Are you Stressed out? Escape this summer into the Nature. The Best Rustic Getaways in India

Are you Stressed out? Escape this summer into the Nature. The Best Rustic Getaways in India
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If you just want to escape into the Rustic Space and arent a big fan of upscale, manicured hotels then i have good news for you We have curated a list of the most charming getaways to help you escape concrete jungles, and experience natural beauty at its finest, all across India

If You just want to escape into the Rustic Space and aren't a big fan of upscale, manicured hotels then i have good news for you. We have curated a list of the most charming getaways to help you escape concrete jungles, and experience natural beauty at its finest, all across India.


Philipkutty's Farm, KERALA

The place in kerala known for its beautiful backwaters, this farm is actually on an island. There are villas which actually face the waters, and you can walk around the property to experience the beautiful greenery and streams in the area.

The villas are very spacious with beautiful extravagant interiors and space in terms of decor they are very well designed as per the tradition of the state, going by the luxe of the wooden furniture. Fish lovers will love how the place serves fish from the waters, while the organic produce from the farm helps detox the body.


The Chhatra sagar in Jodhpur, RAJASTHAN

Hotels in India try to attract the tourists by over doing the interiors to appeal the tourists. But whereas,the Chhatra Sagar provides a different experience. An old sporting camp built atop the wall of a dam, this is where one goes to soak in the beauty of Rajasthan.

Overlooking a lake and fields, the dam supports beautifully decorated tents with Mughal designs and local women have painted the floors with traditional art. Ideal for bird - watching and for eat fresh food, this is not your usual Rajasthani resort or hotel.


The Heritage property of Ladakh- Nimmu house - JAMMU & KASHMIR

Built almost a century ago in 1920 for a cousin of the King of Ladakh, Nimmu house is a Heritage Property which was converted into a boutique hotel in 2012. Intentionally a rustic and extremely traditional, the place provides an authentic Ladhaki experience, not just with its Bhuddist temples and yak-lined orchards, but also in its unique architecture. but also in its unique architecture.

But if you're worried about the amenities, allow us to allay your fears, because a solar panel provides warm water and electricity to the guests opting for this ode to Bhuddist Ladhaki culture.


Tamara in -COORG KARNATAKA

Perched in the hilly forests of coorg, which is known for its coffee plantations, the Tamara is a true beauty. You can stay in tree top houses, bathe in an outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the mountains, and lounge in all the wood dining room with a view of the lush greenery and glass flooring! A swimming pool, game room, best of all - a custom coffee section- is available for guests.


Yangsum Farm-SIKKIM

Quaint and quiet, this is the ideal place to visit if you need some peace and tranquility. Essentially a small, almost homestay-like accomodation, this place is where you'd want to escape too after partying too much.

They serve healthy an dlight home cooked food which even includes lentils and greens which are grown locally. Situated near the Himalayan mountain range, it is surrounded by beautiful hiking trails.


Banasura Hill Resort in WAYANAD KERALA

If you love that rustic, earthy aesthetic, this resort, is totally constructed with a local mud at the foot of the Banasura hill and the resort is surrounded with the lush of greenery and that of cloudy, rainy beauty associated with the western Ghats.

A huge resort it has tea, coffee, and many other plantations, and has numerous paths leading to waterfalls. The eco-friendly huts are build with bamboo and grass. so, guys pack your bags and travel the places to enjoy the nature and enjoy the local cuisine and the local culture.

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