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Pench National Park Village-Avarghani,Post-Turia, Seoni, Kohka, Pench , 480881 | Show on Map
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<b>Providing you the best of comforts and a unique experience</b><br><br>Tuli Tiger Corridor is a 3-star hotel, surrounded by Pench National Park and is just 4.5 km from the Kohka Lake.
The leisure hotel features rustic jungle theme and offers scenic views of nature s lush greenery and wildlife. <br>Tuli Tiger Corridor offers a relaxing spa along with a glimpse of their native culture.
It also offers front desk, car rental, and laundry services to its guests. Amidst natural environment, guests can also enjoy outdoor showers, elephant rides, bush dinner and jungle safari.<br>The hotel has 15 well-furnished cottages along with 8 luxurious tents.
Both accommodations are equipped with modern amenities, including satellite TVs, DVD player, a mini bar and attached bathrooms with free toiletries.<br>The Habitat, state-of-the-art dining as well as bar lounge, serves a wide variety of delicious Indian, Chinese and continental dishes with stunning view of the jungle.
The food is prepared using organic products grown in a nearby village. The dining area also has a corner library spot where guests can read books and magazines.<br>The Tuli Tiger Corridor Hotel is located at a distance of 68 km from Katangi Bus Stand, 87 km from Chhindwara Junction and 100 km from Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport.There are a number of attractions around the hotel such as Pench National Park Museum (3 km), Kokha Lake (4.5 km), Totladoh Reservoir View Point (11 km) and Bhander Range Forest (32.5 km).Seoni, an important city in Madhya Pradesh, is approximately 70 km from Tuli Tiger Corridor.<br><b>What people love the most about this property is its rustic setting and unique experience.<br><br>Book now and enjoy the warm hospitality of being at Tuli Tiger Corridor
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by Esse on Mar 08,2019
What's Good: Beautiful hotel,excellent staff. They are always at your service.
What needs to improve : No wifi connection in the cottages
Reason For Rating : Beautiful property, excellent staff.
by 6590Pete on
The staff at this resort worked hard to sort out the problems that arose, particularly the lack of hot water. They also provided food with less spices when asked. The whole resort is run down and in need of repairs (roofs, sockets and toilets in particular) and the lodges need a fresh coat of paint. The grounds are good for a walk around with plenty of birds to see.
by Ozombanda on
Very comfortable. Superb guides and so much wildlife apart from, the impressive tigers. The accommodation was lovely and the guides incredible. Food was Indian of course, but not too spicy and quite delicious. There was a very friendly atmosphere at the lodge and I recommend it without hesitation.
by Alison52 on
We stayed here for two nights as part of a tour expertly arranged by Naturetrek and enjoyed every moment. The wildlife viewing in Pench was some of the best we experienced throughout our time in India, with no less than nine tiger sightings, some at extremely close quarters. Special thanks must go to Mukesh, our Naturalist guide who not only was an expert in his field but also ensured that our stay at the lodge was perfect in every way. Tuli Tiger is a lovely property with an impressive entrance and courtyard. We stayed in one of the 'tents' - something of a misnomer as it is definitely a building rather than being made out of canvas(!) and very luxurious, the furnishings in dark wood being somewhat reminiscent of the Raj. The en suite bathroom carried on the luxury theme with a free standing bath (plenty of hot water!) and a separate shower. The toiletries were Ayurvedic and good quality. There is actually a spa on site but unfortunately we didn't have time to try it. Next to our 'tent' was a beautiful lake teeming with birdlife including kingfishers plus a pair of hornbills in an adjacent tree. After dark one is encouraged to ring reception to order a golf buggy to take one to the dining area although this is not strictly necessary. As we arrived in mid afternoon we were offered tea and sandwiches taken in the courtyard, whilst on the first evening as the hotel was so quiet, a table was set for us outside by the floodlit pool rather than in the main restaurant. The food was excellent and the service couldn't have been more attentive. Tea and coffee is available in the restaurant prior to the early morning game drives and the lodge is situated a mere 10 minute drive to the Turia gate into the Park. Unlike Tadoba, there are no camera charges and mobile phones are allowed. Only 15 jeeps are allowed to enter the park at any one time and each is initially allocated one of four routes which makes it far less frenzied than at Tadoba! Apart from the tigers (including one stalking a spotted deer) and a mother with three almost grown cubs, we also saw jackals, gaur,a tree shrew, Indian rollers, bee eaters and many other birds. Breakfast was taken at a rest stop and included some great Indian specialities as well as the usual sandwiches, boiled eggs, etc.. In summary, on our experience, I cannot recommend Pench enough in terms of the wealth of wildlife we saw and the quality of the viewings. I realise we were lucky and many might not be as fortunate as us in terms of the number of tiger sightings. However, whatever the case, Tuli Tiger Corridor makes for a wonderful relaxing base with wonderful staff intent on ensuring the best possible experience.
by global-traveller48 on
The ambience of the hotel is excellent, with extensive grounds and smiling staff. Our room was at the end of the site, about 5 min walk away from the central area, and was very quiet. The furnishings in the room had a sort of colonial feel, and the beds wee very co for table. Thre was a very large bathroom with shower and roll top bath too. Unlike other reviewers, we did have enough water for a bath and that was splendid. There was also an outside private terrace. We did however miss being able to make our own tea/coffee. The food was all buffet with a good variety and they provided a good breakfast to have on the safari. I didn't give it 5 stars for a number of reasons: Wi-Fi was available only in the very small reception area, and did not even spread to the bar, which is of given the number of rooms; The food was labelled, but only in Hindi, and so most of us had no idea what it was - surely it would be easy to also say what it was in E glish; There was no one on reception when we went on safari. All hotels would surely have this , as it is obvious when the guests are leavi g.
by 101rajatb on
I had one of my best travel experience at tuli tiger corridors.The staff at the resort was very friendly and the food was finger licking good. Had one of the most memorable trip all thanks to tuli tiger corridor.
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