Ancient Heritage Homestay

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Min Age : 12
Max People : 20

Sumda-Chun is an ancient village with an ancient 11th-century-old monstery and stunning views of the mountains.

Homestay Details

Sumda-Chun homestay is located in an ancient village. The monastery here dates back to 11th century and has a unique architecture with Vairocana statue, and also many legends associated to it. Amid the beautiful mountains, a river spring flows and you are surrounded with farms.

Experience the local culture with us at Sumda-Chun village and the cozy homestay. Enjoy a warm welcome from the hosts that will also serve very authentic Ladakhi food in a traditional setup.

This homestay was supported by Eicher group Foundation.

Location

3hr drive from Leh airport

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Eleanor

Family Traveller

We had a really wonderful time at the homestay, it was really beautiful, everyone was very friendly and we were very well taken care of

August 16, 2018

Edward Garret

Couple Traveller

Our stay with Mountain Homestays was undoubtedly the best experience of our entire trip to India and one of the most rewarding of our entire lives. We could not recommend it highly enough. The hospitality, care and attention shown by our hosts was incredible – we have rarely ever felt so well looked after. That all of this came in the most remarkable and remote locations made it even more humbling. On top of the amazing experience, to know that our stay was contributing to the incredible work Gagan and his team at Mountain Homestays are doing in helping to support these remote communities as they bid to survive the relentless encroachment of the cash economy on their traditional way of life, made the whole of our visit feel even more worthwhile and unmissable. This is a once in a lifetime experience!

March 22, 2018