Singinawa Jungle Lodge

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Singinawa is a Sherpa word which means ‘Protectors of the Sacred Forest’ and is the philosophy which guides Nanda and Latika Rana, the owners.

Located on 55 acres of restored lands which once again attracts lots of wildlife and birdlife, Singinawa Jungle Lodge offers a chance to experience of the jungles of central India and then enjoy the comforts and hospitality of a world class lodge. The lodge offers the chance to not only learn about the tiger and its habitat from recognised experts but to also experience ecologically responsible lodge operations and gain insight into conservation at work that aims to benefit local communities and the Tiger Reserve.

Rooms

12 charming, comfortable stone and slate cottages with a large bedroom, verandah, large en-suite bathrooms, fireplaces, air conditioning & mini bar. Two cottages and the Lodge offer barrier free access. Aditionally, two cottages are located close to each other for family groups.

Meals

All meals included. Choice of dining venues and food, cooked with fresh fare from the village. Indian, continental and Nepalese cuisine.

Facilities

Lovely swimming pool, own waterhole, bar, library and internet access.

Activities

Two game drives per day with top naturalists into Park, nature walks, birdwatching, village visits and bikes.

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