Nice and beautiful tents with tent bathroom, small but all included. It is a different experience and hunder is a nice place as not too cold and not too hot. Parking is inside the property and very safe place. It has nice outside to sit and watch stars on clear sky night. They provided hot water in bucket to bathe. Breakfast has many things, freshly made and many choices. Dinner was also very good and many varieties. The experience we had is very good as staff was very nice.
Never saw a double humped camel in my life earlier. Reaching here is very difficult as the conditions of the road are real bad. Once there the beauty of Hunder makes you forget the journey. Must visit
Stayed there with my friends for one night. Property is at good location but it is clearly visible that nobody is taking care. Owner is not willing to incur enough amount to keep it in good shape. But staff there was very friendly and cooperative. Staff is trying very hard to fulfill the basic needs of tourist with the limited resources available. They served good basic food with warmth. Staff initially denied for hot water supply but later provide the same. There are so many other good options there in Hunder in the same or even less price. My advice is please avoid this place.
After a long and tedious journey from Leh, amidst breathtaking scenery, with barren, rocky mountains of different colours, green valleys and sand dunes, we reached our destination for the day, and for a night's stay at the Double Humped Camp at Hunder in the Nubra Valley of J & K.
The camp offers comfortable tented accommodation, with a large tent with twin beds, clean linen and blankets, warm water to drink and to wash with, and a smaller attached tent with a W.C. and wash basin; meals are also catered for.
A short ride and walk from the Camp are the sand dunes in the desert, surrounded on all sides by the beautiful rocky mountains - a place we found really enchanting, despite the hordes of tourists, who were queuing up for rides on the double humped Bactrian camels, from which the camp gets its name.
The tents are located in the green part of the valley, with chairs laid out outside to enable the visitors to admire the beauty of the place, all around. We had a comfortable night's stay in the tents, and considering the distance from any town that one has to travel to reach this place, the meals provided (dinner and breakfast the next morning) were more than just decent.
One has to experience the hospitality of the local people who take a lot of trouble to cater to the needs of the tourists/visitors, providing them with tea, meals, clean and comfortable resting places with the basic amenities, with a welcome smile on their faces that reflect the warmth in their hearts, and appreciate their efforts to bring joy to tired travellers with their simple ways and their hard-working lives........!
Quite an experience that was - to be cherished in our memories of our wonderful trip to this rugged, hostile yet beautiful terrain, in the northern most state of our country.
Definitely not to be missed!!
My most favorite.part of leh ladakh travel was camp night at hundar, nubra valley..I had made online booking for a night at double humped camp at hundar..it was just 15 minutes drive from cold desert and camel safari, the main tourist attraction.. camps were clean and warm enough for a place like hundar..the caretaker was extremely polite and helpful guy..but they only served veg food,which was not bad at all..just outside the camps a stream is flowing and although it's known as cold desert but this camp had plenty of vegetation..he did organise a campfire for us. Hot water was available..and each tent cost us inr 3500/- which included breakfast..tent can accommodate 3 people easily but for that you have to pay 1000/- more..all in all had a wonderful stay.
Will share the pictures soon