Welcome To StayApart, Nako

One of Indiafs best-kept secrets, Nako village is situated on the Indo-Tibetan border, 360 m above sea level in the Himalayan range of Kinnaur District in Himachal Pradesh. Nako Village can be considered as the last spot on your way to the famous Nalling Mullah and acts as a halting stop for tourists heading there. As Nako lies really close to the Tibetan border, visitors need to have an Inner Line permit to visit and stay in any part of this secluded village. Due to the small extent of this beautifully remote village, all the major attractions there can be explored on foot itself'

How to reach Nako

By Flight:

The nearest airport to Nako is in Shimla, at a distance of 312 kilometers. From the airport itself, you can hire a cab to drop you at Nako which will cost you about Rs. 5000 - 75000. Or you can board a bus from Shimla and reach Nako via Reckogn Peo. Our homestay is in Nako.

By Road:

Nako lies on the Hindustan -Tibet highway someplace between Kaza and Reckong Peo (Kinnaur). You can reach Nako village by the two buses that travel daily from Kinnaur to Nako and beyond. If traveling from the Manali side, you can travel in a bus that leaves for Kaza from Reckong Peo that also covers Nako village on its route.
You can also hire a cab that will help you reach the Nako village in four hours. A permit is required to visit the Nako village that one can avail for INR 50 if traveling from Reckong Peo or free if you are traveling via Shimla or Kaza. The permit is valid for 14 days so you can explore in no hurry.

By train:
The nearest railway station is also in Shimla but it is only connected by the famous Kalka Shimla Toy Train. After Shimla, the next major railway station is in Chandigarh.

Accommodation At StayApart,Nako

Norbling Homestay, Nako

Located in Nako in the Himachal Pradesh region, StayApart - Norbling Homestay, Nako features a garden with standard room. with all the amenities, the hotel excels in providing a comfortable stay for the guests. terrace can be found at the homestay, along with Bacony.