Tell us if you belong to any of the categories below, and we may be able to work out something special for you:
Solo women travellers – If you are a solo woman traveler wanting to put down roots for a few days, while feeling safe and eating healthy, Savista may be just the place for you;
Bird watching groups: The estate and its environs abound with common birds of the northern Indian plains. A stay at Savista can be combined with a rewarding day trip to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site;
Craft enthusiasts: If you are a textile / craft enthusiast – e.g., hand blockprinting – and want an extended ‘learning holiday’, Savista could be your perfect choice. About 10 kms from Savista is the village of Bagru, one of the two prominent blockprinting cenres in Jaipur, with its ecological and craft history going back 350 years. Savista works to support hereditary artisans in Bagru, and learners will have the opportunity to experience working in a traditional artisanal family studio;
Professional photographers / passionate photography amateurs: Rajasthan’s dramatic landscapes, brilliant colours, and photogenic traditional communities, street scenes, historical monuments and much more, could be any photographer’s dream. Savista has the spaces and tranquility for short or extended photography workshops/rereats;
Retreat organiser looking for a retreat venue: If you are a retreat professional looking for a venue to run your own customized retreat – yoga, textile arts, music, writing, painting, architecture, etc. – Savista could prove to be an ideal location. Savista’s seclusion, its great range of communal spaces, private office spaces, library and other support services, and easy proximity to the Jaipur international airport, historical monuments and craft bazaars, make it an excellent retreat venue;
Cricketing reunions: Savista has a cricketing ground with a good pitch. This makes it an ideal venue for cricketing enthusiasts. The 14 guest rooms can accommodate a team for a few days of reunion, cricket, fun and tourism. Savista’s village, Sanjharia, has its own amateur team which could be invited over to play with you! (for this, prior notice would be necessary).