India Accommodation,
Northern India

Tuli Tiger Corridor Pench


Tuli Tiger Corridor is a comfortable jungle camp perfectly situated for the Pench Tiger Reserve. It’s true nature lover’s paradise that presents a world of contrast and excitement. Set in 22 acres of lush green, the Corridor is well placed in the buffer zone of the park. Ethnically designed in keeping with the native culture, the Corridor showcases a pastoral jungle theme making it a unique holiday getaway.

Two accommodation options are available – 15 luxurious cottages or eight glamping-style large tents. Either option provides comfortable, stylish accommodation for your safari adventure, and both include king size beds, large ensuite bathrooms with bath tub and lavish furnishings to create a warm and cosy ambience.

‘The Habitat’ is the restaurant and bar area, offering great views of the jungle and serving Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine. The restaurant make an effort to only use fresh organic produce, grown in the local village. The onsite spa specialises in Ayurvedic treatments, offering a whole host of options to help ailments and incite relaxation.

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Restaurant, bar, library, pool, Ayurvedic spa. Rooms include ensuite bathroom and bath tub, and modern amenities and toiletries.

Local Wildlife

Pench is part of the Project Tiger network of special reserves and one of the most accessible tiger reserves in the country, at just 90 kilometres north of Nagpur. It is also one of the most beautiful of the tiger parks with mature teak forests, rolling hills and the central Pench River from which the park gets its name. Descriptions of its natural beauty and richness of flora and fauna have appeared in numerous wildlife books dating back to the 17th century. Books written in the 19th and early 20th century by famous naturalists like Captain J. Forsyth explicitly present the detailed panorama of nature’s abundance in this precious forest tract. There are around 54 tigers in the park and sightings are not always as regular as the nearby parks of Kanha and Bandhavgarh. This means that the park receives fewer tourists than its neighbours and game drives are focussed more on seeing the general wildlife of the park such as leopards, sloth bears, wild dog, barking deer and more than 170 species of bird.

Optional Activities

Morning and evening safaris in the national park are included in the accommodation package, and sometimes it is available to take a safari on elephant back rather than in the jeep. During daytime at the hotel guests can take a nature walk, read about the local species or simply relax by the pool or with a spa treatment. Slide shows or wildlife films may be shown in the evenings, and a bonfire is lit around which guests can mingle, or watch a local tribal dance display.

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

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Our favourite of the lodges we stayed at. Lovely room with private outdoor area for relaxing. Good food and excellent service.

Mrs F G – Dumfies