About 220kms from Delhi via Sohna, Alwar and Rajgarh, is a cluster of twenty cottages built along the lines of an Indian village. Thatch-roof huts, each with a verandah sit-out, looking out onto a lush garden, surrounded by fertile green farm-lands and the sweet freshness of the country-side air, puts you in pleasurable touch with Nature at its best, and makes for a unique rejuvenating experience.
Geejgarh Resort cottages are built on a spacious four acres of land. The food is authentic, organic and local. In keeping with the unsullied natural environment, plastic is discouraged. There is no television, and mobile signals are weak, leaving you free to enjoy quality time with your loved ones, or to reflect by yourself, and reconnect with Nature.
Geejgarh is just off the Agra-Jaipur highway and is ideally situated:
By Air: Nearest Airport Jaipur, 90kms
By Rail: Nearest Station is Dausa/36kms
Activities/Things to do (on request/extra charge)
StarGazing: After dark, simply star gaze and allow the glory of the firmament to captivate you
Places to visit in Geejgarh
Geejgarh Fort: Trek 15-20 minutes up to a low-rise hill and visit the Geejgarh Fort, still a majestic structure, with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
Khadi and Gram Udyog: Visit the Village and Khadi Gram Udyog, and maybe you can catch the weavers at work on the looms
Places to visit near Geejgarh:
Chand Baori Step Well: Visit the magnificent Chand Baori stepwell at Abaneri village, a 45 minutes drive from the Resort. With 3500 steps and 13 storeys, the stepwell has been the filming site for Bollywood and Hollywood films
Mehandipur Bala Ji Temple: Mehandipur Balaji Mandir is a noted Hindu temple, mandir in Dausa district of Rajasthan, dedicated to the Hindu God Hanuman. The name Balaji is applied to Shri Hanuman in several parts of India because the childhood form of the Lord is especially celebrated there. The temple is dedicated to Balaji.
Gatolav Pond Dausa: Gatolav Pond is also one of the famous places in Dausa to visit for holidays. Gatolav Pond offers really some nice landscapes capturing live moments like Animals in The Forest, Water in The Mountains, and Fun in The Sun.
Bhadrawati Palace: Bhadrawati Palace is popularly known as Bhandarej Fort and is situated in Bhandarej. In the 11th century after Kachawa chieftain, Dhula Rao Saheb conquered Bhandarej, this palace was built. The palace displays the architectural style of Mughal and Rajput, which comprises arched windows and verandahs painted neatly.