Welcome to Leh Ladakh DESTINATION INDE

Destination Inde is an independent organization created by a local Ladakhi guide, Mohd juma, who is experienced in arranging tours & treks in Ladakh and is eager to serve the travelers, who are curious and enchanted by the sheer attraction of mighty Himalayas, to know more about Ladakh, the geography, the people and their culture. Destination Inde provides customers with professional guidance, authentic information and an unmatched quality of service. Destination Inde is dedicated in promoting Environmental-friendly tours specializing in organized treks & tours for individuals and groups with its quality travel related services. Being a Ladakhi, his in-depth understanding of its people and customs of the region help us to formulate tours and treks that are positively sensitive to the area and its people. Thus the traveler can return home enriched by the experiences that go beyond those of the ordinary tourist, which is the reward for our services.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

The Chadar Frozen River Trek great fun for adventurers

The Chadar Frozen River Trek is one of the most impressive and dazzling winter expeditions on earth. The best time to visit the area is to travel by air to Leh in the middle of winter season, and undertake a difficult trek by climbing over semi frozen Zanskar River gradients and gorge, to visit the primeval Zanskari culture, which is a conventional mix of Indian and Tibetan cultures. You can also see some unique and rare wild life - snow leopard, ibex and blue sheep that can be found in many frozen areas in the vicinity. The tour is always accompanied and headed by a trained guide - it would be quite imbecilic to go on your own, as the river can be treacherous in certain areas which are not frozen solid, and people can simply disappear into the frozen undergrounds forever if they are not careful. One can experience adventure in its rawest form when one visits the Chadar Trek.
It is one of the toughest and most courageous of all treks in the world. The total distance one has to travel during the trek is around 105 kilometers - each way, which makes it a total of 210 kilometers. Each person undertaking the trek has to cover a distance of 15 to 17 kilometers each day, depending upon the duration of the trek and prevailing weather conditions. The most difficult part is in dealing with the sub zero temperature. It can be as cold as minus 10 degrees Celsius during the daytime, and at night, it can further drop down to minus 20 to 25 degrees Celsius.

The Chadar Frozen River Trek suggests an opportunity to discover the beauty of Mother Nature at her icy best. The whole region is very much inaccessible, even though a few small villages spread the locality. The Zanskar River flows right in the middle of the area, and acts as a life line for the villagers. During the winter months the frozen surface of the river acts as a path for commutation. This is important because all other routes and passes connecting the Ladakh area become inaccessible due to heavy snow falls. It is the only route available for travelling and commutation purposes. Moreover, travelers get a chance to experience the unique Ladakh culture, which is a blend of Indian as well as Tibetan cultures. You get a chance to visit the ancient monasteries which are well known for their traditional rituals and peaceful way of life. For Chadar Frozen River Trek you can visit ladakhdestination for great tour.