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Taj Hotels and CC Africa unveil safari experience in India

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, Oct 26 (UNI) Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, Conservation Corporation of Africa (CC Africa) and Cigen Corporation (a part of Chaudhary Group) today announced the stricking of a joint venture for opening of their first luxury wilderness lodge in the country, Mahua Kothi in Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh.

Briefing the media about the joint venture here today, MD and CEO of The Indian Hotels Company Ltd, Raymond Bickson, said,''By this way we are trying to establish a harmonious relationship between the human beings and the planet earth''. He termed the venture as an initiative by like-minded hospitality companies.

Mahua Kothi will be opened for the guests from November 01 as part of the venture. It will be followed by the launch of the second lodge, Baghvan, on the border of Pench National Park in the southern part of the state in February next year. We are also looking at spreading our venture to Uttaranchal by the end of the current financial year, said director, operations of the company, T Mridula.

The per night stay at the lodge would cost Rs 28,000 (or USD 600) per person which would also include services like beverages, meals, tiger tracking by an especially designed safari export car from Tata Sons' House.

Sarath Champati,

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