Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh
Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh
Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh
Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh
Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh
Luxury Treehouse in Bandhavgarh

Tree House Hideaway

Live a fantasy

In the 21 acres area of land lies an option of experiencing the snug life inside a tree house or venturing out into the tiger-infested wild. The property has its resident species of birds, reptiles and animals residing around the forest trees. The hideaways - Mahua, Tendu, Peepal, Banyan and Palash are named after the trees on which they are built & you can choose to spend your time hiding in the intimacy of your rooms built on top of trees.

Treehouse Resort in Bandhavgarh

Living

The tree houses exhibit grunge and sturdy look from the outside, but the door opens to overtly acceptable elegance complementing the outside world. The designs are a fusion of contemporary design and traditional jungle living with earth tones and eco essentials making the Tree Houses blend harmoniously with nature.
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Food in Bandhavgarh

Dining

The dining hall is built around a century-old Mahua tree and offers a different experience on level 1 and 2. The ground level serves as a cozy dining hall and the upper floor as a bar cum lounge, aptly named ‘The Watering Hole’. Dining hall offers Indian, Continental and Barbeque meals personalized to the requirements of our guests.

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Activities in Bandhavgarh

Activities

In addition to all the adventure you experience while living on the top of a tree, the lodge also has a Machaan overlooking a water hole which is frequented by wild animals. The lodge makes exclusive arrangements for Bush Dinner where a popular Baiga thali is served to tantalize your taste buds with local flavor.
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Wildlife in Bandhavgarh

Wilderness

Bandhavgarh is famed for rewarding Jungle Safaris. 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.
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From the Journal
Bandhavgarh National Park
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 Tiger Safari in India that includes photographing and tracking Tigers in wild. Known to have World’s highest density of Bengal Tigers the park is divided into four zones namely Magadhi, Khitauli, Tala and Panpatta.
Meet the team
Team in Treehouse Hideaway
Ashish Tirkey
Ashish Tirkey
Ashish hails from the tribal land of Chhattisgarh, Bastar and is our Assistant General Manager. To fulfill his childhood dream and love for Indian wildlife, he quit his corporate job and joined Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal (2007) and did his specialization in Forestry & Environmental Science.
Team in Treehouse Hideaway
Ashlendra Chaturvedi
Ashlendra Chaturvedi
Chaubey ji, as he is fondly known in Bandhavgarh, has been driving in the park for the past 25 years. He believes that he understands tigers and his life exists among them. He has seen several generations of Bandhavgarh tigers’ way back from the days of Charger and Sita & can easily draw ancestral lines for most of the present descendants.
Team in Treehouse Hideaway
Khadir Khan
Khadir Khan
Grown up most of his life surrounded by hills and travelling in almost all states of India, he always had a fair idea of what an adventure feels like. Studied media and television in Bangalore, but he always knew this wasn’t his calling. He's a student of PRONAT (Professional Naturalist Training Program) batch of 2021

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