Diskit is around 150 km from the Ladakh's late spring capital, Leh. Situated on the banks of Shyok River, the valley is rich and very much bolstered by streams and rivers. The greenery is bound along the banks of the waterway and whatever remains of Diskit is a frosty forsake known for its sand ridges. Numerous products like grain, wheat, peas, almond, apricots and numerous vegetables and natural products are developed here.
Diskit is a decent stopover put. It is the biggest town in the Nubra valley. There are numerous very much kept up lodgings and visitor houses in Diskit. Day by day taxi administrations are accessible for Leh however runs just once in a day. The town is kept around a one path primary market. There are a couple of spots to eat in Diskit. Neighborhood transports and cabs for Hunder and Turtuk are likewise accessible here.
In any case, they leave at a young hour early in the day. Travel offices offer outdoors offices around the delightful green valley, which unmistakable difference a distinct difference to the desolate mountains and sand ridges that encompass it. The excellence here is characterized by the differentiating scenes.