The rich ecosystem of our forest means you are never far from wildlife during your stay. In the daytime, toque macaques hang out in the jackfruit and kumbuk trees, peacocks strut around the lawns. In the evening listen to the calls of frogs and barking deer punctuate the background hum of cicadas. The evening sees the night time inhabitants come out to play, with golden palm civet, porcupines, and wild elephants occasionally traipsing through our grounds. A rich array of birdlife and butterflies live in the forest, thriving in the pesticide free environment. Along with the jackfruit, pepper vines, coffee and kithul trees, grow trees such as hora, kumbuk, and mee, endemic species which have become rare due to deforestation, these along with bamboo and rare orchids are being reintroduced as part of our reforestation programme, to reintroduce rare native species to the forest. A critical part of our eco and sustainable tourism ethos.