To nurture body, mind and spirit. The Satvik Resort, (colloq Satvik Sadan) is as an exclusive destination resort for satvik wellness holidays. The resort is designed as a traditional ethnic retreat allowing for modern comforts.
Nestled in the lower Himalayas. The Satvik Resort, offers a stunning panoramic view of the mountains of Karkotak in the North, the ancient Gargi River in the south, and the majestic pyramid mount Haidakhan Kailash in the east. Thus making for a spectacular view, with the vibrations enthralling the guest.
The Satvik Resort has in its proximity, highly picturesque off beat walks and drives amidst vibrant surrounding mountains .
We invite you to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy our retreat away from the pressures of modern life.
Why The Satvik Resort
a combination of privacy with space;
amazing scenic panoramic views with inviting interiors;
an ethnic ambiance with modern comforts.
All in wonderful climate at the lake region of lower Himalayas.
The Satvik Resort offers a choice of accommodation in three dedicated exclusive floors to retreat. Each floor of two thousand square feet, offers 4 rooms with a panoramic view and contains. Outside each room is a cozy private sit out, within a large balcony.
Of course a guest is welcome to explore other areas of our resort such as terraced gardens, yoga theatre, library and can choose to dine at our ethnic restaurant.
A chauffeur driven car can be made available to take a guest to any of the nearby drive to offbeat scenic spots
‘Shri Kailashmukhi’, Bhimtal,
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|Satvik Sadan has been covered in Outlook Traveller‘s -Wellness Destinations Guideas well as -Getaways in Uttarakhand. Tathaastu USA, whose advisory panel includes Sri Sri Ravi Shankar ( Art of Living), Swami Ramdev, Dr.Deepak Chopra & Dr.Dravid Frawley; has covered it in their Dec 08 Jan 09 issue.The following links connect to their online coverage
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