Forest Hills Farm & Guest House

Address: Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Masinagudi, Tamil Nadu, 643223, India | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Masinagudi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsForest Hills Farm & Guest House Masinagudi

    Reviewed by janardhanrocky

    A Date with the Jungle

    Reviewed Jun 7, 2013
    by (1 review) Bangalore , India Flag of India

    The place is rustic & serene with Nilgiris Mountain in its backdrop. It was decent place with clean rooms n toilets and some activities. Don't expect a luxurious resort, this place is meant for true jungle experience. We stayed in Family cottage, which had 2 double beds and 2 toilets. The room was clean. The lunch was ok, with hot chapathi, rice, sambar, some veg curry, chicken gravy but no desert. They have a TT table, Badminton court, volleyball court, which can be used for cricket as well. At dinner, we had special menu as requested, since we were the only guests there. It was delicious and wholesome unlike lunch and we did eat really well that night. All in all, a true jungle experience here at Forest Hills. Great location, good food, wonderful service, clean rooms in a good managers hand. This place is indeed a nature lovers paradise. But i have to warn you, this isn't for fainthearted.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Forest Hills Farm & Guest House Masinagudi

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    Travel Blogs from Masinagudi

    I Feel Like Family

    A travel blog entry by adventurlandia on Feb 11, 2014

    1 comment, 64 photos

    ... rice. 1ftx1ftx1ft. Same with two beans. and then they got a coconut and sugarcane stalk at the end. And if one elephant does not want to eat it's food, then the others don't either. Once that saliva is on it, there is NO WAY the other ones will partake. It goes out to a bucket, which then the wild boars ravage (as the Indian circle of reuse is once again illustrated). I hadn't seen an elephant close before. I think the last time must have been in a zoo somewhere when I was in ...

    Jungle Retreat

    A travel blog entry by npacadia on Jan 05, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... to the urban environment of Bangalore, the air was crisp and clean, nights were as dark as anywhere I've been, and the temperatures went down to the upper 40s. The environment here was a real welcome change to the hustle, congestion, noise, and pollution of the city.

    The resort can accommodate about 50 guests. Most are ...

    Mudumalai and the Elephant's Bottom

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Jan 29, 2013

    18 photos

    ... Hay, another homestay on a coffee plantation, but this time on the edge of Mudumalai Forest. We were picked up by jeep as the road was rough!





    We sat watching black faced langur monkeys playing in the garden.
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    Kotagiri to Coonoor

    A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Feb 16, 2011

    2 photos

    ... the children and went to get more money and lots of snacks.
    It bewildered me how much more built up Coonoor seemed since I had last been there thirty years previously. Then only the towns most lower regions had been a place of bustle and chaos. A road from there had led up to sedate British Raj lands, big beautiful old houses with big gardens, very classy and peaceful. Now it seemed that the towns lower bustle had erupted all over the higher ...

    Emeralde, Porthimund and Parson's Valley

    A travel blog entry by indianature on Jan 19, 2011

    1 comment, 116 photos

    ... supply statistics. Parsons Valley is the main catchment for supplying drinking water to Ooty.















    We enjoyed a well deserved cup of tea at the little village in Parsons Valley. One of the forest officers who was with Sivaprakash earlier, and another whom we recognised ...