Cha village seen at a distance surrounded by the green farms with a rickety wooden bridge over river Lungnak to cross over to Purne is a homestay option for the first night halt on the trek to the remote and isolated Phuktal or Phugtal monastery or gompa passing through a deep gorge or ravine formed by the Lungnak, a tributary of the Indus river between the brown, golden and barren Greater Himalayan and Zanskar mountain ranges in the offbeat Zanskar valley in Jammu and Kashmir in North India.

INTERESTED IN JOINING SANDEEPA ON A TRIP TO ZANSKAR?

In the summer of 2020, Sandeepa will take a group of 8 women to the remote valley of Zanskar. They will explore this valley that is away from the tourist circuit, stay with the locals, enjoy the local food, visit monasteries, attend a monastery festival and trek to hidden monasteries.

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