A retreat near Goa’s hidden backwaters
Where: LadakhWhen: May to AugustHow long: 6 daysHow much: Rs 32,000 per person, all-inclusive ex-Leh (food, accommodation, local transport, local guide and permits).
Apricot, known as "chulli" in Ladakh, was introduced to the arid region of Ladakh centuries ago by traders passing through the area on the Silk Route. This tour allows tourists to get a deep understanding of organic farming of apricots. The scenic beauty is unmatched and you will stay at warm homestays in some beautiful and unexplored villages of Ladakh.
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