Hunder, Nubra Valley – Srikanth’s Traveldiaries


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Right after our superb journey and sigh-seeing about in Leh, we began the subsequent day to Hunder in Nubra Valley.

Ahead of I start off with the journey, require to share a brief encounter that we encounteredclose to Nimoo Village exactly where our auto had a tire burst and we had to have a spare tyre fitted in. We attempted exploring all of Ladakh the subsequent morning but had no luck till about 11ish to get the tyre fixed just before we head out on our additional journey.

You might be interested in reading, my prior post on how did i get Leh’D

So coming to this portion of the journey, we lastly began about 11:45 towards our location which was Hunder in the Nubra Valley.

How to get to Hunder

The route we took for this portion of the journey is beneath:

Our Mode: Vehicle

We began and navigating by means of the muddy paths (as the roads had been below building) headed towards Khardungla Pass. There is a checkpost by the neighborhood tourist / taxi agency who would verify if you are driving a other state / city taxi / self drive auto. They concentrate on this aspect to make sure that the Ladakh Taxi Union does not shed out on their earnings.

As you start off heading towards Khardungla Pass, you would be in a position to see Shanti Stupa on to your suitable.

Other Modes: Bus from Leh

There are couple of bus solutions from Leh that you can opt for to attain Diskit in the Nubra Valley area. Bus begins early in the morning and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and on the return begins Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Other Modes: Taxi

You can opt for a Taxi but it turns out to be a pricey affair as the Ladakh Taxi union to cover the Nubra valley would charge anyplace in between Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 (Indian rupees) for a couple of days which also covers Diskit, Hunder, Panamik.

Khardungla Pass: Recognized as the highest motorable road in the globe and is accessible most portion of the year – which is not the case and is at 17,582 ft (ASL)

By E2v – Personal operate, CC BY-SA three.,

Permits for Nubra Valley

Beginning 2017, Indian and Foreign residents would require permits to check out Nubra Valley and surrounding regions. You could get the permits either on the web or from the DC workplace in Leh.

Based on your itinerary, the permits are provided and acceptable stamps supplied.

You could obtain much more info on On-line Permits and Offline at Devil on Wheels who is an specialist in this area.

Remain Alternatives at Hunder, Nubra Valley

Hunder Town has great choices in addition to the Sand-dunes in the area. You could appear at camps providing Swiss Tents which offer you you much better relaxing time immediately after a extended journey from Leh.

Throughout our trip, we stayed at one particular such camp and the encounter was great. the energy is drawn from generators and the lights are commonly off by about 11ish in the evening.

WiFi is mainly offered at most of the camps and is complimentary.

What to Do in Nubra Valley!

Nubra Valley has many attractions and Diskit and Hunder are just a couple of amongst several locations you could check out which we have on our itinerary.

You really should not miss – Hunder Sand-dunes and a camel ride on the Bactrian camel located only right here in India, Diskit Monastery and Maitreya Buddha and the Bagh Milkha Bagh Shooting web site at the sand dunes exactly where there was a practice session shot. You can ride the ATV’s right here.

You could additional discover Panamik, Turtuk, Samstanling Monastery is in Sumlur village which would be worth going to by creating a 3 day trip program to Nubra Valley.

Road Situations: Study Right here on our encounter of driving to Hunder from Leh Right here

Couple of Images from our Trip

Hills close to North Pullu
Maitreyi Bhudha at Diskit
ATV Ride close to the Bagh Milkha Bagh Shoot Web-site
Diskit Gompa
Stunning view as we head to Hunder
Thats us at Diskit Gompa

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