Red Earth Kabini

Nagarhole Tiger Reserve

Karnataka

Red Earth Kabini’s ten acres is set on a peninsula, bordered by the picturesque backwaters of the Kabini Dam, which flows on into the mighty Nagarhole and Bandipur reserves nearby. Red earth mud walls are the predominant colour and texture of the comfortable cottages together with thatch roofs and bamboo verandas, laid out around waterholes. The fact that three suites are deliberately kept for honeymooners suggests that this is a place to indulge your senses. With marbled hot tubs in every cottage and the ‘wetland’ bar in the middle of an island, you would be right to consider it as a romantic getaway – with wildlife as an added extra.
  • Jungle safaris; bird watching with in-house naturalist; musical and theatrical performances; fishing trips in coracles along the backwater of Kabini; cycling; Tibetan monastery visits.
  • 20 cottages are set in 2 clusters of 10 cottages around a small lake, 3 of these are Honeymoon cottages and 1 cottage is designed for the physically challenged. All cottages are air-conditioned with their own open-to-thesky hot tubs
  • Food here is prepared using organic vegetables sourced from the local villages. A colonial style bar makes for a great place to relax in the evening.
    Open all through the year.

  • Open all through the year.
  • Nearest airport - Mysore (64 km), Bangalore (201 km)
    Nearest railhead - Mysore (60 km), Bangalore (204 km)
    Nearest park gate - Dommankatte (6 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome. They can watch wildlife movies or documentaries, be entertained by a magic show in the evening, go cycling, or play some indoor games.
  • From £116 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Bikes
  • Spa
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi access

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Nagarhole Tiger Reserve

Looking to view some of India’s most impressive herds of elephants? Then, you’re in the right place. This park is part of a contiguous 5,500 square kilometre landscape (ideal habitat for these pachyderms) of the Nilgiri Biosphere reserve, bordering three States in the Western Ghats - Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Named after the river Nagarhole that snakes through its rich tropical forests, it is a combination of two Kannada terms, Nagara meaning cobra and hole meaning river. Together Read more>>

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