The Ultimate Traveling Camp - Chamba Camp, Thiksey
At a Glance
Amazing luxury camp located in Lakakh in Northern India
Totally off the beaten track overlooking Thiksey Monastery
En-suite bathrooms and private sit outs - the ultimate glamping experience
Explore the surrounding area by day including walks through remote villages, monasteries, trekking, rafting and even polo
Wonderful home-cooked food
Visit Ladakh in July 2014 to experience Kalachakra Festival at Choglamsar which is presided over by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.Daniel Smith
Visit Ladakh for the colorful Ladakh Festival between 20-26 September 2015.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Ultimate Travelling Camp - Chamba Camp, Thiksey
The Ultimate Traveling Camp offers the first truly mobile tented luxury camps in India. They provide camps throughout Northern India and are erected when the weather is best. The camps are located in Nagaland, the jungles of Dudhwa National Park, Srinagar and Ladakh. Chamba Camp in Thiksey, Ladakh is open from mid June to the end of September as this part of India is outside of the rain shadow and does not get affected by the monsoon and it is the best time to visit Ladakh.
The concept of the camps is to take you far off the beaten track, yet have a base that offers all the luxury you want. By day, you can explore to your heart's content - visiting areas that see little or no tourism, and by night retreat to your relaxing camp with excellent food and a luxury tent. It is at the cutting edge of experiential luxury travel and is breaking the mould in offering a fabulous insight into the destination you are exploring, without compromising on your creature comforts.
The camp has 14 air-conditioned tents and overlooks Thiksey Monastery. Each tent offers en-suite bathrooms with hot showers, crisp luxury linens and private decks offering views over the Monastery. Exceptional service is offered from your own valet and the excellent food is provided in a main dining tent, as well as private dining in several idyllic settings such as under a willow tree near one of the three water bodies.
There are a range of wonderful experiences to choose from exploring the many Buddhist Monasteries, walking through remote villages to more active options such as polo, rafting, trekking, cycling and archery.
You can of course combine the Thiksey experience with the Ultimate Traveling Camp at Diskit in the remote Nubra Valley of Ladakh to explore this region of the Himalayas more deeply. There are a host of combinations can also be arranged such as adding a beach element in Sri Lanka or the Maldives after your time in Ladakh making it a great summer honeymoon option, or customizing a journey to another corner of India.
The camp has 18 air-conditioned tents and overlooks Thiksey Monastery. Each tent offers en-suite bathrooms with hot showers, crisp luxury linens, safe deposit, laundry service, valet service and private decks offering views over the Monastery.
Luxurious Indian designed tent with white canvas, the canopy has a high apex and chandelier over the four poster bed. These tents are pitched in a semi circle around a garden so have partial monastery views.
Luxurious and sturdy South African designed double tents, in a sand canvas. These tents all forward facing with clear views of Thiksey Monastery, and more privacy. They are peaceful as they are set further back in the grounds away from the road.
Luxurious, larger and sturdy South African designed tent in a sand canvas. These tents all forward facing with clear views of Thiksey Monastery, and more privacy. They are peaceful as they are set further back in the grounds away from the road. There is more space for an additional bed and so perfect for families.
Location & Directions
Thiksey is located about 1-hour from Leh the capital of Ladakh.
When to go
Ladakh is open for tourists only during the summer months (May to September) as it is the only season when the passes open.
The weather of Ladakh remains cold and chilly for most part of the year. Winters (October to May) are very cold, frost bites are common occurrence, making it a very inhospitable climate for visiting. During these months the whole area is covered with snow. Monsoon season experiences rainfall but due to the land slides, the area is closed. The temperature is cool and can go up to 33°C.