Village Tala, Umaria Dist., Madhya Pradesh - 484661, India
One of the most sought after wildlife resorts in Bandhavgarh, Mahua Kothi is beautifully located amidst lush greenery and is just a few minutes drive from the entrance of the Bandhavgarh National Park. Well known for providing luxurious comforts and warm hospitality, Mahua Kothi was earlier called Churhat Kothi. Now operated by the famous Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and CC Africa joint venture, the lodge has been renamed (Mahua Kothi) drawing its inspiration from one of the most beautiful trees of the region -Madhuca Indica or Mahua. Mahua Kothi is at a distance of 6-7 drive from the Khajuraho airport and being easily accessible is largely preferred by both holidaymakers and wildlife lovers.
Accommodation facilities provided at Mahua Kothi are marvelous. The lodge offers newly built 12 well furnished and beautifully appointed village huts to its guests. Each village hut or Kutiya is built in Vernacular style of central India and is spacious and well facilitated with modern comforts making the stay of its guests a comfortable. The private courtyard, traditional swings and mud floors provide a rustic ambience and tranquil atmosphere making your stay a memorable one. Besides the village huts, the original Kothi or homestead comprising of the guest area has been extensively and beautifully renovated.
Mahua Kothi, Bandavgarh promises its guests with an exquisite and a unique dining experience. You can enjoy Bullock cart breakfast in the Baghiya or the traditional garden or a nice picnic lunch under the Mahua tree. Besides, you can experience an unforgettable Chowki roof dinners under the starry sky and silver moonlight.
Mahua Kothi also offers wide range of exotic drinks made from the distilled sap of the Mahua tree for its guests to relish.
The lodge also provides its guests with various recreational facilities like arranging for wild life safari, excursions to the nearby forts, walks in the forest, slide shows on wildlife etc. Besides, you will also find a wildlife art gallery, library on wildlife books.