Mahua Kothi Nestled in the vicinity of the National Park is the first of the Taj Safari Lodges in India. The name MahuaKothi draws inspiration from one of India’s most beautiful trees.
The accommodation and facilities of the lodge blend charmingly into the quaint and rustic surroundings.
It features twelve cottage suites, called Kutiyas. Each charming suite is filled with quaint local touches: wooden shutters, tapered hand-finished walls, stone floors, open rafters with roughly-hewn beams, handmade pottery roof tiles and rust and burnt orange local textile furnishings.
Dining in MahuaKothi is an exciting safari itself with several deliciously surprising twists and turns. Fresh local ingredients, homemade accompaniments, fruits and veggies grown in backyards, ancestral cooking and dining customs, and quaint village traditions create never-before dining experiences.
Chaupal Dining: Chaupal’, is a Hindi term for a community meeting place in a village
Mahua Dinner: A tall Mahua Tree stands at the edge of the grassland alongside a picture-perfect lily pond.
Rooftop Dining: As dusk falls over the jungle, guests make their way up to the flat terrace.
The facilities include Jiva Spa and swimming pool.