Chatim-tala Tourism & Travel Guide

Also, do not miss the Amra-Kunja or the Mango Orchard, the Ghanta Ghor or the Bell-House nearby, and the famous Chatim Tala which still holds the famous twin Chatim trees, around which has been built a small shrine....

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The Tala village is also a lovely place to halt for a few hours....

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About Tala

Tala is a small village right on the lip of the sanctuary. People often breeze past it, it being nothing more than a collection of mud huts, with inhabitants who seemed to me rather amused by the flood of people who went cheerily and loudly into the forest. But Tala is beautiful, it has a one or two small tea shops run by locals and its pleasant to sit there all the while looking at the mud huts that were the inspiration for the large and ostentatious resorts that tried to mimic the charm. There were no places to stay here right in the village, the resorts which all have been named based on some permutation or combination of tiger or trail lie ahead, which on reflection seemed good, it would be horrible to see this place suddenly eroded by more people than it was meant to handle.
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