Tsaskor Camps

Tsaskor Camps

Near Diskit

The property falls in Diskit, the main difference of Nubra and Diskit is the fact that Diskit has the maytree statue which is famous.
Starts from Rs 499/ Night

The property falls in Diskit, the main difference of Nubra and Diskit is the fact that Diskit has the maytree statue which is famous.
This camp site is for the lovers of the minimalistic life who wish to live a slow paced life in the heart of nature as close as they can be.
All the tents might get a bit chilly at night so carry extra warm clothes.

PLACES TO VISIT/ AROUND THE STAY
The property falls in Diskit, the main difference of Nubra and Diskit is the fact that Diskit has the maytree statue which is famous.
This homestay is in close proximity to this statue. The homestay has 5 spacious rooms and a community kitchen that has a central heating system that’s common throughout the valley.

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.
Expect to come across the kind of cuisine that you will only find in high altitude regions that is the speciality of Ladakh.
Stuffed flatbreads cooked on a charcoal stove, tangy fresh apricot juice and succulent dumplings served along with a side of tomato chutney.
This remote, windswept desert land suffered centuries of isolation. Cut off from the outside world, Ladakhis make good use of the available resources and use only locally-sourced ingredients. This leaves a doubt in the mind about the taste and quality right?
Well fear not! You will be surprised at the culinary skills that you come across that have rich taste.
Groves of apple, apricot and walnut trees can also be found in these fertile river areas. In the warmer months, vegetables like potatoes, beans, radishes, spinach and carrots are grown.

It can be extremely pleasurable to walk around this picturesque village. The village is traditionally divided into three areas.
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.
BY AIR:
Nubra Valley closest airport is situated at Leh and is known as Bakula Rimpoche Airport.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.
BY RAIL:
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.
BY ROAD:
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 is very inclusive living harmoniously in Ladakhi houses made of stones, mud and wood are increasingly finding it difficult to sustain themselves.
The traditional practices are conscious of the environment; they used dry toilets to keep water usage at bay. “People here always relied on natural manure which is available in abundance since traditional Ladakhi dry toilets also provide compost.

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