As the night descended we enjoyed our dinner alongside performance of local folk dance and then retired to our tent early with the promise of a view of Pangong Tso next day.
Take 2-3 litres of water per person when travelling. Also keep chocolates and confectionaries with you. Carry medicines for altitude sickness and nausea along with you.
Don’t wait for more than 15-20 minutes on Khardung la top, as the oxygen level is very low.
As Indian Nationals or Tourists, you only need to present your valid Photo ID Nationality Proof at the ITBP/Army check-posts. ID Proofs such as Driving License, Aadhar Card, Indian Passport, PAN Card, etc., will just acts as permit for you.
For Foreign national Travellers in Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir government has relaxed the Protected Area Permit (PAP). The government has allowed the foreigners to visit restricted areas in Leh district of Ladakh. Foreign tourists will now be permitted to visit Nubra Valley in Leh.
Gyantse restaurant in Diskit serves local ‘Balti’ dishes and good chinese food.
There are many home stays available in Hunder village which one can get easily after getting there.