India’s wildlife is common and rich. It is wildlife. The ecology and culture of the area change with the terrain changing each few hundred kilometers in India. India is home to some of the most exotic species of birds and animals, from tigers to blackbucks through single-horned rhinos, and it is no less than luxurious to see them. In reality, most of the country’s wildlife reserves also house some of India’s most luxurious resorts, whose design and architecture closest to the ecology and tradition of the area. Open showers, luxurious tents, and a royal lifestyle are all possible thanks to these very resorts when being together with nature.
List of resorts of wildlife in India:
1. The Oberoi Vanyavilas, Ranthambhore
Rajasthan is renowned not only for its 80-strange tigers but also for its luxurious resorts as one of the most famous tiger reserves in India, Ranthambore National Park in Sawai Madhopur. Oberoi Vanyavilas is one of the luxury resorts featuring architecture and inspirational texts that date from the royal caravans. With a pool, fine restaurants, and a warm hosted team, this is the place to spot tigers in the forest after a long day of jeeping safaris!
2. Udai Vilas Palace, Bharatpur
Probably one of the best body refuges in India, the Bharatpur Sanctuary is home to over 300 migratory and resident bird species. This sanctuary is also dedicated to Dr. Salim Ali, Birdman of India. After many hours in the wonder of different species of birds, some flying from around the world – like Mount Everest, this special palace would like to receive royal treatments and would like to use Bharatpur as their food nests or nests. Situated in Bharatpur, in Rajasthan, Udai Vilas has about 50 well-stocked rooms in a colonial style that offer more than wildlife tours.
3. Aman-I-Khas Resort, Sawai Madhopur
Aman-I-Khas is also an Indian luxury resort with a ten stylish tent echoing the royal Mughal theme, situated deep in a hillside in the heart of the Aravis at Ranthambore in Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. This lovely resort, but amazing, is the best spot for some royal Bengali tigers to spot during the day, watch the golden colors of the sunset take over the sky and take the evening in the culture and food of Rajasthan.
4. The Taj Gateway Hotel Gir, Gujarat
The Taj Gateway Hotel, situated directly by the Hiran River, deep in the Gir, Gujarat Jungle, is pure happiness. Before you head out for the jungles in private safaris to glimpse the sun rising over the river from your private balcony, you have a sunset or a flock of blackbucks bathing the sun in the high grass! It is so sweet as life! With a spa, a gym, and a pool, this hotel combines modern luxury and raw nature. This is the ideal combination of modern comfort.
5. Red Earth, Kabini
Red Earth resort is an eco-friendly holiday resort on the back of the Kabini dam near the tiger reserve of Nagarhole, mixing rustic and modern life and expecting mud huts, open areas, and a stunning swimming pool for a relaxing break. Oh, and I’ve mentioned jacuzzi and open-air showers? Safaris are available for lazy daisies, but I strongly suggest walking nature with Aditya (plus treks) (whose parents owned the place). He knows the rooms inside and outside and he’s a keen fan.
6. Taj Mahua Kothi, Bandhavgarh
Taj Mahua Kothi is a luxurious sprawling estate situated in a private part of the thick forest, deep in the Bandhavgarh jungle in central India, Madhya Pradesh. The Bandhavgarh National Park, flanked by the Vindhya Hills, has not only a tiger sighting but also several trails which allow the visitors to watch wildlife in natural habitats such as sambar horses.
7. Kanha Earth Lodge, Kanha National Park
Kanha Earth Lodge features 12 luxury, but not so impact-friendly suites constructed with natural materials such as local stone and upcycled wood inspired by the traditional Gond tribe architecture. Each bungalow offers private open terraces and en suite bathrooms to provide you with comfort and luxury without compromise. The surrounding areas of this lodge are deeply surrounded by woods of the Kanha Reserve, far away from asphalt roads and urban civilization.
8. Tusker Trails, Karnataka
The Wildflowers Tusker Trails Resort is situated in the quaint Mangala village, in the Bandipur Reserve, and is known for being an absolute cut off from television and other communication networks to allow guests to relax and enjoy organically friendly activities. Guests have the opportunity to spend time on the resort with a professional naturalist and learn old and new things with many safari trail options in the nearby resort.
9. Tree House Hideaway Resort, Bandhavgarh
With five treehouses, a range of birds, animals, and reptiles can be enjoyed on different trails around the resort at the Tree House Hideaway Resort in the Bandhavgarh Natural Reserve. While the outside of the trees can look rough and rough, the interior opens up a good mix of comfort and luxury. The local communities have developed all three households using the know-how passed on to them over centuries.