Astroport, Astro Resort At Sariska National Park: 5 Hours Away From Delhi

India’s First Astro-Resort Is Only 5 Hours Away From Delhi & Here’s To A Starlit Weekend

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India’s only astro-resort and adventure camp, Astroport sits pretty near Sariska National Park. And well, if glamping is just something you’ve heard of and never tried, then this is a weekend that you must plan for. Starry skies and the milky way twinkling away, we can promise that this getaway at the astro resort at Sariska National Park will be memorable.

Astro Resort At Sariska National Park

Astroport Sariska, claims to be an astronomy adventure camp that will make sure that you stay up and catch the beautiful skies full of little spots of light and colour. They will place you in swiss tents that are away from the pollution, light and noise of the city and allows for phenomenal photography. 

What Can You Learn?

There will be a guide and educator to inform you about the constellations and you can gaze at the sky through the high quality telescopes, sky charts and other tools. Some of the classes you can sign up for will be about astrophotography, telescope making and zodiac

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And during the mornings, you can enjoy the beautiful wilderness, safari, wildlife photography, birdwatching, rock climbing and more. They prices might seem a bit steep with INR 13,000 a night with bathrooms and INR 5,400 for the pitchable tents. But they claim to be the second darkest spot in India for fabulous photography. And the lakes, temples and more around that area make for fun excursions!

What To Eat?

Their amenities include a dining hall that serve fresh produce and organic food only. And their swimming pool is under construction. 

Head to ASTROPORT- Tehla,Rajasthan,India

Say hello at +91-9278767700 and reservations at reservation@astroportindia.com

Pay INR 5,400 per night

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Featured Photo Courtesy Of: Astroport

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Kasturi has a keen interest in the Arts and burgeoning appetite for travel & culture. She engages with her mania for food, for a living. Based out of New Delhi, she's looking to begin a stationery movement, if only to deal with the impending and existing quarter-life crisis.