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Martsemik Camping Resort

Shop No. 17, Gompas Shopping Complex, Leh Ladakh, Pangong village, Pangong , 194101  |  Show on map




Sat, 25 Feb - Sun, 26 Feb | 1 Room
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    • Martsemik Camping Resort

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A very different experience A very different experience

by Hanan A on October 6, 2016

We stayed here for one night. We reached there by afternoon and was given tea on arrival. The whole place was so cold but they managed to keep the rooms warm. We were given the option of room or tent. We opted for room as tent was really very cold. Dinner was served by 7.30pm. The place doesn't have electricity so they switch on the generator from 6-11 at night. We were given extra blanket as i was unable to cope with the cold climate. Bathroom had very minimal facilities and had salt water running through the taps. I somehow managed to brush my teeth. Breakfast was served so early by 7 in the morning. They kept banging on the door until we were awake and ready for breakfast. It was so annoying. It was hell of an experience we had but we cannot complain as they had given the best they could with the resources available to them.

As Expected and Satisfied with the service As Expected and Satisfied with the service

by Sia_WK_haN on September 29, 2016

We stayed here for 1 night from 23Sep-24Sep. Booked 3 deluxe rooms as we were 6 of us. Nice rooms. It was too cold when we reached there. the staff was offering us rooms in case we feel too cold but as we wanted to experience tent. They gave us 3 blankets in each room and also 1 extra blanket as the night fell too harsh due to cold. Trust me if you are young enough I would advise to brave the cold and stay in tents with extra number of blankets. But if you are old then would suggest to go for rooms and not the tents. They even offered us super deluxe tent for Rs.1000 per tent but as we entered the super deluxe tent there was bad smell from the attached toilets. Hence we went ahead with what we had booked - deluxe tents. The food was delicious and in fact I liked the idea of Guest who have to take their respective plates from the table and then the food is a buffet system and then the guest are even told to put their used plates in the tray. Some Indian guests objected to it but me and our group willingly did it. In fact even the foreigners happily did it. The tea and coffee were good. In the morning you can ask for a half bucket of water for face wash and hand wash but DO NOT TAKE A BATH THERE. The Pangong lake is near by.

Good option for staying at Pangong Lake Good option for staying at Pangong Lake

by AJAIN_India on September 18, 2016

The place is a mixture of tents and rooms. The rooms are small with attach facilities. But beware , Pangong do not offer fresh water in washrooms and no water for bathing. The bedding is ok, but if you arrive from Leh, sleeping would be difficult because of altitude. The property get electricity between 7PM to 11PM and they do not offer charging points be default. You have to ask them to use common area for charging phones/power banks. The tea is not good. Food - they have a huge buffet for dinner and breakfast. The buffet is not comparable to anything we have in cities, but compared to other options in Leh/Laddakh I would rate the buffet 4 out of 5.

Expect the Unexpected Expect the Unexpected

by Abhi S on September 16, 2016

We stayed at MarTseMik Camping Resort when we went to Pangong Lake during our Leh Trip. The camp was booked by our travel partner Goldrop Adventures. This is the first camp that appears when you enter the Pangong Lake area. You really don't need to go any further and you can get good view of the lake from this camp. Here is my detailed review of the camp. Once we reached there, the first thing was to park the car. There is enough parking space available here for around 30 cars so quite an adequate place. Although I am not sure of the safety as its all open road, I would not bother too much because who would come for a theft in a chilling weather. :) On the outside, they've created a stone based structure showing the name as MARTSEMIK CAMPS and this was something that I really liked. When I went close to it, I noticed they've also put LED lights there which would glow in the darkness. Unfortunately, they cannot run it for a longer period because everything runs on Genset and there is no power supply from the Electric Board. Something Piyush Goyal should take a note of. When we entered the Camp, we were quickly allocated 2 tents by the guy there who sat at the reception cum shop. The shop had standard goodies such as water bottles, chips, biscuits, etc. which are available at a hiked price. One shouldn't worry about these inflated prices as it is tricky and difficult to survive there. If someone is selling something, it would always be at a higher price so I recommend that we shouldn't bargain there. The camps were standard swiss tents with attached bathroom and w/c. The only thing I didn't like in the camp was the height. Being a tall man, I had to be in a specific area to stand properly otherwise my head was colliding with the tent roof. All the tents were exactly the same. The guy served hot water in the mornings only for your daily routines. The tent has an in-house restaurant and kitchen. This was the biggest surprise here. To be in a remote area where there is no electricity and chilling weather, these guys had setup the best of the best kitchens. There was a sprawling buffet with lots and lots of options and we thought were were having food in some 3 or 4 star hotels. This was something that we'd never imagined of. Similar was the case when we went there for breakfast. I wonder how they managed it. Overall, I really liked this place a lot and would definitely want to stay here itself when I come to Pangong the next time.

Lovely camp stay ! Lovely camp stay !

by chinmay n on September 15, 2016

MarTsemik camp is just at the start of the lovely pangong lake. It is a large camp with multiple tents for various budgets. There were also a few pukka houses , but frankly the space in the houses looked cluttered, so we preferred the tents. We needed a wheelchair accesible accomodation and the staff did everything possible to help us on that front. The restaurant aso has a ramp which is useful for navigating the wheelchair. The restaurant tent is what lft me seriously impressed! Large canopy which is very cosy during the chilly pangong evenings. It had a satellite television and nice Red lamps giving a very good ambiance. The food on offer ( buffet) was Indian and pretty satisfactory. The location of this camp is very close to the lake which is an advantage. If you are an early riser, then you can sit at the edge of the camp and watch the sunrise from behind the himalayas! This is one sight you should not miss at Pnagong. PS - Living in tents sounds eciting for sure. But be careful while you sleep at night.As the tent will be totally zipped up to protect you from the cold,there are chances that you might feel a bit breathless due to suffocation. My suggestion - keep a small window open for the air to come inside. And ask for extra blankets! :-)

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Demo Trip If it is too cold you can opt for a room and not the tent

by Sia_WK_haN on September 29, 2016

Demo Trip Depends on weather, but if you reach here when it is getting cold, Make sure to get a room and not a tent.

by AJAIN_India on September 18, 2016

Demo Trip Choose the rooms in front of lake.

by sanchari25 on July 30, 2016

Demo Trip Go for the luxury tents they do have concrete rooms available but will recommend to go for the Tents.

by kish_king on April 7, 2016

Demo Trip Facing the lake

by nicole j on November 1, 2015


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