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Chamba Camp, Thiksey
- A unique camp with canvas luxury
- The first truly mobile camps in India located in exceptional areas
- Be a part of the Royal sport of Polo
Facilities includeAir Con / Heating WIFI at reception Air Con / Heating Private butler service In-house restaurant Lounge
- Picnic lunches
- Heritage walks
- Cultural excursions
- Watch a game of polo
Seasons in India
About Chamba Camp, Thiksey
At Chamba Camp, Thiksey, you can experience culture on the roof of the world, with India's first truly mobile camp. Relive the Glamping legacy of the British Raj in the camp's luxurious tents, each with a private terrace, ensuite bathroom and shower cubicle. At Chamba Camp, you can experience the many moods of exotic India with its dramatic landscapes, rustic and unexplored rural surroundings.
While all tents are not the same shape, each tent is spacious, comprising of a bedroom, bathroom and verandah area. The premium Presidential Suite Tents in the Thiksey Camp, (Leh region) in Ladakh, have an extra wing which can accommodate up to 2 extra beds, alternatively a bed and seating area or a complete lounge setting. All tents have large windows to allow our guest to enjoy their beautiful surroundings. Air-conditioning and heating are also provided depending on the location and requirement.
This camp is strategically located on the upper Indus Valley on the main Leh-Manali highway, in the shadows of the famed Thiksey Monastery.
How to get there
The city of Leh is best connected to Delhi in North India by air. Daily flights operate Delhi-Leh-Delhi. During high season i.e June to August, limited flights operate from Srinagar and Jammu. Access to Leh from South, East and West India is through Delhi.
Kushok Bakula Rimpochhe Airport IXL is one of the highest civilian airports in the world and is connected to Delhi , Jammu and Srinagar with daily service of Jet Airways, Go Air and Air India.
When to go
This Camp is open from the 15th May to the 10th October.
A visa is needed to enter India. Contact the Indian embassy in your country about visa process, needed documents, visa validity, visa extensions, etc.
Keep your passport always with you. it is the most basic travel document. In Ladakh, you will need it for the exchange of foreign currencies at banks or exchange bureaus, show it at hotels, when you purchase tickets, etc.
Make sure that you have adequate health insurance.
Make sure you only consume water provided by Camp Chamba or you could buy purified mineral water botteles in the shops around.
Contact your personal doctor to get information of needed vaccinations for India and/or ladakh. It is recommended that you seek medical advice few weeks before your departure!
The dress code will vary slightly based upon the location of the camp. For Ladakh, during the day, in June, August and September, guests will require full-sleeve cotton or denim shirts / blouses, carry a light jumper / fleece shawl for the evening and comfortable walking shoes. Layers work well as it helps you adjust to the fluctuating temperatures in the sun and shades of Ladakh.
Travelling with children
There is no minimum age for children, but would be more suitable for children 7 years plus.
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