Living in a Treehouse

Treehouse Resort in Bandhavgarh
Accommodation in Treehouse Hideaway
Dining in Treehouse Hideaway
Food in Bandhavgarh
What could possibly be more thrilling than staying in a tree house in the wild!
Nothing compares to the experience of sipping your morning tea in midst of nature filled with chirping of birds and gentle breeze. Occasional rustle of leaves adds to the thrill of being in Mowgli's land.
In the 21 acres area of land lies an option of experiencing the snug life inside the rooms or venture out in the tiger-infested wild. The property 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 and traditional jungle living with earthy and eco essentials. Property houses 5 very well-spaced Tree houses which 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.
These Tree houses have been made by local carpenters 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.
Dining hall is built around a century old Mahua tree, in two levels. The ground level serves as a cozy dining hall and the upper floor as a bar cum lounge known as 'The Watering Hole'. Dining hall offers Indian, Continental and Barbeque meals personalized to requirements of the guests.
The Lodge also has a Machaan overlooking a water hole frequented by wild animals.