Svasara meaning ‘the nest’ is a family owned property. The late Mr. S.P. Sinha, an avid wildlife photographer envisaged it as a retreat for the family. It soon evolved into a boutique jungle lodge that shares the family’s love for wildlife with other like-minded nature enthusiasts. The lodge is set over ten acres of land overlooking the Tadoba forest and hills, most of which has been allowed to become a reforested sanctuary.
The lodge offers twelve charming habitat-themed rooms, a spa, pool and an evolving sense of conscious and environment friendly tourism. The lobby is the space for guests to mingle and the highlight is the ceiling painted with Warli Art. The Spa is housed in a beautiful house constructed with reclaimed teak wood and Allahabad white tiles salvaged from old buildings. The outdoor dining venue, The Teak House, has been modelled after garden pavilions popularised by Maratha Kings. It also houses the open-air Jungle Cinema where guests can gain an insight on the Tadoba Reserve and watch nature based documentaries.