United Nations Climate Change Award for Low Carbon – Winner in 2016

We, in partnership with the Auroville Earth Institute, designed and built the Kaza Eco-Community Centre with key participation of villagers in Kaza and local earth craftsmen of the Spiti Valley, in India.

The United Nations Award Winning Community Centre in Kaza

If you are travelling from Manali, your first stop will be Kaza, 3,900M above sea level. This is one of the best places to stay in Kaza.

The Community Centre was built by Spiti Projects Charity, and is run by Spiti Projects Society, the local branch of our charity. The rooms look over the mountains and the Spiti river, one of the best views in the world. The building is run in an environmental eco-friendly way using solar energy, the food offered is organic and grown locally.

Staying at the Community Centre

We suggest you stay two nights to allow your body to adjust to the altitude.


- 8 bedrooms (sleeps 12)
- 2 environmental lavatories
- 2 shared shower rooms with solar heated water
- Dining room
- Craft shop
- Communal area with TV
- Parking facilities
- Onsite cook
- The Community Centre does not currently have WiFi


Our charity is committed to environmental and conservation issues and to helping improve the health, hygiene and general wellbeing of the people of the Spiti Valley.
64 Cardross Street, London, W6 0DR
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