It’s time to have some exhilarating adventures now that COVID restrictions have been lifted in most parts of the country and most hotels and resorts have reopened! Now is the perfect time for people who have been looking forward to a vacation in the woods. India is home to a diverse range of exotic flora, fauna, and avifauna thanks to its numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.
The Udai Vilas Palace in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur National Park is an ideal retreat for relaxing vacations. The resort is one of India’s most opulent wildlife resorts, and it attracts wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, and adventure seekers from all over the world. Its strategic placement adds to its appeal.
Stay at TreeHouse Hideaway Resort in Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh, for a really unique countryside experience. It’s also one of India’s top luxury jungle estates for getting closer to nature. When you see the beautiful tree houses erected right in the center of lush foliage, you’ll be astounded. Guests can also see a variety of wild animals in their natural surroundings.
The resort is located within Gujarat’s famous Gir National Park. Gir Forest is famous for being the only place in the world where the Asiatic lion may be found. The resort has bungalows that are luxurious and equipped with all of the current amenities.
Kanha Earth Lodge is located in the Kanha-Kisli National Park. This lodge has a one-of-a-kind position, nestled among a beautiful natural forest. There are 12 deluxe bungalows on the property, each with a bathroom and an open verandah. The bungalows are environmentally friendly and influenced by Gond tribal architecture.
Jim Corbett’s Dhikala Forest Lodge is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! The state forest department manages this property, which is located in the Dhikala zone forest within Jim Corbett National Park. There are 32 rooms in the lodge, including huts, cabins, and forest cottages. Dhikala is accessible via the Dhangadi gate, and the route between the gate and Dhikala is full of adventure, as it involves crossing rivers and passing through dense sal forest.