This Breath-taking Retreat In Himachal Pradesh Is The Place To Be!

People who are tired of participating in rat races and following every else -listen up! This place is where you should be next summer.

The Mudhouse Experiential Hostel in Jibhi, Tirthan valley is a place that has sprung out of your dreams.

Rahul Kumar who is a freelance videographer decided to quit everything behind in Delhi and set up this place in Jibhi, Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh.

The hostel that opened in September, is an ideal escape from the daily routine of life, and at a decent price. The hostel is infused with such soul that creative people will find it hard to resist to visit the place. The location is beautiful and full of inspiration for your next work.

While you are there you can also indulge in activities like stargazing, fishing, treks, roaming by the river and exploring the villages of the Himalayan range. What more do you need?

Summertime (April to June) is the best time to visit Himachal, however, the hostel is open all year round.

It is also heard that this little house will be hosting festivals too very soon.

At the hostel’s Air BnB page, Rahul says, “The primary idea of the mudhouse hostels is guest conversations and collaboration. This is perfect for people who want to work, collaborate and be the part of the India’s first artist hippie community Creative collaborations is our unique selling proposition. From writers to music composers to film makers, the community makes the place beautiful and animated. The peace and calm, you experience at the river side connects with yourself. All you experience is the serenity and good vibes within the creative community, who have chosen this place as their home for ideating some of the brilliant ideas. We at, Mud house hostels invite you to be our tribe and interact with our community and be the best of who you are.”

For ₹656 a night, you experience a little bit of heaven.

Photos: AirBnB.com – Rahul’s The Mudhouse Experiental Hostels

Samyak Sheth
Samyak Sheth

A traveller and journalist who views the world wearing multi-coloured goggles. He believes that life is to live not to survive.

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  1. Since I am a photographer and also a traveller, I love to visit offbeat places that are far away from the maddening crowds of traditional hill stations in India. This is surely a place that I would like to visit and spend some quality time out there. Love the mountains and certainly a great read.

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