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Things To Do
Our Shillim Estate Retreat has so many exciting activities that you may decide to relax and energize right here.
Health & Wellness - Let us provide an assessment of your diet, guide you through meditation and yoga practice and introduce you to forest therapy. Within our wellness offerings, we also have naturopathy and classes in Ayurveda, Vedanta and Tai Chi. Ask about our organic farm.
Fitness & Activities - We organize groups for Pilates, aqua aerobics, swimming, dancing and ziplining. For a water-based experience, try rowing, paddle boating or sailing on Pawna Lake. Maybe stargazing is your thing, we offer that, too. You'll find bicycles and horses for riding and spaces for creativity with pottery, painting and cooking. Quieter pursuits include bird watching, trekking and forest walks.
Celebration - Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa specializes in special. Make your stay magical with a sunset boat ride on the lake, wine encounters at Reserve or a seat at chef's table. More options include Green Table, Tea House, Valley Bar, breakfast at Shillim Peak and barbeque at MBB.
Spa - A visit to our retreat is only truly complete after a visit to Shillim Spa. Schedule an Ayurveda, body, skin or salon treatment.
Should you want to leave this beautiful retreat, we recommend awe-inspiring Karla caves dating back to 220 BC. The rock-cut Buddhist temple and the temple of Goddess Ekvira are marvels of ancient engineering.
Plan your perfect day:
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Health & Wellness
Our meditation cave is waiting for you at Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat & Spa.
Fitness & Activities
Warm up with some aqua aerobics or take to the lake for some paddle boating.
Savor a set menu at the chef’s table at Hilton Shillim Estate Retreat or ask about our Dine by Design offering.
Our Shillim Spa boasts 70 acres and 17 treatment rooms.
The name of the fort is derived from the word ‘Tikon’ – triangle in Marathi. It is a popular trekking destination.
Also known as Kathingad or the difficult fort, this fort was used as a watch tower and for giving warning signals to other forts in the vicinity.
Located on an ancient trading route that divided north India from South India, a visit to the Karla caves will take you back more than 2000 years.