About Osay Khar Resort
Welcome to Osey Khar, a 25 acre farm located in the village of Tirith in Nubra.
A family run farm stay, the property includes 21 cottages discreetly situated amongst fields of wheat and barley, as well as apricot and apple trees. A network of fresh mountain streams runs through the property, truly making it a magical retreat from everyday life.
The name Osay-Khar itself comes from an Oasis found in the upper reaches of Tirith village, where an old fort is located, surrounded by mulberry trees.
Surrounded by nature and the majestic snowcapped Karakoram range, Osay Khar provides you with a true nature retreat experience.
A day excursion to the more commercial sand dunes of Hunder or historic monastries can be arranged.
Located at Nubra Valley, you can take advantage of the local tourist destinations and activities.
Being an active farm growing our own produce, most of our meals feature organic farm fresh vegetables and fruits(seasonal).
I loved Osay khar's secluded location. Food is superb and fresh. Loved the experience dining in their open space. I wouldn't stay anywhere else when visiting Nubra Valley. What really made my trip was the awesome ladaki hospitality and the quiet peaceful environment provided by this resort. Would definately recommend it.
What a magical experience it has been spending a few days at Osay Khar! From the moment you step foot in, you realize you are in paradise. Authentic traditional Ladakhi styled Cottages. Rooms were clean and the staff's are friendly and welcoming, and always checking in to ensure all is going well. Amazing food with marvellous service, always with a smile.
I stayed at Osay Khar Resort for the weekend and it was wonderful. The rooms were spacious and comfortable, the staff is lovely and very friendly, the food is delicious, and numerous activities were also on offer. The property is beautiful and perfect if you need a few days of rest.
We have also consciously made an effort to go green, and our water and electricity requirements are met through solar powered panels. Our cottages have a traditional design and use traditional construction materials, including stone, and locally sourced wood to increase the energy efficiency of the rooms.
Being an active farm growing our own produce, most of our meals feature organic farm fresh vegetables and fruits. You can also enjoy a variety of herbal tea infusions, as well as delicious local khambir bread, made in the traditional stove each morning for all guests!
A day excursion to the more commercial side of sand dunes of Hunder and the monastery at Diskit can be organized along with a visit the quieter monastery at Samstanling and Ensa, or you could opt to enjoy a leisurely camel ride on the Sumur sand dunes.