Moustache Kaza

Moustache Kaza

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The Moustache Kaza is located away from the city's tall buildings and congested areas. The Moustache Kaza stay has mostly settled neighbouring Buddhist families due to its complete privacy and individual dorm heating system. This area of the hills offers far more than a typical holiday. Tibetan refugees, Buddhist monks, mountain shepherds, and farmers from the coldest desert have all flocked to Manali, likely to ensure that it remains still and peaceful forever, which is a good thing. Kaza is the valley's largest township and commercial centre, situated along the Spiti River at an elevation of 3,650 metres (11,980 feet) above mean sea level. Kaza, a popular tourist and adventure destination, is also known for its colourful festivals and the ancient Sakya Tangyud Monastery, which is located 14 kilometres outside of town. And, because of its central location and access to the rest of the valley, Kaza is ideal for trekking, mountaineering, and tours to other parts of the valley (Connects via the Kunzum Pass with Leh-Manali Highways).
Moustache Kaza, Spiti is the best backpacker hostel in Kaza. This property features luggage storage as well as a terrace for visitors. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge, and can arrange tours for its guests.
All of the hostel's rooms come with a private bathroom with a tub.
“Bare mountains that soak you up completely to evoke a new emotion,” one of the guests said. The beautiful Spiti river can be seen glistening down the valley. The staff is friendly, helpful, and courteous. The food is comforting and delectable. Above all, it's a lovely property that represents the owners' souls and intentions; it's tastefully furnished and immaculately maintained. The fact that I went in the winter and it was freezing, but other than that, it was an incredible experience and I hope to return soon.”

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