Pench Tree Lodge, Pench Tiger Reserve
Pench Tree Lodge
Excellent standards without the big price tag
Our rating: Premium | Property style: Lodge
Pench Tree Lodge offers a unique boutique experience, set in one of the least explored areas of the Pench National Park. Located in the picturesque village of Sarahiri, the lodge offer it's guests proximity to the Karamajhiri Gate, and closer home, access to 16 hectares of private forested land to explore and observe the occasional wildlife at close quarters. While at the lodge, the Tree Houses offer a serene slice of wildlife heaven, perched 18 feet high up on a tree, surrounded by undisturbed rolling acres of jungle shrub and trees. Made of Sal wood, the treehouses feature a private verandah, a large four poster bed, mosquito netting, air conditioning, an en suite bathroom and a tea/coffee pantry. The six tree houses are private cocoons yet are an easy distance from the dining and the recreational spaces. The lodge is passionate about sustainability and conservation. The team at the lodge is exceptionally well trained in the local flora/fauna and are happy to share personal wilderness experiences and facts to enrich your stay. Activities from the lodge include nature walking and cycling, jeep safaris, village walks and bush dinners.
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Jamtara Wilderness Camp, Pench Tiger Reserve
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