Experiences


Experience with us the unexplored side of Ladakh! We promise some unique and inspirational journeys to our homestays in the villages. By traveling with us, join our vision to ensure a sustainable and holistic development of these remote communities through tourism. Homestays based tourism ensures better livelihood for these communities and empowerment of village women.


A Buddhist Pilgrimage

Culture | Heritage

02-08 Jun 2018

07-13 Jul 2018

Take a deep dive into Ladakh’s culture and heritage as we take a tour to the most ancient monasteries of Ladakh. Rinchen Zangpo (957 – 1055 AD), also called Mahaguru, was an 11th century ruler and scholar in western Tibet.. (Read more..)

The Copper Trail

Culture | Heritage

16-22 June 2018

04–10 Aug 2018

At the high altitude desert of Ladakh, there is an ancient art surviving only due to the efforts of a few native artisans. We take you to a journey to the few last remaining Himalayan village.. (Read more..)

The Mystic Nubra Valley

Nature | Culture | Heritage

23-30 June 2018

07–14 July 2018

In this trip we'll reach Nubra Valley through the highest motorable road, the Khardungla pass at 18,380 feet. During our 4 days in Nubra we'll explore it's prominent sights and experience local life.. (Read more..)

Life of Changpa Nomads

Community | Nature

23-28 June 2018

07–13 July 2018

At an average altitude of 14,600 meters above sea level, the Changthang plateau is one of the least populated areas of the world. The nomads migrate from their villages.. (Read more..)

The Timeless Monastery of Lingshed

Heritage | Community | Adventure

16-23 June 2018

14–21 July 2018

Lingshed is one of the remotest village in the Zanskar region in Ladakh. To reach here you need to drive through some of the remotest roads of India, crossing two passes above 15000 ft and then another day of trekking. The village.. (Read more..)

The Markha Valley

Wildlife | Adventure

23-28 Jun 2018

11-18 Aug 2018

The Markha Valley of Ladakh is a perfect getaway for trekkers with a combination of witnessing the beautiful Himalayan landscape & exploring local village life and.. (Read more..)

The Apricot Trail

Culture | Community

15-21 Aug 2018

Apricot, known as "chulli " in Ladakhi, was introduced to the arid region of Ladakh over a century ago by Chinese traders passing through the area via the Silk Route. Now, in the 21st century, the fruit has become an integral part of Ladakh's culture, heritage and econ.. (Read more..)