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HOTEL REVIEW: King’s Lodge by Pugdundee Safaris | Bandhavgarh National Park,...

http://youtu.be/tTfJhet8l7s After a day and a half of driving on Indian roads during the scorching summer month of June, you can want nothing more than...

Hotel Review: Singinawa Jungle Lodge, Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Would you like some company over your morning or evening cup of tea? Then lay out the table; Papa deer, Mama deer and their...

Hotel Review: Forsyth’s Lodge, Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Tiger Tops in Nepal was long regarded as the gold standard for jungle lodges in the Indian subcontinent till political troubles took over the...

Hotel Review: The Sarai at Toria, Panna Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh

If everyone in the world had homes like the Sarai at Toria, we would never fight each other and live happily ever after. Unfortunately...

Hotel Review: Reni Pani, Satpura National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Satpura National Park and Tiger Reserve can surely be regarded as one of the most beautiful wildlife reserves in India, and a gem known...

Hotel Review: The Blackbuck Lodge, Velavadar, Gujarat – Where blackbucks come...

Visualise this: You are sitting in the verandah of your cottage in grasslands extending for miles around. A gentle breeze is caressing your face...

Hotel Review: Swaswara in Gokarna, Karnataka – Perfect to uplift your...

Not too many properties deserve the tag of being destinations in themselves, but Swaswara in Gokarna, Karnataka does. A CGH Earth resort, it sets...

Hotel Review: Almond Villa – A Royal Homestay in Srinagar, Kashmir

The Almond Villa in Srinagar in Kashmir is literally a jewel in the crown. On paper, it is a bed and breakfast or a homestay....

Hotel Review: Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge, Chitwan National Park, Nepal

If you are going to Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge in Chitwan National Park from the Jungle Lodge (another Tiger Tops property in Chitwant), make...

Hotel Review: Castle Bera, Bera, Rajasthan

Castle Bera is one the best kept secrets in the country. And one really wonders why? It is an ancestral property run by Thakur...