A unique chance to combine dramatic scenery and mesmerising wildlife, this remarkable Lodge offers you an exclusive opportunity to track the endangered snow leopard, the areas most guarded resident. This extraordinary experience is enhanced only by the grandeur of its setting.
Intimate two-bedroom guest lodge
Personal guide and tracking expert
Activities include wildlife tracking, hiking, historical, and cultural visits
Communal dining and lounge area in an authentic setting
Perched at the head of the Ulley Valley, Snow Leopard Lodge provides you with the rare and privileged opportunity to track this elusive creature. Situated at a breathtaking 13,000 feet, the lodge commands extensive views over the jagged snow-capped peaks. With your private guides local expertise’s providing you with bespoke explorations, safely navigating this remote landscape where few others venture. Return to the intimate homestay decorated with traditional technicoloured fabrics and ornaments, experience living with an authentic Ladakhi family sharing the large kitchen at the heart of their home. This low stone-built building is nestled amongst the towering mountains, offering you cosy warmth and the simple comforts craved at the end of a day’s excursion in the rugged landscape.
Discover the traditions and culture of the local Buddhist communities and visit monasteries, formerly visited by the Dalai Lama, that hug the stark hillsides. The vast barren landscape of the trans Himalaya is home to many remarkable species. From herds of wild ass, antelope and yak to brown bears, wolves and Himalayan foxes. Your hilltop vantage point giving you views of shore-footed ibex and Urial scrambling high on the sheer rocky outcrops, whilst bearded and Himalayan griffon vultures and golden eagles’ sore amongst the rugged ridgelines. Snow Leopard Lodge offers you a truly unique experience and an unpretentious way of life.
On going conservation project working with the Snow Leopard Conservancy
Sustainably managed to use tourism as a conservatio tool by putting revenue directly into the local community
Preservation of the engaged snow leopard and their ecosystem
Why we love it
With fewer then 4000 Snow Leopards remaining in the wild this is a truly unique chance to contribute to a continuing conservation project. This secluded landscape of the Ladakh region, translating to ‘the land of high peaks’, was the sight of the Sir David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II, in which his crew managed to record the first ever footage of snow leopards mating in the wild.
Planning your experience
Contact our travel designers to book your encounter at Snow Leopard Lodge.
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