Get Feels Of An African Safari Lodge At Nagpur’s Waghoba Close To Taboda Tiger Territory
At a far cry from the chaos, in the thickets of the Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve, you’ll be gripped by pin-drop silence. The only thing that can break the calm is the roar of a big cat if you’re lucky enough to hear it. And in the middle of the jungle, lies the artistic Waghoba Eco-Lodge, with a pool underneath. Crafted beautifully with sustainable techniques from locally sourced materials, the property opens up to a vast expanse of greenery with rolling peaks blending into the horizon. The 14 cottages of the property are in rustic tones that render a soul-stirring earthy feel.
Unwind By The Wilderness With A Cup Of Coffee
Waghoba Eco-Lodge is just a couple of hour-drive from the Nagpur airport and covers a sprawling area of seven acres in the buffer zone of Tadoba National Park. The quiant cottages have private sit-outs with comfy loungers. The rooms have writing tables with chairs. You can unwind by the wilderness with a book and take sips of steaming-hot coffee. The cottages have been designed taking inspiration from the local tribal villages. The spacious rooms have walls made with sun-baked abode bricks and vaulted ceilings with roof tiles sourced from local potters.
Embark On Night Safaris And Bird Watching
While staying in one of these cottages, you can embark on jeep safaris, night safaris, nature walks, cycling, bird watching and more and spot majestic creatures. Though the lodge sits at a great distance from the city boundaries, it offers a wide spread of local and international dishes. You can tuck into an authentic Maharashtrian thali here with rice, amti, chicken kalwan, aloo papad, vegetables and more. Pair up your thali with baked dahi to wrap up your comfort meal.
So, if you’re a wildlife enthusiast who loves unconstrained serenity, add this place to your bucket list right away. To book your stay, click here.
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