It is our immense pleasure to let you know that in addition to the breathtaking views of Mountains , sights brimming with panoramic beauty and the highest motorable roads in the world, we are also one of the reasons visitors love to visit ‘The Roof of The World’ again and again! Feel welcomed and nestled in the lap of Mother Nature where you’ll be spoilt for choices of mesmerizing experiences and wonderful sights!
Camel Traveling is predominantly evident in Nubra Area from Hundar up to the Diskit .Bactrian camels, along with dual humps, are basically also recognized as the 'Real Camel'. A ride on the double humped Bactrian Camels at the sand dunes of Hunder is number three on our list of things to do in Ladakh for its terrain along the breathtakingly beautiful Shyok and Nubra River. This is the integral part of the caravans that used to travel on the ancient trade route.
River rafting in Ladakh evokes thrill like no other. Settled in the lap of Himalayas, the difficult terrain has two swift rivers- Indus River and Zanskar River with exciting rapids, perfect for river rafting. The wonderful landscape of Ladakh adds to the delight of rafting. The towering mountains, colorful monasteries, ancient canyons formed by the river, chilly winds, the freezing waters and unrivalled thrill, all make rafting in Ladakh an experience that you do not forget easily.
Ladakh brings forth many trekking tours but the Stok Kangri Trek is simply a walk to heaven. If one is lucky enough, he has the opportunity to catch the glimpse of the towering peak of K2 and the view of several crystal crests and large moraines winding down the barren valleys. During the trek get the chance of 360 degree view of the Saser Kangri, which dominates the northern sky on the Karakoram Range and the Zanskar Range on the south.
Camping in Ladakh has been one such activity that has seized the soul of oodles of travellers looking for a tranquil and pleasant holiday in Ladakh. The region has been frequented by adventurers over the decades, but today it also has come to the notice of leisure travellers since the growth of tourism in Ladakh. Often the trekkers explore destinations in the Ladakh region that allows them to set up an overnight camp on their expedition.