Dense woodlands and open grasslands, riverine vegetation and dry riverbeds; forest-grassland edges, reservoirs and mountainous terrain provide an extensive lesson in geographic diversity. These can be explored in and around the resort.
Grasslands that previously were village fields, interspersed by densely wooded forests and streams. A fine example of forest reclamation done right.
Dhikala contains a diverse range of habitats which is widely considered to be the prime habitat for the tiger and the elephant.
The mixed forest & plantation forest attract scores of Sambar deer, keenly prowled by the tiger!
Famous for angling and wonderful bird watching experiences.
A large zone with a great network of roads to take you deep into the forests.
The wildlife, simple settlements and the Sitabani temple offer a unique rural and jungle experience.
This is the leopard’s prime habitat while lush hilly terrain offers tremendous birding opportunities.
A haven for winter migratory birds.