Immerse yourself in the poetry of nature and the stories of Pench. Set in Pench Tiger Reserve, surrounded by the jungle, Haldu Tola is named after the long-standing Haldu tree. The home has four bedrooms that come together forming a ‘tola’ or a hamlet. Intricately carved by local artisans from the Gond tribal community, the home has vivid cultural elements. A spacious home that sings of folklore, Haldu Tola welcomes you with a grand crafted doorway. Centred on an elegant courtyard scented with a melange of flora, the villa has four ensuite bedrooms, a dining room, a majestic living room and a lounge that leads to the pool. Marvel at the paintings while you relax on the swing or squeeze in a workout session at the gym. The gazebo is perfect to gaze at the surrounding canopies while you chat with your loved ones. Feel the pleasure of solitude, capture memorable moments with your camera or simply revel in the peaceful company of the wild at the machan, a short walk from the villa. Inspired by the elements of nature, Haldu Tola is a universe in itself. Run your fingers on the carved doors and observe the artisans bring their world alive through vibrant carvings.
Haldu Tola stands as a pinnacle of ecological responsibility—it proudly maintains a largely plastic-free environment, powered by solar energy, while its gardens flourish with seasonal vegetables. A celebration of nature and craftsmanship, Haldu Tola is an ideal home for travellers who enjoy stories and disconnecting amid nature. We welcome guests who will respect the diverse flora and fauna of Pench National Park