Ladakh in last week of April

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Hello everybody.I am planning for a trip to Ladakh in last week of April....

We are planning to visit Nubra,Pangong and Somoriri along with Hemis National Park if possible.

We are planning for a night stay in Pangong and Tsomoriri/Tsokar...

I would like to know whether a Night stay is advisable in Nubra or not.Planning to visit Panamik and Hyundar in Nubra.

Will it be possible to complete the trip within 7 days from Leh...after flying in to Leh.

Awaiting your replies....Thanks
#2 Mar 17th, 2017, 14:46
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Can anybody post some details for Hemis National Park visit
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Originally Posted by prajwal11 View Post Hello everybody.I am planning for a trip to Ladakh in last week of April....

We are planning to visit Nubra,Pangong and Somoriri along with Hemis National Park if possible.

We are planning for a night stay in Pangong and Tsomoriri/Tsokar...

I would like to know whether a Night stay is advisable in Nubra or not.Planning to visit Panamik and Hyundar in Nubra.

Will it be possible to complete the trip within 7 days from Leh...after flying in to Leh.

Awaiting your replies....Thanks
Last week of April may be tough time to cover all these places. Also you need to check whether stay arrangement are established at Pangong. Both Pangong and Moriri (Karzok) will be super chilled during night and chilled during daytime.
In leh you need to acclimatize yourself, so first 2 day you need to spend in Leh. then you can move to Nubra. Stay for a night there. Good accommodation / camps are available. My advise you to drop Panamik, not worthy to visit.
I do not know whether in last week of April along with Shyok river whether you can reach Pangong directly ( In June we are able to reach from Nubra to Pangong).
You can also skip Tso Moriri and spend your time visiting nearby Leh. Regarding Hemis national park I request you to go through details.
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Thanks S P Gupta.

Thinking about skipping Tsomoriri...

What are the places you would recommend around Leh

Thanks again
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Can you recommend some good places to stay in Nubra and Pangong
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Can anybody recommend some good tour operators for day trip to Hemis National Park
#7 Mar 23rd, 2017, 02:51
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Skip Tso Moriri, hike to Stok Kangri Base Camp

Hi,

Yes, it's better to skip Tso Moriri if you don't have enough time. Spending all your time in the car is not fun.

Take your time in Nubra valley and Pangong Tso and you will not regret...

Hemis NP, you can only go there trekking. For example, with the Markha valley trek.
If you just want to do a short hike during one day, maybe you can walk from Stok to the Base Camp of Stok Kangri (or Mankarmo) and come back. Just take a packed lunch with you... I think it can be done:
http://www.ju-lehadventure.com/trekk...ok_kangri.html
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Has anybody done the trek from Spituk or Zingchan to Rumbak village in Hemis National Park
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Originally Posted by prajwal11 View Post Can you recommend some good places to stay in Nubra and Pangong
in Nubra valley we stay at Apple cottage and our stay there was pleasant. Food quality was also good. There are many other options in Nubra valley in all price range.
In Pangong, my only advise is stay in wooden huts rather then tent accommodation.

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