BRT Tiger Reserve is a much sought after destination mainly for the breath taking views of nature from the hills, in fact the drive along the main roads of the Tiger Reserve is one full of encounters with wild animals.
Forest Department has designated a small area for eco-tourism, the tourism zone is located around K-Gudi and morning and evening safaris are conducted daily. Though BRT Tiger Reserve is a highly preferred destination by the eco-tourist, little accommodation and less intensive safaris make the destination only amenable to the serious eco-tourists, with fewer numbers the nature is much more pristine and the wilderness much more encompassing. Above all the thrill of a possible sighting of the Tiger around the corner makes the safari drives much more exciting.
How can I make a reservation if I have to stay at B.R.Hills?
There are two forest rest houses which can be reserved in advance. One is at K.Gudi, which can accommodate 6 people and the other is at BR Hills which can accommodate 4 people.
For reservations of Forest Department accommodation contact: 08226-222059
e-mail: email@example.com. It is suggested to have a telephonic conversation so that availability of the accommodation can be confirmed. Please ask for Mr. Doraiswamy. Your telephonic talk should be followed by a fax or letter addressed to
The CF and Director,
BRT Tiger Reserve,
Sultan Sharif Circle,
Fax no. 08226-22059
Rates for accommodation: 500 – 2000 INR
Please note: Forest Department accommodation is tentative, in case of visiting senior officials and VIPs, the Forest Department reserves the right of cancellation.
Another alternate accommodation, which can accommodate around 30 people is the K-Gudi Wilderness camp run by Jungle Lodges and Resorts. Link is here –
Resident Manager JLR : +91729621921, +919449597877.
There are other alternatives, googling ‘Stay at BR Hills’ should be yielding some results.
How can I do safaris in BRT Tiger Reserve?
Presently there is only one tourism zone in K-Gudi from where jeep safaris are run. Jeep safaris are run by Forest Department and Jungle Lodges. One vehicle is run by Forest Department accommodating 6 people. Jungle Lodges run 5 vehicles, which can accommodate 7 people per vehicle. Jungle Lodges and Forest Department also accommodate walk in guests for safaris but you need to inform them in advance. Contact: RFO K-Gudi and Resident Manager JLR +91729621921, +919449597877.
Safari timings: 06.30AM – 9.00 AM and 3.30 PM – 6.30 PM
Charges for each safari:
Forest department: INR 400/person
Jungle lodges: INR 1250/person
Safari charges include forest entry fees.