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Jungle Inn
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

I have been visiting this place off and on from past few years and the staff have always been courteous. As far as the place is concerned it meets all basic needs one can expect near a forest. Rooms are basic, make a good place for a sound sleep, food is very homely.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank endeem
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Reviewed July 5, 2012

Imagine going on an adventure trip, with the stay arranged at the edge of the wild, and the place of stay having an enticing name reminiscent of the revered naturalist Jim Corbett himself, and a reputation (at least on the web-site) of tiger-tales shared around the campfire by been-there, seen-it-all wild-life enthusiasts!! Well, the inducement and enticement was just that--glib marketing! An incident amongst many would throw light on a place that was relevant long back when POSSIBLY, long time ago, trained spotters were on the staff, who assiduously kept good liaison with the Forest Wardens, the cook too had tales to add, and enthusiasts shared a simple yet tasty meal around a campfire. We had excitedly got ready to do the jungle safari with first light,at 6 Am, when the Forest Dept opens the gates to the sanctuary. Well… the driver was nowhere to be seen even at 6:10 AM, and when 15 min later he turned up, we could not exit the Inn as the Inn-gates were still padlocked and the watchman had disappeared with the keys. All this, despite good-humored warnings to us from the manager during dinner the previous night that we should be on time. The staff assigned for the Jeep Safari were not able to identify some of the wildlife, the safari caters to no facilitation whatsoever in the form of spotting equipment like binoculars, or pictorial guides, it is conducted along asphalted roads even otherwise given access to for people in vehicles to cut across the sanctuary between 6Am and 6PM. The food in this place is cooked by someone who has challenged taste buds. To cap it, we were served the previous day’s tomato gravy in a poorly camouflaged form- as chutney- for breakfast served to enable an early morning exit. However, the rooms were large, adequately cleaned, ventillated and well located. This then is a Jungle Inn, to be read as “an Inn, near the Jungle”. The same experience could be obtained by staying at Hunsur and driving down to reach the sanctuary by 6 AM.

Room Tip: Hobson's choice here!
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Wanderbugged
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Reviewed May 1, 2012

i stayed there for couple of days and everything on their website is a lie. The service is pathetic to say the list...Food is horrible.....Nothing in the resort to pass time... Food is horrible.....There safari do not take you inside the jungle....bonfire is for 20 mins and for everything they will ask you to pay extra... every sack has to be ordered two plate even if you are a couple....this is just a rip off and the management are cheaters......Please do not go there...

Room Tip: Everything sucks
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Solitude1234567
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Reviewed April 30, 2012

The resort sucks big time. There is noting in the resort although the website and the management their will promise you alot. They mention cycling in the website but lol only one cycle is available..If you are a vegetarian...god save you....the non veg is not great either....I would recommend you not to spoil your weekend their...The management is pathetic..No service...you would not even get drinking water in your room...Can't have alcohol their....

Room Tip: I would not recommend any one going their forget about the room.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Traveller535
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Reviewed April 22, 2012

This place is located on the boundary of the Nagarhole forest about 0.5km from the entry gate. Overall it is of average quality with plain rooms and furniture (no TV), but clean. The overall ambience of the resort was nice and gives a feel of a forest. There is no room service, so we had to go to the cafeteria for meals. The water provided in the rooms tasted weird, so we had to buy bottled water. The food was average. The staff was quite friendly and helpful. The jungle safari that they arranged cost Rs. 2400 for a family of 4. It was basically a jeep ride through the main paved road in the forest and all we saw was deer and elephants. We later realized that we could have done the same thing in our own car for free! Also, there was a noisy group of drunk men at night that was annoying. The campfire that was promised in the brochure never materialized. The main drawback of this place is the price....we had to pay Rs. 9000 for a family of 4 for one night stay plus 2400 for the safari. It is certainly not worth that price.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank true_travelover
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