Nubra Ethinic Resort is luxury tented camp at Nubra valley offering quiet and peaceful environment situated in the middle of Hunder village. The tented accommodation is well appointed with all the modern facilities with private specious bathrooms running hot and cold water and private verandah that is ideal place to enjoy the timeout. Leaving behind the city pace, you can unwind yourself in the clean,fresh air and village life of ladakh. Because camp is situated in the middle of Hunder village, you can do a village walk anytime to know about local culture and live activities. Hunder sand dune is just 05 minutes drive and by walk 20 minutes.
20 Double and Tripple sharing accommodation with LED DTH Free Wifi.
Locally made wooden furnitures.
All tents Lwith attached bath and toilet.
Hot and cold water 24 hrs.
Electricity 24 hrs.
Seperate dinning hall capacity 60 person one time.
Organic farm for fresh vegetables for the guest.
Meals in Buffet [Indian and continental].
Well trained staffs.
Oxygen cylinder and first aid in the camp.
Doctor on call.
Guided village walk and double humped camel safari.
All Travel related service and informations.
Sand dunes that lie between Hunder and Diskit in Nubra Valley lured many tourists, with camel safari being the main attraction. It is the place where one can enjoy Bactrian camel ride through the sand dunes. Unlike single-humped camels found in Rajasthan and other parts of India, Bactrian camels in Hunder have two humps and joyride on these camels would be a memorable experience in the Himalaya with a difference.
Perched at a height of 3183 m above sea level, the scenic village of Panamik in Nubra Valley is located around 140 km from Leh. It is situated at the Indian border before the Tibetan territory. The village is known for its curative hot water springs, which are located on its outskirts. Panamik commands the stunning views of the surrounding snowcapped mountains. Apart from the hot water springs, the village is noted for Bactrian camels having two humps and Pashmina goats.
At the foot hills of the Nubra Valley is the official residence of the Chief of Lamba of Nubra. Along with this stands the impressive 32 m Maitreya Buddha statue. Perched atop a hill, the status faces the Shyok river towards Pakistan. The statue built very recently with the help of local donations & 8 kg of gold donated by the head of the Gelupa, Ganden Thipa (the reincarnation of Tsongkhapa) & Abott of Rizu Monastery.
Construction of the statue began in April 2006 & was consecrated recently by H.H Dalai Lama on 25th july 2010. It is said that the statue was built to protect the Diksit village, to prevent further war with Pakistan & to promote world peace.
Founded by Lama Tsultim Nima around 140 years back, the Samstanling Monastery is located in the Sumlur village of the Nubra Valley region. Located 124 km north of the capital of Ladakh, Leh; around 50 monks reside in this monastery whose daily needs are taken care by the monastery governing body.
Yarab Tso Lake
Yarab Tso Lake is considered to be holy and is also often referred to as hidden lake. It is situated near Sumur village, around 15 km from Diskit in Nubra Valley. It offers a magnificent serene surrounding that will truly capture heart and mind of any visitor. A 15-20 minutes hike uphill on a hillock will get you to the banks of this holy lake