If you are looking for a luxurious stay that is beyond the concrete jungle and that is our buildings, people and pollution then we have a place for you that you should know!
Yes! We are talking about “The GlampEco Stays” which is “India’s first geodesic dome glamping site” situated at a height of over 2600 m in the beautiful village called Hampta in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India. This place is completely in nature’s arms far away from the hectic city life. This can be your ideal gateway if you are looking for a place to spend time with your loved ones.
This offbeat location has breathtaking views of snow-covered mountains, beautiful valleys, and a lush green forest with a view of the Dhauladhar ranges and Manali valley.
There are 3 types of stays at GlampEco:
1) Traditional Mud Houses.
2) Geodesic Domes
3) Premium Geodesic Domes
GlampEco Stays Manali Location:
Curve No. 33, Hamta Village, AD Hydro Project Road, Prini, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175143
How To Reach GlampEco Stays Manali:
By Air: Bhuntar(Kullu) Airport. ( Approx. 2 hrs drive from the airport)
By Road: Delhi/ Chandigarh-Manali-Hamta Village (Bus) or Drive from Manali (14 Km from Mall Road, Manali)
Activities To Do at GlampEco:
- Backcountry Snowboarding Sethan Dome
- Learn snowboarding in Igloo Village Sethan
- Day hike till Jobri Nalah
- Trek to Sethan Dome
- Trek to Lamadug
- Short Trek to Waterfall close to GlampEco
- Day Hike to Chikka
- Nearby Attractions To GlampEco:
- Beas River (3.9 km)
- Hamta Pass (3.1 km)
- Jogini Waterfall (5.3 km)
- Hidimba devi temple (14 km)
Approximate Cost to stay at Glampeco:
Starting from Approx. INR 9999/ per night.
GlampEco is an eco-space in the lap of the majestic Himalayas, where you can witness magical starry nights, sunsets, and refreshing sunrise. They also offer longer stays for remote working professionals. This place is one of the best offbeat destinations in North India for solo travellers and couples with amenities like room service, wifi, and food from an in-house chef along with a cute library, fireplace, and common sitting area.