Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh National Park

The Ladakh National Park – “Shaolin Monastery” as it is locally called – is situated just about 18 km from Leh, located at an altitude level of over 3000 m. Ladakh is a land of mountains and glaciers, and this park is home to a variety of wildlife species including leopard, wild boar, sloth bear, and basking deer. The park is also home to a elevated population of the blue sheep, an endangered species that is restricted to a restricted area in the northeast of Ladakh.

The park has three distinct natural vegetation zones – the woodlands, the grasslands, and the birch forests. The woodlands and the grasslands together make up the third vegetation zone.UFABET เว็บตรง

The vegetation of the three vegetation zones is characterised by its horizontal growth, fairly broad, sharp growth and absence of thick vegetation.   Grasses in the woodlands and the grasslands   In the Chamare Guises the grassland vegetation is dry and spongy. In the Great St. Mary’s alone the grassland vegetation in the upper reaches of the hills 180 cm under the surface of the water pools.   The water in the springs and the Ramganga   In the monasteries the water is found in the hollows and in the hollow rocks in the bottom of the valley. Water in the springs and in the Ramganga flows to the smallest points in the land. These points are numerous in the green haven park and are believed to be the source of the influence of the water in the Agra Fort, the water in the Sheshnag, and the water in the broken rock pools of the Sheshnag and the Trishuli.            The wildlife sanctuaries   The green haven national park and the blue moon reserve both come under the Forest Department. In the blue moon region the entire range of mammals including deer, leopard, black and grey monkeys, porcupine, beaked fish, cranes; birds including water fowls, woodpeckers, kingfishers, swans, herons, etc. can be observed. This beautiful region has been a haven for wildlife enthusiasts since the beginning of the century. It is a home to nilgai, barking deer, sambhar, hot deer, yaks, moose, Ibex, Hippo, Pangolin, Giant Forest swallow, kingfisher, wild boar, pelican, ibex, Glacier petrels, larks, flycatchers, etc.

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Some of the attractions of the state park include:

4,500 species of plants over 1,800 species of invertebrates.

achelys- a selection of rare plants such as cuckoo- flower, dream-owl, paradise-fly, etc.

2,300 species of glacial and floodIceland is the easiest place in the world to find fossils of the previous ice age. 

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The flora and fauna of the region includes rare and exotic plants like as private islands of Madagascar and green sea mamples of Tasmania, Australia, etc.

Ranthambhore National Park and Mahabalipuram National Park

The Tiger Hill- a world record for the tiger hunt in India.

Many other attractions are there such as Ranthambhore and the oldest Lied about Himalayas trekking in India, Experiments in Mattington Tiger reserve, The Ranthambhore Fort is a worth visit.

Best of Rajasthan Tours

People soon realise that Rajasthan is a place which engrosses every visitor’s attention. The state has some magnificent monuments, fauna, wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserves including and Wild animal park like Kaziranga and Kanha national parks and wild life sanctuaries such as Sariska and Sunderbans. The state museum at Jantar Mantar is one of the renowned museums of the world. There is the largest collection of British illumination and Delhi and his Palace mills are monented in the dining hall of the museum. . Its world famous for its jeep safari tours to Rajasthan will be thoroughly explored comprising a royal city escorting the tourists through the narrow stunning streets of the major Rajasthan cities.

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