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India’s hidden gems
Travel is the best way to understand India’s rich and diverse culture. And the deeper you travel, the more you discover. India is truly like a kaleidoscope, where every twist and turn will present you with a different pattern of landscape, colour, cuisine and culture. The best way to experience this is by travelling to destinations that are not popular on the internet, and as much as you can, by road.
The Webinar will present three such destinations :
1) SAVE Farms, Dahanu, Maharashtra, is an enviable, eco-friendly green cocoon that the Save family has cultivated from scratch with vast farms, luscious Chikoo and Lychee orchards and botanical gardens with medicinal plants. Tarpa agro-eco tourism is a novel venture from the family, that is dedicated to the local Warli tribal community.
2) Dudhsagar plantation – Dudhsagar, Goa
A 50-acre property with cashew plantations, a spice garden, a tropical palm garden, a nature trail and a unique natural pool. The Malmekars who own and manage the property ensure their guests experience the pleasure of rustic life in the midst of nature.
3) Great Hornbill resorts – Owned by a retired banker and his son, this property is located in Amarambalam, Nilambur, Kerala. With the mighty mountains as the backdrop, the Amarambalam forest that is home to the Cholanaikar tribe, a perennially gushing fresh water stream with medicinal properties, hundreds of butterflies, a million fireflies and exotic plants all around, a completely sustainable vegetable garden and much more, this is certainly a secret paradise.
One common thread between these three hidden gems is that each is run by a father and son duo, who are equally passionate about giving back to nature.

Nov 21, 2020 11:00 AM in India

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