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Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Reviewed 24 September 2016

Stayed 1 night in tent #101. Reached here late afternoon after traveling from Leh via Diskit, Hunder, etc. It was freezing but no hot water was available for us to freshen up. Had to use the freezing cold water to get through the basics. Bathroom facilities could have been a little better. We had to ask for toilet paper. The...

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Greater Noida, India
Reviewed 18 September 2016

The property has tents with small garden/play area in middle. The tents are good/spacious , beds are comfy and washrooms are also nice. Food is good. Tea is great. Staff is attentive. But beware of insects. The tents get electricity from 7Pm to 11Pm. Nights can be lively if you arrange a bon-fire but otherwise its pretty dull. All tents...

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Reviewed 17 August 2016 via mobile

Had stayed there for a day after visiting the Nubra Valley my only regret being we didn't stay longer. The region is beautiful. Coming to the camp site, it's a bit difficult to locate especially in dark tho the maps guide you well. Reached there late in the night and couldn't see much of the surroundings till the next day...

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New Delhi, India
Reviewed 28 March 2016

Staying in a Camp was our third experience but the best so far .The view from the camp makes was feel on the Top of the word...Friendly Staff and Delicious food and clean rooms...I surely recommend Saser CAmp and I am planning to come again to Ladakh "Heaven on earth "

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1Thank rshweta189
Lydenburg, South Africa
Reviewed 21 September 2015

We stayed at Saser Camp for 2 nights while visiting the Nubra Valley in Ladakh. Very nice tented camp. Clean beds and linen and the bathrooms are clean. Flush toilet available. Unfortunately no showers while we were there but the staff provided us with more than enough hot water in buckets to bath with. Staff were very friendly and helpful....

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1Thank DesJacobs
Pune, India
Reviewed 9 July 2015 via mobile

Clean tents, awesome view, good food. I have been here last week and stated for 2 days. If you like star gayzing then this is the place for you. In the night its windy and cold. We enjoyed stay here to the fullest. Got to play badminton, vally ball etc. Had camp fire and dancing on music.. what else remains.

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1Thank Mugdha2412
Mumbai, India
Reviewed 19 June 2015

We stayed in Camp for the first time in our life, but it was good clean and very fine experience we enjoyed a lot ofr some different kind of stay in our tour for leh and ladakh. Good food and good sinerey for the loction and nature with cool breeze. We will like to visit again for the same.

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2Thank hsanas
New Delhi, India
Reviewed 1 March 2015

If you are planning a trip to Nubra Valley, don't miss staying in this amazing place Saser Camp.We had a plan to stay for one night at nubra valley but this camp stretch our stay another 2 nights . We were 15 friends from Delhi . The view from the camp is amazing.... and the food was really good ....

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3Thank Pooj232
Mumbai
Reviewed 16 July 2012

2 couples stayed here for one night during our excursion to Nubra Valley from Leh on our 8-day sojourn to Ladakh. You won't be disappointed if you know what kind of a stay you get in a camp. Very comfortable tents with extremely friendly and homely owners. It's almost like a homestay. The views are superb. Electricity was there only...

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Address: Sumoor Nubra, Leh, India
Region: India > Jammu and Kashmir > Ladakh > Leh
Also Known As:
Saser Camp Leh, Ladakh
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