Pench Tree Lodge

Pench Tiger Reserve

Pench Tree Lodge is a unique experience, set in one of the unexplored areas of the Pench National Park. Located in the picturesque village of Sarahiri, the lodge offers its guests proximity to the Karmajhiri gate.
At the resort, guests have access to 16 hectares of private forest, to explore and observe the wildlife at close quarters.

Your luxurious abode in the jungle is perched on top of the Mahua trees and supported by stilts. Large French windows allow for an uninterrupted view of the deciduous forest and grassland and lets you observe the multitude of birds, butterflies and the wild animals at the lodge. Our guests have so far seen wild boars, civets, jungle cats, jackals and spotted deer as they sat sipping their morning tea or the evening sundowners.

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6 A/C treehouses with private decks set in 16 acres of natural forested estate. There are en-suite; spacious well designed bathroom with 24 hours hot and cold water and complimentary organic toiletries and bathroom essentials. Each room has the following features too : Large four poster bed with fine cotton linen and soft mosquito netting, air conditioning [cool or warm, as per weather] with 24 hours power backup and a tea and coffee pantry offering a choice of select brews.


We passionately opt for locally grown and sourced food. Not only is it fresher, it supports marginal farmers and local markets. We have an organic vegetable & herbs garden for fresh supplies, which the guests are welcome to explore. Our menus are craftily designed around local ingredients giving exotic foods a miss and include a lot regional recipes. We try and minimize use of packaged and instant good items. Our chefs can cater to any preferences, allergies or dietary restrictions.


Swimming Pool, Library, Board games for children, Souvenir shop with local handicrafts, Organic kitchen garden and a knowledgeable team of naturalists and nature guides who accompany the guests on game drives and activities.


Jeep Safari, Bird Watching, Night Trails, Village Walks & Bazaars , Interactive cooking classes with our chef, Seasonal Organic Kitchen Garden, Nature Trails and Cycling

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