The most populous areas for India’s tigers are the national parks of Bandhavgarh and Kanha, and with the right guide, it’s very likely that you will see one of these magnificent animals in the wild. The easiest way to see them up close is to ride with the elephant drivers – mahouts – who can get closer thanks to the unthreatening presence of their mounts.
Accommodation in Tiger Safari
A more intimate camp than most of its high-end competitors, the circle of tents still all have their own patios. The complex has a hacienda feel to it, and it gets incredibly atmospheric in the evening as lanterns glow and you can hear the wildlife. The tents have fans for cooling down after being out […]
The name Mahua Kothi draws its inspiration from one of India’s most beautiful trees, the Madhuca Indica, or as it is commonly known, the Mahua or butter tree. Pronounced ‘ma-hoo-a’, this tree with its fleshy off–white flowers plays a central role in festivals and rituals. The Lodge sprawls over the 40 acre grounds, just 20 […]
Given the lack of surrounding walls, you feel as if you’re truly out in the open in this luxury tented compound. Tastefully spaced out, the tents have white drapes and traditionally woven beds. Each guest has a butler to serve their needs and the pool is the perfect spot to unwind after a safari. This […]
Getting back to nature in the lap of luxury never looked so good. Somewhere between a tent and a luxury suite, you’re enclosed in a vast garden, itself within a huge mud brick wall. Peak out from under your canvas roofs and take in the lush foliage and lily ponds. Teak floors and colonial décor […]