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We had a good stay here. The people were very welcoming and helpful. They did their best to keep us comfortable in extreme weather. Nice food and nice tents. Beds weren't that comfortable but you anywhich ways aren't feeling sleepy at this height.
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I had very few expectations since it was my first camp stay. However Vijay (Goldrop camp manager) left no stone unturned. All the staff is very hoapitable. They advised us on the do's and dont's(very important to get this right or your while trip is...More
We were travelling from leh to manali and had to take a stop over for the night at the gold drop camp. We reached in the evening on 9th july and left after breakfast the next day.
Have to say its one of the best...More
Nice place, well organized buffet dinner, breakfast not so good (less choice), very less light & no charging facility, don't expect anything fancy - this is a rather basic tented camp; sadly they don't look after the garbage well enough so you'll find garbage flying...More
You need the right attitude when you stay at Goldrop camp. The tents are comfortable, but basic. They go to great lengths to make your stay comfortable in this inhospitable and desolate area. Though sheets and blankets are provided, I was more comfortable using my...More
Response from NirupamaSP | Reviewed this property |
Dipam is right. They wind up by 27th. Good time to go is 15th April to 15th September. Check with them for the best season and pay heed to their advice...the terrain is difficult and they know the best.