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Who wouldn't want to breathe fresh air in a clean, unpolluted environment that encourages sustainability? Therefore, we recommend taking a break from your urban routine and visiting one of the Eco farms in India. A stay on an organic farm will allow you privileges that city life has robbed you of. You can sing with the birds, touch the earth, feel the freshness, and know your food. Unblemished rural life is what India is all about.

Learn about the way of life farm stays in India promote and the causes they support!

Starting in the north, we explore ecological and organic farm stays that offer refreshing getaways in the south.


Himalayan Orchard, Himachal Pradesh

Himalayan Orchard lies 70 km beyond Shimla, a peaceful escape amid the serene locales of the Himalayas. In the apple belt of the great mountain range, the Himalayan Orchard is a family-run farmstay. It is the perfect place to rejoice, meditate, or simply enjoy nature. Homegrown food and warm hospitality will make you feel at home all the way.

At Himalayan Orchard - a warm homestay where tourists are treated as guests - you can enjoy a top-notch stay with all amenities. Farm activities such as cooking or milking a cow are always appreciated and welcomed by them.

Dewalokam Farmstay Retreat, Karimannoor, Kerala

A Syrian Christian family's organic ancestral farm, Dewalokam, is located in the countryside. The name means "paradise" and the property certainly is! It is located just 90 minutes from Kochi airport in the spice belt of Kerala, bordered by a placid river and nature reserve. Guests can enjoy a wide range of activities including spice walks, village walks, bamboo rafting, temple visits, cow milking, and swimming. You can also just relax in a hammock! We also offer yoga, Ayurveda, and cooking holidays. In the main guesthouse, eight spacious, air-conditioned rooms overlook the forest and river. A traditional house with three bedrooms is also located in the forest.

Prakriti – Kaushal’s Ecological Farms, Punjab

Nectar Pal Kaushal's conservation initiatives make Prakriti Farms your ideal wilderness getaway. It provides a countryside living experience only 45 km outside of Chandigarh, making it one of the most delightful farmstays in India. Consider a short family getaway here to escape the rat race and enjoy a few days in nature. If you are confused between the many attractions in Chandigarh or Delhi in general, this is a good choice.

The accommodation at Prakriti Farms is well-equipped - you can choose from Thatch and Mud Deluxe Cottages as well as cottages overlooking the Kinnow orchard and Swiss Luxury Tents. Mobile Connectivity is excellent, but everything else here keeps you close to nature. Mesmerizing views of the Shivalik ranges, homely hospitality, and delicious home-cooked food further enhance the experience.

Maachli, Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra

Maachli is a divine farmstay, situated in Parule village on the far south Konkan Coast of Maharashtra. The nearest beaches are Bhogwe and Tarkarli. Maachli means "elevated huts" in the local Malvani language. Built deep within nature among the Samant family's coconut, betel nut, banana, and spice plantations, the property features four architecturally designed huts. There is a sweet water stream that runs through the property, and everything revolves around it. Responsible tourism is also emphasized. There are village walks, cooking lessons, farm experiences, and trekking.

Banni Khera Farm, Haryana

Banni Khera, a community-based project that works in collaboration with Haryana tourism, was initiated by Kunwar KV Singh. In order to promote sustainable farm tourism, the community extends a warm welcome to tourists.

Banni Khera's eco-friendly farmstay offers guests a taste of authentic rural India, its culture, and its traditions. A variety of family-friendly activities are also available. You can choose from day trips and stay packages based on your favorite activities.


Bon Farmhouse, Sikkim

Banni Khera, a community-based project that works in collaboration with Haryana tourism, was initiated by Kunwar KV Singh. In order to promote sustainable farm tourism, the community extends a warm welcome to tourists.

Banni Khera's eco-friendly farmstay offers guests a taste of authentic rural India, its culture, and its traditions. A variety of family-friendly activities are also available. You can choose from day trips and stay packages based on your favorite activities.


The Goat Village, Garhwal District, Uttarakhand

Green People founded Goat Village to increase markets for organically farmed products and boost local incomes. It is perhaps the best way to experience rural India. The property is used for organic farming and goat farming. Each cottage has its bathroom. The homestay is run as a homestay, with local villagers providing hospitality and cooking delicious regional cuisine. In addition to exploring the local way of life, guests can trek to Nag Tibba Mountain and go camping (all arrangements will be handled). Trekking to the village takes about an hour. Pantwari, a couple of hours' drive from Mussoorie, is the closest motorable village. Do note that electricity is minimal (just enough to charge phones). The Goat Village also has other properties in Uttarakhand.

The Indian economy is based on agriculture, and agritourism is one of the newest concepts to revolutionize the Indian tourism industry. The increasing popularity of homestays in India has led to a growing number of farmstays (essentially a homestay on a farm). In the fresh country air, they provide an authentic and interactive experience of rural life. Stay at one of these locations and enjoy the real India at its best. For more Interesting blog keep reading Travographer.

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