The Lodge is located close to the national park, just walking distance from main gate of the reserve which is known as TALA gate. The Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is one of the places that can charm and fascinate you at the same time. The lodge is built with minimum interference to the natural environment of the jungle and is managed on eco friendly principles. The most important aspect of a wildlife experience is the interpretation of nature and its habitant & Bandhavgarh Lodge participate fully in Nature conservation activities. Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is built in wildlife theme-based style. A lot of fruit trees and bushes have been deliberately planted to attract a variety of butterflies, birds and insects. Due to such close proximity to the Bandhavgarh National Park, Spotted deer and the Langur Monkey can often be seen in and around the Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge.
Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is a real sense of luxury, comfortable and warm stay. The lodge has been developed on the theme of an Indian village with 13 spacious cosy and comfortable independent Cottages, and 8 rooms in two separate villas, to make a total of 21 rooms.
They have modern facilities with single, twin or double bedded rooms, with attached bathroom with all amenities such as: shower, running hot and cold water, comfortably furnished, even a hot water bottle at night to keep you warm. Lodge rooms are equipped with reading lights, a writing table and chairs, large luggage rack etc.
Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge offers a dining experience to remember for a long time.
The Lodge has friendly open verandah to dine under the stars or to breakfast, in the soothing warm winter sun. Offering breathtaking views of the jungle, the dining room is a wonderful place to enjoy Indian and Continental delicacies that pamper the taste buds in a delightful manner. Moreover, the food is served in an ethnic style that makes the dining experience all the more worthwhile. Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge includes a large common room that serves as a dining hall. The Lodge have ideal Gole Ghar for breakfast or evening snack and for observing wildlife.