Nubra Valley is one of the four major regions of Leh Ladakh Division situated in the northern most part of India bordering both China and Pakistan. Situated at the foot of Siachan Glacier - the highest battle field in the world, at the cross junction of three major Himalayan Mountain ranges - The Karakoram Range, The Saltoro Range, and the Ladakh Range. Nubra Valley is one of the most fertile region of Ladakh Division after Kargil and Sham Valley and is reachable only by crossing the highest motor able road - the Khardong la pass (5600 m).
Nubra Valley is popular for landscape, Baktrian Camel Ride, Sand Dunes and recently for the newly opened (previously a Pakistani village) Turtuk Village at the border with Pakistan, besides the Great Maitrey Buddha Statue at Deskit Monastery, Samstangling Monastery at Sumoor, Panamik Hotspring Village and Ensa Gonpa.
Nubra Valley is a destinationa for all tourists - adventure seekers, spiritually inclined, culturally inquisitive or for that matter for photorgraphers - landscape, star gazing or wildlife.