Basgo Palace View Homestay

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Stay in a boutique accommodation overlooking the famous Basgo Palace

Explore the village of Basgo which was once an important cultural and political centre in Ladakh

Why we love this homestay?
  • Experienced Hosts
  • Organic farm to table expereince
Basgo Homestay

Basgo Palace View Homestay, located on the national highway between Leh and Kargil, offers stunning views of the historic Basgo Palace. This convenient location makes it an ideal stopover for travelers exploring the scenic route.

Guests can enjoy a comfortable stay with access to a garden where they can engage in plucking fresh vegetables with the hosts, adding a unique farm-to-table experience to their visit. This homestay provides a tranquil retreat, perfect for connecting with the local culture and enjoying the natural beauty of Ladakh.

Homestay features
  • Complimentary breakfast & dinner
  • Hot water from Solar Water Heater
  • Clean towels and Linen
  • Local curated meal
  • Western Style Common Toilet (Summer)
  • Western Style Dry Toilet (Winter)
Your host – Tsering Stobdan
  • Warm, authentic hospitality
  • Knowledge about farming and grazing
  • Languages spoken - Ladakhi, Hindi

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Hosted by retired army veteran Tsering Stobdan, Basgo Homestay offers seasonal agricultural experiences, exploration of a centuries-old family home, and morning prayers at the ancestral temple. Guests can also enjoy village walks to Basgo Fort and immerse themselves in the local culture.

Enjoy organic local food!
  • Local specialities - Khambir, Momos and Thukpa
  • Farm to Table Organic food (On demand)
  • Dining area with traditional display of kitchenware and ceramics

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The hosts of the Basgo Homestay, believe in sustainability and have been self sufficient for their daily needs. While you stay in Basgo, engage yourself in the farming activity at 12000ft, with the hosts and experience a farm to table meal.

The family takes a lot of pride in their culture and heritage and are dedicated to preserve it for the future generations. Enjoy a cup of tea while you listen to the local folklore of the region.

Explore the unexplored!
  • Basgo Rabtan Lhart Sekhar Fort
  • Ice Climbing Festival
  • Chamba Lhakhang, Cham Chung, Chamba Serzang temples

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Basgo, a historically significant town known for its Buddhist culture, remains notable despite much of it being in ruins. Its well-preserved monastery and the Basgo Khar (Fort), built in 1680 by King Jamyang Namgyal, highlight its past. During Namgyal rule, Basgo was Ladakh’s capital due to its strong defenses Under Mughal pressure, Ladakh was split, with Basgo in Lower Ladakh. King Bhagan reclaimed Basgo from Leh’s ruler, establishing the Namgyal dynasty. From 1555 to 1575, Tashi Namgyal fortified Basgo against the Mughals, ensuring its long-term security. Last but not the least, one can attend the ice climbing festival during the winter months.

What it includes?

Overnight stay at a semi luxury homestay
Curated Local style Breakfast and Dinner

What it excludes?

Any personal expenses
Transportation to village
Additional Meals – Lunch
Extra activities – Village Walk, Visit to the Monastery (Arranged on demand)

Is this Homestay right for you?

Are you choosing this homestay because you need some time away from your urban life? Mountain Homestays has established a unique concept of Carbon Neutral Homestays in the most pristine terrains equipped with all the requisite comforts required for the tourists. The homestays are conceptualized to provide comfortable stay to the tourists keeping the local culture and traditions intact. Choose Mountain Homestays on your next visit to experience the true village life along with contributing to the local economy

Hear from communities

  • Guests like to eat our Ladakhi food. They say it is delicious, even when it is prepared by an elderly ama (mother) like me. I always make sure I serve them the cleanest and healthiest food. My husband is a copper artist. When guests leave us, they say ‘Julley’, and hug us. It makes us feel happy.

    Tsering Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host - Sumda Chun
  • I became a Mountain Homestay Host in 2018, and I have hosted many travellers since then. Running a homestay has helped me and my family a lot. Not only is the solar set up in our house useful for us, but even travellers prefer to stay in our homestay because of it.

    Rigzin Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host - Photolalok
  • The training we got in astronomy turned out to be a life-changing experience for our village. I felt happy and proud while mapping the position of the planets and sharing the secrets of the universe with the tourists. Tourists told me that even they didn’t know so much about the dark skies!

    Tsewang Dorjey
    Astropreneur - Maan
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