Aranyak literally means of the forest. Spread over the vast expanse of more than 10 acre Aranyak successfully tries to capture the spirit of the forest. The suites are designed to reflect the rustic feel of a rural village. The sixteen cottages are divided into 10 single and 6 double suites. Each suite is decorated with a distinct theme. Every cottage is decorated by village art and a well-planned interior decoration.
You will find Bamboo Furniture in your rooms. Also, Handcrafted furniture from Bastar of exotic Indian timber in the Common dining area will amaze you for sure. For the true village feel the cottages are mud colored and have rafters. Each suite has bedroom, separate dressing area, shower and an open roof bathroom.
Swimming pool, meditation and Yoga room, Amphitheatre are included along with modern and basic amenities of the Resort. Wake up in the morning with the picturesque view of fog covered Vindhya Mountain Range from your window.
Spread across the core area of 720 Sq. Km. and buffer area 850 Sq. Km. The renowned tiger reserve, Bandhavgarh is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Vindhya mountain range envelopes Bandhavgarh making it india's one of the most beautiful Tiger Reserve. The scenic landscape features mixed deciduous forests, woodlands, vast grasslands and steep hills. Bandhavgarh is a rich in Indian heritage - The 10th century statue of Lord Vishnu, a 2000 year old magnificient fort and the dense Sal and Bamboo jungle make Bandhavgarh one of the most spectacular parks in India.
Bandhavgarh is famous for its great number of tigers. The hilly terrain with meadows and grasslands are perfect for tiger sightings. Besides being famous for its tigers Bandhavgarh is also home to many species of animals. Leopard, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Wild Dogs, Jakal and Indian Fox being the predators while Indian Gazelle, Spotted Deer, Sambhar Deer, Bue Bull (Neel Gai), Wold boars, Porcupines and Many other rodents in herbivore prey base. With more than a 250 species of birds in Bandhavgarh, Aranyak is a paradise for bird watchers. Tala Range having the highest density of tiger in the world.