ABOUT HUNDER - NUBRA VALLEY
Situated close the Siachen glacier and Pakistan border in
Jammu and Kashmir in north India, entry beyond Hunder
village is barred as the area ahead is controlled by the
Indian Army. Hunder is approximately 160 km from Leh and one
has to cross Khardung La, the world's highest motorable pass
to reach the remote village.
Hunder is most popular for the camel rides in the high
altitude cold desert. The camel safaris are done on Bactrian
Double-humped Camels which are reminder the bygone era of
Silk Route trade. The vast stretch of sand dunes between
Hunder Village and Diskit is where you will see the Bactrian
Camels grazing in the sea-buckthorn forests. It is also
where most of the safari rides are offered.
Beautiful but remote, Hunder village sits like an oasis in
the middle of cold desert in Nubra valley of Jammu and
Kashmir. Seven km from Diskit which is known for its
Buddhist monastery, Nubra has acquired fame for its sand
dunes, the cold desert that surrounds it, Bactrian camels
and its breath-taking natural beauty.
Hunder is also famous for its Buddhist monastery known as
Hundur gompa situated close to the Diskit monastery. It is
one of the oldest monasteries of Nubra valley.
Camps Facilities :
We have 20 Deluxe Rooms with en-suite facilities cold
running water in each tent, facing beautiful Mountain View.
tents are wall to wall jute carpets & boutique style decor
Tent type : Swiss Cottage Tents.
Fully waterproof with double layer canvas.
Size of the Tents : 12 by 12 feet for rooms.
Size of Tents for bathrooms : 5 by 12 feet.
Furniture in all rooms.
Toilets with English type seat.
Hot water Facilities.
Indian, Chinese and continental food served.
Food served in buffet.
Warm quilts and blankets in all rooms.
Hot water bottle for elderly.
Room service available
Oxygen Cylinder facilities if required
Restaurant : We serve authentic, cuisine of
North-Indian, Ladakhi, Tibetan, Gujurati, Jain food, South
Indian, Chinese and our best possible continental menu.
Types of Rooms
(With only Breakfast)
(With 2 Time Meals)
(With All Meal)
Extra Bed Rs.
BOOKING/PAYMENT/CANCELLATION TERM SPECIAL NOTE
Child below 05 years on complimentary basis / sharing bed
Extra bed is mandatory for child above 10 years & adults
Above Rates are per night Basis. Check In Time 1200 HRS /
Check Out Time 1000 HRS
25% Advance (Non refundable/Transferable) to confirm the
booking75% Balance a month before the travel date
Cheque made out to "The Regal Camp"
Outstation payments by draft payable at Leh favoring "The
Bank transfer (NEFT)
Payment at Leh or Camp will be accepted in Cash Only
50% cancellation of total billing amount (inclusive of 25%
Non Refundable / transferable advance Payment) will be
charged if cancelled before 15 days of arrival date.
No refund if cancelled before or within 07 days.
It is compulsory to carry the accommodation voucher to the
campsite to avoid inconvenience during check-in.
Due to natural calamities like flood / landslides / road
block clients are unable to reach at campsite, we will issue
credit to any other services.
The Nationals /Citizen Of China / Taiwan/ Afghanistan /
Bangaladesh / Pakistan/ Srilanka / Bhutan / Nepal / Maldives
/ Myanmar & those who posses Diplomatic / Official Passport
are not allowed to visit restricted areas (Pangong Lake /
Nubra Valley / Tsomoriri Lake & Dha Hanu) Of Ladakh Region.
altitude desert, with rolling expanse of sand dunes and barren
landscape is the USP of Hunder village. The cold desert and sand
dunes seem enigma to scores of tourists who come to visit the
Bactrian camels are another attraction.
Native to the steppes of central Asia, the Bactrian camel has
two humps, in contrast to the single-humped camels found in
Rajasthan and other parts of India. The Bactrian camels were the
main mode of transport when Ladakh was an important stopover on
the ancient trade routes with Central Asia.
Located 150 kilometers North of Leh, Hunder, sitting
at an average altitude of 10, 000 feet, is a small
village where the Shyok River meets Nubra River.
Hunder lies on the ancient silk route, once an
important international trade route
Once in Leh, the road journey takes 4-6 hours via
Khardung La Pass (40 KMs), Khardung Village (34 KMs),
Khalsar (23 KMs) and Diskit (19 KMs).
Gangjor Complex Near Jeevan Cafe, Changspa,Leh-Ladakh, 194101, J&K,(India)