• Ladakh is a beautiful area in North India, situated at the foot of the majestic Himalayas. It is a fascinating combination of beautiful lakes, spectacular mountains, Tibetan monasteries, and green valleys. When you visit Ladakh, you should definitely not skip these 8 places. Also read: Best time to visit Ladakh. 8 PLACES THAT YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY VISIT IN LADAKH Leh Palace This age-old palace was built in 1553 on Tsemo Hill, at the foot of the city. The structure has nine floors and it is built according to Tibetan architecture - from stone, wood, sand, and mud. Also read - The most beautiful beaches of Neil Island  Until the nineteenth century, Leh Palace was the home of the royal family of Ladakh, who moved to Stok Palace after an attack on the palace. In the building is a museum, where you can admire old royal possessions, such as jewelry, clothing, and crowns. Nubra Valley The Nubra Valley is

  • This small, cozy piece of paradise has only been open to tourists for a few years, making the island a real undiscovered gem. On Neil Island there is a calm, relaxed vibe, you will find breathtaking beautiful coral reefs and you can relax on beautiful tropical beaches, which you often have large or even completely to yourself. You should definitely visit these four beaches when you are on Neil Island. Also read: THE FERRY ON THE ANDAMAN ISLANDS Beautiful Beaches of Neil Island Sitapur Beach This yellow sandy beach, which covers almost the entire east coast of Neil Island, is best known for the magical sunset, although you have to be on the beach around 5:00 AM. Sitapur Beach is surrounded by tropical forests and because the clear, turquoise water is so calm here, it is an ideal place to take a refreshing dip.  The beach is visited by few tourists,

  • If you want to travel from one island to the other on the Andaman Islands, you are dependent on the ferry if you do not unpack and go by helicopter, seaplane or private boat.  There are different types of ferries with different classes, so to make things easier for you, in this article I will tell you everything you need to know about traveling by ferry on the Andaman Islands. There are two different types of ferries on the Andaman islands: the government ferry and private ferries. Also read: Best time to visit Andaman. Type of Ferry from the Andaman Islands Government ferry These boats are mainly used by locals and budget travelers. There are few facilities - for example, there is no air conditioning and you have no fixed seat - and the journey takes an hour longer than if you have a private ferry, although you pay half the price.  The biggest disadvantage of this ferry is that

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