The Taj hotel’s luxury safari camp is named after one of India’s most beautiful trees, the Mahua. The 12 jungle huts are built in the vernacular style. Each can have access through private courtyards with shaded seating, traditional swings and mud floors. The roof of the huts is made from hand-made tiles. The amenities are being modern, luxurious and the bathrooms are en suite.
A huge veranda runs the length of the building with generous built-in seats for star gazing and catching the jungle breeze. The open kitchen gives you glimpses of butter churning, spice being grounded and other traditional cooking.
The lodge has a swimming pool and provides an in room ayurvedic massage. The bullock cart breakfast and the picnics under the mahua trees are a special treat for the guests.