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India gets its first igloo hotel in Manali

Manali Igloo Stay is owned by Vikas Kumar and Tashi Dorje of Keylinga Himalayan Adventures, a winter-sport and travel company that offers ski courses and organises treks.


The duo started this one-of-its-kind hotel in India only recently and so far has built two fully functional igloos. But hurry up, as February is the last month this year for you to experience this unique concept. Unless extreme winter comes calling soon late-2017.

And to make it even more exciting, the duo have clubbed it with they do best – along with the stay, visitors can opt for various winter activities like skiing, tube sliding, snow sledging and even build their own igloo! One night stay on a twin-sharing basis, including equipment for snow activities, will make you lighter by Rs 5,600 per head. The hotel also provides warm feather sleeping bags with extra fleece and a thick foam mattress, just to make sure you are all comfy and cosy. And travellers who are not into adventure sports can opt for their stay at Rs 4,600 for a single night. People can spend up to two nights at an altitude over 2,700m, for Rs 6,800 per head.

And don’t worry if you don’t get a reservation, then you can simply enjoy a day at the igloo camp filled with winter activities and fun all for Rs 2,700.

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