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About Chamba Camp Diskit

Cradled by jagged mountains on the northern route to Leh, two rivers, Nubra and Shyok meet to form the enchanting valley of Nubra. An oasis of forgotten tales of merchants, monks and mercenaries who trudged these high-altitudes of trans-Himalayan sand dunes in search of gold, glory and God.

Continuing the expedition through dramatic landscapes of enormous glaciated peaks and arid thoroughfares, reach the tranquil yet thriving village of Diskit. Untouched by the mainstream mayhem, the village has beautifully preserved its sanctity despite being the commercial hub of Nubra. Nestled in a quiet corner of Diskit, Chamba Camp invites you on a nomadic voyage sewn with canvas luxury. Travel across this historical landscape surrounded by the soaring Himalayas, sand dunes and mysteries of a bygone era.

Chamba Camp, Diskit presents Hunder village, Turtuk, and Sumur - the alluring barren vistas saturated with hues of white, green and brown. Witness the amalgamation of ancient cultures, stories of Buddhist monks and monasteries eternal through the sands of time, spectacular terrains of molten fold mountains strewn with cobalt blue lakes, all at the Chamba Camp, Diskit– a step away from paradise.

Highlights

  • 360° panoramic view of the hills and mountains from the campsite
  • A natural flowing stream cuts through our campsite
  • Our bespoke itineraries envelopes every aspect of the Nubra experience, presenting you with a luxury holiday option like no other.
  • There's a whole range of panoramic earth to the sky activities: village explorations, birding, hikes and day excursions from the camp with our Ladakh experts.
  • Or ,you could simply do nothing, just curl up with your book, watching the sun set over the ice-capped peaks and a billion stars rise bright under the crisp clear Himalayan sky.

What To See

Diskit Gompa 04 kms drive from our Camp , the monastery founded by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a disciple of Tsong Khapa, founder of Gelugpa (Yellow Hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism in the Cent 14th . Don’t miss the impressive 32 meter statue of the Maitreya Buddha (built 1996). Hundar Walk through the Hundar Village and end it with a camel safari in the heights of the trans-Himalayan high altitude desert. Turtuk A magnificent 3 hours drives (one way) takes you to the penultimate Indo-Pakistan village of Turtuk. Explore the winding narrow lanes of this wonderful village that takes you from their polo ground, their stone mason’s unique sculptors etc. Samsthaling A 19th century monastery located in Summor village, which is one of the remote villages in the Nubra Valley. The monastery is also a home to more than 50 monks. Yarsab Tso Walk and acquaint yourself with the local legends of the enchanted lake of Yarab Tso. Exploratory Walks and Cycling Routes exploratory and guided walks you can base off our campsites that take you to see the Yak breeding centre, fishery, bird watching, desert area etc.
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