Eclectic Flora At Tijara

Tijara Fort-Palace is one of the most exquisite heritage hotels in Rajasthan. Its vast terraced gardens and the views they provide are unique and flamboyant in all regards. It is sure to provide all its guests with a relaxing and enriching experience during their visit. Only a 100 kilometres drive, Relish an amazing weekend getaway from Delhi at this magnificent hotel in Rajasthan.

The non-hotel hotel offers its visitors the fragrance of fresh greenery that is bound to refresh the senses and provide a soothing aura. What was once a barren hill at Tijara, scattered with stones, is now a garden flourishing with a remarkable number of Indian tropical trees that blossom throughout the year. The radiant yellow Amaltas blooms in June, while the Jacaranda displays its vibrancy right after, in the monsoon.
The place has surely blossomed into a verdant zone and houses trees such as Neem, Arjun, Semal, Amaltas, Kachnar, Pilkhan, Palash, Banana, Tabebuia, Keekar/Acacia, Alstonia, Gulmohar, Jacaranda, and Bottlebrush. Guests can enjoy this lush greenery while strolling down the property. A variety of shrubs and small trees that include Indian rose, Bougainvillea, Tikoma, Uforbia, Champa (Frangipani), Kaner (Oleander), Chandni, Raat ki Rani, Chameli, Harshringar, Morpankhi(Thuja), Hemelia, Ficus, Hibiscus, and Saawani, ensure the ambience remains fragrant throughout the day.
The gardens at Tijara consist of a wide range of palms- Royal palm, Fishtail palm, Date palm, Bismarckia, Livistona, Sago palm, Borassus Aethiopum, and Foxtail palm, which are no less than a delight. These gardens have been compared to the hanging gardens of Babylonia. A comparison to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world is a solid proof of the beauty and charm of these gardens.

The seasonal flowers cover up the parterres with their vibrant colours, like a seamless carpet, in the winters. Experience the best of nature here, at one of the finest heritage hotels in Alwar, Rajasthan.