From June to September is peak tourist season in Leh in the Himalayas at 3,500 meters. Here it attracts many foreigners and locals. Many of them trekking in the surrounding mountains into the Nubra Valley and Zanskar, want to experience the unique Pangon- lake in 4000 meters above sea level, or visit one of the numerous Buddhist monasteries (Gompa). More and more, but also because they want to visit Ladakh practice yoga or wish to gain an insight into the art of meditation. Probably no place in the world is better suited. the so-called "spiritual tourism" is on the rise and is strongly encouraged and supported by the Indian government. The Mahabodhi International Meditation Center - Devachan, Leh - Ladakh is a major contributor to the spread. In the immediate city centre of Leh in Chanspa is a Center for Yoga & Meditation. Here in the period from June to mid-September daily classes in yoga, as well as an evening guided meditation will be held. For more than five years now the Gaiatreeschool supporting the project. In 2012, Mike Narada worked as a yoga teacher is in Leh. There are all cordially invited. At the beginning of September, the end of the season a big Yoga Festival in the main centre in Choglamsar (10 km from Leh) instead. Last year nearly 1000 visitors came. Interesting posts and diverse opportunities around the topic of Yoga & Meditation are offered to the visitors. We provide current information on this page about the exact time and the program.
Information also http://www.mahabodhi-ladakh.org/