Copper Artisan Homestay

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Overnight stay
2 Hrs drive from Leh

Stay at Copper Artisan’s Homestay in Hemis National Park

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Stay at artisan’s house in the Hemis National Park

Why we love this homestay?
  • Traditional copper art
  • Situated in Hemis National Park
Sumda Chenmo Homestays

Sumda Chenmo is a village of copper artisans. These artists have turned their traditional houses into homestays and host the tourists with the best of their capacity. The village has a mix of Double Bed, Single Beds, and Mattress set up as per the availability of space. The community follows a rotation system to maintain an equal distribution of income among all families.  Each house has a dry toilet that would be right at the backyard of the house.

Homestay features
  • Personal towel, Toiletries, women hygiene product and Sensitization Kit
  • Himalayan Tourism Information Server
  • Traditional toilet - Dry Toilet
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Solar powered Homestay
  • First-aid
Your host - Dorjey
  • Copper artist turned host
  • Expert in local culture
  • Languages spoken - Ladakhi, Hindi

Know more

Dorjey comes from a family of Copper Artists of Ladakh. His ancestors traveled from Nepal to make copper artifacts for the nearby monasteries long back in time. He and many artists like him are continuing this legacy. Dorjey and his family are a wonderful hosts who always talk about their culture and traditions.

Enjoy the local food
  • Authentic local food
  • Traditional dining system
  • Organic fruits and vegetables

Know more

You will get to eat the most genuine version of Thukpa and Momos in the village. If you are not comfortable with the local food, you can always eat Dal, Rice, and vegetables during your stay. We advise you to mention your dietary preferences beforehand so the host can arrange the best possible alternatives.

Places to explore
  • Copper art making - In the village
  • Sumda Chun Monastery - 2 Hrs Trek
  • Hemis National Park Trail - 2 Hrs drive

Know more

The copper artists have their workshops in the village where you can learn about this traditional skill and also make one artifact for yourself. The Sumda Chun Monastery is the last motorable point to get to Sumda Chenmo. You can plan to visit the monastery on the way to reach Sumda Chenmo. The famous trail of Hemis National Park starts from Skiu village which is 2 hrs drive from the last motorable point of Sumda Chenmo.

Price Includes

  • Overnight stay
  • Breakfast
  • Workshop with artisans
  • Village tour
  • Traveler's welcome kit
  • First aid

Price Excludes

  • Transportation to village (Can be arranged on demand)
  • Visa fee and Travel insurance
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
  • Additional meals - Lunch, Dinner

HOW IS YOUR STAY SUSTAINABLE?

Rural destinations

Your travel to the off-beaten destinations creates tourism dispersal in the villages situated in remote regions

Solar Homestays

Staying in solar-powered homestay reduces 31.1 kg CO2 emission for each night of your travel

Stay with locals

Staying with locals create direct income for the communities living in rural areas

Hear from communities

  • I became Mountain Homestay Host in 2018 and have hosted many travelers since then. Running homestay has been very beneficial for me and my family. The solar set up in our house not only is useful for us but even travelers prefer staying in our homestay due to the availability of this facility

    Rigzin Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host - Photolalok
  • The astronomy training turned out to be a life-changing event for my village. I felt happy and proud while explaining the planets and the secrets of the universe to 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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Vennela

Solo Traveller

Absolutely great experience traveling to this beautiful location. The homestay was comfortable and family very hospitable. We spent great time in the village and also learnt to make our own copper handicraft.

September 12, 2019

Urmi

Solo Traveller

Incredible experience. Really an Un-Travelled corner in Himalayas, with clean rooms, great food and a brilliant host. The village is full of surprises. The local artisans make beautiful copper handicraft and showed is artwork that was truly vintage. A memorable stay that you gotta experience if you are going all the way to Ladakh.

August 25, 2019
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