Accommodation in Ladakh and along the routes to Ladakh

Barui

New Member
I will be in Ladakh towards the end of September, I will try and find accommodation status at Pangong Tso for October. Rest of the places like Gaurav said, would be easy to get, due to off season, provided they are still open.
@Yogesh Sarkar ji.. Hope you have come back from your recent ladakh trip. Can you give some status update on accommodation at pangong during this time (Mid October)? Whether tents/ guest houses are open and whats the tariff ???
 

Yogesh Sarkar

Administrator
Most places will close by 10th. Home stays would be open and so would that government resort, which is run by a private individual. Expect to pay around 2-2.5k or more for attached bathroom accommodation at Pangong.
 

ekapil

New Member
Why people prefer sarchu over pang.

In 2008, June 22nd we started from Keylong in the late morning and reached Sarchu by 1 or 2 pm. There were no swiss tent at that time. Had Lunch at a dhabha tent and asked for the probability of stay there.

He told us that there is a Nalha just before pang which is impossible to cross after noon (we were in 7 yrs old Indica) and we have no option but to stay there with him but we took a chance and reached safely at pang well before sunset.

Now if you stay in Pang, you can reach Leh well on time as compared to sarchu and relax better there and if you are starting from Keylong you will be in Sarchu in afternoon and can reach pang well in time before sunset.

There will be absolute no need to wake up in wee hours and rush. specially for someone, like me, who is in pure relaxing mood.

Altitude between two places is nothing to choose. both as equally hostile.

We had to stay in a dhabha tent for Rs. 50 pp but the lady tent owner was so co operative that she took one of our friend to the nearby army hospital braving the chill at 2 am who was drinking non stop.

Will the so called luxury tent owners be so co operative to the first timers (and others too) that they would accompany them to the nearest medical post in odd hours.

Any idea, do they have some kind of so called luxury tents in Pang?
Excellent note to clarify doubts for folks like me who are in a dilemma of 1N / 2N between Manali-Leh. Thanks a ton!!
 

jitenderpathania

Globetrekker
Finding good accommodation en route to and in Ladakh can be a daunting task due to myriad of options available. Here are the reviews of few of the hotels/guest houses in and around Ladakh, where fellow BCMTians have stayed in.

Accommodation on Manali - Leh highway

Triveni Hotel & Resturant, Sissu

Hotel Chandra Bhaga, Keylong, Lahaul District, Himachal (HPTDC)

[HP] Hotel Valley View Keylong


Sarchu Tented Camps, Manali-Leh route, Himachal

Affordable Tented accomodation now in Jispa

Tents in Jispa

Accommodation on Srinagar - Leh highway

Hotel Divine Inn, Sonmarg

Caravan, Kargil

Hotels in Kargil, Srinagar & Jammu

J&K Tourism Tourist Bungalow, Kargil, near Hospital

Niranjana Guest house - lamayuru

Palladium Guest House in Srinagar

Accommodation in Leh

Hotel Ri Rab, Changspa, Leh

Hotel Kidar at Leh: formerly Kidar Guest House : Tukcha area

Panorama Hotel - Leh city , Changspa road

Horzey Hotel, Leh

Sia La Guest house

Hotel Singee Palace, Leh

Guest Houses in Leh

Palace View GH - Leh

Shanti Guest House - Leh

Royal Heritage Resort, Leh

Accommodation in Nubra Valley

Habib Guest House : Hunder : Nubra desert : Ladakh

Olgok Guest House Nubra Valley

A O Camping Gardens - Sumur, Nubra, Ladakh

Tirith Camp, Nubra

Accommodation at Turtuk, Ladakh

Accommodation around Pangong Tso

Marsimek Camps, Pangong Tso

Eco huts, Pangong Tso (Lukung), Ladakh

Name of the hotel at Spangmik (Pangong Tso)

Dothguling Guest house – Tangtse

Changla Guest House Tangtse : 30km from Pangong Tso

Yakmik Changla Guest House, Tangste

Accommodation in Chumathang

Hot Spring Resort, Chumathang

Accommodation near Tso Moriri (Korzok)

Tso Moriri Resort, Korzok

Accommodation in Hanle

Sonam's Guest House, Hanle

Accommodation in Suru and Zanskar Valleys

JK Tourism Bungalow, Rangdum (Suru Valley)

J&K Tourist Bungalow, Padum (Zanskar Valley)

In case you have been to Ladakh, please do share your review of the hotel/guest houses in and around Ladakh, with fellow BCMTians, reviews can be posted in Hotels and Guest Houses in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and Hotels and Guest Houses in Himachal Pradesh
Yogesh Ji,

Do you have any updated list

Regards,
 

Sbhu07

Member
Can anyone please suggest accommodations along zanskar route(Kargil-Padum)
PS: Travelling with a kid so looking for decent accommodations.

Thanks!!
 
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