. Taking a camel safari in Leh would ensure that the travelers can experience the raw rural experiences here. There are many types of camel safari that one can take but the most famous route is through the Nubra Valley via the Khardung La pass. Beyond the Nubra Valley, there is the Shyok and Nubra river which would make your Ladakh trip the most memorable experience of your life.