Rishikesh, December 07: If you are a hotelier or an investor planning to start hospitality projects at some of the breathtaking hill stations in the country, then you ought to visit @naturevillakyarki. Thanks to Amit Kumar, a nature lover and founder of Nature Villa Café and Homestay, who has pushed all boundaries to carve a niche in the hospitality sector in the hill stations of India.
Amit’s mission and vision are to further boost the hospital sector in the hill stations across the country by providing a homely atmosphere to the guests and a 108 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) to the investors and hoteliers.
Amit Kumar, who hails from a lower middle-class family, had big dreams when he grew up. After completing his 12th class studies, Amit could not study further due to family issues. From a very young age, he started doing petty jobs to earn a living for himself and his family.
“I did a lot of petty work with passion and hard work. After a few years, I met with an accident and went into depression. This was when I decided to shift to Rishikesh. It was the people of Rishikesh and its atmosphere that helped me a lot in coming out of depression and shaping my future,” said Amit Kumar.
“Since Rishikesh is a hotspot for tourism and pilgrimage, I decided to foray into the hotel sector. This is how Nature Villa Café and Homestay was established. Today, we are providing investment ideas to the hoteliers and investors for investing in the hill station hospitality sector, ” said Kumar.
According to Amit, the key to Nature Village is to provide better hospitality at a lower price which will be feasible for all communities planning to open hotels in all hill stations in the country. Nature Villa offers excellent hospitality, friendly hosts, and homely food at a lower cost.
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