Snow Leopard Expedition - Ladakh

Premium Snow Leopard Experience at Lungmar



Beginner to Intermediate

Difficulty Level

8 days


3,500 m

Highest Altitude


Group Size


Price (excl GST)



To brave the biting cold of the Ladakhi winter to catch a glimpse of this elusive feline is absolutely worthwhile

Embark on an exhilarating snow leopard photography expedition in Ladakh, a rugged region in the Indian Himalayas renowned for its elusive feline residents. Led by expert guides, traverse through breathtaking landscapes of snow-capped peaks and pristine valleys, immersing yourself in the serenity of this remote wilderness. As you patiently await sightings of the majestic snow leopards, capture stunning moments with your camera, documenting their graceful movements against the backdrop of the stark terrain. This immersive journey offers not only unparalleled opportunities for wildlife photography but also a profound connection to nature in one of the world's most awe-inspiring environments.

Please Note: Pack your warmest clothes for this winter ladakh wildlife experience

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What’s Included

2 nights accommodation at Grand Dragon in Leh

5 nights accomodation at Lungmar Remote camp in Kurkhang Tents

All transfers

1 porter per person in Hemis National Park

Vehicle for transportation to leopard spotting zone

All meals from lunch on day 1 till breakfast on day 8

All snacks and beverages at Lungmar Remote Camp

Swarovski optics for wildlife viewing

Wildlife spotting field guide and spotters

What’s Not Included

Single Room suppliment in Kurkhang tents - additonal INR 2,80,000 extra per person

Upgrade to Predator Suite on Twin Sharing - additional INR 1,75,000 per person

Total trip price on Single Occupancy in Predator Suite at Lungmar Remote camp (INR 8,49,000 per person)

Tips and Gratuities

Flight tickets in and out of Leh

Anything not mentioned in the inclusions



Is this for me?

This expedition is for anyone wanting to see the hidden treasures of the Indian Himalayas at their coldest. It does not require you to have the fitness levels of an athlete or that required for some other Himalayan treks. For photography enthusiasts, it truly is a dream come true as wildlife and culture come together in one journey.