11 Secret Hotels In India Where You Can Truly Get Away From The Internet
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These hideaways are the sacred saviors from the city rush. You not only need tranquil swish of wind and the silence of the forest but also a calm and undisturbed retreat to spend your days in absolute disconnect from the world. You want the luxury of nature on a silent mode at a zero gadget buzz zone. Here's a tour list of hotels in India giving you the much sought after disconnect from the world.


1. Elephant Valley Eco Farm, Kodaikanal
If you’re moving away from the civilization then it better be for the best. 20 kms away from Kodaikanal, these eco farms attract eco-tourist year round. This old elephant migration route is a biodiversity hotspot and gives you more reasons to move away from the crowd and spend your days in one of the twenty eco friendly bungalows in the wilderness equipped with solar light and firewood.
2. The Tamara, Coorg
Amidst the greens of the Western Ghats, The Tamara Coorg brings you a unique experience of blissful solitude in the luxury cottages overlooking the vast Kabbinakad Estate. With the freshness of the Arabica and cardamom plantation, this retreat in the lap of nature gives you immense opportunities to be one with the nature. The Rudraksh trail, bird watching and the rejuvenating studio spa would leave you with nothing more to ask for.
3. Hidden Valley Retreat
Situated in the wilderness of Wayanad, Kerala, Hidden Valley Retreat lives up to its name and offers a tranquil experience. The homestay is totally disconnected from civilization and while it's not fancy, it is great for someone who wants to experience off-the-grid living. At night time, darkness completely engulfs the area making it perfect for someone seeking solitude.
4. Little Dream, The Morning Surprise!
Located near Manali, this homestay is tucked away in a village called Nasogi and offers peace and a stunning view of the hills. Just 15 minutes away from the Manali bus stand, the cottage is secluded from the hustle-bustle of everyday life and the busy streets of Manali. Just 300m from the cottage is an amazing waterfall, and if you go during the harvesting season, you might find a multitude of apple trees.
5. Home of Gaia - Yogic Abode
The homestay is nestled in an apple orchard, located on a mountain cliff opposite the bustling town of Manali. The place is away from traffic and noise and makes for a perfect secluded getaway. This place is at least a 20 minute hike from the main road and cannot be easily spotted. Hence, you'll have to contact the host once you get to Vashisht. It is a perfect place for artists, musicians, writers, yogis looking for meditative retreats and wanting to connect to nature.
6. Tipperary Colonial Bungalow
The vintage bungalow built in a colonial style reminding one of a Charles Dickens' novel is an absolute gem hidden away at the far end of Yercaud town. The rooms are beautifully decorated, with an astounding view of the city of Salem. It is a perfect getaway from Bangalore, away from your phones and laptops!


7. Cardamom House, Dindigul
The silent haven of Didigul is home to yet another traveler utopia. Cardamom house is a family home to British physician Dr Chris Lucas. Outside the small village of Athoor, these cottages with rooftop terrace overlook a beautiful monsoon dependent Kamarajar Lake. This remote retreat in the foothills of Western Ghats offers immense photographic opportunities with the flowers in bloom, butterflies in the pool garden and wonderful dawn at the adjoining lake.
8. Treehouse Hideaway, Bandhavgarh
This is the dream hidden amidst the 21 acres jungles of the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. The treehouse balconies overlook the exquisite Bandhavgarh National Park with the highest count of tigers in the country. A traditional jungle living experience that has been in your bucket list awaits you here.
9. Tranquil, Sultan’s Battery
From one treehouse to another, there is no reason to step down yet. Sultan’s Battery, watch tower constructed by Tipu Sultan 4km from Mangalore. The quaint tree houses at Tranquil Plantation Hideaway amidst coffee and vanilla plantation is an ideal escape into the wild.
10. Serenity, Vazhoor
Located at the Kanam Estate on a small hilltop, at Serenity you are enrapt in the scents of tropical spices. This private villa hotel prides itself for its vintage architecture and heritage ambience. If you wish to spend more time with elephants than with people, this is the choicest destination giving an exquisite Malabar escape.
11. The Auli Resort, Auli
The snowcapped peaks of Garhwal are a loner’s paradise throughout the year. These tourist bunglows on the heavenly white slopes are the Himalayan elysium. If you wish to hide away, make sure that it’s a wondrous hideaway and the bungalows on the snow blankets at Auli give you a bite full of nature you can savour for life.



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