Orange County

Nagarhole Tiger Reserve

Cleverly inspired in design by the Kadu Kuruba  Hadis, the  local tribal village homestead, this picturesque wilderness resort is bordered on two sides by the Kabini reservoir,  and overlooks the sweeping panoramic vista of this large dam to one of India’s finest tiger and elephant reserves Nagarhole on the opposite bank.  

A sundowner in the cavernous palm roofed open air lounges or dinner in one of the two restaurants overlooking this glorious scene is an Indian ‘must do’ as the sun goes down across the lake. Alternatively take to a lantern lit boat for a truly romantic dinner for two before retiring to your sumptuous bedroom.

With so many activities to choose from it difficult to find the time for the infinity pool, the night walks, boat and coracle safaris, bike and bullock cart trips -  besides the escorted game drives into the park itself - so you may just have to come back again next year.

Children Policy:
Children of all ages are allowed, although it is requested guardians keep an eye on them at all times since this is a wilderness area.

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The resort architecture has a tribal Kadu kuruba leitmotif, and the dwellings subtly incorporate the colours and textures of the landscape in every detail. The Pool Huts have a large living and dining area, a palatial bedroom, a bathroom with a courtyard, and your own personal swimming arena. The Jacuzzi Huts offer you spacious living spaces and comfortable bedrooms, with your very own personal open-to-sky Jacuzzi.


The two restaurants at Kabini lay out a platter of the choicest international and regional cuisine overlooking the River Kabini. You can also request a romantic boat-dining experience, feasting while silently floating on the waters of the Kabini.


The resort's world class facilities include a scenic Reading Lounge, an Ayurvedic Spa, an Infinity Pool, a Family Pool, a board room and a well stocked bar.


On the boat safari or coracle ride on the Kabini River, spot as many residents of the forest as you can. Get up close and personal with Kaveri, the resident elephant, and lend a hand bathing and feeding her.

The nature trail with the in-house naturalist takes you along the banks of the Kabini and then through the scrub and fields along the village roads. You can also explore nature around the resort at night.

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