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Our Destinations



Situated in the heat of a crazy city, lies a nature oasis where peacocks and birds roam free. Landscaped gardens with fountains, orchards, hidden pathways and water bodies provide a perfect respite from the daily humdrum of citylife.



Known for its picturesque views of the mighty Kangchenjunga, fluttering prayer flags and zigzag mountain roads, Sikkim is the first organic state of India where “eco-friendly” and “all-organic” are not loosely used terms, but practiced in daily life…



While Punjab is known for its golden mustard fields, its rich heritage comprising forts and havelis are a treasure to explore. Take a tour through beautifully carved out bicycle lanes, interact with the locals, learn about its battles and great warriors.



While Rajasthan is commonly known to be a land of impressive palaces and forts, it’s much more… Visit the old villages and communities preserved through British times. Even the bio-diversity parks have colonial tales attached to it.



Maharashtra, the land of alluring bio-diversity, diverse climate and varying topography, continues to be a delight for the aficionados of eco-tourism. Head to some of their eco-sensitive zones located near Jambhali forest, Sahyadris and Mandavi creek.



While Kerala is widely known for its backwaters, its mangrove trail experience is one of its kind to witness… With at least ten different species of their own, there is ample diversity among the mangroves providing its own ecosystem

Holiday with an Impact

Local Impact

40% of your travel spend goes to locals

Carbon offset

157 trees planted per day

Women Empowerment

10% of your travel spend benefits livelihood

Water Saved

94 days of drinking water saved per day

ITC WelcomHeritage, Mandawa

Tribal Eco-stay

Designed to replicate local tribal clusters, ITC WelcomHeritage The Desert Resort, Mandawa brings together the local culture and rich history of the Shekhawati region with the unique charm of old-world hospitality.

Category Eco-Resort
For: Art & Culture Lovers
Impact: Promotes Culture - SDG 11

Our Ambassadors

Prathyush P.

“The kayaking experience was really good. The homely meal that was offered was a delight. Had a good time and felt like we owned the island.”

Prathyush P.

Deepika Naudiya

“Property and the location is great with mountains and rivers to chill around. It has its own fantastic charm. Overall, we had a great time with our dogs, the staff was incredibly helpful, and the amenities were great, room was wonderful, clean, great view”

Deepika Naudiya

Deepesh Rawat

“This is one of my fav destinations. To start with, the food is prepared with organic fresh vegetables and authentic pahadi spices. The view is amazing, and adventure sports for everyone with a short track  is really something one cannot miss.”

Deepesh Rawat


This is one of India's oldest wildlife parks famous for tiger sightings. We take you beyond just the wildlife to experience local communities, heritage monuments, open fire cooking, and local art & craft etc.

Take a tour of Tehla, a small hamlet inside the buffer zone of Sariska National Park. Our resort is located on a small extended island surrounded by a lake.

Set out for wildlife safari twice a day (Morning 7:00 Am to 10:00 Pm and Evening 2:30 Pm to 5:30 Pm). Visitors can make online booking for Jeep or Canter safari.

Interact with the local community, learn about their livelihood skills such as farming, local handicrafts etc.

Visit nearby 6th century Neelkanth Temple famous for its monolith Shiva Linga. Checkout the peacock point where hundreds of peacocks visit together.

Participate in special experiences like live cooking workshops in old gazebos with spices, condiments, cereals and vegetables organically grown in the resort itself.

Take a tour of the Mansarovar lake, home to 400 species of native and migratory birds.

Explore nearby heritage monuments like Tehla fort, Pandu Pol or set out for a day excursion to Viratnagar where you can sight relics that date back to 3rd century BC.

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Colonial Eco-Retreat

Overlooking the snow-capped mountains and Shimla city from a distance, The Daleside Manor is a hill resort with a colonial charm. Consciously designed retaining natural contours, making efficient use of water and being plastic free, it’s a place where a fusion of luxury and environment sustainability can be witnessed.

Category Eco -Resort
For: Nature Lovers
Impact: Conserves Water – SDG 6

Our Eco-Warriors

Neelkanth owner

Narendar Singh

A family man, Narendarji leaves his family in Jaipur to reside in Sariska, working on developing the area, his own eco-farm and ensuring guests get the best possible experience

Bliss Owner

Tob Dorji

Mr. Dorji is a story himself, with vast knowledge and experience about the organic state of Sikkim and its community of peace loving people.

Indimasi Owner

Shiv Nanda

The driving force of Indimasi (founded by Yogi Shivan), Shiv believes in healing – for both the mind and the body.

Bharatgarh Owner

Maninder Kaur

Maninder ji resides in her majestic home of Bharatgarh, and extends her warm hospitality to those who wish to enjoy the fort and its eco-friendly activities

Upvan Owner

Pankaj Bhatnagar

Upavn is Pankaj’s passion project in developing a new and unexplored part of the Jim Corbett National Park and opening it up for tourism

Manager Ribera

Vikram Negi

Vikram is passionate about more than just his property – he makes all efforts to ensure that the adjoining river suffers no harm from its visitors