Introducing TUTC, 'The Ultimate Travelling Camp'
The Ultimate Travelling Camp brings you the perfect combination of a nomadic lifestyle with all the accoutrements of a super-luxury stay. The tents are pitched in the most beautiful spots, in the most stunning countryside, with every luxury imaginable.
Experience the handpicked destinations and the most perfect locations across the country, timed perfectly to coincide with events and festivals of each region, to allow you to experience the very best in glamorous camping.
Exquisite, personal and unprecedented luxury is the cornerstone of Glamping at Chamba Camp, Thiksey. Perched near the foot of the Thiksey Monastery, Chamba Camp shines like a beckoning Shangri-La, an oasis of refined sophistication in the desolate beauty of Ladakh. Chamba Camp, Diskit presents Hunder village, Turtuk, and Sumur - the alluring barren vistas saturated with hues of white, green and brown. Witness the amalgamation of ancient cultures, stories of Buddhist monks and monasteries eternal through the sands of Time, spectacular terrains of molten fold mountains strewn with cobalt blue lakes, all at the Chamba Camp, Diskit - a step away from Paradise.
Cradled by jagged mountains on the road north from the Leh Valley, meet two ancient rivers - the Nubra and the Shyok. They form the enchanting Nubra Valley - an oasis of legendary merchants, mercenaries and monks who crossed these high-altitude trans-Himalayan sand dunes in search of gold, glory and God. Continuing the expedition through dramatic landscapes of enormous glaciated peaks and arid pathways, reach the tranquil yet thriving village of Diskit. Untouched by the mainstream, the village has preserved its sanctity beautifully, despite being the commercial hub of Nubra.
The picturesque state of Nagaland is bound by Assam in the west; Myanmar in the east; Arunachal Pradesh in the north and Manipur in the south, forming a part of what are known as the Seven Sisters, the seven states of north-east India, full of rolling hills and verdant rain forests. The Naga people, made up of 16 proud tribes, were once fearsome warriors and head hunters, who have retained much of their traditional and cultural heritage, visible in their elaborate costumes and ritual headdresses which incorporate tiger tusks, bear skins, hornbill feathers and other symbolic accoutrements.
Begin with a tour of Billy Arjan Singh's conservation initiatives at Tiger Haven; track the one-horned rhino from the back of an elephant in Dudhwa National Park. Explore the swamps of Katarniaghat Sanctuary, spotting the Indian crocodile and marvel at the nearly extinct 12-horned deer, the barasingha. The Jaagir experience continues with fascinating and stimulating activities in and around the lodge. Among the unmissable are walks along the many nature trails, which can be customized and combined with birding along the River Suheli and natural lakes and streams. For those looking for more human experiences, Jaagir Lodge offers special visits to the villages of the famous Tharu Tribe, with deep insights into their ancient traditions, customs and artistic skills. The Jaagir Lodge is the perfect place for an in-depth and vastly life-enhancing holiday.