To add a little fun to your visit, we bring a bit of “South America” to your life. A non-native tree to India again, The Jacaranda gets its name from a genus of 49 species of flowering plants in the family “Bignoniaceae”, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas. that has been widely planted elsewhere because of its attractive and long-lasting violet-coloured flowers. This award winning tree is also known as the jacaranda, blue jacaranda, black poui, or fern tree. In the wild the Jacaranda has reached a “Vulnerable” status according to the International organization monitoring the same.

Located at the backside of our Main Villa right beside the “Gulmohar” room, this room includes an emperor size four poster bed with a view of the beautiful Tooth Mountain at the backdrop and an artificial stream and landscaped areas that have been created in the North-West of the property. Exotic art work fills the walls of the room and the bathroom. The large bathroom has a large shower area and a wide sink and WC.

The room has a small bed area near the bay windows which is like a mini-children’s room, where the art work changes to child-like form. This area can sleep small children or even an extra adult can sleep. The stained glass windows give a church-like feel, and the sculptors and the exotic landscaping invite you into the room at the entrance.