Situated at a distance of almost 150 km from the main market of Leh, this village of hot springs is situated.
Panamik village is situated near the Siachen Glacier. It is near the Nubra valley. This village is famous for its hot water spring. It is the northernmost part of the country.
The valley of hot water spring is surrounded by snow-clad mountains. This place makes its border with the Siachen and is the last place in this region where foreigners can visit.
in Nubra valley is also famous for the double-humped Bactrian camels and the Pashmina Goats. The double-humped camels are no similar to other camels that are found in other parts of India. Pashmina goats are also found here. The fleece of the Himalayan goats get stuck in the branches of and the bushes of the trees, and then the locals from the surrounding come here and collect it and after going through so many processes the world-famous pashmina shawl gets ready.
The village is also good for shopping for fresh and dry fruits. You can also buy pure pashmina shawls and woolen clothes from here.
In the village of Panamik, there is a 250-year-old gompa, which is known as the Ensa gompa. The gompa belongs to the Buddhists. There are some murals and scriptures inside the gompa.
The best time to visit here is from June to August. During winter, this place is not accessible due to the heavy snow-fall.
If you are planning your
trip to Ladakh, you must visit this place as it is one of the
main attractions in Ladakh.
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How to reach:-
From the Leh airport, it will take you almost 4 hours to reach here.
If traveling from Srinagar, this route will take you almost 13 hours and 30 minutes to reach here by road.
This place is accessible by the Khardung La Pass.
You can reach Ladakh from the Srinagar and Manali road.
Ladakh is accessible from Delhi airport as well.