Tucked away deep amidst nature, The Hermitage Homestays offers you a piece of earth where you can finally meet yourself.
Did you not always have that urge to go somewhere incognito, to read a book besides a river, to try meditation, to take a quiet walk watching birds, to see a potter making pots or just to tune your skills at cooking the way the locals do ? If even one of these urges has been niggling at you lately, then The Hermitage Homestays is the place you need to head out to.
Half an hour’s drive away from Khajuraho airport or railway station, the place offers good connectivity while ensuring a secluded and peaceful stay away from the hubbub of populated areas.
For bird-watchers it is a paradise, what with a whole host of wintering migratory birds nesting and feeding in the Ken River. Take a row boat to observe them closely and, who knows, you may be lucky to spot a crocodile sunning itself. You can observe the interesting fishing techniques of the locals or take a walk in the bylanes of a Bundelkhandi village. You can also help out with whatever farming activity is going on at the farm, if you so wish. Conversely, you may break off and take a safari drive in the Panna Tiger Reserve or go visit the famed temples of Khajuraho.
During evenings you could have the electrifying experience of hearing a Tiger or a Leopard call accompanied by a whole range of jungle calls – all this while having a coffee at The Sun Downer’s Point (The Machaan) and watching a mauve sunset over the Ken River.
Living in nature’s lap in rustic surroundings while having the basic necessities and soaking all the timeless sights and sounds on offer you will wish that time had stood still; that you had stayed a couple of days longer. The Hermitage Homestays is that kind of a place – it will make you want to come back again and again.
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