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    Couples and small groups who enjoy an immersive rustic yet luxurious wilderness experience will thoroughly love their stay at this lodge in Bandhavgarh. Great place for people passionate and enthusiastic about wildlife.

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Bedroom

  • Airconditioning
  • Heating
  • Balcony/ sit out area
  • Television
  • Hot water
  • Tea coffee maker
  • Complimentary water
  • Room Service
  • Internet

Connectivity

  • Wifi
  • Local phone
  • Car rental facility

Spaces

  • Living and lounge area
  • Dining Area
  • Lawns/ gardens

Entertainment

  • Television
  • Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor games

Accessibility

  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair access
  • Child friendly
  • Parking

Housekeeping

  • Towels/ toiletries
  • Laundry

Food

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

Staff

  • Manager
  • Housekeeper
  • Chef/ cook
  • Security personnel

Safety

  • Fire extinguisher
  • Power back up
Below rates are indicative. Send booking request for lowest rates Show rates in Indian Rupee
Room Type Currency 1 November to 31
March '19
Luxury Tent INR 9,500

Rate Includes

  • ​Room tariffs on double occupancy basis
  • Breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner

Additional Details

Taxes

  • GST of 18% will be applicable on these rates

Extra Person Charges

  • No charges apply for children under 6 years of age if sharing the bed with parents

Safari Charges

  • A safari can be booked at INR 7000 per trip which includes safari tickets, jeep charges, guide fees and entry fees for upto 4 people. These rates are subject to change.

Check in and check out time: 12 noon

Awesome Things to do nearby

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Bandhavgarh National Park

​Bandhavgarh National Park, located in Madhya Pradesh is famed to have the highest density of tigers in India. The park is located in the Vindhya Hills of Umaria district and has derived its name from a prominent hillock in the region. The park also holds the largest breeding population of leopards and various species of deer. This tiger reserve is also densely populated with other animals such as the Indian bison which is on the verge of extinction, barking deer, nilgai hyena, caracal, cheetal and the spotted deer. Legend goes that the Maharaja of Rewa also captured the first white tiger in this region in 1951.

Bandhavgarh National Park consists of mixed vegetations ranging from tall grasslands to thick Sal forests and dense bamboo thickets. The drives through this park are very exciting and full of action regardless of what time you decide to go.

The park is divided into three major zones named as Tala, Magdhi and Khitauli. Tala is known to be the richest and most popular zone in terms of tiger density. However, there’s no certainty of spotting of tiger here and hence we highly recommend doing drives across the different zones to really enjoy this park.

Best time to visit: November to April

Closed: 1 July to 15 October

Spotting a tiger on a game drive
Spotting a tiger on a game drive
A view of Bandhavgarh National Park
A view of Bandhavgarh National Park
A view of Bandhavgarh National Park
A view of Bandhavgarh National Park
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Tribal Village Walk

The tribal villages that surround the lush green forests will leave you amazed. Almost all the mud huts are painted blue as the tribes believe in just Lord Shiva, the God who consumed poison that turned his throat blue.

The villages are immaculately clean and beautiful as are the people who reside in them. Each tribe has a unique tattoo design that can be seen on every member typically on the head, arms and legs.

Take a guided walk down any one of these villages and we assure you, it’ll leave a tattoo on your mind as well. Both men and women leave for work early on in the day, so do rise and shine early if you want to have a quick chat with them!

Walk into the tribal village
Walk into the tribal village
Tribe in Kanha
Tribe in Kanha
3

Birdwatching in Madhya Pradesh

Indian Roller. Black Francolin. Painted Francolin. Rain Quail. Blue Breasted Quail. Little Egret. Darters. Stork-billed Kingfisher. Oriental White-eye. Indian Robin. Grey Wagtail. White-throated Kingfisher. And the list goes on…watch small birds, big birds, colourful birds as they fly around from one place to another. Feast for the eyes and senses to say the very least.

Birdwatching in Madhya Pradesh. Photo Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/37683312@N03/9107651463/">swatikul</a> via <a href="http://compfight.com">Compfight</a> <a
Birdwatching in Madhya Pradesh. Photo Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9107651463/">swatikul</a> via <a href="http://compfight.com">Compfight</a> <a