Tongspon House

Tongspon House

Near Hunder

Modern ladaki house with luxury amenities but with love from a lovely host family. Tongspon house is where design, art, comfort comes in blend.
Starts from Rs 499/ Night

Modern ladaki house with luxury amenities but with love from a lovely host family. Tongspon house is where design, art, comfort comes in blend.
The home has 6 rooms and 3 single occupancy rooms that are so cosy that you will not feel like stepping out of the house, but please do. The valley is way to beautiful to spend the whole day indoors.
The Nubra Valley has a historical romance, for the much famed Silk Route meandered along the banks of Nubra. Tongspon House is nestled in the lap of Hunder providing a peaceful and relaxed holiday.Its one of the best places to stay in the region.
Tongspon House is a quite wonderland in the lands of might dunes.In the hustle bust eo touristic destination this quilters NotOnMap stay is perfect for that local life. The landscape facing the confluence of Shyok and Nubra rivers is the natural habitat for sea buckthorn, wild flowers and desert wildlife. The house is well designed in modern art, with farms and gardens built on itsenclosure. From sitting by the balcony or by the garden it has it’s own sense and charm.
You get a full view from the window where you get a perfect view of the organic farm.. Apples, chuli, common in all the stays of hunder. North India food is in abundance as the cook is excelling in the same.
Nubra valley is a blast of lush greenery in Ladakh's dessert slopes, Snuggled between the Karakoram Range and nurtured by two rivers, Nubra is brimming with Sea buckthorns and Alfalfa.
Samstanling Monastery is in Sumlur village and was founded 140 years ago. The monastery houses 50 monks and this is the main monastery of the region.
Hunder sand dunes- The Hunder sand dunes of Nubra valley with its Bactrian camels are a photographer's delight and a familiar sight in all travel magazines and posters.
HunderGompa, the Buddhist monastery of the Hunder village is one of the oldest in the Nubra valley. It has some old frescos and a statue of Buddha. The monastery is also the best place in the village for a view of the dipping sun.
Cham dance which is an ancient culture can be witnessed here during the celebration of the festival of Hunder. Display of traditional arts and sports can be witnessed at this village too.

You get to experience a very distinctive Ladakhi taste of food here along with the farm life that the hosts live.
Most of the population of Ladakhwere initially smallholders or farmers, growing their own crops. But now, residents are giving up farming in favour of jobs that generate greater income. Those who do farm have dropped traditional methods in favour of harmful pesticides and fertilisers but there are places like these homestays that still work towards preserving the older traditions and age old values that can be seen.

Simple home cooked Ladakhi food is served. From tradition firewood Dal Chawal to Mom Mok. Please don’t expect any fancy food as this is not being served here. You can also participate in cooking and learn some recipes from Ladakh.

Experience the Seabuckthornberries that is used to make juice as well as syrup for the winter as it has a lot of vitamin C.The berries are tart and as addictive as sour candies. The juice itself is a lot sweeter, as it’s artificially sweetened with sugar.
Experience the Certain types of apricots that are are made into jams, while others are dried and later soaked in water to make a drink. Caper bushes also grow wild in Ladakh and the shoots are picked and made into a relish.
Barley is ground at local mills (rantaks) and used to make a variety of stove-cooked flatbreads. They are consumed alongside dishes like baril, a dip made of ground apricot kernels and walnuts.

Nubra Valley can be easily reached from Leh City. It is at a distance of about 150 kms from Leh and can only be reached by road via world’s highest motor able pass, Khardung La.
Nubra Valley closest airport is situated at Leh and is known as BakulaRimpocheAirport.It is also one of the highest commercial airports in the world. From Leh, one has to take a cab, tempo traveller or a state run bus to Nubra Valley.
The nearest railhead to Nubra Valley would be at Jammu Tawi, which is around 750 kms away. In order to reach Nubra by train, one has to first travel from Jammu to Leh and then from there to Nubra.
Leh City is well connected by road to Nubra Valley. One has to take the route via Khardung La, world’s highest motorable pass to reach Nubra.Leh City is well connected to Srinagar, Kargil, Manali and Delhi.

The community in this village is extremely loving and care for their guests as though they are a part of their own family, it takes a lot of humility to be able to do this and it can be seen in the stark alertness they have to your needs. If it gets too chilly you don’t even need to ask the host for an extra blanket. You will find them arranged for you before you could even ask.
The community members are closely knit and work together to ensure that there is peace and harmony prevailing in the lives they live.

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