Special packages



Matho Nagrang 2013


22th Feb 26th  Feb 2013 

Ladakh the Land of Celebrations!

Cultural trips to Matho Nagrang!



Oracles dances at Matho monastery!

4 Nights 5 Days.




Matho Nagrang is celebrated on the 15th day of the 1st month of Tibetan calendar, at Matho monastery, the only monastery of the Sakya School of Tibetan Buddhism. During these two days of festival mask dances are by monks of the monastery wearing colourful silk brocaded robes and mask in different forms of God and Goddesses. The festival is famous because of appearance of the two oracles during the festival after full month meditation in complete isolation. The two oracles appear in the courtyard accompanying mask dancers and predict future events and people from far and away come to seek advice to perform ritual to tackle with disasters.



Day 1 Arrival and acclimatise.

Full day rest and glimpse of the breath taking view of Leh town from Shanti Stupa.



Day 2 Explore the cultural and heritages sites of Indus valley.

The famous mural painting of Alchi monastery. Confluence of Indus and Zanskar’s river. Megnetic hill.



Day 3 Festival at the Matho monastery.

Drive to Matho visit the ritual dances and on the way back visit the Thiksay monastery and Shey palace.



Day 4 Festival at the Matho monastery and local traditional house visit.

While on our second day trip we will visit local traditional house and



Day 5 Transfer to the air port.

After a light snake you will transfers the air port, for onward destination with a sweet memory from the Himalaya.



Trip Cost

15400 INR per pax.(2 pax in grp)

Cost inclusive Monument entrance fee

A class hotel with centrally heated

All meals (B,L,D)

All transportations.

Local English speaking guide.

Cost not include

To and from Leh-Delhi airfares. 


Elusive Snow leopard

About the trip:
The strikingly beautiful Snow leopard – the big cat of the Himalaya Mountains, is one of the world’s most elusive felines. It has a 12-country home range and in India it is found in higher reaches of the snow-capped Himalayas, above the tree line, in the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. The terrain where it dwells is hostile to humans. It is rarely spotted and hardly photographed. Hence, little is known about it. The species’ actual status and its currently occupied range are poorly mapped. The Snow Leopard is top predator of this region. Though it is not a physical threat to humans, it is still persecuted as it sometimes preys on their livestock.
Our team will lead you the trails of snow leopard and to have an excellent time to spend sometime in the home of snowleopard.
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