The Nubra Valley is one of the most dramatic and surreal landscapes in the world. Cold desert sand dunes give way to lush orchards on the banks of the Shyok and Nubra rivers. Charming villages and farms are interspersed with herds of grazing goats, sheep or yaks, set against the backdrop of the mountains.
Discover the charms of life in the Nubra Valley with our specialised excursions at Chamba Camp, Diskit. Situated at the confluence where the Shyok and Nubra rivers meet, the Nubra Valley separates Ladakh from the Karakoram mountain range. The valley is accessed either through the Khardung La Pass – the highest motor-able road in the world, or through the Wari La pass – one of the most picturesque parts of the Trans-Himalayan region.
The valley is populated with a series of villages that lie along the banks of the Nubra river. Sumur, KyagarTirith, Panamik and several other hamlets are full of tradition and earthy character, lush with apple and apricot orchards, where Willow and Poplar trees grow.
Chamba Camp, Diskit is nestled in an oasis at an altitude of 3140 m (10299 ft) above sea level.
The camp recreates a vision of safari inspired canvas luxury interspersed with colonial charms of the ‘hunting leaves’ that officers of the erstwhile British Raj enjoyed. The camps are warm, with luxurious interiors and colonial era inspired furniture.
Daytime reveals a geographical paradise like no other. Night falls and the starlit skies whisper lost stories from anera long gone. And through night and day, our diligent camp staff attend to every need you may have – from cooking up a delicious snack, to regaling you with tales of the land.
Our luxury tents have been tastefully designed to offer you a glamping experience like never before. Each tent opens to a private sit out that overlooks scenic mountain vistas. Within, the tents offer a comfortable stay with a plush king sizebed, curated signature camp furniture and all the modern amenities you may need.