Namra Hotel Ladakh

  • Namra Hotel is located in a valley to the north of the Indus River and on the west of Leh around 80 kms on the popular trekking route of liker-khaeltsi, in the lower ladakh Tingmosgam was the capital of Ladakh in the 15th century. The King Drag-Pa-Bhum who was ruling over Sham built the palace and fortress wall encircles the palace.
    The palace has a fine statue of Avalokitesvara, the compassionate of Buddha.
    Tingmosgam offers lot of sightseeing opportunities to the Palace 15 minutes walk, Tserkamo 4 kms, Khatse Gompa 10 Kms, Tia village and nunnery 8 Km. You can take a sightseeing of Lamayuru, Alchi etc. The hotel is in a rural etnic village, run by a ladakhi family house, Ladakh food. The hotel is sprawled over a vast area of apricot and apple groves rendering a relaxed and rejuvenating atmosphere for your holidays.

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About Ladakh

Ladakh is a region of India in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and lies between the Karakoram mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. Known for its wide variety of fauna, the region has a great diversity of birds like Black Redstart, Hoopoe, Brown Headed Gull, Brahminy Duck, etc. The other wild animals found in Ladakh are Bharal, Shapu a rare variety of goat, Argali, Chiru or Tibetan Antelope and Snow Leopards.

Ladakh is a land of endless discoveries. There are many magnificent sites in and around Leh, the capital city of Ladakh. Important amoung them are the 17th century, nine storey Leh Palace built by Singey Namgyal, 1825 built Stok Palace which houses a museum which has a unique display of rare royal ornaments, Thangkas and traditional clothing and jewellery and Shey Palace where 12mts.