Explore The 69-Year-Old Legacy Of This Biodynamic Farm Stay In Saurashtra

Explore The 69-Year-Old Legacy Of This Biodynamic Farm Stay In Saurashtra

Nestled amidst the wilderness and lush green landscapes of the majestic Gir Forest is a humble old farm stay that boasts of a 69-year long legacy. Wild Jai Farm in Saurashtra is a 50-acre farm stay that is deeply connected to nature. Run by four generations of forest conservationists and organic farmers, Wild Jai offers an experience that is introspective and transformative all at once.

The property prides itself on the symbiotic relationship that it shares with nature and wildlife. It is also home to the Asiatic lion and Hanuman langur. The small team at Wild Jai is constantly experimenting and evolving its practices in an attempt to become more attune with its natural and self-sustaining environment.

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One of the key elements that make up Wild Jai Farms, is their synchronic co-existence with nature and wildlife. Right from the ancient trees that surround the river bank to upholding the traditional practices of the local communities surrounding the property, the owners have made sincere efforts to keep the space untouched and pristine.

The team which is currently undergoing a transformation from organic to biodynamic farming, which negates all chemical interferences in the growth of the produce, is now also shipping limited batches of products right from delectable Gir Kesar mangoes to bottled organic ghee.

Get in touch with the team here.

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