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A Serene Journey: Thrillophilia’s Ladakh Adventure Review

A Serene Journey: Thrillophilia’s Ladakh Adventure Review

My recent trip to Ladakh with Thrillophilia was nothing less than a core memory that I will cherish for the rest of my life. Being a frequent traveller, I had high expectations when I decided to travel to Ladakh through Thrillophilia due to the large number of positive Thrillophilia reviews. Truth be told, they delivered far more than my expectations. 

I arrived at the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport and I was welcomed by a representative from Thrillophilia. They were so welcoming and ever since then, I felt that all the Thrillophilia reviews I came across were genuine and this trip was going to be one of the best ones. I travelled comfortably in a car and was put up in a hotel. Surprisingly, the hotel was also as per our requirements- clean, neat, and with an unforgettable view of the mountains. It was filled with state-of-the-art amenities and had some of the most hospitable and helpful staff I have ever come across. The first impression of the services eased my travel fatigue and I was looking forward to the trip.

On the second day, we headed to the Sham Valley, which is located on the Leh-Srinagar highway. We also visited the Martyrs memorial and paid homage to the bravehearts of the Indian armed forces who made the supreme sacrifice during the Indo-Pak war. I travelled to the SECMOL school- the school that inspired and featured in the Bollywood film “3 Idiots”. We stopped by the Spituk Gompa to get an insight into the Buddhist lifestyle and admired the variety of Buddhist weapons in the museum. My guide was brimming with knowledge and was patient enough to explain everything about the museum. The day concluded after checking out places like Magnetic Hill, Indus Sangam viewpoint, and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. 

Thrillophilia's Ladakh Adventure Review

The next day, I travelled to the Nubra Valley via the Khardung La Pass- the world’s highest all-season motorable road. After arriving at the Nubra Valley, I was out of words to witness one of the best landscapes ever. The pristine white sand and the camels adorning the landscape were picture-worthy. The day concluded at a camping site at Nubra Valley overnight. 

A visit to Ladakh is incomplete without heading to Pangong Lake. After checking out of the campsite, he headed there. The lake is known for its changing colours and was nestled beautifully near the Indo-China border. What surprised me even more was when my guide told me that I would be staying near the lake overnight. 

Thrillophilia's Ladakh Adventure Review

Next on the itinerary was the Chang-La Pass- the world’s highest mountainable pass. For an adrenaline junkie like me, the journey with a view lives rent-free in my mind. We checked out famous places like Changla Baba Temple and the Thiksey Monastery. The day concluded with a stay at a pre-booked hotel in Leh. 

The trip concluded with the Thrillophilia representative dropping me at the Leh Airport. Looking back, I felt mentally and physically rejuvenated after the trip. Considering the services and all that we visited, the entire trip was cost-effective and the Thrillophilia team’s unconditional support was the cherry on top. I am in all praises for the reviews of Thrillophilia and I would recommend their services to anyone who wants to have a trip of their lifetime. 

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