The itinerary of the average tourist to Ladakh usually begins by taking a tour of Leh, the capital city and principal township of Ladakh. It invariably ends with visiting monasteries that are justifiably famous due to their historic significance and architectural beauty; of Shey, Sankar, Phyang, Spituk and Hemis. Some itineraries might include Alchi, Likir and Lamayuru; but few if ever will trek to the interior villages, venture north to Narbu valley or visit the Zanaskar region. Kargil is not just famous for it’s war stories but for it’s beautiful inhabited villages where mystic stores and an unexplored culture lies. Come explore these unseen villages with Not On Map.