The camp is divided between two nearby sites, each of which has nine stunning suites. The walls are made of pressed bamboo, the en suite bathrooms are porcelain, and much of the furniture has been carved from sustainable, native wood. You can bird watch directly from the expansive private deck outside your tent, or lie back and relax in the huge freestanding bathtub.
The lodge is centred on a spacious courtyard reminiscent of those at the heart of India’s traditional haveli houses.
In the evenings, local tribes will perform energetic dances to a pulsing beat around the campfire, and you will dine on succulent morsels carefully prepared for you by Banjaar Tola’s dedicated chefs. The way that they balance subtle flavours such as saffron with stronger tastes of citrus and spice is almost magical; you’ll dream at night of their food long after you arrive home.