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Historic Indus - River Without a Passport

Standing on the river bank near the Hemis monastery in Ladhak, one would naturally get confused on... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
ak_chatterji
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Kolkata (Calcutta), India
Amazing dramatic landscape

What a place to visit you drive through the most amazing moonscape valley with the Indus River... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2014
loulefoodie2
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“Historic Indus - River Without a Passport”
6 Dec 2014
“Amazing dramatic landscape”
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Standing on the river bank near the Hemis monastery in Ladhak, one would naturally get confused on its orientation of flow. As we drive Northwards towards Leh, at a higher elevation, the river continues to flow alongside the road. Abundant gurgling water, though not so...More

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Reviewed 6 December 2014 via mobile

What a place to visit you drive through the most amazing moonscape valley with the Indus River flowing through if you get the chance go on the Hangro Loops a series of 18 hairpin bends strewn down a mountainside with precipitous drops and astonishing landscape...More

2  Thank loulefoodie2
Reviewed 15 February 2014

As this ghat is famous for the Sindhu Festival celebrated during the summer. But after One can Find it a Non Tourist attraction due to its loneliness place. The Ghats are build good but due to poor maintenance of surrounding area tourist can avoid. many...More

8  Thank Prakash_Yadav
Reviewed 23 December 2012

the cold and amazing river indus,it flows to the ladakh and zanskar range every july in leh theres a indus river festival.i love the river indus that flows from pakistan to india without boundaries or border .

8  Thank phurbagrangden
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