Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” — Robert Frost
If jungle safaris on 4×4 open deck jeeps or atop an elephant is your idea of fun, if living in a treehouse in the midst of a 20 acre jungle with private balconies overlooking the tiger reserve is thrilling, the Treehouse Hideaway is the place for you.
The resort offers morning as well as evening safaris, as well as guided cycling and walking safaris to explore the outdoors.
With over 250 exotic bird species, the park offers great opportunities for birdwatching and fantastic views from the top.
Village visits, bamboo weaving workshops, bird walks and picnics on the river banks or forests are organized . Best time to visit? October and November, though the park is open from October to June.
There is something for everyone, be it the adrenaline junkie looking to spot the tiger or the peace and tranquility lover who wants to take in the beauty of nature and read a book perched up on a treehouse with the sound of chirping birds as a backdrop. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags! Happy Glamping!
Source: Treehouse Hideaway