What is It?

A beautiful village resort that keeps the essence of rural heritage alive. With lush green farms in the background, this serene getaway lets you take a break from the hustle-bustle of city life.

Where is It?

It is peacefully located in the fields of Jhajjar, Haryana, at a distance of about 55 kms from Delhi. You can always trust the local fruitwallas and dhaba owners to guide you to your destination.

How Do I Get There?

It is 2.5 hours away from Delhi, so driving down will be your best bet. Try getting there as early as possible, and drive back by the evening. A day is all you need to spare.

What is Unique About It?

potteryThe rural setting enhanced by thatched huts, and gardens with diverse trees are their USPs. You can fill your entire day full of activities like camel rides and tractor rides, and a couple of fun activities like Burma bridge and mud bath. Get your taste of nostalgia, with plenty of old school games you’ve grown up playing {kabaddi, gilli-danda, pithoo, tug of war; to name a few}.

If you’re not the sporty kind, you can indulge in mehendi application, pottery, or a tranquil head massage.

Best Time to Visit?

The farms open around mid-August, but anytime between October and December is great.

Don’t Leave Home Without?

Sunscreen. Also, make sure you pack your most comfortable attire, and light footwear.

#LBBTip for the journey?

The bigger your group, the more fun it will be. Convince your family and friends to join in and make this one-day trip an unusual picnic experience.

What to Shop for/Buy?

The place has its own rural haat stocked with colourful bangles, footwear and handicrafts. Don’t leave before checking this little market out.

What to Eat?

You’ll love how they keep you happy throughout the day by serving delightful cuisine from the states of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan – a culinary experience that you will relish for a while.

Where: Near Railway Station, Gwalison Road, Jhajjar, Haryana

Contact: +91 9999964266

Price: INR 960 {per person above 10 years of age}; INR 510 {per child between 5 and 10 years of age}

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