Nestled within 40 acres of forest sit the 12 kutiyas, or huts, of Mahua Kothi. Just ten minutes from the entrance of Bandhavgarh National Park, you’ll enjoy the feel of a traditional Indian village knowing that prime tiger spotting territory is on your doorstep.
This camp is full of charm, each kutiya featuring traditional terracotta roofs and floors and their own private courtyards. They are modelled on traditional Indian homes and feature original homestead furniture and Indian handicrafts, while a colour scheme of burnt orange gives a natural warmth.
There are plenty of touches that give this camp character, including a vegetable garden and an old bullock cart that doubles up as a table. Appreciate your surroundings from the outdoor pool, explore the forest by bike or choose to dine out under the stars.