VIDEO: Seasons Change & Magic Happens In Ladakh!

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Delve into the cultural happenings of these exotic lands as you weave through secluded villages, hike your way up to high mountain passes, embark on invigorating sports, savour authentic delicacies or simply indulge in the many luxuries of the camps.

Delve into the cultural happenings of these exotic lands as you weave through secluded villages, hike your way up to high mountain passes, embark on invigorating sports, savour authentic delicacies or simply indulge in the many luxuries of the camps.

Words By Jovita Elveera Mendonca

Ladakh. It is where every day brings in something magical along with it. Be it the icy-cold winds brushing your skin or the sun’s warmth trying to balance it out for you. Or even simple things like walking in a meadow surrounded by the Himalayan ranges or stargazing as you relax on the porch. Every thing, every single day, can charm you in a way that you’d find yourself questioning if it really is for real.

This is Ladakh.

And it is where magic happens.

Apart from this, there’s yet another thing that will blow your mind away! Ladakh’s changing seasons drastically transforms its landscape, and a new Ladakh is born. The following video is our humble attempt at capturing the sheer magic of Ladakh’s seasonal changes at  TUTC’s Chamba Camp at Diskit & Thiksey. This video shall give you a gist of why TUTC chose to set up their glamping tents at Ladakh and why glamping at 12,000 feet can be overwhelming!

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The Chamba Camp, Thiksey & Diskit – Fact File:

Best Time To Visit: May to 10 October (Based On ladakh Weather)
Location: In the state of Jammu & Kashmir in India. It is the region’s highest plateau located at a height of 9,800 feet.
How to Reach: Apart from the Leh Airport offering regular flights to Delhi, Chandigarh, and other cities, Ladakh has a number of military airports. Road connectivity is via Chandigarh, Srinagar, or Manali (via the Manali-Leh Highway). Buses and taxis are available, but most roads are usually closed in the winter. Jammu Tawi is the nearest railhead from Ladakh, at a distance of 700 km.
Official Language: Ladakhi, Tibetan, Urdu, and Balti.
Currency: INR
Time Zone: UTC+05:30
Climate: Being a high-altitude desert, Ladakh receives heavy snowfall and short, dry summers.
Food & Drink: Skyu, thukpa, and ngampe are popular local dishes. Gurgur cha (traditional tea) and chang (a fermented alcoholic drink) are the beverages to try while in Ladakh.

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Book Your Luxury Camping Holiday Now!

We set up luxury tents in Nagaland from November 29 to December 12, to coincide with the dates of the Hornbill festival. We are also even operational in Ladakh from the May 15 to October 10, so book yourself a glamping experience in the Himalayan mountains. Or delve into the hidden secrets of the wild, in the forest reserves of Dudhwa at The Jaagir Lodge from 19 December 2017 to 15 June 2018  call +91 801 090 2222 or write to us at info@tutc.com.

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