At the Indus River camp, we strive to operate under eco principles but, as a relatively new camp, in isolated Ladakh, there are certain financial and geographical limitations. 

We do not use plastic bottles for water. We serve our guests' fresh spring water. For toiletries, we have refillable shampoo and shower gel containers. 

However, running a kitchen in Ladakh requires many goods that come in single-use plastic. Many hotels will throw around words like sustainable, eco-friendly and plastic-free without any thought to their actual meaning. 

We promise to be transparent in all our attempts to become sustainable.

We welcome and encourage any help or suggestions to how we can improve our camp in this regard. 

Problems we face

  1. There is no waste management system or recycling facilities in Leh. The transportation of material to recycling plants is costly and damaging to the environment. The most effective way to dispose of rubbish is to burn it, which is not ideal. We are constantly looking for suggestions for how we can creatively or practically employ garbage on site. 

  2. A majority of food products that enter the Union Territory of Ladakh, come in single-use plastic or Tetrapak cartons


To understand more about the environmental challenges that Leh faces with increased tourism, please read this article

DIRECTIONS (Look for a sign for Zainabya Chowk!!!!)

We will contact you in advance to your booking to ensure that you know the right way.


Follow the sign for Zainabya Chowk from the main road. From there, you will see the camp's entrance. 


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Chuchot Yokma, Past Imam Barga

On The banks of The Indus River


Jammu & Kashmir