Stay In An Igloo – Did you anytime dream to Stay In An Igloo ?
Aha…. most of you would have said a BIG YES to Stay In An Igloo but at the same time you might have dropped your thoughts as well. It is not really possible for everyone to travel to some Arctic region and live in an Igloo.
But your wait is now over, you can again start dreaming about living in an Igloo atleast for a few days. In fact, you can make your dreams come true in Manali.
Yes, book your tickets now to Manali.
The winter sports specialists Tashi Dorje and Vikas Kumar have started the first Igloo Hotel in India. So, this is a good news for all people in India and for people around India as well. You don’t have to travel too far to stay in an Igloo.
These two winter sports specialists own a company called Keylinga Himalayan Adventures which organizes trek programs and winter sports. Now they are up with this exciting and different idea which is attracting many people across the country.
As part of this Igloo hotels, they have constructed two Igloos which are fully functional and ready to occupy. Large number of occupants will not be allowed to checkin as they are small ones. They are given only on twin sharing basis and hence couple would have good time.
The price would be Rs 5000 just to stay in the Igloos and if you want to add some fun and adventurous activities to your stay in Igloos and Manali, then you will have to opt for the Rs 18000 package. This higher package includes tube sliding, skiing lessons, sledge sliding. You can also add snowshoeing and snowboarding at Rs 600 and Rs 500 extra for each per day.
You can reach Manali by your transport or you can also hire the transport options provided by the hotel. Once you reach Manali, you will have to travel to Sethan Village which is near by Manali. The hotel is located in this village and it is going to take just 20 minutes to reach this place from Manali.
Stay In An Igloo? So, what are you waiting for. You should start your booking now. Winter is the right time to reach this place and February is the last month in any year for closure until and unless there is a extreme winter in Manali that year.