Address : Village Ketkiya, Bandhavgarh, Umaria Dist,
5 exclusive Tree houses are spread in a dense jungle of 21 acres
merging into the jungles of finest tiger reserves of the world.
It is not uncommon to spot animals from the privacy of ones
balconies which overlook the tiger reserve and the Bandhavgarh
Fort. Designed in a fetching fusion of traditional jungle living
and contemporary design, the tree houses are self contained and
perfect getaway for a couple that is fanatical about privacy.The
bedrooms are furnished with understated accessories in natural
and earth tones.
Specialy designed Suzuki jeeps accompanied by a trained English
speaking resident naturalist will ensure comfortable and
experienced interpretation of the park.
All tree houses have modern attached bathrooms with 24 hrs h/c
water, living area, mini bar, split ACs with 100% power back up,
mosquito netting, writing table & chair, and loungers in the
The Lodge also has Hides overlooking a water hole frequented by
Dining hall is built around a large Mahua tree, in two levels.
The ground level serves as a cosy dining hall and the terrace as
a bar known as the WATERING HOLE. Dining Hall offers Indian,
Continental and barbeque meals personalized to requirements of
All Tree houses have been made by local staff using regularized
wood. Local craft knowledge and expertise has been used at all
quarters to ensure that the Tree Houses blend harmoniously with
At the Tree House Hideaway we have taken care to design many
activities and excursions which generally all guests visiting
Bandhavgarh miss out on. The Hideaway in itself is geared up for
many interesting options and the trained naturalist team makes
it all the more interesting.
Morning and Evening Jeep safari is organized in the Tiger
reserve, all the vehicles are 4 x 4 Suzuki open jeeps, fitted
with comfortable bucket seats and fridges. Inside the park you
have the option of leaving the jeep and getting on the elephant
to take your chance of getting close to the tiger.
Bandhavgarh Fort which forms the heart and the highest point of
the park is an alternate option to visit for one of the days
with a picnic lunch.
At the hideaway there is a small water body frequented by many
animals including the Tiger, a few quite hours on the machaan or
the underground bunker may prove rewarding especially for
Birding around the hideaway and near the farmlands is an
interesting option to see over 250 bird species of this area.
Village visits, workshops with bamboo weavers and excursions to
Sanjay National park ( 2 hours) can also be organized on