Tree House Hideaway, Pugdundee Safaris

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Madhya Pradesh

Tree House Hideaway is located in 21 acres of forested land with five private tree houses, held up by stilts, each set in its own tree from where you exist amongst the birds and tree-bound mammals of the surrounding jungle. The lodge’s circular dining hall and watering hole is built around a huge mahua tree. A machaan overlooks a waterhole frequented by wild animals. Beautifully designed in a fusion of traditional jungle living and contemporary styling, it offers an idyllic getaway. The bedrooms are furnished with understated accessories. Each tree house has been cleverly made using natural wood to ensure a harmonious blend within its own wilderness. Real canopy living.
  • Game viewing hides built around a waterhole for mammal and bird watching with professional naturalists; daily game drives; village and market visits; walking; and biking.
  • There are 5 air-conditioned tree houses with en suite bathrooms and large doors opening onto decking verandas under the tree’s branches. 
  • Meals are served in the large tree house with an upper floor bar. Indian, Continental and barbeque meals are prepared to suit your own palette. 
  • Open from 1st October to 30th June.
  • Nearest airport - Jabalpur (170 km), Khajuraho (280 km) 
    Nearest railhead - Umaria (35 km), Katni (95 km) 
    Nearest park gate - Tala (2 km)
  • • 1 child below 5 year is complimentary. Other will be charged @ 25% of double room cost. 
    • Children between 5-12 years sharing the room are charged @ 25% of double room cost. 
    • Children above 12 years / adults sharing the room are charged @ 40% the of double
  • 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
  • Bikes
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi access

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Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

It is hard to imagine as you drive through these forests that this area was originally home to powerful kings and maharajas residing in the large hilltop fort; its meadows were rich agricultural lands tended by farmers and Buddhist monks; and sadhus occupied an extensive cave system in 100 BC. Bandhav-garh means ‘fort of the brother’ and is belived to have been gifted by Lord Ram to his brother Lakshman. In the twelfth century, the fort was given in dowry to the Baghela clan, of whic Read more>>

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