Infinity Resorts Kanha

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Madhya Pradesh

The Infinity Resorts offers guests the experience of being in the heart of Indian jungles, nestled on a sloping hillock and at striking distance from the National Park. The resort is spread over 24 acres of lush green forest and grasslands with thick mahua and mango trees, bamboo and shrubs that attract a variety of colourful birds that are a pleasure to watch and photograph. Stay in a spacious villa or luxury tent with the rooms tastefully decorated with rock paintings depicting prehistoric scenes of tribal hunting animals. The original paintings can still be found in stone caves in nearby Bhimbetka.
  • Wildlife safaris; walking trails; nature treks; bird watching along the river Jamunia; visits to Baiga and Gond villages; visit the Tribal Museum established by The Corbett Foundation; rappelling; mountain climbing; jungle treks.
  • A choice of 20 rooms is offered to guests. These include 10 hexagonal tents with en suite bathrooms and a sit-out deck, and 10 villas with open decks. 
  • A selection of North and South Indian food, Chinese and Continental cuisines are served. Guests can enjoy a grand buffet or order a la carte. Packed picnic and sightseeing meals are also provided. Riverside picnic lunch, evening theme dinner and morning breakfast can be arranged on request.

  • The resort is open all through the year but the park is closed from July to October.
  • Nearest airport - Jabalpur (176 km), Nagpur (270 km)
    Nearest railhead - Jabalpur (176 km), Nagpur (270 km)
    Nearest park gate - Mukki (8 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome. They can visit the local village, learn craftwork from the locals, and watch wildlife documentaries at the lodge.
  • From £39 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wifi access

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Kanha Tiger Reserve

Stopping your vehicle beside one of the large golden grass meadows with the sunbeams angled by the tall sal forest behind you; a morning mist and the unseen crack of horns from a pair of barasingha stags clashing and you might well be reminded of Mowgli’s forests made famous by Rudyard Kipling. These lowland forests are a mixture of great sal hardwood trees, once heavily felled for railways sleepers and other mixed species of forest. It is interspersed with grassy meadows - the habitat Read more>>

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