amã Stays & Trails
A little coastal town tucked away in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Alibag or Alibaug is a very popular weekend getaway and has earned itself the name of 'mini-Goa', owing to the high tourist footfall all year round. Steeped in colonial history, Alibaug is a quaint little town located about 96 km from Mumbai and 150 km from Pune, and is replete with sandy beaches, clean unpolluted air and plenty of forts and temples, ensuring that despite being a small town, you never run out of activities to do.
Alappuzha, also called Alleppey, is famous for it's wide network of interlinking, palm fringed backwater canals & houseboats adorning the God's Own Country. With azure blue skies, untouched vegetation & fresh produce from the fruit of the sea,Allepey sets the tone for the destination of clean pristine water & intimate holidays in the lap of nature, topped with an enriching cultural experience, best of the Kerala cuisine & art so indigenous, it feels like you have time has stood along its way.
Hidden within the rainforests of Karnataka, Chikmagalur lies in the heart of South India’s coffee plantations. Acres of green hills sit covered in coffee shrubs. Pepper vines climb up the trees as far as your eyes can travel. A retreat here allows you to immerse yourself into a relaxed way of life.
When energies start to flag, a good, steaming Darjeeling brew is never far away. Spread in ribbons over a steep mountain ridge, surrounded by emerald-green tea plantations, Darjeeling is the definitive Indian hill station.
Soft sands, shimmering waters and swaying palms, that is Goa for most people. But there’s more to discover in this tiny yet shining slice of India. amã Stays & Trails in Goa combines elegance with homely comfort and warm service along with authentic local experiences to our guests.
An eminent tourist attraction, Khadakwasla is a pleasant sight to behold. The main attraction is Khadakwasla Dam which is built with state-of-the-art engineering, it is located on the outskirts of Pune. The dam is constructed on River Mutha which is the source of water supply in Pune and its suburban regions. Khadakwasla forms a reservoir, called Khadakwasla Lake which is a perfect spot for a pleasant getaway.
With its crisp mountain air, floating clouds, rolling tea gardens, placid lakes and multi-hued flower beds, Kodaikanal provides an enchanting escape in the South. An incredibly alluring hill station, Kodaikanal is a sanctum of serenity as well as adventure. It’s perfect to trek the dense pine forests, to go horse riding, cycle round the lake, bathe in the waterfalls and then head to our elegant private bungalows and villas to experience our warm hospitality, homely comforts and other familiar pleasures of life.
Defined by rolling green hills, crystal-clear lakes, gurgling waterfalls and ancient rock-cut caves, Lonavala is a spectacular retreat nestled high up in the mighty Sahyadri range in Maharashtra. The cool weather, crisp air and scenic beauty make it an ideal destination for trekking, camping, paragliding and fishing; and for gorging on local delights like the chikki, fudge and the spicy vada pao. Surrounded by nature and tranquillity, amã Stays & Trails in Lonavala blends elegance with homely comfort, warm service and local experiences to provide a rejuvenating break from chaotic city life.
Madh Island is a quaint fishing village amidst the hustle of Mumbai in Maharashtra. Historically being one of the islands which was reclaimed to form the mainscape of Mumbai, Madh Island is an oasis in the city that never sleeps. Famous for breath-taking sunsets across the Arabian Sea, the island is the perfect destination for a quaint intimate time. Seafood aficionados can rejoice at the freshest catch of the sea reaching the bay early morning brought by the Koli community, the ethnic descendants of Mumbai. Known as the most popular destination of respite for the tinsel town & business tycoons of Mumbai.
Breath-taking landscapes reflected on pristine lakes, unending expanses of tea plantations, and rolling hills caressed by blankets of mist – these are only few of many reasons that makes Munnar look like a picture from a postcard. Popularly visited as one of the finest hill stations in Kerala, Munnar is the ideal holiday destination for family, honeymooners, and nature lovers.
The city of joy, as it is popularly called, Kolkata is known for its literary, artistic and revolutionary heritage. Situated on the banks of Hooghly River, this former capital of India still carries an old-world, inimitable charm with its Victorian architecture, slow-moving trams and yellow Ambassador Cabs. While the city has grown as a metropolis, one still gets a peek into the rich culture and culinary legacy of Bengal at the numerous handicraft emporiums, museums, sweet shops and chai addas.
The capital city of the former Kingdom of Marwar, Jodhpur is also known as ‘The Blue City’ owing to the abundance of boxy indigo houses, that seem to create a luscious blue sea in the arid landscape of Thar desert. The city is home to many famed forts, palaces, mausoleums, gardens, lakes, and towers, included the world renowned Mehrangarh Fort and Umaid Bhawan Palace, both of which stand in stark contrast against the city skyline. For the shopping enthusiasts, Jodhpur offers a vibrant textile industry, exquisite furniture shops, delectable cuisine, and bustling bazaars, waiting to be explored.
Nestled amidst the Western Ghats and offering unparalleled views of the mighty Sahyadris, Kamshet is a picturesque village in Maharashtra, and is also known as the ‘paragliding capital of India’. The gurgling waterfalls, monasteries, beautiful temples, and magnanimous hills add to the beauty of this blissful destination that is surrounded by the tranqul Pawna Lake and Uksan Lake. For the History lovers the nearby Tikona Fort, Lohagad Fort, and Visapur For stand as a testament to the rich past of this city.
A picturesque hill station in the Western Ghats, Mahabaleshwar is well known for its numerous rivers, magnificent cascades, and majestic peaks. The point of origin for Krishna River, that flows through several Indian states, this quaint town houses many ancient temples, dense strawberry plantations, and waterfalls, that are each a sight to behold. Zigzagging roads, crisp breeze and vantage points that offer stunning views of hills and valleys make Mahabaleshwar one of the most sought after drivable destination from Mumbai and Pune.
Named after the five majestic hills enclosing it, Panchgani is a well-renowned hill station in Maharashtra, perched at an elevation of over 1,300 meters above sea level. Overlooked by the Sahyadri mountains, this quaint hill town offers stunning views of serene valleys, cascading waterfalls, and dense forests. For the adventure-seekers, Panchgani offers a plethora of adrenaline-fuelled sports including paragliding, rock climbing, trekking, speed boating, and horse riding.