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Pench National Park, Gram Sarrahirri, Tehsil Kurai,Near Karmajhiri Gate, Seoni, Seoni , 480661 | Show on Map
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Offering delicacies of cuisines served near the pool, Pench Tree Lodge is the first lodge set on the underdeveloped zone. This Pench property is located 27 km from Pench National Park and 198 km away from Jabalpur Airport.
Placed 18 feet above the ground are 6 spacious and well-maintained tree houses. Conveniences available in-room are large french windows offering a view of forest and grassland, four poster bed, bottled/drinking water, welcome amenities and spacious bathroom with complimentary organic toiletries.
Restaurant serving multi-cuisine food is available within the premises. Activities such as Jeep Safari, Cycling, Nature Walks, Hides and Village Visits can be arranged by the hotel. The hotel has 24-hour power backup facility.
Some of the local tourist spots include Kanha National Park (163 km), Bandhavgarh National Park (336 km) and Nagzira National Park (157 km). This wildlife accommodation in Pench is 185 km from Jabalpur Railway Station and 137 km from Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport.
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by jiyon s on June 17, 2018
This is the only accommodation that you will find near the Karmajhiri Gate of Pench National Park. The Gate is less frequently used unlike the Turia Gate which is closer to the Highway has numerous stay options and is over-crowded. Mr Mahesh, the manager gave us an overview of the property. This hotel has 6 cottages and 6 tree houses and we had opted for the latter. We had never stayed in a tree house and it was a unique experience for us. The houses are built on wooden logs and are surrounded by trees, giving you the feeling of being a part of nature. The rooms are luxurious and have all amenities one can hope for. The houses sway with the wind which you will get used to. Langurs would sit on our veranda. I could sit there for hours and relax. The lighted pool with starry sky above was very romantic. On the last day the staff arranged for a dinner by the pool. Staff is very good, polite and efficient. The naturalist of the hotel (Shiv) took me for a walk in the resort grounds, which is fairly large. Many birds and small animals can be spotted in the hotel grounds. Kitchen staff is excellent. Pankaj, the Masterchef, would regularly whip up great food. I could get used to this life. Our only regret was not spending some more time here.. For people visiting Pench, I would definitely recommend this hotel
by Maharana_Sam on May 26, 2018
We have been visiting Pugdundee lodges across MadhyaPradesh for some time now. Their ecotourism hospitality is at the core of why we have chosen to stay with them. Their service staff (most of them locals) are well trained, their naturalists are great company to explore the Jungle with and learn from. The restaurants are manned by chefs who use locally sources produce and in Pench Tree lodge they have a great organic vegetable garden as well. Chef Pankaj has curated an excellent wholesome meal experience for the guests. The whole team is very efficiently geared towards maximising guests jungle experience. The entire process of getting safari slots and arranging for well maintained vehicles to explore the jungle is seamless. The tree houses are very well appointed ( Thanks for no TV :) ). The linen and beds are great. The toiletries are organic products. The resort being in a buffer zone has numerous Mahua and Tendu trees (April is great for Mahua florets). The resort is a touch far from the main gate but thats not something which should bother. Telecom reception is poor, wifi is available at lobby and restaurant, but the signal is a bit unstable. So be ready for some digital detox ( a boon i would say.) A highly recommended experience I would say.
by rajit26 on May 15, 2018
We're a family of three and we stayed at the Pugdundee Safaris Pench Tree Lodge for three nights in the last week of March. This place is amazing, and the tree lodge experience was simply super! After a warm welcome and iced tea, we were given a briefing about the property. We were then shown to our tree lodge which had a small entrance lobby, leading to a rather spacious room with a balcony on one side and a comfortable bathroom on the other. Air conditioning was good enough for the 40+ deg C outside. City slickers will be blown away by the view from the balcony. One can enjoy lovely sunsets from here. The lodge was really clean with a comfortable bed and soft and medium pillows. They do not encourage the use of plastic bottles so you get potable water filled into your flasks in the room daily, and on call. Housekeeping was efficient. The tree lodges and cottages are spread out over 40 acres of land - land that has been left untouched. So you get to experience the jungle from close quarters. Natural vegetation has been left undisturbed and there's a resident python near the staff quarters and a variety of other fauna that you can literally bump into! Don't worry though. The walking tracks are well lit after dark, and you're given powerful torches to help you see better. If you still feel unsure, you can call one of the porters to accompany you from A to B. We were lucky to spot two wild boars on the first night under an almost full moon, could hear cries of a Palm Civet and even spotted a jackal outside our lodge - all this from the safety and comfort of our balcony. Your safari starts even before you've entered the Park gate! Our safari guide - Gaurav - was very friendly and knowledgeable. He knew the jungle and the ways of animals well. One evening he took some of us around for a night safari (walking tour around the property), and had quite a few interesting stories and information to share. Food. What can I say! All meals were included in our package - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Lunch and Dinner were usually 3-course affairs with starters, mains and dessert. Pankaj, (the chef) prepares mouth watering and innovative dishes with simple ingredients grown fresh in the lodge's own fruit and vegetable garden. They even organize a dinner out in the bush for all guests. Camp chairs and tables are set in a clearing surrounded by elephant grass. Having dinner under dark skies lit by the moon and stars was an adventure in itself! We thoroughly enjoyed our short but restful stay at Pench Tree Lodge. No TV and weak mobile signals meant we could really soak in the tranquil surroundings and experience the natural beauty. Thankfully the management has chosen to let the beautiful forest be rather than develop manicured lawns with exotic plants. Also, they have good people running the show on ground. A big Thankyou from us to Harish (Manager), Pankaj, Gaurav, Kaluram (Dining-room attendant) and all the porters - everybody was always eager to help and make our stay comfortable. We'll surely come again to be spoilt some more!
by Akrur_Barua on May 6, 2018
If you find yourself craving for Pench, dont think too hard. Check for Pench Tree Lodge, contact Sandeep Pandey and his colleagues from reservation, finalize the permits with them, and treat yourself to rustic vibes of solitude in a tree house. Pench Tree Lodge is a part of Pugdundee Safaris, who have properties across jungles in India and Nepal. We heard about the place from a friend, checked it out and wanted to visit asap. Our trip in November last year did not materialize. So, when we got some time off from work in April, we seized the opportunity. The entire process was smooth. We asked them for a car to pick us up from Nagpur airport and after a two plus hour drive, found ourselves in Pench Tree Lodge. The seclusion here is itself a major turn on. Even without the jungle, this is a place worth staying in (and I can do that for days and months). We were delighted that the mobile network is not goodwho wants that stupid cellphone! There are six tree houses and six cottages. For the best experience, try the three houses. We stayed in number 2 and we highly recommend that one as from its balcony you see no civilization, but just the nothingness of nature. One afternoon, I sat out and forgot time reading a good book. They do not serve tea or food in the tree houses and rightly so as it may attract insects. You have your usual tea bags and water if you dont want to head to the dining area. The best part is that they give you water bottles for the safaris. Similarly, there is no packaged waterjust water from the filter which the folks there fill up and give you. The reception itself was warm with Harish welcoming us. He showed us a bit of the property and was extremely polite. Harish is one of the naturalists and it is good to discuss with him and the others about sightings and stories of wildlife. Thanks to Amit at the front office. Both when we arrived and we left (for Kanha) he was there. The first day we roamed around the property, losing ourselves in the solitude of the place. The tree houses are quite spread out and in the evenings with the small lamps hanging along the rustic pathways, it is a sight to behold (the actual view is even better than the internet pictures they have). The first afternoon, we went down for tea, which they serve in a common area. They have Wi-Fi there, but you dont need it as you will not even yearn a minute for it. The upper deck has a TV room where one of the evenings, you can see some great wildlife documentaries. There are quaint chairs on the upper deck where you can stretch your eyes to the horizon. Tea would often turn to snacks, then a drink as we sat down with Gaurav, our outstanding naturalist. Over the next three days, we would turn fast friends as Gaurav delighted us with trips to different parts of the jungle, details about every living being and the jungle itself. He also made our wildlife conversations in the evening rich and we would talk about our lives, the fun we had at different places, and so on. Pench is not evergreen and has a beauty of its own. Make sure that you tell your naturalist to take you close to the river. When we went, it had partly dried up and the view was to die for. I wish I could sit there the whole day and just observe the beauty around. Food was outstanding with quaint dishes here and there. A special shout out to Chef Pankaj. We loved every meal we had. They pack breakfast when you head for the morning safaris. So, in the middle of the jungle in a designated area, you can savor the wild and have your breakfast. The staff at the hotel are extremely loving and did not hesitate in helping us with whatever we had asked for. Thanks to Mukandi and Kaluram for making us feel comfortable. Trust me, as the sun sets, if you sit in the common area and just enjoy your tea or beer, you will have an experience you will never forget. Thanks to all of you at the Pench Tree Lodge. You folks do an amazing job every day in retaining and improving the charm of that place filled with solitude and nature. You are outstanding!
by - - on April 11, 2018
I came to know about this property through Luxury escape and liked the property after seeing pictures. But after arriving at the property it was much better then what was shown in pictures. This is an excellent well maintained property it has got complete feeling of Jungle. We stayed for one night in tree house and one night in Cottage both are excellent and luxurious. The staff is very good, well maintained and very supportive. They have organic kitchen garden and they have best chef. All the food served by them was awesome. Its a must go hotel and I will go there again soon.
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