Treehouse Hideaway

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve


The five carefully situated Tree houses, each set it its own large tree, are spread in a twenty one acre forest, that merges into the jungles of one of the finest tiger reserves in the world. It is not uncommon to spot animals from the privacy of one's own balcony overlooking the landscapes below, and flat topped plateau of Bandhavgarh Fort.  Designed in a fetching fusion of traditional jungle living and contemporary design, the tree houses are all self contained and offer a perfect and romantic getaway for a couple who enjoy their privacy. The bedrooms are furnished with understated accessories in natural and earthy tones. Specially designed Suzuki jeeps accompanied by a trained English speaking resident naturalist will ensure a comfortable and knowledgable interpretation of the glorious park.


Rooms

Five 'Tree homes' combining all the fun of tree top living, all en suite with large doors opening onto decking verandahs under the tree's spreading branches. All air conditioned, comfortably furnished with clever use of wooden features.

Meals

Package includes all meals in a large separate treehouse, with bar. Indian, Continental and barbeque meals to suit guests.

Facilities

Treetop dining around Mahua Tree, with terraced bar. Game viewing hides built around a waterhole for mammal and birdwatching with professinal naturalists.

Activities

Twice daily game drives with expert naturalists; village and market visits; walking; biking and birdwatching options.

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