The Tree House Hideaway has its resident species of birds, reptiles and animals residing around the forest trees and over time the area has now become a small secure park for them. You can spend your time unseen and undisturbed in the intimacy of your room or choose to go looking for wild animals & birds in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.In the wild world of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, the outlook of tree houses is grunge and sturdy looking but the door opens to acceptable elegance complementing the outside world. The designs are a fusion of contemporary design and traditional jungle living with earth tones and eco essentials. All Tree houses have modern attached bathrooms with 24hrs h/c water, living area, mini bar, split ACs with 100% power back up, mosquito netting, writing table and chair, and loungers in the balconies. The hideaways – Mahua, Tendu, Peepal, Banyan and Palash are named after the trees on which they are established.All Tree houses have been made by local staff using regularized wood. Local craft knowledge and traditional expertise has been used at all quarters to ensure that the Tree Houses blend harmoniously with nature.
Bandhavgarh is located in Vindhya hills of Umaria district, Madhya Pradesh. In 1968 the area got its status of a National Park and now has become one of the preferred parks for photographing and tracking Tigers in wild. The park is known to have World’s highest density of Bengal Tigers. The four zones namely Magadhi, Khitauli, Tala and Panpatta-together clubbing the core and the buffer zone the total area of 1200 sq.km is home ground of over 55 tigers at present.Other than Tigers and Leopards the mixed vegetation of Sal and Savannahs makes Bandhavgarh an abode of Spotted Deer, Sambhar Deer, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Indian Gaur and Jackal among its 22 species of mammals and around 220 species of birds.
Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is famed for rewarding Jungle Safaris into deeper jungles by jeep. We offer Jungle Safaris in 4×4 Open Suzuki Jeeps with front facing elevated seats.Morning safari is usually from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and the evening safari is from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Park permits entry only after sunrise and exit before sunset, so the timing tends to change with the season. In peak winters safaris may start as late at 7:00 a.m. and in summers as early as 5:00 a.m.Besides Jeep Safaris, other cultural and enthusiastic indulgence are offered such as cycling and picnics in the park periphery, village visits, craft workshops with local artisans and bamboo weavers. Full Day Photo Permits can also be arranged, upon prior request. The Nature guide would accompany to assist during activities for an enhanced experience.