Naga House

Naga House

Near Dharamshala

A tiny hamlet with just few families lying between two another small unheard village of Merak and Spangmik.
Starts from Rs 1800/ Night

With the cold chilly winds of the Changthang Desert, a picturesque hamlet called Mann, with settlement of about thirty houses is your answer to- ‘The Mountains are calling and i must answer’.
Once the limited number of commercial establishments disappears, so do the roads and any sign of civilization. The PangongTso continues unhindered, cobalt tinged and majestic on one side with vast flat sand lands on the other often broken by the steady streams and rivers that join the lake from the glaciers at touching distance. The best part though is that the tourists are usually taken up to Spangmik - a point where they eat greasy noodles, stay the night at camps, hang around by the lake, take plenty of photos posing by the water and go back to Leh either the same day or the next. Fortunately for you, they don’t risk going any further leaving the roads less explored and more fun. This journey, backbreaking in its true sense is easily the most enchanting experience you would take in your life. Kilometers on end, there are no signs of any life. Just the snow, the water, the sand and ethereal peace!

Naga House is a well maintained traditional Ladakhi home situated most near to the Pangong Lake. You can enjoy your morning tea while having a spectacular view of snowcapped Pangong Range. The cozy living room cum kitchen is the place you can spend hours chatting with other fellow travelers. It has a fireplace in the middle that keeps it warm in the extreme temperatures of Ladakh. There is a hall type room which can accommodate 6 people and 3 double rooms. All the rooms have amazing view of Pangong Tso so fighting for the best view is useless. This Rustic place is made of mud so the temperatures are never fluctuating.
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.
Pangong Tso is located approx 175 kms from Leh town across the Chang la pass. The route passes through Tangste and can be reached in about 5 hours.
Leh – Karu (36 KMs) – Sakti (10 KMs) – Chang La (34 KMs) – Durbuk (32 KMs) – Tangste (9 KMs) – Lukung (34 KMs) – Spangmik (16 KMs) = 171 KMs

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