Pallas's Cat (Otocolobus manul) or Manul and Ribilik or Tak Shan or Dak rChan in Ladakhi language is one of the smaller wild cats found in Ladakh region of India. This cat is very rare, especially in India and is more difficult to spot than the other wildlife including the Snow Leopard / rChan or Shan. Wildlife Photographers visit Ladakh, specially Hanle or Anley Basin Wildlife Reserve in eastern Ladakh specially to try their luck in photographing this beautiful small wild cat.
Besides Hanle, there are other hotspots where Pallas's Cats in Ladakh are also recorded and photographed. Serious Wildlife Photographers and Wildlife enthuisists visiting Ladakh can contact Ancient Tracks for Pallas's Cat Tour to Ladakh. Our Team of Widllife experts and spotters try their best to let you spot Palla's Cat or Ribilik in its habitat in Ladakh Himalaya and share their wildlife experiences for conservation of this cat species in Ladakh, India.
Wildlife tour to Ladakh to spot and photograph Pallas's Cat, specially at Hanle is flexible Itinerary with special permission from Wildlife and Administration to visit the region. An Itinerary to spot the Palla's Cat in Ladakh should be minimum of 12 days within Leh Ladakh. Adding some more days enhances the chances of sighting Pallas's Cat in Ladakh during your trip. But no one can grantee showing Pallas's Cat and for that matter any wildlife targetted in the Itinerary. Our Team of experts try their best to fulfill your dream of photographing the rare Wildlife of Ladakh - the Palla's Cat (Otocolobus manul) or Manul and Ribilik or Tak Shan or Dak rChan in Ladakh Himalaya.