- USA, Female, 25-30
- 37 reviews
They need to soundproof this place, you can hear everything everywhere. Perhaps put up a sign in reception to be quiet after 10:00 pm and go on the eating area and close the door if you want to talk. It's 5 min from the big monastery but a 20 min walk to the main area with restaurants. Good breakfast, comfortable beds, good wifi, very clean, staff spike excellent English but almost NO tours are available in off season so I had to go to IDRE hostel (recommend!!!!) to book things.
- USA, Female, 31-40
- 32 reviews
I had two excellent stays at Danista Nomads, both before and after my tour. The staff are unbelievably kind, helpful and always available. Free big breakfasts with a lot of variety, laundry, free tea/coffee 24/7. Cons: A bit of a walk to the main areas (about 20-25 minutes to the State Dept Store) and it gets very cold at night but extra blankets are available. Wifi can be spotty at times. Private rooms are spacious and bathrooms a bit dated but always have hot water. Highly recommend!
- England, Male, 25-30
- Novice Nomad
- 2 reviews
Excellent place to stay. The owner, Jagaa, is friendly, honest, and never pushy when discussing tours. He really tries to find the best option for your preference and budget. The tour staff (guides and drivers) are also great and really friendly. Hostel rooms are clean and the breakfast is nice. Do it.
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