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Hostel Specific Terms & Conditions
The remainder of the amount due will be charged to your credit card 1 week prior to arrival. Should numbers or room selection change, the per person deposit times the number of people who actually travelled will be deducted from the total accommodation charge levvied by the hostel.
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The spitian family offers an attentive, personalized service and are always available to offer help to guests. The hotel is arranged on three floors,
without a lift. On the first floor, apart from the reception, there is a comfortable lounge where you can sit and drink tea, or just read. The rooms
are arranged on the second and third floors. The breakfast and dinner is served in the lounge on the first floor.
On every floor, there is a delightful terrace available for the use of guests, where they can relax and enjoy the wonderful view of the village
and the mountains and can immerge themselves from morning onwards in the atmosphere of spiti life, watching the villagers travelling about for their
work and some people gathering in the green ground to enjoy their talk.
Kibber is a village high in the Spiti Valley in the Himalayas at 4270 metres or 14,200 ft in Himachal Pradesh in northern India. It contains a monastery and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
The barren landscape, river, mountains and gompa make it a photographer’s paradise.
Kibber is located approx. 19 kilometres from Kaza and a bus service connects the village in the milder summer months.
Famous "Ki gonpa or kee monastery" is on the way when you come from kaza to kibber and is 6 k.m. from kibber.
Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary is India’s only wild life sanctuary in a cold desert. It is home to the ibex, blue sheep, red fox, Tibetan woolly hare, Himalayan wolf, lynx, pika, Tibetan wild ass and the snow leopard.
Kibber is home to a large amount of fossils. The village is among the most fossiliferous regions of the world and has earned Spiti the title of Fossils Park.
Kibber village is popular among adventure enthusiasts.
Kanamo peak (5974 metres) here is popular with trekkers and mountaineers.
Parang la (5580 metres) Trek starts from the kibber village over high
mountain passes to the picturesque, turquoise water lake of Tso Moriri (4,595
metres above sea level) at Korzok in Ladakh. It is one of the most
beautiful trails in the Western Himalayas going over Parang La Pass with
its grand views. The trek route follows the traditional old trade route
from Tibet to Spiti and from Spiti to Ladakh valley.
HOW TO REACH:
Two ways to reach kibber:
1. Delhi - Chandigarh - Manali - Rohtang pass - kunzum pass - lossar - kibber.
2. Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla - Narkanda - Rampur - Reckongpeo - Nako -Tabo - Kaza - Kibber.
During winter months:
Manali – Rohtang pass – Kunzum pass – Lossar - Kibber road closes due to heavy snowfall.
Hence, the only way of reaching Spiti Valley in winters is through the Hindustan – Tibet Highway i.e.
Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla – Narkanda – Rampur - Reckongpeo – Nako – Tabo – Kaza - Kibber.
You will be using this road both ways to enter and exit Spiti Valley during winters. View House Rules
- Free Breakfast
- Free Parking
- Outdoor Terrace
- Reading Light
- 24 Hour Reception
- Airport Transfers
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Shuttle Bus
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Meals Available
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
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