Turtuk Puga Valley


Gateway to the Siachen Glacier:

Nestled in the Nubra Valley, Turtuk is the northernmost village in India and boasts stunning views of the Shyok Valley. Formerly under Pakistani control, Turtuk became part of India after the 1971 war.

Unique Balti Culture:

Witness a vibrant cultural tapestry unlike anywhere else in India. Explore the village, its 16th-century mosque, and the historic polo ground. Immerse yourself in the traditions and warm hospitality of the Balti people.

Adventure Awaits:

Hike through the surrounding mountains for breathtaking panoramas. Explore the Shyok River, or simply relax and soak in the peaceful atmosphere of this remote village.

Puga Valley:

Land of Wonders:

Discover the otherworldly beauty of the Puga Valley, known for its geothermal activity. Witness bubbling mud volcanoes, colorful hot springs, and the unique landscape sculpted by natural forces.

Therapeutic Retreat:

Take a dip in the natural hot springs, renowned for their healing properties. Embrace the tranquility of the valley amidst the majestic Himalayan backdrop.

Off-the-Beaten-Path Adventure:

Embark on a challenging yet rewarding trek through the Himalayas, experiencing the raw beauty and diverse ecosystems of the region.

If you're planning a trip to Ladakh, consider visiting both Turtuk and Puga Valley for an unforgettable experience. However, remember that these two destinations are quite different and require separate planning and logistics.

TurtukPugaValley Tour package