Infinity Resorts Kanha

Kanha Tiger Reserve

The Infinity Resorts chain of wildlife resorts offers our guests the unique experience of being in the heart of Indian jungles, while enjoying all the creature comforts you experience from home. Nestled on a sloping hillock, amidst thick Mahua and Mango trees, bamboo and shrubs, Infinity Resorts is built on 24 acres of lush green forest and grassland adjacent to Kanha Tiger Reserve with its beautiful jungles made famous by Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book.  Stay in a choice of spacious villas or luxury tents and enjoy our hospitality in the well equipped main plaza building and reception area which is sensitively designed to reflect the local tribal architecture.  Enjoy nature walks in our grounds and along the Jamunia river, relax in our pool or spa, visit a fascinating Tribal Museum and local villages, and keep your eyes open for Sher Khan and Baloo on safari.  In the evening, watch the picturesque sunset behind the Sarasdol Hill and nearby tribal villages and look out for wild boar, spotted deer (chital) and barking deer coming to graze after dusk.

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Twenty rooms: • Ten luxury hexagonal tents - 800 square feet each - housing the bedroom, en-suite bathroom and a sit out deck. Large window panels provide the feeling of being close to nature. Tribal paintings decorate the external wall while framed pictures of the various tribes of India are found on the interior walls. Drift off to sleep from the comfort of your bed gazing at the tigers printed on the ceiling cloth and dream of what you have seen or will see in the coming days. • Ten spacious villas - 1,000 square feet each - with huge open decks and en-suite bathroom. Look out across an endless stretch of greenery, and see a variety of birds such as racquet-tailed drongos, tree pies, parakeet, and egrets. The interiors are decorated with rock paintings depicting prehistoric scenes of tribal hunting animals. The original paintings can still be found in stone caves in nearby Bhimbetka, Madhya Pradesh. All rooms have ceiling fans and individually controlled air conditioning, telephone, tea and coffee facilities, mini bar fridge, internet and WIFI service. The contemporary styled bathrooms have separate rain shower rooms, dental and shaving kits. A same day laundry service is available (except weekends).


A selection of north and south Indian food, alternating with Chinese or Continental cuisine daily. Guests can enjoy a sumptuous buffet or order a la carte. We cater for people with special diets. Meals are served in a 44-seater restaurant elevated and located at the centre of the resort, the jewel in the crown – each table romantically candlelit and beautifully laid out with linen and elaborate tableware. The architecture and interior decor are reminiscence of old colonial forest bungalows. Towards evening, watch the spectacular sun setting in the reddish sun-swept sky. As night falls, the scenery changes to that of a star-studded sky. Packed picnic and sightseeing meals are also provided.


Spa & Massage providing Ayurvedic and international therapeutic treatments*; Swimming Pool, Children’s Pool, Sun Deck and Jacuzzi; Shop, Library and Secretariat with internet access; Conference Room for up to 60 guests. * Please book in advance with our receptionists


Nature Activities: Wildlife Safaris in open-top vehicles with our well-trained English-speaking naturalist, walking trails, nature treks, birding at a nearby village and bird watching along the River Jamunia, wildlife movies and slide shows. Local Culture: visits to Baiga and Gond villages, an educational and uplifting experience providing an insight into the local tribes, indigenous people of Kanha who have co-existed with the local biodiversity for thousands of years. Visit the Tribal Museum, established by The Corbett Foundation (TCF) set up by our lodge owner in the village of Baherakhar (near Mukki Gate) to provide a fascinating insight into the Baiga and Gond tribes’ way of living, culture and art through informative displays and demonstrations. See artists at work and Baiga tribal dances, sample Baiga cuisine, visit the Baiga temple and buy locally made handicrafts in the shop. You can also spend a night in the tribal hut. The Museum is constructed from local materials and runs entirely on solar energy. View an evening of enthralling cultural dances presented by the Baiga at the resort. Adventure Activities: rappelling, mountain climbing, cross country runs and jungle treks can be organised to suit your requirements. On-site Games: swimming pool games, table tennis, soft cricket, carom, chess and darts Note: extra charges applicable to some of the above activities.

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