The name Mahua Kothi draws its inspiration from one of India's most beautiful trees, the Madhuca Indica, or as it is commonly known, the Mahua or butter tree. Pronounced ma-hoo-a, this tree with its fleshy off - white flowers plays a central role in festivals and rituals, as the vitamins, minerals and sugar-rich flowers are used in a

Mahua Kothi

number of ways. The twelve charming suites or Kutiyas (jungle village huts) are newly built in the 40 acre grounds of the renowned tented camp formerly known as Churhat Kothi. The original Kothi (homestead) comprising the guest areas remains and has been extensively renovated, but the guest accommodation is all brand new.

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Bandhavgarh National Park :

Nestled amongst the picturesque Satpura hills, this is one of India's most scenic national parks. The dramatic landscape features tropical forests and woodlands, and steep rocky hills with flat grasslands in the valleys below. This forested area is renowned for tiger, leopard, jackal, jungle cat, wild boar, sloth bear, nilghai and sambhar.

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Children are welcome at Mahua Kothi and the Lodge accommodates one triple per Kutiya per night for children under 12 sharing with their parents. Children under 5 regrettably are not able to go on game drives, and children between 5 and 12 only with the permission of the Lodge Manager

Single supplements - no single supplement is charged for the first 2 rooms per booking. Any additional single rooms (over and above the 2 permitted per booking) will be levied with a 50% supplement per person