in Bandhavgarh National Park
close to the celebrated Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, the Camp
Mewar or Mewar Camp in Ketkiya derives its name from the 'Ketkiya
Nala', a stream that trickles along its edge, and is a popular
tourist rest house in the region. Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge is
walking distance from the Park's main gate and is in periphery of
the park. It has been developed on the theme of an Indian Village.
A mere 15 minutes rive form the Bandhavgarh Wildlife; the place
consists of 4 Aodhis, i.e. the cottages designed in the manner
of hunting towers of the former rulers of Mewar. These along
with 5 tents and 3 wood thatched huts offers comfortable
accommodations in Bandhavgarh.
Camp is equipped with twelve thatched twin-bedded cottages
around an inner courtyard. There are two separate villas with
further accommodations of eight rooms. All the rooms are
designed in a classic Indian village theme each having its own
unique rustic charm.