Camp is right on the lake !!! One of the most beautiful camp sites in the world . It's probably the closest camp from the pangong lake..you can simply seat infront of the tent and spend the full day looking at the mesmerizing beauty of the pangong tso lake Tents are nice with a private bathroom in each camp. Hot water supply is given in the morning. On request, they kept the generator running for extra time at night. Great views of the lake is a boon but one has to be prepared to overcome windy and chilly challenges from nature. Nights can be freezing At this location and With the limitations in place, I believe its the best a camp can provide. Resource Management at its best
It's probably the closest camp from the pangong lake..you can simply seat infront of the tent and spend the full day looking at the mesmerizing beauty of the pangong tso lake.. Tents are comfortable and proper protection for cold is provided.Food is really good , served in buffet .But multiple options are there.. Only but probably the worst problem was the not avaibility of water in the morning.its a basic aminties so need to be taken care..
The location is great at the edge of Pangong Lake. The property has to depend on far off Durbuk town or even beyond for any kind of supplies including fresh water. Power supply is restricted to three hours a day from 1930 hrs to 2230 hrs. With these limitations in place, they managed to really take care of our needs and wants without any issues. While they do have emergency lamps they provide the same only on request. Great views of the lake is a boon but one has to be prepared to overcome windy and chilly challenges from nature. Nights can be freezing and having the oxygen cylinder handy is advised. Excellent views of both sun set and sun rise add value.
After a month in India and wonderful accommodation everwhere from Delhi to Kashmir, I have to say this was by far the worst place we stayed in. The location close to the lake was the only thing going for it. We had to ask for the bedding to be changed when we got there. The tents and furnishings were tired and dirty and there was only a trickle of cold water from the taps. Having said that I hasten to add that the staff (Behar boys a long way from home) were trying their best but with obviously little or no training. The food was OK but tablecloths like the bedding needed a good wash. Message to owner, wherever you are...this set up is not fair to either guests or inexperienced staff.
Other than the fact that the camp is closer to the lake , all the other facilities are very bad , no hot water, no proper food , service is terrible and their accomodation rules are stupid , they are just in in for the money and are going to get shifted way back from the lake due to their excessive pollution.