Doing some research as to where you are going will help you find the right accommodation. This will also fine-tune your travel. Finding the right accommodation is difficult if you are not in touch with someone who has been there earlier.
There are websites of repute where you can get honest reviews. Read them to come to the conclusion. The reviews also give you an idea of the type of accommodation and most importantly they help you justify the tariff.
Visit the website of the hotel or resort you have eventually chosen. This accord more information. Contact the manager or the owner after you have narrowed down the available choice. Since the middlemen are not there some reduction in tariff is expected. Holiday discounts can also be availed but this is usually not the norm at the tiger reserves.
Comparing the tariff with the facilities and services offered is of greater importance. Since low tariff does not necessarily mean you will have a good experience. Hence be very circumspect while choosing the hotel accommodation near the tiger reserves.
Most of the destinations offer high-end, luxurious, and budget resorts. Choose between the first two unless cost is a severe constraint.
If you are not able to get the right guide for the safari in the park then ask for a naturalist service. You need guidance and interpretations. Most of the ecotourism accommodations have a naturalist in their services. Tracking tigers and other animals and birds are not easy and a good naturalist guide can help find.
Discuss accommodation and food thoroughly before you make the payment.