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Monday, 17 October 2022

5 Eco -friendly resorts in India

Barefoot, Have lock, The Andamans: A Rain forest Retreat With A View To Kill For

Located on one of the most beautiful beaches in Asia and yet away from all the hustle and bustle of tourists is Barefoot, an  Eco retreat in the heart of Have lock Island in the Andamans. The resort is camouflaged by a thick canopy of a tropical trees and blends right into the forest with its coffee-hued thatched huts and villas made with sustainable and locally-sourced material. Sample a delectable spread at its restaurant, which serves traditional and seasonal island fare.

Though the spacious-rooms are created  for relaxing and indulging in green therapy, the pristine white Radhanagar Beach is only a short walk away. Discover the cerulean waters with a diving lesson, or admire the sun going down from the beach. There is even the option to experience the verdant interior of the island with a rain forest tour. 

Khem Villas, Ranthambore: Glamping But Sustainably  

Get a taste of uber -chic jungle camping at a Khem Villas. Set on the fringes of Ranthambore National Park in the Rajasthan, the camp is a sprawling family-owned property that has redefined glamping in the India. On offer are luxurious tents fitted out with all comforts and modern cottages for the less adventurous. The Khem Villas is powered by solar energy and has battery banks to store power that help keep generator usage to a minimum. Gorge on hyper local dishes made with vegetables from the resort’s own backyard garden. The self-adequate retreat even harvests rainwater for most of its water needs. Create the green retreat your base as you explore the national park through customized safaris; just don’t be surprised if you catch a glimpse of the park’s wild residents  in the vicinity of your stay choice itself.

Nimmu House, Leh: An Eco-Friendly Taste Of The Mountains 

Live out your royal fantasies and get a glimpse of Ladakhi history by staying at Nimmu House in the Leh. The century-old heritage hotel was the residence of a cousin of the then Ladakhi king. It takes bits from both a traditional architectural sensibilities and modern amenities such as solar panels and double-insulated windows to bring visitors an unforgettable environmentally-conscious experience amid the mountains.

The hotel's commitment to uplifting the local community around it is the cherry on the top. The picturesque 3 -story house is a stone’s throw away from the Indus and Zanskar Rivers, and is surrounded by expansive orchards of an apple, apricot and walnut. The property, which is even home to a number of gurgling mountain streams, marries nature and comfort to guarantee a vacation that will leave an imprint.

Wild Mahseer, Balipara, Assam: A Tea-Enthusiast's Dream Vacation 

Go back in time and experience a sliver of the colonial era with a sustainable stay at a Wild Mahseer in Balipara, Assam.  The expansive property is part of a larger restoration project aimed at reforesting the land and supporting the ethnic forest communities. The eco-retreat is spread over an area of 22 acres in the heart of a lush tea estate and is a biodiversity haven with over 1,00,000 plants, 75 species of birds, and 72 species of butterflies calling it home. You will be surrounded by a sea of green that will soothe your city- dweller nerves. Gorge on quaint Raj-era food like scrumptious sandwiches and hearty stews as well as local Assamese fare, which all goes down well with the estate-grown tea. There is no Wi-fi or TV here; instead explore the estate through leisurely bike rides and jungle walks accompanied by in-house naturalists. Alternatively, go on wildlife safaris in the nearby Kaziranga and Nameri National Parks or try your hand at river rafting.  

Shaam-e-Sarhad Village Resort, Bhuj, Gujarat: A One-Of-A-Kind Rural Stay

A simple, no-frills village resort set near the bright white salt marshes of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, Shaam-e-Sarhad Village Resort in Hodka is a unique rural tourism initiative by the Government of India and United Nations Development Program. The resort’s traditional bhungas – huts with circular walls and conical thatched roofs  – are dotted with stunning Kutchi wall art, mirror work and block prints and look right at home in the village. The huts are known for keeping their residents cool during the scorching day and warm during nights, when temperatures drop drastically in the desert. The resort is dotted with a myriad variety of local flora, and one can go bird watching in nearby Chari Dhand if hungry for more. A getaway here means going back to the basics and getting a taste of modest but charming village life.

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