FAQ

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

1) How To Reach Leh – Ladakh?
There are daily flights from Delhi to Leh; these flights are operated by Indian airlines, Jet airways, Deccan Airways. Another option is coming by road from Srinagar and Manali both of these takes two days with one night stop on the way. These roads are open mostly from the end of May to October.
2) Which Air services Are available for LEH – Ladakh?
Indian Airlines
Jet Airways
Go Air
Jet Connect
3) How long does it take to get acclimatize?
Most people go to a height of 3500mts abruptly naturally feels a difference. Time taken for acclimatization varies from person to person; usually you have to take complete rest for the 1st day even if you are feeling fine. Avoid alcohol at least for first three days, and drink water as much as you can.
4) What about travel insurance?
You must take out adequate insurance in the unlikely event if you become sick or injured and a medical evacuation is required. And evidence of insurance must be shown to us before departure and you have to provide us the photocopy of the same.
5) Why are some treks more expensive than others?
If we have to organize a trek near Leh it’s less expensive for transportation, and same is for the horses as we have to send them to the starting point, even after finishing the trek we have to pay for the horses for reaching Leh. That’s why there are different rates for different trek routes.
6) What kind of Food is provided to our trekkers during the Trek?
We offer sumptuous and hygienic cuisine with a choice of Ladakhi and Tibetan Food, Indian, Chinese or continental. We will make you feel like home.
7) What about drinking water during the trek?
During the trek the cook will supply boiled water.
8) What you should need during trekking? (Imp)

> Mountain Trekking Shoes
> Stream Crossing Sandal Shoes
> Personal Water Bottle For All Participants
> Insulating layer(s) – Fleece Jacket, Wool Sweater
> Wind/Rain Proof  Jacket
> Gloves
> Walking Stick (Pair)
> Sunscreen lotion
> Lip Guard
> Sunglasses
> Water Purification – Pills, Drops, Filter etc.
> Personal Trail Medications
> Emergency First Aid Kit Including Blister & Bandages
> An Alcohol Based Gel To Sanitize Your Hands
> Trail Food Such as Nuts and Candies / Choclates
> Long Sleeve Hiking Shirt
> Long Quick Dry Hiking Pants
> Hat (sun), With retention Strap Against Wind
> Extra Pair Of Hiking Socks
> Light Emergency Torch.
> Sleeping Bags
> Binoculars & Cameras
> Some Indian Currency For Emergency Use While On Trek