Losing themselves in their travels is one feeling wanderers across the globe identify with. There is something about finding a home in new places and among new people that connects travellers in ways not otherwise possible. The Lost Tribe Hostel near Manali is a place that aims to makes this possible.
Started by travel enthusiast and businesswoman Stuti Ashok Gupta along with three other partners Pranay Gohil, Arjunraj Nadar, Alexander Borges, Lost Tribe Hostels is rooted in the idea of building a community of travellers. It is an "umbrella for the lost kind, for everyone who is seeking a home," as Stuti puts it.
Lost Tribe Hostels is ideal for travellers who are looking for peace and quiet in the heart of nature. It provides great options for budget travellers and dog lovers.
The property appeals to art enthusiasts (the interiors have been designed artists and hostel hosts an art festival every year).
About the property
The hostel is located in a village called Jagatsukh, which is about 6km from Manali. It has 60 beds and one private room. It is the only hostel in India offering capsule beds, which is originally a Japanese concept. Each capsule is equipped with a reading light and charging point. The capsules are constructed out of wood, as a result of which they remain well-insulated to protect against the cold outside and also give enough privacy to the resident.