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Experiences 2023


Our camp is 40 acres of natural space, most of which is kept natural for wildlife. It is home to a family of Himalayan Red Foxes, Mountain Weasels, Pikas, as well as a large variety of migratory birds. 

Aarhan, a fantastic local birding guide (his instagram page is here), conducts birding and wildlife tours of the camp and surrounding areas. He also arranges longer trips

In order: Himalayan Red Fox (not a bird! but frequently visible at camp), Purple Heron (First sighting in Ladakh at the camp!), Kite, Citrine Wagtail, Common Rosefinch, Chukar Patridge, Snow Pigeon, Oriental Turtle Dove, Bluethroat

Cost - 2,500 Rupees for Guide

We also have a spotting scope, binoculars and birding list for free at camp


Relax your mind and body with morning yoga sessions, conducted by the Indus River.

Group sessions: 800 INR per person

Private Sessions are available for 1,400 INR


In Ladakh, the sky is so clear that the milky way is visible with the naked eye. Our campsite, away from the city and its lights, is the ideal place to watch for shooting stars, space stations and the planets. 

Enjoy the warmth of a campfire under the stars,  before checking out the moon's craters up close through the camp telescope. 

Cost - Free of Charge


We take guests on a walk through the village to the double-humped Bactrian camel sanctuary - descendants of the animals that carried goods along the silk road.

Later in the day, we go for riverside walks to watch the sunset over the Indus.

Cost - Free of Charge


Within our valley, there are ancient monasteries and palaces to explore, with exquisite murals and artwork, as well as museums that explore Ladakh's culture and position in the Silk Road

Witness the daily morning prayers ceremony at Thiksey, as the sun rises over its monastery.

Taxi Charge - Between 1,000 and 5,000 depending on distance. 

Guide - 2,000 to 4,000