Well-informed or conversant travellers seek lodges, such as hotels and resorts that are environmentally friendly. Tracking the growing demand, many hotels/resorts have adopted methods that are beneficial to both the environment and the guests.
Travelling to a destination like Nainital, visitors can stay at lodges that are built using the natural or recycled materials, like wood, stones, clay, reeds and grass, found in the vicinity. They are tactfully constructed, with huge windows, to capture the wind and the light thus, reducing the use of electricity. The rooms of the resort offer the much needed comfort with well-furnished rooms and attached bath. The rooms are fitted with comfort rendering amenities such as TV, room heater, coffee/tea maker, etc.
Situated on acres of lush green land, the green resorts in Nainital enjoy the rich simplicity of the rural setting amidst farms and orchards. Some of the eco friendly resorts in Nainital also own organic farms and orchards that supply non-toxic or chemical free vegetable and fruits to the kitchen. Gray water from the kitchen and the sink is used to water the garden and vegetable patch, thus saving water. Segregated wet waste from the kitchen is converted into useful organic manure for these vegetable patches and garden. Benefiting from Nature, these resorts harness the energy from the sun and the wind converting them into valuable usage.
Being close to Nature, Nainital offers the ever so exciting bird watching breaks, beautiful trekking excursions and boating in the Bhimtal Lake.
The resorts are self-contained! They offer their guests the comfort and facility of a library, indoor game room, gardens, parking space, and a restaurant with a modern kitchen. Most of the eco friendly resorts in Nainital have plush pools, spas and health clubs. The spas offering treatments of honey, flowers, natural oils, and other natural commodities that are easily available in the surrounding. These resorts are solely dedicated to conserve and protect the environment.
Explore the untraded localities, hiking on the tallest peak in Nainital, or just gaze at the silent valleys as the sun sets, spreading a heavenly hue.