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Tue, 27 Mar – Wed, 28 Mar (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Opposite Shiv Mandir, Sarchu, Leh , 175132 | Show on Map
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Dorje Camp is roughly 107 km from Keylong Bus Station and 0.2 km from Tsarap River. The property is a budget accommodation having a front desk that offers 24-hour assistance to its patrons.
With its 25 well-maintained and Swiss cottage tents to choose from, the property in Leh offers a decent stay.
Available conveniences include bed, warm quilts, blankets, chair and attached bathroom with the facility of hot/cold running water. Apart from good accommodation in Leh, the property has a dining hall that provides buffet service to its patrons.
Guests are also offered backup generator and oxygen cylinder during their stay. Dorje Camp is close to tourist spots like Baralacha La Pass (23 km) and Suraj Tal (26 km). The property is accessible from the Kullu Manali Airport, which is 273 km away.
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by Gaurav K on November 26, 2017
We stayed at Dorje camps on our way back to Manali from Leh... this one is almost at the end when one travels from Leh to Manali...the place was badly lit and we took some time to find the location... thats the only negative about it... The camp was basic but provided a clean bed, a decent blanket and a working washroom...they even had a generator running for 2 hrs to charge cell phones (though the charging points were at dining area)... the food was tasty though basic... Washroom had chilled water running from overhead tank, and needless to say...skip bathing... It was a starry night but in order to take a click one needs to stand outside in chilly blowing wind, which is should be avoided... we spent time playing cards by lighting cell torch and placing it vertically in high trekking shoes lighting the roof... those were golden memories created... loved every moment spent there at Sarchu... We read that there is scarcity of oxygen and one may be gasping for breath but as we were coming from Leh (khardungla / Tso moriri), we didnt face any acclimatization issues...
by 24x7TravellingBoy on October 4, 2017
On the way from Manali to leh after travelling in the chilled whether, this camp is at the entry of Sarchu this is camp of few tents. Very good place but there is no signal. The tents are warm but the water is very chilled, preferred to use wet tissues in this place. Each tent is provided with 2 blankets per bed, they completely make you warm. Food is good but not much variety exists. Hospitality is good. Breakfast is fine. Will prefer if went on this route again.
by Vijay G on August 21, 2017
We stayed in Dorje camps on our return trip from Leh,It is the first camp on your right when you are coming from Manali side.. We reached there in evening around 5.30,The winds are harsh and cold at Sarchu because of its geographical placement,They have around 25-30 camps which are basic but cozy enough to save you from Harsh winds of Sarchu. The tented Dining room is small for the such a big camping accomodation,Food is basic and fine enough to satisfy your hunger.
by SahilChrungu on August 8, 2017
These camps are quite basic is every aspect that a Traveler looks at, be it Service, food & lodging. They can help you out with extra bedding in terms of single Diwans but they are not that comfortable, washrooms are similar to government facilities.
by Streetbob79 on March 1, 2017
We stayed at Dorje camps for two nights on a recent trip to Leh. I have to say that after visiting the place that there are better tent facilities available albeit a little more expensive. For those on a budget though, this place should suffice.The tents and linen were clean, food was good all things considered and the staff was helpful. When we visited there was no running water which was a problem. Food is served in the main tent around 8 and after dinner the generator is switched off which means no electricity till morning. If one is travelling with family it would be better to select a better tent facility in my opinion.
by ARJUN V on October 6, 2016
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