A cosy Authentic ladakhi homestay where you will not just feel at home but can also enjoya good conversation with the owner and enjoy the local food cooked at home. The home stay is in a secluded area just about 10 mins walk from the market. You can pick between the room with a shared bathroom or for a room with bathroom attached. The homestay has a small balcony, kitchen and a common room. Cost rs.600 to 1500 per room/per night
-A homestay is a nice cozy bungalow in the desert region of Nubra valley. The homestay has a small vegetable farm and a huge dining area where you can enjoy the freshly cooked vegetables while experiencing the warm hospitality of the locals. Most of the rooms also have a balcony area to chill. The bungalow has a common area and a terrace. All the rooms have attached bathrooms.
Cost rs.900-1800 per room/per night
One of the prettiest villages in Nubra valley and Ladakh, a village just 8km from the indo-pak border is home to the Baltic tribe. Live with a local Baltic family where the owner will take you for a village walk and tell you stories of how the village was a part of Pakistan just up until 1961. You can also spot the K2 peak from this village. Enjoy the homestay overlooking the apricot farms. And at night unwind by laying on the terrace spotting shooting stars. If this isn’t enough, go chill by the stream right outside the homestay or take a walk and indulge yourself plucking mulberries and apricots. If you happen to visit Ladakh, make sure to include Turtuk in your plan. Cost rs.750 per person/per night inclusive of 3 meals and a complimentary village tour.
A homestay with a splendid view of the mountains. The homestay has three options for stay ranging from budget, midrange and luxury. You can take a pick based on your budget.Kasol is a hippie paradise with cafes and a small market across the small town. Price will differ based on preference and season. Cost rs.600 to 3000 per night/per room.
A mountain village that can be reached by road or by hiking is surrounded by mountains on all sides. The guest house here has a small balcony area outside every room where you can chill and enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas. The guest house offers room with attached and non attached bathrooms. A dining room next to the kitchen is a good place to meet other travelers and indulge in some good Israeli cuisine. The staff at this guest house are very courteous. The village is also famous for its temple which is open only to the villagers. Touching or entering the temple is prohibited for travelers. Cost rs.500-1000 per night/per room
A small village nestled between the mountains, pulga is one of the most beautiful villages in the valley. A nice wooden homestay with very basic amenities is a place one must visit if you’re looking to spend some quiet time. You can choose to stay in one of the rooms at the homestay or spend the night at the restaurant/dining area where most of the travelers choose to crash for the night. The village has a beautiful forest area within a short walk from the stay. Pulga is also a base village for those who wish to hike up to Kheerganga. The homestay at Pulga is mostly packed with foreigners throughout the year, so stay assured that you will always have company. If you like to party and would like to experience one in the mountains, don’t forget to ask us for more details! Cost rs.150 per night/per person
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