Nepal
India, islands & Himalayas

At The Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel they believe in the need for maintaining harmony between body, mind, spirit and earth in order to enjoy a peaceful, healthy and balanced life. Drawing on ancient Hindu scriptures, Buddhist medicine and traditional Himalayan knowledge, the resort is founded on a philosophy of respecting nature and the self.

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the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
the dwarika's resort dhulikhel
Ana Bru

Ana Bru

Owner & High-end Travel Specialist

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Nepal, India, islands & Himalayas, Asia

The resort has been built primarily using natural materials such as stone, wood, earth and traditional building method of lime with brick dust. In interior spaces, natural fibres and colours have been used, and they have used paints that are less harmful to the environment. Bathroom fittings were specifically produced for Dwarika’s, and were made without the use of chemicals.

The resort also incorporates other environmental systems, including water re-harvesting, grey water treatment, solar lighting and recycling of food and other waste.

Their hope is that no matter what you are seeking, after a stay at The Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel you will depart with a greater sense of peace. Their aim is to inspire and to offer the opportunities for you to explore your physical body and your inner self, to explore nature, and to revive yourself at a pace and in a way that is right for you.

Key points:

  • Location: In Dhulikhel.
  • Accommodation: Each space and suite at the resort is unique, and has been created to showcase and celebrate nature’s various forms. Throughout, a simple, spacious and rustic style complements the tranquil surroundings.
  • Activities: Pottery, meditation, yoga, block printing, cookery, hiking, nature walks and spa.
  • Cuisine: Zen Buddhist cuisine based on the diet that was originally followed by monks in training. The five tastes are combined with the five colours and five ways of cooking to satisfy one’s appetite in a disciplined and nutritious way. Creatively offering vegetarian Japanese cuisine that is light on sodium and other flavourings, a meal at Mako’s Zen is a feast for the senses and easy on the body.
  • Best season: From March to June and from September to November.
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