Location: Nubra valley lies in the northernmost part of India. It is located at a distance of about 150 km from Leh city of Ladakh district.
Description: Panamik is the last village in Nubra valley where foreigners are allowed. The Nubra valley separates Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges and this is the place where Shyok River meets Siachen River. Panamik in Nubra valley is famous for its hot water springs. The water of Panamik hot spring is rich in sulphur and it is believed that this water is best for curing rheumatism and other ailments. Panamik is a beautiful village which stands on the banks of Nubra River. Panamik is also famous for its Bactrian camels with two humps and Pashmina goats. Pashmina shawls weaved using the wool of Pashmina goats are world famous and very expensive. Ensa Gompa is also one of the famous places in Panamik. The Ensa Gompa is about 250 years old and holds the ancient treasure of murals and scriptures. The scenic beauty of the snowcapped mountains and Nubra valley is very fascinating.
Activities: Atrip to Leh is incomplete if tourists do not visit the Panamik, Nubra valley and enjoy the marvelous beauty of nature. Shoppers can buy the famous Pashmina shawls and Tibetan artifacts available in Panamik.