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A Vision For A Sustainable Future

We, at Lchang Nang Retreat, want to offer our guests a unique experience that has a close connection to the environment.

The retreat is powered by a solar grid and plastic containers are kept to a minimum. Abundant replantation each spring, the use of local materials in low impact construction such as mud and rock walls, willow and poplar roofs, garbage segregation and a careful use of fuel, are some of the green practices we have implemented.

Our attempt is to keep our carbon footprint to a bare minimum, while building our business on strictly sustainable principles.


Steps Towards
Sustainable Future

Sustainable and conscious luxury is the ethos of Lchang Nang Retreat- The House of Trees. We believe that nature has a lot to offer and we would like to express our gratitude by co-existing respecting the environment and the local community.
A few of our initiatives:
– We are proud to be one of the largest solar powered properties in Ladakh.
– We channelize the melting glacier water to irrigate our lands
– Our drinking water is fresh mineral rich glacial water which is good in PH value.
– We have our own farms and cattle and most of the produce used in our kitchens comes from our own farms.
– We have our own inhouse range of products which are made by locals from locally found ingredients thus encouraging local economy and talent.
– Our cottages are made using traditional local material and techniques which make them a practical and sustainable work of architecture.
At Lchang Nang, we strive to bring together local culture in a green and sustainable manner.



A list of what we do to minimize our impact on the environment:

  • Solar panels and battery bank that generate 95% of our energy.
  • Construction basis solar passive architecture. 15 acres of grazing land.
  • LED lighting for cottages.
  • Minimal use of plastic. No plastic containers for our organic soaps, shampoo and moisturizers.
  • Solar geysers for hot water.
  • Mud, willow, stone, and poplar used as the primary building materials.
  • Use of solar lamps for landscape lighting where needed.
  • Flood irrigation system to water all 20 acres of our property.
  • Garbage segregation and recycling of almost all waste.
  • Buying local and growing our own vegetables and herbs organically.

Cultural Sustainability

  • Local Culture Integration, indigenous craftsmanship and rehabilitation of lost traditions: Our resort is constructed by traditional local techniques and materials & we support local artisans by promoting their paintings and organising exhibitions.
  • Local cuisine: We provide local culinary experiences through our menu & curated activities.

Social Responsibility

  • Local Community: We ensure employment priority to locals, support local agriculture by procuring fresh produce from the local farmer
  • Gender equality & diversity: We promote gender equality and diversity through initiatives like engagement of local women alliance in our key experiences and equal work opportunities.

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