A Haven in the Himalayas: Ladakh
A haven in the Himalayas described as á piece of broken moon-land'

 Find peace and tranquility amidst the world's highest mountain range and its foothills with its striking landscapes. This area has been aptly called the ‘abode of the Gods’ and has attracted spiritual seekers for centuries and is imbued with Hindu and Buddhist
Traditions. Ladakh is often described as a piece of broken moon-land

Open from June to September

For futher information & registration please contact us at info@buddhapath.com


The Buddhists of Ladakh regard His Holiness the Dalai Lama as their supreme leader and as a living incarnation of Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Great Compassion.
Set amidst towering mountains with calm and pristine lakes, Ladakh is beautifully described as “a piece of broken moon land”. Locked in by the Karakoram Range of mountains in the north and the Himalayas in the south Ladakh is stunningly stark and awe-inspiring.

Buddhism is the dominant religion of Ladakh and the monasteries play an important social role. Each monastery is distinct from the other and attractive in its unique way. We will explore the area, visit monasteries and interact with local people to see their ecologically and spiritually informed way of living.

We welcome you to take a pilgrimage to this shangri-la, to explore and be inspired by the grandeur of nature, and to awaken to a silence within.



(Open from June to September)

Itinerary on request



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