The Nubra River is a tributary of the River Shyok that flows through the Nubra valley in the northern part of Ladakh and then joins the Indus River in Skardu, Pakistan. The Nubra River originates from the Siachin glacier. It has vast similarity with the Shyok River. Nubra Valley can be reach through Khardung La pass, the world’s highest motorable pass. Tourists need the carry inner line permits to visit the valley.