Welcome to Wild Planet Resort – an intimate, secluded, luxurious resort located in the middle of a dense rain forest. Nestled in the natural beauty of the wilds, Wild Planet Jungle resort is located at Devala-(The Chirapunji of South India), in the Nilgiris, the border of Wayanad hills and Mudumalai tiger reserve. It is an iconic Indian retreat, set in 100 acres of land which is hidden inside the secluded 3300 square kilometers of tropical rain forest in the midst of Nilgiris mountain range- the meeting point of Eastern and Western Ghats.
Wild Planet is truly one of a kind, all inclusive Indian eco lodge which is surrounded by forest and is one of the most remote, adventurous, romantic and unique resort one can ever come across. At Wild Planet, guests take the road less travelled and will find unprecedented solitude, serenity, rest, relaxation and refreshment. The green blanketed misty hills cleanse the mind, soul and body. The resort setting is picture-perfect with a dramatic finely embroidered luxurious living in the ruggedness of the jungle.
Hill Top Cottages
Hill Top Cottages are spacious (650 sq. each) and luxuriously done accommodations. The cottages are atop a hillock in the middle of a tea plantation providing a green blanket on the slopes. The balcony overlooks the surrounding rain forest and the Niligiri mountain range, as far as the eye can see.
Valley View Cabin
Valley View Cabins are situated on the slopes of a hillock, closer to our lake and swimming pool. The balcony offers a view of the nearby water body in the day time and the heavy mist surrounding these cottages make you feel like you are among clouds while on the balcony at night. These cottages offer the best chances of seeing herds of elephants on the opposite hill just outside the perimeter of our property.
Jungle Log House
Jungle Wood Houses are inside 10 acres of private forest land that we have maintained inside the property. These cozy cabins (350 sq.ft) in the middle of the forest are best suited for adventurous couples who enjoy being right in the heart of nature and wish to witness the denizens of the forest up-close.