BHAGA ECO CAMP

Camp site at Jispa, Lahaul Spiti

  • Bhaga Eco Camp
  • Bhaga Eco Camp
  • Bhaga Eco Camp
  • Bhaga Eco Camp

Campsite in Maniring-Mo (Jispa), Lahaul Spiti

Our tents made of canvas, provides you an exciting camping experience. These tents are ready and set up, just waiting for you! Tent are placed on the bank of Bhaga river. When you sleep at night, and all you hear is the Bhaga river. The tents have clean beds and blankets inside as well as lamps and other furniture. Outside the tent, you get open area for bonfire, stargazing and night sky watching along with ample parking space for your vehicles. You also get washrooms with clean european toilet and plumbing inside.

The riverside and Himalayan mountain backdrop of Bhaga Eco Camp is sure to leave anyone breathless. A unique holiday in the camps established in the lap of Jispa brings an option for amazing treks, nature walking, bird watching and many more. Camping idea can be the best idea for spending your holidays in a different way. Vibrant hills with fresh air and turbulent river and the scenic beauty will charm you at every step of camping tours in Himalayas.


Why you should choose us


Jispa is a village and located 20 km north of Keylong and 7 km south of Darcha along the Manali-Leh Highway and the Bhaga River. The riverside and Himalayan mountain backdrop of Jispa is sure to leave anyone breathless. Jispa is visited as a part of Adventure Himachal Itinerary or as a part of the legendary Manali-Leh high altitude route.

Bhaga River, as it is most fondly called in Himachal Pradesh, is an inseparable part of Chenab River. Chenab is formed by two quintessential rivers namely Bhaga and Chandra. Bhaga River originates from the third highest lake in India and 21st highest in the world--Suraj Tal. This lake lies below the Bara- lacha- paas at a height of 4, 890m in the land of cold deserts Lahaul & Spiti. Originating from Suraj Tal, the river streams down to merge into waters of Chandra River at Tandi in Himachal Pradesh. Bhaga River runs a course of about 65 km in length and average fall is about 28 m per km. The river flows through barren and deserted areas of Darcha Village. Know more



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Water is quite polluted throughout Ladakh. So, one should carry bottled drinking water or water-purification pills during your tour.