The facilities at this eco resort have been thoughtfully planned to cater to all age groups to ensure your visit is experiential and memorable .
Infinity Pool and Yoga Pavilion
An infinity-edge swimming pool visually flows into the man-made lake and is open from 7 am to 8 pm. Above the lounge and changing rooms, is the Yoga Pavilion which also has an open to sky deck. It is an ideal space for yoga, meditation or bird photography.
Perched majestically at the edge of the man-made lake is the five storied lighthouse.
This column free structure is one of its kind, made of the compressed stabilised earth blocks and offers panoramic views of the Wargal lake, the lush paddy fields and stunning sunrises and sunsets.
Amphitheatre & library
The natural rocks around the lighthouse have been arranged to form a 60 seater amphitheatre.
The tower is approached through a cozy library that also has collectible toys on display.
The central café has an eclectic and warm interiors theme, showcasing unusual and vintage memorabilia. Choose to dine indoors or Al Fresco overlooking a lily pond.
Healthy, sumptuous and homestyle food made from locally sourced fresh produce is at the heart of the cuisine offering.
Challenge friends and family to a match of 5-a-side football, volley ball or basketball.
Adults can work out at the outdoor Gym that adjoins the play area for toddlers.
The Games Room is a great place to bond over Table Tennis, Carrom, Darts or a wide selection of board games, cards and Lego.
"Shinrin Yoku" or Forest bathing is good for both mental and physical well being.
The enchanting man-made forest is densely planted with 7,000 trees and has a two level machaan for birding.
Landscape & gardens
Stroll along the pathways and discover the butterfly garden, the food forest, the bountiful fruit orchard or the various other curated gardens.
Marvel at the myriad butterflies, bees, bugs and birds feeding on the flowers and fruit that have made this a bio-diversity zone.