A Photo Adventure with #LeEco: #RoadTripToLadakh #ShotonLe2

No experience can be more enriching than an impromptu road trip. New people, new sights and a confluence of culture, community and cuisine make for a heady concoction. And if it is a road trip to the high desert regions of Leh Ladakh through the Lahaul Spiti Valley, it is nothing short of an experience of a lifetime.

When our friend, avid traveler and road tripper Dhrubo Borkotoky embarked on a trip to ‘get Leh’d’, we couldn’t resist arming him with the new LeEco Le2 Superphone. It was enough ammunition for a 10-day trip, with a 16 MP camera, 32 GB internal space, a 5.5″ Full-HD display, an impressive battery life and perhaps the best audio output in a smartphone ever. Because music, memories and e-books in a single device makes for a great travel companion.
The trip covered 2500 kms from Delhi via Manali – Rohtang – Gramphu – Kokhsar – Keylong- Jispa – Darcha – Patseo – Zinzinbar – Baralacha La Pass – Sarchu – Lachung La Pass – Pang – Tanglang La Pass – Upshi – Leh – Khardungla – Pangong and back. Enjoy the images, and if they inspire you to get on the road, join CrazyGypsy Travels on Facebook and book yourself on their upcoming trips.
Deepak Taal, a pristine still water lake enroute to Baralacha La Pass
A spiritual angle at the Thikse Monastry 
The stunning views around Pangong Lake that changes its hue every now and then
Pangong Lake, which is one third in India and two third in China
Waking up to the pristine view of Pangong Lake after a freezing night at the camp
You cannot help but admire the grand Ladakhi architecture all around
The night stay in the camps next to Pangong Lake
A visual treat around every corner
The Beas river in full fury
The lone ranger
Dramatic unfolding of the scenery between Keylong and Sarchu
Good ol’ Manali never disappoints – a view from the hotel room
Enroute to Rohtang Pass before the landscape changes dramatically
View of Leh city from the 15th century Namgyal Tsemo Gompa 
Burning midnight oil at the camp as we partied
Jispa Camp at the banks of the river Bhaga
Pitching tents along the way to recharge for another day’s adventure
Approaching the famous Ghata loops enroute to Leh
Highway to Heaven
Shanti Stupa at Chanspa, Leh
Dramatic landscapes that stretch across miles
More from Pangong Lake
Some more breathtaking landscapes   
This could well be from another planet
Nature at its artistic best
All images shot by Dhrubo Borkotoky on the LeEco Le2 Superphone provided by Le Ecosystem Technology India Pvt. Ltd.
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