This February, come to experience unique stay in igloo on the high slopes of Manali. You can also learn skiing and snowboarding, or go for a trek in the snow.
Located on hidden north facing slopes in Hamta valley, this space is the ultimate winter wonderland.
A team of 20+ have been working non stop for over 2 weeks on building this experience and we are now ready to welcome you. We have 2 igloo ready and can accommodate 4-6 people on twin / triple sharing.
Day Activities (Rs 1000/ person)
Making your own igloo
One can experience snowboarding and snowshoeing on extra cost . snowboarding @ 600/day, snowshoeing @ 500/day
Included in the package:
- One night stay on twin-sharing basis in our igloo. Warm feather sleeping bags with extra fleece will be provided with thick foam mattress and hot water bottles.
- Hot lunch, dinner, breakfast and hot beverages. and of course bonfire in the evening. In dinner veg and non veg options are available.
-Water proof ski clothing: jacket, pant, snow boots and gloves.
Not included in the package:
- Expenses of personal nature like drinks, tips, laundry, phone calls etc.
- Medical, insurance and evacuation charges.
- Transportation to the igloo site is extra.
Either me or my partners, Tashi & Vikas, will be on site to welcome you.
Guest have to report at hotel Keylinga Inn Prini ( located at 3.5km from main Manali on Manali Naggar highway) to collect snow dress. Reporting time is 9 AM.
-In extreme snow condition only 4WD cars are allowed to go to the igloo site and they need a permit from the local authorities.. If you want to get your own vehicle please inform us in advance so we can get appropriate permissions.
What to bring:
1. Warm/woolen cap
2. Anti UV sunglasses
3. Thermals for wearing inside your ski clothing
4. Warm gloves
5. Cotton long socks for wearing inside the ski boots (socks frequently get wet while changing boots, so please get 3-4 pairs)
6. Warm pants/fleece trousers (1-2 pairs)
7. Warm jacket
8. Personal medicines if any
9. Personal toiletries kit
We expect our guests to be responsible and respectful towards staff and other guests.
I live, ski and climb in Manali since 2014. I also teach and promote "independent trekking skills" at Blue Bolt Project as an alternative philosophy for exploring outdoors.
Best part about travelling for me is trying out local food, meeting interesting people and have unique experiences, and I would like to offer the same to the travelers visiting Manali.