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Travel Start-up, Moonstone Hammock Opens Its ‘Buddha Cafe’ To All

Mumbai, June 2022: Moonstone Hammock has been the pioneer of glamping in Mumbai since 2016. The travel start-up that handpicked exotic, hidden locations in Pawna, Karjat and now, Alibaug, unlocked the most thoughtfully curated camping and glamping experiences coupled with movie nights, live singing and one-of-a-kind workshops.

These experiences are further peppered with a culinary delight at the cute, Boho-style cafe called ‘Buddha Cafe’. What was initially exclusive to campers and glamp-ers, the food realms of Moonstone Hammock are now accessible to all. Whether you’re a weekender ditching the screen and work life, and camping, or are in the mood of a lovely day trip, the Buddha Cafe offers a plethora of cuisines for one and all.

Commenting on the new development, Pradeep Singh Chaudhary, the Co-Founder of Moonstone Hammock,“The pandemic hit all of us hard in different ways. The need to make the most out of life while we can is where we all intersect. With open access to the Buddha Cafe, we aim to not only spread the culinary magic of Moonstone Hammock wide and far, but also look forward to connecting more with campers, glamp-ers and now, foodies. You sipping a Pina Colada with sand-soaked feet surrounded by your favourite people is the kind of memory we want you to take back home.”

Dine with a view of the Ulhas River in Karjat, the Tungi Fort and Pawna Lake in Pawna or the Awas Beach in Alibaug while you gorge on piping hot, lip-smacking food right from Hummus and Pita Bread to Lasagnas and Brownies, and more. With free parking on site, Moonstone Hammock curated a wholesome experience with its Buddha Cafe and Mother Nature.

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