Svasara Jungle Lodge

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Svasara Jungle Lodge at Tadoba is a conservation-focused wilderness lodge offering wildlife enthusiasts an educational and immersive jungle holiday.  A convenient two hour drive of only 100 kilometres from the major city of Nagpur which has excellent air and rail connectivity, Svasara is set over ten acres at Kolara Gate near the Kolara tribal hamlet and bordering the beautiful Tadoba Tiger Reserve. Svasara, an old Sanskrit word, means a “nest” - a place of security, comfort and belonging that exists in harmony with nature.  Over the last year alone, the lodge has planted over a thousand jungle trees and plants, and has a nursery growing thousands more.  Lodge activities include jeep safaris, nature treks and conservation talks with expert naturalists.

A new development is “The Teakhouse” - a pavilion made of recycled old wood and other natural materials that encompasses Svasara’s Outdoor Dining in the Vegetable Garden, Open-Air Cinema & Conservation Centre, and an Outdoor Tandoor & Bonfire for evening settings.   Evenings at The Teakhouse typically start out under a spectacular starlit sky, with a bonfire lighting up the evening.  Evening drinks and dinner can be enjoyed accompanied by the wonderful sound of chirping crickets.

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12 air-conditioned spacious and luxurious suites with attached elegant bathrooms and equipped with modern amenities. The rooms have chic aesthetics while celebrating local art, and include high vaulted ceilings, premium bedding, sofas within each suite, private outdoor veranda seating, and in-room amenities such as TV, mini-fridge, coffee/tea maker, intercom, safe etc.


Food at Svasara includes a wide selection of Indian, Continental, and local Varadi cuisine with ingredients freshly sourced from Svasara’s organic vegetable garden. The Lodge varies its menu daily so guests can experience and enjoy more variety. An example of a recent dining experience was the “Bihari Litti-Chokha” dinner cooked outdoors traditional-style on a mound of charcoals and served to guests around the bonfire at the newly built Teakhouse.


Safari/Crafts Shop; Solitude Sitting/Reading Gazebo; Wildlife Library; Bicycles; Custom-fitted Jeeps; Laundry; On-call Doctor; Walking Trails on Property; “The Teakhouse” including Open-Air Cinema & Conservation Centre; and Waterhole (coming soon).

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