Ladakh’s New Mountain Homestay With Rooftop Bar Overlooks Indus River

by Shreya Ghosh
Ladakh’s New Mountain Homestay With Rooftop Bar Overlooks Indus River

Leh and Ladakh are the destinations for peace, tranquility, and serenity. With the passing of time, the number of travellers is increasing rapidly to these destinations. In between everything, finding solitude is the key aspect of the trip but it sometimes seems hard with the crowd of visitors. To enjoy nature at its best in complete peace, book your stay at ‘Shel Photang Towaling Camp’. This mountain homestay will provide you with all that you crave with the most stunning ambience overlooking the Indus river.

Shel Hosts Only One Booking At Once

Nestled away from the bustling crowd, Shel is standing tall just at the right position with close proximity to everything. Surrounded by majestic mountains and greenery, just sitting here and staring at the surroundings will rejuvenate you. Set on almost 15,000 sq fr area, this 3-room mountain homestay only allows one booking at once to treat the guests with the best and let them feel the best of solitude and peace.

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This Mountain Homestay Follows Sustainability

Before this homestay was built, the place had a house. The house was set up using wood and mud bricks. The owners followed the process of sustainability while building the stay later and they used a lot of materials from the past house. They use solar energy for the water supply. In fact, they faced the stay in the south to have the most warmth and comfort. With earthy tones and wooden furniture, the hotel looks minimal and stunning.

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The Hotel Has The Most Stunning Backdrop

The windows of the 3 rooms come with the most picturesque views of the flowing Indus River, the Himalayas, chinar trees, monasteries after monasteries, and so much more to stare at. It is located at such a location, 15 km away from the city centre, that most of the places are close to exploring. You can take a walk and reach near the Indus River and the Shey marshes. Watch out for various migratory birds if you are travelling here during the summer months. Just beside the river, you can even arrange a picnic and enjoy a lovely time with your loved ones. Walking for about half an hour from here will lead you to many places to travel to.