In addition to the usual safari with the roster guide in the park, you have an option to choose from our panel of expert guides with immense wildlife experience to make your safari a memorable experience. We usually offer two safaris in a day-morning and evening. The safaris last for approximately 4 hours (morning) and 3 hours (evening). In addition to Tigers, you are likely to spot leopards, bears, antelopes (chital, sambhar, nilgai ), langurs, fox, jackals, wolves ,langurs and a variety of other animals and birds in the park.
There are three main gates to the core reserve:, tala, magadhi and khitauli. The entry to the park is limited; hence it is always a good idea to plan a trip in advance.
The Mint Menu is crafted to offer you a blend of local and healthy food options. The emphasis is on procuring fresh, healthy and organic ingredients to give you a delectable culinary experience, that too right in the middle of a forest.
- Menu with Global and Local Options
- Emphasis on fresh and Organic Ingredients
- Health Conscious Menu Options
While you enjoy the serene surroundings of the property, accompanying kids stay engaged with a plenty of outdoor activities/sports such as badminton, football, cricket, cycling etc or indulge in indoor recreation like board games such as chess, carom etc.
Seasons to visit
NOTE: The Reserve Park is closed from 1st of July till 30th September during the monsoon season. The forest displays distinct characters during different seasons
The forest is lush green after the monsoons and tiger sightings are more often in grasslands and the mud tracks during winters. The winters are very cold with temperatures dropping below 5C. Tourists need to come well prepared with woolens for a comfortable and enjoyable stay and safari, especially during the early morning safari shift.
The forest is mostly dry with increased visibility inside the forest. The summers are hot with temperatures over 40 in May, although it increases chances of sightings as tigers frequent the waterholes often.