Kanha Jungle Lodge

Kanha Tiger Reserve

Madhya Pradesh

Naturalist and old timers Tarun and Dimple Bhati have run the Kanha Jungle lodge for over fifteen years, as part of Tiger Resorts Group. Its eleven acres of thick sal forest has engulfed the open sided buildings and rooms under its arching canopies ensuring an authentic natural forest environment in which to spend your wildlife holiday. You know it’s real when every evening you can watch flying squirrels glide amongst the trees. The lodge’s naturalists (or Tarun and Dimple’s young son Jai) take guests on walks and birding tours pointing out the many species found here and regaling them with anecdotes, interesting tid-bits and finding a large number of painted butterflies.
  • Nature walks; bird watching; star gazing; cooking classes; village visits; visit to village schools and markets.
  • Accommodation is in one of 18 rooms and 2 new independent deluxe cottages with private patios overlooking the forest. All rooms have attached bathroom and a hot water bottle is placed in your bed at night!
  • A large round thatched dining room serves continental and Indian cuisine. Much of the produce comes from the lodge’s organic farm. Order up a drink from the bar as you tell each other stories from the day’s safari.

  • Closed from 15th June to 15th October, depending on the park opening date. Wednesday afternoons parks are closed and Holi and Diwali parks are closed for full day
  • Nearest airport - Jabalpur (176 km), Nagpur (270 km)
    Nearest railhead - Jabalpur (176 km), Nagpur (270 km)
    Nearest park gate - Mukki (1 km)
  • Children of all ages are welcome.
  • From £116 From price based on lowest category room per night. Enquire direct to get full range of pricing and to book.
  • In-house lodge naturalist
  • Bikes
  • Wheelchair 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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