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About Us

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about us

We are Eco Friendly Backpackers Hostel and Travel Company based at Kaza in heart of Spiti Valley. Our all rooms offer awesome view of rocky Peaks and River view of Spiti, All rooms have front facing balcony with stunning views and attached western washrooms with running hot water service. We have separate Kitchen for Veg and Non Veg We are one stop destination for your complete Himalayan Travel needs. We offer range of services as mentioned below. Here are list of our rooms.

Our Rooms & Dorms

  • Deluxe Room with TV (2)
  • Standard Room (4)
  • Mix Bunk Bed Dormitory (2×2)
  • Female Bunk Bed Dormitory (2×2)

Rooftop Living Area

We have a specious Roof top cafe and Living area with common TV and chit chat Zone, with mesmerizing views of Spiti River and Valleys.

Adventure Sports Services:

  • Trekking
  • Road Trips
  • Expeditions
  • Day Tours in Spiti
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Weekend Escapade
  • Search and Rescue

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Quality

our commitment
Location 90%
Hospitality 95%
Food Quality 85%
Services 85%
Trekking 92%
Travel Desk 98%

Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.

Spiti valley is accessible throughout year via Kinnaur from Shimla route on a difficult 412-kilometre-long (256 mi) road. Tourists from outside India need inner line permits to enter Spiti through Kinnaur. Spiti’s border start at Samdo (74 km from Kaza) which is quite near to India–China border. In summer it can be reached via Manali through Rohtang Pass and Kunzum Pass. Manali is 201 km away from Kaza headquarters of the Spiti subdivision. Although road joining Manali to Spiti is treacherous and in bad condition as compared to Shimla to Spiti. Due to high elevation one is likely to feel altitude sickness in Spiti. Shimla to Spiti route must be preferred for the travelers coming from different parts as it gives them enough time to get acclimatized to the High Altitude and thus less prone to altitude sickness.