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Thu, 27 Sep – Fri, 28 Sep (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Below Korzok Monestry, Tsomoriri Lake, Korzok village, Leh , 194101 | Show on Map
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Nomadic Life Camp and Nomadic Resort offers 24-hour front desk facility. This property is located at a distance of 0.2 km from the Bus Stand.This resort in Leh are well-equipped with several conveniences like toiletries, wake-up call facility and attached bathroom with supply of hot and cold water.This accommodation in Leh has a restaurant within its premises.
Arrangements for safari are also made. There is a backup generator in case of a power cut. Guests can avail of medical aid during their stay here.Nomadic Life Camp and Nomadic Resort is located at a distance of 150 km from Leh Railway Station.
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by Sunny_Pahuja on September 9, 2018
We visited here in September. Nomadic have 2 properties in the same locality. We stayed in Nomadic tents which has very good location and good view of the lake. Camp staff was very good. They also have one cafe where you can order food from the menu which was good. Dinner and Breakfast was quite basic but that is what you get in such a remote location . They have double bed in the tent with double blankets. We asked for additional blanket and they easily provided us due to low occupancy. They provide half a bucket of hot water in the morning. While booking we need to make sure that written confirmation either SMS or email should be there as it seems like booking staff does not inform staff at the ground. Overall it was a good experience.
by Sat_samp on September 8, 2018
This place is within viewing distance of the Tsomoriri Lake. It is important to know though that there is hardly any hotel accommodation that is in walking distance of the lake (unlike some such accommodation in the case of Pangong lake). It seems like this management has 2 properties - one which is permanent structure called Nomadic Life Resort, and the other with tent accommodation called Nomadic Life Camp. We stayed in the latter and in early Sep which was towards end of the season. Only 3 tents (out of about 15) were occupied. The tents are fairly basic but adequate - I am not sure one can expect much more in these cold conditions. The tent had a double bed (and an additional cot) with two layers of quilts. We asked for and were easily provided additional bed spreads (likely because of the low occupancy). There is very sparse furniture to keep one's luggage, but given we were two in the room, the additional cot was used for this purpose. Its best to carry warm clothing (gloves, ear muffins helpful) rather than only relying on the hotel provided bedspreads. There is an attached bath/toilet - this is private, in a separate section of the tent, with a western toilet, a wash basin and a separate bath area. Hot water was, however, provided only in a bucket for one hour in the morning. (Timing is 7 AM, but the staff were willing to provide earlier). For some strange reason, the water faucet (cold water) was turned off during the night, so best advised to turn in to bed for the night and not use the toilet (tough luck if you have emergencies!!). Electricity in the tent was provided between 7 and 11 in the evening. There is a light bulb provided as also an extension cord that can allow to charge mobiles or camera batteries. There is no electricity for the rest of the day (other than these 4 hours) Note that the only cellphone service here is BSNL which is also patchy. There is no wifi available. Food is also basic but of decent quality, particularly considering the harsh conditions. While the dining tent seemed to have enough space and cutlery for a buffet, we were given a "set meal" at the table due to the low occupancy. Dinner was North Indian fare but more than sufficient in variety and quantity. Breakfast was simple too but again, prepared in sufficient quantity for us. There is a narrow mountain stream that goes right in front of the tents which makes for a nice setting. The minimal staff are very helpful and definitely make every effort to service requests. On a cursory look at this tiny hamlet that hosts those who come and stay at the lake, I would think this is one of the better properties to stay in despite the average facilities. Be prepared, but if you want to enjoy the lake (and it is definitely worth a visit), then you need to be accommodative of the facilities offered here.
by ADTravelerUae on August 17, 2018
We stayed here for one night. Though we had earlier contacted the property over phone /whatsapp and confirmed a availability of a family room including the price for it(without any advance payment). But, when we reached in the evening, were told that there is no room available. After some time we were offered a substandard room with no lightin the toilet, almost no running water (hot or cold) available in the room, the room was smelling and was in bad state. We had no option other than to take it. But i appreciate the efforts of some young staffs who tried to meet the ends with no limited resources. Food was so so, considering the remoteness of the place. Next morning while checking out we were offfered a minimal discount. But by that time when we could manage to peep into the similar adjacent rooms we understood that were ripped off and virtually we were offered a non functional room which is not even worth half the price we paid (if i remember it was room no 305on the higher level building). Hence, one should be very much cautious while taking up the room or else will face the same what we faced.
by Mayur S on June 30, 2018
A basic tented camp located about 1km from the lakeshore with a good view of the mountains. The tent had 2 beds with an attached toilet. The insulation of the tent seemed insufficient. The cleanliness of bed linen left much to be desired and the multiple blankets were difficult to manage. Hot water was provided in the bucket at specific timing. Electric power from a diesel generator was available from 7pm to 11pm. Vegetarian food is served in a built-up room and non-vegetarian meals are served in a tented dining room. The dinner was well prepared and served hot but breakfast was very basic. The manager seemed confused about the booking and the staff seemed disinterested most of the time.
by Allwyn D on February 5, 2018
Tsomoriri Lake is at one extreme end of the Leh-Ladakh Range, the road also seems never ending at times. There are very few options for stay at Tsomoriri, it has a small hamlet of residents who stay in extreme conditions through out the year there. The accommodation is basic tent with attached bathroom, the water , climate and everything else is icy cold, hence getting up to go to the loo in the middle of the night is a bad idea. You need to come prepared with warm clothes if you want to enjoy the breeze weather at Tsomoriri, the Camp provides for the basic needs, overall the beauty is in the location and stay at the camp. Not to expect any luxury around this place, but enjoy the moment and life that it offers.
by Sat_samp on September 8, 2018
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