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Sun, 29 Jul – Mon, 30 Jul (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
North of Lake, Nubra Valley, Leh Ladaak, Leh , 194101 | Show on Map
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Offering accommodation in Leh, Royal Deluxe Camp provides free internet access to its patrons. The property is roughly 28 km from Pangong Lake and 179 km from Leh Taxi Stand. With its 10 spacious tents to choose from, the property offers a decent stay.
Few of the conveniences available in the tents are bed, wardrobe and attached bathroom with the facility of hot/cold running water. Apart from good accommodation in Leh, the property is inclusive of a restaurant within its premises.
To add more, the property offers room service and medical assistance to its patrons. Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is at a distance of 180 km from Royal Deluxe Camp. Nearby points of interest to drop by include Chushul War Memorial Park (29 km) and Tangtse Gompa (61 km).
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by rupangidave on December 10, 2017
Nice camps. Neat and clean. The food was okay. Electricity and water timing restrictions but easy to manage. We had camp fire late night in the cold weather. The camps had sufficient space inside and the warm blankets provided.
by monideepa d on August 12, 2017
My son and I reached Hunder at around 2.30 pm on the of 7th of July 2017. The Royal Deluxe Camp, where we were to put up was a lovely eco camp offering a congregation of cute tents with attached toilets. The warmly welcoming verandah at the front had two chairs and a round table with a marble table-top. The fabric of the tent was a neat off-white with a pretty paisley pattern and inside the tent was a large, comfortable bed with a tall cabinet on one side. There was a hook and hangers so we could hang our jackets and an electrical point in the toilet where we took turns to charge our handsets. The inevitable musky-mushy odour of the moistness from the mountain stream that emanated inside the tent took some time to settle down to; but a liberal spray of deodorant brought about the cosy familiarity. The toilet was tiny but neat. A large local made steel flask filled with amazing 'masala chai '( flavoured tea) and a platter of assorted vegetable pakoras(fritters) was served to the mother-son duo, which we savoured, seated comfortably on the chairs in the verandah, soaking in the rustic beauty around the camp; the shrubs and bushy trees providing a striking green contrast against the tall, rocky hills just a stone's throw away, stark and bare, coloured in different hues of brown; the gushing mountain stream was soothing to the eyes as well as to the ears. It felt as if we had been transported right into the lap of Nature, far from the madding crowd. At around 4.30 pm we set off in our vehicle towards the sand dunes of Hunder, Nubra Valley. The place was full of tourists from all parts of the country and abroad waiting for their turn to enjoy a ride on the two humped Bactrian camels, unique to this part of India. We took a thirty minute ride into the silvery sand dunes and then enjoyed some tea and biscuits at the cafe nearby. We had a short stopover at the Cultural Centre, where we watched the performances of Ladakhi ladies in traditional attire performing to the rhythm and tunes of folk music. Back in the camp, we had to bring out the jackets and and mufflers because there was a steep drop in the temperature soon after sundown. A nice vegetarian dinner was served and thereafter a bonfire was lit and some music was arranged to pep up the ambience before the guests called it a night. Early next morning, the awesome 'masala chai' was served along with the wake up call and the announcement of availability of hot water in the toilet taps came by soon after. A good breakfast was served, the highlight being the fresh fruit preserves and juices. No wonder that the Nubra Valley is known as the Orchard of Ladakh. We waved our goodbyes shortly later carrying back many fond memories of a comfortable and memorable stay at the Royal Deluxe Camp of the Nubra Valley.
by FOURWOLF on May 20, 2017
The camping site is situated in a garden on popular willows which looks like an oasis in the cold desert. Our team had a really amazing experience at the camp and we are definately looking forward to visit there once again.
by rupangidave on December 9, 2017
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