Start the day late. There are no plans for the morning. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and walk around the camp site.Feel blessed in the aura of unmatched beauty and serenity, making you unwind and relax. Or, if you are an early riser, set out on our optional bird watching sojourn. Our camp naturalist accompanies you.Spot and identify a variety of birds of the Trans Himalayan region. This afternoon following lunch, proceed on a tour of Leh. The capital town of Ladakh is located approximately 19 kilometres (1 hr) from your camp. The sightseeing tour comprises popular landmarks. Start the tour with the magnificent Leh Palace. It was built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century. the palace has nine storeys', some of which are in ruins. Here you can exploredisplays of beautiful Ladakhi architecture. From the palace continue by foot to the LAMO (Ladakh Arts & Media Organisation) Centre. The short walking tour passes through some enchanting old houses. The LAMO centre is housed in one of the most important heritage houses, theMunshi (Togoche) House.It is situated at the foot of the Leh Palace. Following a tour of the house, attend a short presentation by a Ladakhi scholar on the architectural heritage of the old city. Enjoy a panoramic view from the terrace of the Munshi House as you sip the special Ladakhi tea with light snacks.
The Heritage exploration tour moves to the bazaar. Walk through the bustling bazaar where you can view the traditional handicrafts and handlooms. Buy some souvenirs for your hoe reminding of the old City. The tour concludes at the Shanti Stupa.Perched upon a great location overseeingLeh, it offersspectacular views of the stone strewn landscape. Watch the setting sun, as you relish a hot cup of traditional Ladakhi butter tea. Return to your camp for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay.