India's First Igloo In Manali Now Open For Bookings

By Renuka Shahane on Jan 08, 2019
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Remember the time when as kids, we were fascinated (or rather bowled over) by the idea of Eskimos? Apart from their thick fur clothing and mind-blowing survival skills in extreme weather conditions, the concept of them living in dome-shaped homes was not only interesting, but also inviting.

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Considering that it is slightly unlikely for us to actually visit the poles and stay in an Igloo, the dream to spend a night in the cute looking and cosy accommodation was quite unrealistic.

Enter Keylinga Inn- India’s first and only Igloo accommodation in Manali.

Set in the snowy terrain of Kully Valley, the Two Igloos by Keyling Inn offer an unmatched experience of staying in the Himalayas, under the minimalistic but comfortable shelter of Igloos.

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Fully equipped to make your stay comfortable, the Igloo is perfect for two people making it an offbeat honeymoon experience for adventure-lover couples as well! You can book the Igloo, with all-meals inclusive and you can also opt for a special activity package that includes Igloo building session and a Skiing lesson! Apart from staying in sub-zero temperatures, doing it like a Pro is what makes this experience absolutely unique!

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The packages are as follows and include accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner and hot beverages to sip on:

One Night Igloo Stay Without Activities: 4600 INR per person

One Night Igloo Stay With Activities: 5600 INR per person


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Of course, this experience comes with few simple guidelines, regarding the medical conditions as well as the right clothing to survive the cold. That set, the accommodation can be booked by anyone! The booking is available online, on the official website of Keylinga Himalayan Adventures .

Ready for your adventure? Time to bring out those fur coats!

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