The Space'Farm of Happiness' (Aanandache Shet) is an Agro-Eco Tourism destination in Konkan where we grow food organically... Rather naturally. So, why is it called Agro-Tourism? Agro Tourism destination simply means, tourism at an agricultural place... A farm. How does a capsicum grow? Do watermelons grow on trees like mangoes? Is cashew nut a fruit or a seed? How is rice grown before it lands into a super market or a store? What is nature's role in producing all of this, if a farmer grows this? What is a farmers 'KRA' in his career? Curious, aren't you? 'Farm of Happiness' is the destination where you find answers to these questions. Here, we dream and strive to provide an earthy, peaceful and happy living amongst the farm full of alphanso mango trees, cashew trees, select seasonal crops and vegetables and a lot of wild tree varieties. Fulfil your enthusiasm to live with a farmer, enjoy chilling in a traditionally designed Konkani house and have fun in participating the farming (URL HIDDEN) e to the 'farm of happiness", a mix of wild and a farm spread across 20 acres, where we introduce you to the concept of natural farming and also eating consciously (know what you eat and where does it come from). Not just the fun filled farm work but how about an early morning trail of the wilds to listen to some rare bird songs? Or sleeping on an open 'Machaan' under a star studded night? You may be a naturist or one wanting to just chill in a hammock under the trees, happiness... Is assured. Guest AccessAn ethenic, traditionally built Konkani house with 3 individual rooms and a living room is where you can stay with a group of 2 or upto 20. Interaction with GuestsIt's a home stay / farm stay, so we are there to host your stay, take you around the farm property and the surroundings. The NeighborhoodGanapatipulé, just about 27 kms from the farm and about a 40 minutes drive, is most known for the Hindu God Ganesha’s temple with a historic background of around 400 years and mesmerizingly scenic beaches are a major attraction here. Getting AroundBook yourself on some major trains on the Konkan Railway route to get down at Sangameshwar Road Station (17 kms from the farm) or Ratnagiri Station (55 kms from the station). With advance booking, we can confirm a paid pickup from these stations.
Closest metro: Pune (290 kms), Mumbai (320kms) are 7-8 hours away by drive.
Closest airport: The closest airports are Mumbai International Airport (326km) and Goa International Airport (274km), both of which are well connected to most major Indian cities. Other Things to NoteFarm Tour, Nature Trails, Village Walks, Farm Work, Bird Watching, Boat ride in the nearby village, visit to Ganapati Pule and other places around the village.