Climate change in recent years has been extreme, with harsh winters extending into extremely hot summers. It’s also inspiring to see people taking the initiative to make the world a better place to live by making a conscious decision.
By creating an opportunity for eco-friendly living, Odisha is paving the way for eco-friendly retreats in India, for an eco-friendly lifestyle.
The state has set up an eco-resort on the idyllic Ramchandi beach for glamping (glamorous camping). Fall asleep to the sound of the waves and wake up to panoramic ocean views. The glamorous camp promises more thrilling experiences of Odisha’s rich historical and architectural heritage.
“The Odisha eco-retreat is not just about ancient landmarks and monuments; it is also about living outdoors on the beach, enjoying water sports and making conscious decisions. Internal discussions have taken place. place to replicate the eco-retreat in the Indian market,” said Samit Garg, Founder, E Factor Experiences Ltd.
While camping is already pretty eco-friendly, there are ways to make it even more. The eco-retreat at Konark has ensured that their camping gear designs are environmentally friendly. From cleaning products to bamboo toothbrushes for personal care, to the dry grass bin, sustainable options were everywhere.
Offering an unparalleled experience, visitors are treated to cultural performances, guided tours to nearby destinations of natural, cultural, historical and architectural significance, and other recreational activities including thrilling water sports, boat rides mountain biking, beach volleyball and archery.
“Travelers must visit the Sun Temple, Konark Museum, Baulkham Shrine and Golden Puri Beach, which was recently recertified as a Blue Flag beach. Guests interested in arts and crafts can visit Saharanpur, a heritage handicraft village where every household is an art gallery unto itself.This luxurious beachside retreat is surely an indulgent vacation space, away from the hustle and bustle of city life to rediscover yourself” , says Sachin R Jadhav, Director of Tourism, Government of Odisha.