150 kilometres from Leh is the northernmost point in India where foreigners are permitted to go. Let’s speak of the Panamik village first, a perfect place to pick up authentic souvenirs such as carpets, shawls and socks. This is THE place to get Pashnima shawls. Set in a relatively green valley, surrounded by snowy peaks, populated by Bactrian camels, and not far from the Siachen glacier, the village would be worth a visit even if it were not for the springs. But the sulphurous waters are believed by many to have healing properties, drawing many. The village is also the base camp for the trek to 18th century Ensa Gompa.
Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs Travel Tips
- You will likely decide to stay over night.
How to Reach Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs
- By Car
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0.51% of people who visit Leh include Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs in their plan
6 PM - 7 PM
57.14% of people start their Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs visit around 6 PM - 7 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Panamic Hot Sulphur Springs