Sprawled across 40 acres of lush forestland, the exotic Mahua Kothi offers 12 charming suites or ‘kutiyas’ as well as a gracious, original homestead ‘kothi’. Built in the charming, vernacular style of Central India, each air-conditioned kutiya can be accessed through a private courtyard.
The dramatic landscape is home to a dense Sal forest brimming with exotic flora and fauna, an ancient 1,000-year old fort and a reclining statue of Lord Vishnu. Located just 10 minutes from the Park entrance, Mahua Kothi is close to major airports—Khajuraho (143 miles, 230 km) and Jabalpur (118 miles, 190 km), and is 143 miles (230 km) away from the Kanha Tiger Reserve.
Adults and children can hone their spotting skills on twice-daily jungle safaris in specially modified open 4x4 vehicles, on nature trails or elephant back. Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast during your morning safari, picnic lunches under the beautiful mahua trees and ‘chowki’ rooftop dinners under a spectacular star-strewn sky.