Jeep Safaris by far is considered to be the best way to explore Ladakh and witness its scenic beauty.
Duration: 7-12 Days
Mune Monastery: Mune Monastery is located in between Padum to Raru road .The monastery stand on a mighty rock mountain facing the great snow peak of Skaing lager pass. The monastery has around 10 monks and 20 novice monks. The monastery lack great Infrastructure like any other monastery in zanskar and they are in need of financial help in the form of donation from time to time to preserve the ancient Buddhist tradition.
Rangdum Suru valley along Suru River: Enroute we see the mighty twin peaks of Nun & Kun that are among the most challenging peaks in Ladakh to conquer. As We arrive at Rangdum plains in Zanskar region we can visit the Rangdum monastery and the lush green valleys of Rangdum . An overnight stay in the tents in the picturesque campsite (The Nun Kun deluxe camp ).
Sani Monastery: Sani Monastery is located next to the village of Sani where the Stod Valley broadens into the central plain of Zanskar in Jammu and Kashmir, northern India. It is about 6 km to the northwest of the regional centre of Padum, a gentle two hour walk. Like Dzongkhul Monastery, it belongs to the Drukpa Kargyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, and is the only one of this order in Zanskar which has nuns. It is thought to be the oldest religious site in the whole region of Ladakh and Zanskar.
Dzongkhul Monastery or Zongkhul Gompa: Dzongkhul Monastery or Zongkhul Gompa is in a south-western side valley of the Bardur River. It is built directly on a rock wall with two caves behind. In the front there are about 10 stone houses which tend to blend in with the surrounding rocks from a distance. About 10 minutes' walk from the gompa is a high viewing spot similar to the one at Hemis Monastery with a beautiful view from the terrace.