Kaza is the largest township and commercial center of Spiti valley. Being centrally located, Kaza is a good base to explore rest of Spiti. Day trips can be made from here to Tabo, Dhankar, Langza, Hikkim, Komic, Key and Kibber. Also, things of daily needs are easily available here unlike rest of Spiti. Kaza is known for its colorful festivals and the ancient Sakya Tangyud Monastery 4 km from the town.
The best time to visit Kaza is from June to Oct. If you want to be a part of local festivities, plan your trip around August when Kaza hosts Ladarcha fair. Winter tourism is also gaining popularity these days in Spiti. Our homestay remains open in winters as well.
It is a newly constructed house in new Kaza. It has 2 floors. Host stays on the ground floor. First floor consist of 3 guest rooms; 1 Superior Room with attached bathroom and 2 Classic Room with a common one. Ground floor has another Superior Room with attached bath. All bathroom come with western toilet. There is a living room, a beautifully maintained kitchen garden, puja room and a traditional dining area where family and guests can sit together, interact and eat.
Location: 800 mtrs from Kaza Village.
No. of Rooms: 4, Total Capacity: 12
Single Person: 2500/-
Classic Room: 3200/-
Superior Room: 4000/-
Extra Person: 1000/-
Complimentary: Breakfast & Dinner
Upto 6 years: Complimentary (no extra bed)
7-12 years.: 50% (with extra bed)
What you pay for a homestay, brings a direct socio-economic benefit to locals. Be proud by not asking for a discount.
Parking • Running Hot Water • Laundry • Living room
You will fall in love with delicious home cooked meals that are served with lots of love and care. Breakfast includes corn flakes, toast/ paratha and tea/ coffee. You can enjoy the local cuisine for dinner, you need to inform the host in advance.
River Side Hike • Trekking • Local shopping
The ancient Sakya Tangyud Monastery • Kaza Market
Key Monastery (15km) • Kibber (19km) • Chichem (27km) • Langza (16km) • Hikkim (16km) • Komic (19km) • Demul (18km) • Dhankar (32km) • Tabo (48km) • Chandratal (77km)
You will be welcomed by a hospitable local family. Nawang and his wife Tenzin Dolma stay in the house with their 2 kids. Tenzin Dolma is an active lady who takes care of the house herself in spite of working as a teacher in a local school. All the cooking is also done by her. Expect to eat fresh seasonal green vegetables from her garden.
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