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Leh-Manali Highway, Sarchu , 175132 | Show on Map
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Sarchu Camp is a beautiful locale with snow-capped mountains surrounding the complete area. The property in Sarchu is 117 km from Tandi Bus Stop and 32 km from Baralacha La Pass. The property is encircled by greenery and mountains offer an eye-appealing view to the visitors.
This Sarchu property accommodates a total of 10 well-kept tents, which are equipped with required amenities.
Drinking water, comfortable bed, chair, mirror, toiletries, shared bathroom and hot water supply are a few of the conveniences available in the tents. Comprising a bunch of facilities, this campsite in Sarchu provides housekeeping, medical aid, laundry, wake-up calls, and 24-hour room service to its patrons.
There are facilities, including dining area and car parking available on the premises. Guests can visit a few of the tourist spots like Suraj Tal (35 km) and Tsarap River (2 km). Sarchu Camp is also easily accessible from Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (252 km).
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by Siddharthg86 on August 21, 2017
very few tents and a small places where riders need to stay to spend knight and rest and get ready for the next day. A beautiful knight sky with stars all around makes it more mesmerizing. The add on sun-rise is one thing to watch.
by Sarita A on July 3, 2017
Hi, it was most paranoid place. Because it is very low on oxygen. You need to carry oxygen all the time as headache is common due to less oxygen. Old ppl with chronic disease not advisable to stay there. It is 14000ft above see level.
by indiaviajeencoche on June 9, 2017
At Sarchu, overnight stoppage is must, Here, we have our first time experience with high altitude and lack of oxygen. Adventure camp staff help us to overcome the situation. Good tents with fresh cooked food, hot water facility and comfortable beds and quilts. What more one needed at Sarchu. It is very windy conditions when we arrive there.
by Lilo888 on October 8, 2016
Oh my goodness, where do we begin? First of all, Sarchu is almost a mandatory stopping place when you are traveling the legendary Manali-to-Leh border road, a crazy and dramatic journey that typically takes 2-3 days. You need to stop around this elevation (over 14,000') to acclimate before reaching two much higher passes (Tanglang La and Baralacha La) to get to the city of Leh. There are only tent camps here, no hotels, but you do have other choices besides this one. We urge you to check out the other camps. This one nearly killed us with indifference, never mind the freezing cold and windy night we spent, a night that felt would never end. We arrived that afternoon to a ghost town. There was a handful of employees and even fewer visitors. Granted, it was nearly the end of the summer tourist season. They had already taken down nearly a dozen tents. There was no welcome or even paperwork, just a grunt and gesture to tent 1 from an employee who appeared not to want to be there. I had to ask for towels and if we could have lunch which was served to us wordlessly. And then the long dark cold night descended around 6:00 pm, along with the first signs of altitude discomfort. My husband and I dressed in all the clothes, socks and gloves we brought and climbed into our respective cold hard cots. To be fair, there were several fluffy blankets on the cots, but no number of warm blankets were going to protect us from the deep bitter cold swooping down from the Greater Himalaya range and through our way-too-thin canvas tent held together by flimsy fraying rope strings! There was an adjoining sink and flush toilet on the dirt floor of the tent but it was so bitterly cold we barely wanted to give up what warmth our bodies held, if you catch my drift. And if things could get worse, they did. Around 8:00 pm someone starting pounding metal on metal just outside our tent, and it went on for at least two hours. When I mustered all my energy to peek out to see what the heck was going on, I saw several men working underneath a large Mercedes-Benz travel van. We learned the next morning that they were repairing the vehicle's brakes. They were gone before dawn so we guess the pounding worked. I doubt that any camp staff intervened in consideration of the few sleeping guests there were. We left groggily but with great relief the next morning back on the road to Leh and further adventures in Ladakh.
by GSB4681 on September 10, 2016
These tents provide a welcome break on the Leh- Manali Highway drive. They have comfortable beds with warm bedding and an en-suite bathroom. Food is basic but pleasant and the staff are helpful and obliging.
by Razta on August 18, 2016
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