History & Culture
Situated 20 minutes away from the resort, the splendid monuments of Jaipur deserve a visit. Those huge fortresses of Mughal and Rajput reigns, the Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, Jaigarh, Jal Mahal aptly describe the culture of the city. Jantar Mantar of Jaipur, the largest of all five similar monuments is an observatory basically, which is indeed an architectural spectacle. Jaipur is a shoppers’ Elysium. You can find many different kinds of handicrafts, jewellery, fabrics and even carpets here. Jaipur represents the rich and vibrant lifestyle and tradition of Rajasthan. It offers the best traditional Rajasthani artwork and textiles from this city are world famous.
While a stay at the sanctuary that is The Tree House Resort itself rejuvenates your body, and mind; A therapy with our expert masseurs at the Taruveda Spa will revitalize your soul by bringing in union; well-known wellness regimes of Ayurveda, yoga and Vedanta and the best international wellness experiences. Yoga and meditation is also available on prior request.
Wine & Dine
Enjoy an Amalgamation of Indian and Global Culinary Traditions, hand crafted by our chefs for your pleasure. We deliver a farm to plate experience by growing all our herbs organically at the resort and by curating palettes that pique senses through innovative gastronomic techniques. We welcome you to savour a drink with history at the famous Peacock Bar, a 400-year-old Mughal relic carefully restored and reinstated at the resort. The luxurious “Legacy Bar” at the newly established Earth house, beckons you to indulge with a delectable dirty martini or even the choicest of Cuban cigars.
Back to Basics
We curate a plethora of activities that assist our guests in transporting their tired urban minds away from their concrete confines and back to the rustic way of life led by our ancestors: from learning to ride a bullock cart to assisting our chef in plucking fresh produce from our organic herb garden; from learning to cook local delicacies from our expert chefs to getting your hands dirty while learning pottery making from the local craftsman. To top it all, we even involve your children in “Plant a Sapling” exercise to help develop their bond with Mother Nature.
With 150+ avian species along with a multitude of mammals and reptiles that are found here in this 300-acre sanctuary, wild exploration with our in-house naturalist is a must-do for all nature lovers. Whether its nature treks, bicycle safaris, camel cart rides or gypsy safari; a ride in the wild transports you from the noise of the bustling cities to a serene abode. An hour’s drive from the resort brings you to the World’s best kept secret and the jewel of Jaipur; Jhalana. What is already being considered as one of the best places in the world to see wild leopards and hyenas and that too within a busy city is a thing of miracles. It is definitely an experience worth considering.
Less than 3 hours away from the resort, lies the Salasar Balaji or Salasar Dham. Built in 1754 AD, it is a place of religious importance for the devotees of Lord Hanuman. It lies in the religious circuit that includes the pilgrim centres of Rani Sati Temple, Jeen Mata and Khatushyamji, which are located close to it. Initially a small construction, the temple of Salasar Balaji is now considered to be a Shakti Sthal (a shrine) and Swayambhu (self-creation) by faith, belief, miracles and wish fulfilments of the devotees.