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Nature Heritage Resort
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Reviewed 6 November 2011

I sometimes wonder how dedicated tourist resorts like Nature Heritage manages to keep up the spirit of the staff. Tourists keeps coming and most often stay for a night or two. Nevertheless the polite staff does everything possible to make the guests feel comfortable and at ease. Astonishing.

Great food and jeeps too.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled with family
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2  Thank Michael Juul H
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Reviewed 8 June 2011

The resort probably would have been okay if it weren't for the bugs. It wasn't this-room-is-dirty kind of bugs but more this-room-is-not-sealed kind of bugs. They all hide during the day and then come out at night when you're trying to sleep. I was dive-bombed by beetles, and ants crawled across the bed when I was in it. These were actually the tamest of the bugs. There were several wicked-looking, unidentified bugs of a few inches long that made regular appearances. Some of those were dive bombers, too. If you don't mind bugs, read on.

The room itself was quite spacious with a very nice sitting room attached to the bedroom. The room was a little dark, but the sitting area had lots of windows, so it was very nice during the day between your morning and afternoon safaris.

The safaris themselves were nice, though I did not get to see any tigers. I did see lots of birds, including peacocks and a couple of eagles, wild boar, lots of deer. . . The resort arranges everything, so it's no hassle. The resort is a good location for entrance to the park.

The food was okay. I don't care for Indian food, so this is actually a compliment. It's kind of a weird mix. A little bit Indian, a little bit westernish that helped me be able to find things I could eat.

If it weren't for the bugs, I'd be willing to go back here.

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled solo
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6  Thank pollyannapolliwog
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Reviewed 7 June 2011

What an awful place to spend 9 nights. Rooms were dark and dingy, window blinds locked in place, just as well as there was no view unless you like car parks.
Bathroom functional if you like holding up the seat whist urinating, shower passable but no regular supply of hot water. Electricity random despite the supposed generator.

Fodd just about as bland as you could get, very little resemblance to Indian or anything else for that matter. Staff largely surly and unattentive.

Best of all we ordered two glasess of red wine as the bottle did not have enough it was topped up with an entirely different wine, and even worse were charged Rupees 500 per glass (around $11).

I would not recommend this place to anybody.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank kensword
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Reviewed 20 May 2011

We stayed at Nature Heritage Resort during mid May 2011.

The Resort: It is located about 500 mts from the Tala Gate in a peaceful surrounding with a lot of greenery in and around the resort.

Accommodation: They have two categories of rooms. Most of them are 1 room cottages. The other category of rooms is like suites…much bigger & better than the ones in the cottages. It should be noted that the region has very erratic power supply. We experienced scheduled load-shedding from 8am to 11am on all the days we stayed at the resort. Although the website states that they have generator back-up, ACs do not work on a generator back-up. This aspect can be overlooked between October and March when the climate is cooler. However, during summers (April to June) this is a major discomfort. Would suggest the suites during summers as the rooms are much cooler and one can manage without the AC for a few hours.

We were initially put up in the cottage type rooms where the lighting in the bathroom was very dim and the AC was not functioning properly. Upon our request they shifted us to the larger room (suite). The bathrooms were clean in both categories of rooms.

Food: They have a preset menu for all meals. The food is simple (non-spicy) yet delicious.

Service: The staff is very courteous and cooperative. The resort manager Mr Ram Govind is a very helpful person and ensures all guests have a very comfortable stay.

Safari/Game Drive: We did 5 game drives/safaris and sighted tigers in 2 of our morning safaris. Our naturalist/driver Sonu Barman and forest guide Sukhnidhan were excellent. They had good knowledge about the flora & fauna of the jungle. Their ability to track & sight tigers was commendable. Would recommend that one should do at least 5-6 safaris/game drives to have a better chance of sighting tigers. There are quite a few forest guides of good repute when it comes to sighting wild life, and one has the option of choosing a particular forest guide by paying an additional fee.

Overall it was a nice stay and I would like to ignore the initial discomfort.

Room Tip: Opt for the larger rooms (suites) during summers
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Wanderlust_NS
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Reviewed 16 January 2011

Well managed and comfortable lodge is very close to the entrance to the National Park. The food is excellent and the service is first rate. The staff are friendly and helpful, and took care of us very well, especially as the weather was unseasonably cold. The room is spacious and bed is comfortable. Bathroom was spotlessly clean but could do with some updating of fittings and decor. We throughly enjoyed our stay here and recommend it as a good base for visiting the park.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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