Woods At Sasan launches “Baarish” - a slow, immersive monsoon retreat in the Sasan Gir Forest

Nature walks and birding tours with Sattvic-based culinary experiences nourish the mind, body and soul

August 30, 2022: Monsoons are the perfect time to soak in the beauty of the greenery. Nestled in the forest, Woods At Sasan is a modern retreat in the woods and is the first of its kind in India – a luxury retreat based on biophilia and grounded in sustainable practices. 

Woods at Sasan Nature experiences

The retreat has launched a perfect blend of nature and luxury - “Baarish” by Woods At Sasan. It is a slow monsoon retreat curated by wellbeing, sattvic diets, nature and culture experts. Experience the beauty of wilderness and nature in all its glory while you rejuvenate and unwind from the fast-paced city life.

Woods at Sasan Nature experiences

The Baarish experience includes, among other things, guided Nature Walks and Birding Tours, Monsoon Special Som Wellbeing Therapies, Sattvic-based culinary experiences to nourish the mind, body and soul, Sound Healing and Lifestyle consultations as well as evenings spent in art and craft – pottery, movies, vintage car rides or a day experience in the village.

With Baarish, guests can enjoy the beauty of the season as you slow down over three nights and four days stay, immerse in a soulful dance with the weather, and feel the earth coming alive to enrich the senses.

Woods at Sasan pottery

Woods At Sasan presents a genuinely sustainable, immersive way of living with nature and wellbeing that can be integrated into daily life practices.

Reservations can be made here.

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