Six Senses Bhutan
Six Senses Krabey Island
Six Senses Fiji
Six Senses Fort Barwara
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Six Senses Laamu
Six Senses Samui
Six Senses Yao Noi
Six Senses Con Dao
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay
Six Senses Botanique
Six Senses Fort Barwara reflects the history and heritage of the Barwara community as it has unfolded over generations. The 700-year-old palace and temples have been responsibly restored using traditional building techniques used in Rajasthan sensitively incorporating efficient design elements such as rainwater collection tanks and solar panels to complement rather than detract from the beautiful and historic architecture. From this significant conservation effort that reinterprets the gracious and regal ambiance of a bygone era, to our work to protect the wider Barwara community, lake, and landscape, we minimize our negative impacts and maximize our positive ones.
saplings planted as part of our rewilding project
waste diversion rate
264 / 120 pounds / kilograms
organic vegetables produced
plastic bottles avoided in 2021 by bottling our own drinking water
Together with our hosts, we are firmly committed to improving the ecological and carbon footprint from activities associated with the resort and spa operations.
Our rewilding project aims to conserve the natural habit by removing invasive species such Prosopis Juliflora and by planting native and endemic trees and plants which are vital for a healthy ecosystem.
Not only do our building practices make responsible use of the natural land topography, we are also rooted in the local culture. Working closely with architects, artisans and suppliers who live nearby. Supporting the farmers who believe in the same ethical and sustainability standards as we do. Helping local schools with their English-language education courses and lunch programs. Donating medical equipment to the local hospital. Partnering with the Barwara Trustees, to ensure that we collaborate with them on programs that benefit the local villagers.
We provide locals a platform to showcase their handcraft which have been passed on for generations and sell their products.