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Lodging is very good. Booked super cottage. Lunch, dinner and breakfast are very good. Staff's are very helpful. Safari is also very good. They take us in seperate gypsy. They try to spot many animal. A place not to be missed.
Stayed one night at this place. It's not a place for modern amenities, so you can expect power cuts as well. The place is outside the national park and has cottages. It's a little smaller in size for a cottage. Each cottage has a sit...More
My wife, daughter and I stayed for two nights in a Special Cottage, which was very spacious and comfortable. There was ample room to accommodate a double and a single bed, table, chairs and other room amenities, and there is also a sit-out area. The...More
Property was old, was expecting some modernization/decoration inside the resort, but overall it was descent stay. Food was also good. Resort staff were helpful/hospitable. Main attraction was the safari and hence the name of the resort. For both evening and morning safari, we headed out...More
JLR what does that sound to you? Jaguar landrover! Iconic, priceless whatever u call it.
We have our own JLR. Jungle lodges n resorts! A lovely bouqet of food n safari n hospitality n love. Yes love is what i meant.
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you can visit their website and check the prices. the price given there includes all meals and all safaris (2 per night of your stay). recently, the forest department has started charging for cameras (190 for lenses less... More
you can visit their website and check the prices. the price given there includes all meals and all safaris (2 per night of your stay). recently, the forest department has started charging for cameras (190 for lenses less than 200mm and 590 for lenses above that). they might have some offers running during that time, so it's better to check prices on their site - there might be a small increase for weekends/holidays