An Eco-friendly place the like of which you might have dreamt as most beautiful but not seen is calling.
Exotic beauty, picturesque scenery, and salubrious climate, that is what Raadballi Retreat is. Tired of the dreary routine of like of a metropolis, what a man need is an instant relief. Raadballi offers an altogether different perspective and meaning in life. It means a definite escape from the monotonous concrete jungle of the cities to the serenity of the real jungle; a great change for great rejuvenation.
Lush green forest, narrow village terrains, scenic meadows and much more awaits the visitor at Raadballi Retreat. Relax and live with nature is our call.
Flushing greenery of mixed jungle trees, bushes and herbs can easily force a joyful imagination through the mind. Slopes and ridges with dotted homesteads add to the Eco-cultural simplicity of rural living. To nudge your curiosity further a series of Jamun trees all along the adjoining seasonal rivulet distinguish Raadballi Retreat as a class apart. Guava and mango plantation in the foreground with hundred of Amla, lemon, orange, Ghamirdi, and pomegranate trees fortify our claim to be an ideal eco-friendly resort.
Proliferating wildlife in its natural habitat so close to it can only add to the thrill. While smaller birds have built their nests and made Raadballi their breeding den, the bigger ones like Red Jungle Fowl most often feed in the foreground. Peacock, partridges, barking deer, porcupine, ant eater, wild boar, and sambhar or barasingha habitat on the slopes all across the place. Barking deer, Red Jungle fowl, and peacock can easily be heard making their melodious calls far and near day long. After sunset, the jungle again enlivens with entirely different tones of numerous species of crickets and night birds.
Our herbal garden organic aloe vera, ginger, chilies, tulsi, kali basunti, and pudina produce. Flower beds and rose plants all along the free lawn space enhance the eco-friendly tinge.
Pong lake, an international Ramsar site provides a resting place for 1 to 1.5 lacs trans Himalayan migratory birds from October to March every winter. Birds watching, boating and water sports add to the charm. A trek to Masroor temple through eco-friendly rural forest trek means real adventure.
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