Camping in Ladakh

The vast undulated region of Ladakh, secluded by towering snow capped peaks, dotted with ancient monasteries, remote hamlets and crystal blue lakes, is appended with numerous mountain activities. 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. Such camping in Ladakh is not meant for leisure seekers. When the journey encounters the barren terrains beyond human civilization and days are covered with strenuous walk, camping in Ladakh then provides the necessary break. Camping in such trails often has strong resemblance to a nomadic lifestyle. Such notable and beautiful camping in the Ladakh region can be experienced in the Hunder Sand Dunes, which is located in the Nubra Valley region; camping in Tibb Cave on the Frozen River Trek during the winters; camping in Rumbak Valley on the Snow Leopard Trek; camping in Smankarmo on the Stok Kangri summit expedition; and camping near the shore of Tsomoriri on the Tso Moriri Lake Trek.While holidaying in Leh, leisure travellers often drive up to the serene ambiance of the Pangong Lake at an altitude of 4,350 meters. The endorheic lake in the Ladakh region offers ample opportunity for camping in Ladakh in the midst of a breathtaking environment where one can

encounter several species of birds like the Bar-headed goose and Brahmini ducks; and animals like kiang and marmot. Camping in Ladakh for leisure travellers is also possible along the Indus River that offers an eco friendly ambiance and that’s approximately 10 minutes drive from Leh. Further, camping in Ulleytokpo village, which is approximately 150 kilometers away from Leh, is an ideal place to get acquainted with the Indo-Tibetan culture.

Ladakh Tourism at a Glance