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Kanika Nevatia Mar 21 2014

Which are some of the best places to stay in Tabo?

Benazir Khan Mar 21 2014
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There are some options for places to stay in Tabo in particular, here are some options that could serve the purpose in addition to the above:

In Tabo Dewachen Retreats

Tel: +91-1906-223301,
Mob: +91-94598-83443;
Tariff: INR 5,000.

It has 8 rooms with attached baths and running hot water. The tariff includes meals.

Tashi Khangsar

Contact: Rana,
Mob: +91-94188-17761;
Tariff: INR 500-600.

It has 4 rooms with hot water on request, and camping options for a small fee. Bookings are on arrival and phone.

Also, the Tabo Monastery Guest House

Tel: +91-1906-223315;

Tariff: INR 200-500.

It has some rooms with attached baths but no hot water. There are two double rooms, but you want to avoid the common toilet. There’s also a 10-bed dorm at INR 100 per bed. Bookings can be made on arrival. Foreign nationals travelling to Tabo need inner-line permits for North Kinnaur and onward into Lahaul-Spiti, broadly speaking, for any travel within 40 km of the Tibetan border. In theory, these can be obtained from the District Magistrates in Shimla, Keylong, Kullu and Chamba, or SDMs in Rampur, Kaza, Rekong Peo and Nichar.

In practice, Rekong Peo is your best bet if you’re travelling from Shimla, and Kaza if you’re travelling from Manali. You’ll also need 3 passport-size photos, a photocopy of the identity pages of your passport, an application form from the
SDM’s office — and lots of patience. It could take an entire day for the permit
to be issued. Ignore the sundry bans on photography, travelling in groups of
fewer than four, and camping.

Photography is fine as long as you are not close to sensitive/ military areas
(bridges, passes, checkpoints, etc), and camping too is okay as long as you
are close to the main road. Travelling alone is not a problem either, nor do
you need any special permits to drive a car or motorbike.
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