Mulbekh (3230 mts) situated on Srinagar- Leh national highway, 35 km from Kargil towards Leh is widely known for its 9 metre long Chamba statue (rock carved Sculpture of Maitreya Buddha.) This statue dates back to 1st century BC during the Kushan period. Another major attraction of Mulbekh is its monastery or Gompa perched atop a rocky cliff which dominates the valley. Mulbekh monastery consists of two gompas, one Drukpa and one Gelugpa Buddhist monastery.
There is in house dining facility for all meals. Breakfast is complimentary. Cuisine: Continental, Chinese, Indian and Ladakhi and Tibetan Free Car Parking Camp Fire on Demand Amchi / Traditional Tibetan Medicine Doctor Available on Demand Round the Clock Room Service
Activities at Camp: A day trek from Mulbak to Phokar Urgain Zong Phokar, also known as Fokar, lies atop a hill in the vicinity of the Shargole Monastery. For reaching Phokar Rizong and Urgyang Dzong, tourists have to follow the trek route that ends at the top of the hill. Phokar Rizong stands on a flat and circular plain that serves as an ideal base for meditation. Surrounded by hills and caves, the site has various shrines and religious centres that were established by Buddhist saints, including the Padma Sambhava. This place is accessible via two routes, amongst which the cave route extends around 1 km and is closed during the months of June and July. The other ro Visit to the Monastery: Perched atop a rocky cliff, Mulbek Gompa (monastery) dominates the valley. Like all Buddhists monasteries it is adorned by frescoes and statues. You can also venture into an interesting hill top village known as wakha Rgyal. The village seems like a medieval settlement of cave dwellings.
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