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Pristine environment, worth visiting!

We came to know of Zanskar Valley from a friend and decided to see it for ourselves. What we found... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
RAJENDRA884
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Faridabad, India
Chadar- Zanskar river

I went for trekking on zanskar river and trekked till frozen aterfall Naerak waterfall. Zanskar has... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2018
shubha22
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New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We came to know of Zanskar Valley from a friend and decided to see it for ourselves. What we found was indeed a treat for eye and lungs too! Pristine environment, fresh air and a heaven for photographers. Must see whenever you visit Ladakh.

1  Thank RAJENDRA884
Reviewed 2 April 2018

I went for trekking on zanskar river and trekked till frozen aterfall Naerak waterfall. Zanskar has sceneic beauty. its silent and seems non ending frozen path where you are walking. its a difficult terrain because of its temperature which is almost varies from day temperature...More

2  Thank shubha22
Reviewed 11 March 2018

the place is full of natural attraction and the beauty of the place is exceptional as you will like the place to visit in june or july

1  Thank saqlain2
Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

Both my wife and I travelled from Kargil to Zanskar valley in a Scorpio alongwith our driver Vicky last year in July. Even then these 250 km took us 8 hours to traverse. Our aim was to reach Padum in good light, so we started...More

3  Thank Arunverma
Reviewed 15 January 2018

The thrill of being in Leh was just because of tis beautiful place called Zanskar that I along with my fellow trekkers visted last september. The pure and great feel in such an unabashed clean environment was just fantastic. We loved every moment of it

Thank milindnarvekar
Reviewed 5 October 2017

My trip to Ladakh was most wonderful and full of adventurous. You will feel the place is Untouched and free of artificial world. It will completely mesmerized you. Loved It...I visited there in August 2014.

1  Thank SuryaDhakray
Reviewed 19 September 2017

At the outset: I wanted to put a mid-sized review, however this is slightly a long review, and since this was by far the best trek of my life, I owe it to the trekking community to know my experience. For any other queries, please...More

18  Thank mehrarohan010
Reviewed 2 September 2017

this valley by far the best wherever i have visited ... heaven on earth ... remains close almost round the year except 2-3 june to sep .. in winter accessible only through chadar on zanskar river from leh side...

Thank Lalitjulley
Reviewed 17 February 2017 via mobile

We had gone to Chadar trek from 6th Feb through Trek The Himalayas or TTH. We had to return back only the second day due to the Chadar melting. Here are some pointers: It is a very beautiful place, we were very lucky to have...More

8  Thank Sharath B
Reviewed 11 February 2017

The frozen river trek itself is not difficult, but the difficulties of the trip lie in the sub-zero temperatures and possible mismanagement by the organizers. The altitude during the entire trek is around 11,000 ft. HOW TO DEAL WITH SUB-ZERO TEMP's DURING THE TREK: -...More

7  Thank Damanig
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Response from shashindrak | Reviewed this property |
I think Wet N Wild fort road , Leh can solve your problem, I am not interested in Chadar trek but want to see frozen Ladakh & Zanskar river in coming winters at 70 age.1 more person Sonam Chan can help you.
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Rajalakshmi M
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We had gone with the Trek the Himalayas. They were not that professional and they did not have any interest in finishing the trek and they took us half way only. White magic started during the same time and finished the... More
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