Call Of The Hills
Udaipur is not just about the lakes. The Resort is surrounded on all three sides by the Aravalli Hills, making it an ideal base for a short trek. Accompanied by a Bhil tribal, you explore the lush green hills which have been his home for generations. As you climb higher, you also get an amazing view of the Fathesagar Lake within the distance.
A Day With The Gods
After an early breakfast, you leave the Resort for the famous Eklingji Temple, 22 kms north of Udaipur. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and was built in 734 A.D. by Bappa Rawal. After a visit, drive further to Nagda, which is famous for this unusual temple that dates back to the 10th century. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and it is made in two structures, one by a mother-in-law and another, by a daughter-in-law. You then drive to Nathdwara, reaching there in time for lunch. After lunch, visit Shri Nathdwara (a pathway to Lord Shri Krishna). This was built in the 17th century on spot exactly identified by the Lord himself. You drive back around 60 kms, reaching the Resort by the evening.
Back To Basics
Away from city life, we offer you an experience to re-discover the past. We take you in a tractor to the nearby fields, where our simple village folk lead a life with little, but happily. Till the fields, learn a bit about their lifestyle, have a cup of tea with them and return to the resort in Udaipur.
The Chef In You
Wouldn't it be an amazing experience to learn a bit about Indian cuisine with the Aravalli hills as the backdrop? Take an exciting auto-rickshaw ride to the market with our staff and buy the fresh vegetables. On returning to the Resort, don the apron and cook together with our Chef at the outdoor cooking station set-up for you. We also gift you a book on Indian cuisine.
Pamper Your Senses
Although the hills surrounding the Resort are a balm to your senses, lose your body and soul to our experienced therapists at Niyama – the spa. Choose from a range of body relaxing treatments. Refer to our spa brochure
Yoga & Meditation
The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Yuj' which means 'to unite' or 'to join'. It is about connecting the body and the mind physically, mentally and spiritually. While the best time to practice Yoga is early in the morning or in the evening, you can practice it anytime, anywhere. It is as much work out of the mind, as of the body. After a personalized consultation, your gentle teacher will take you through a series of body and mind postures.