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Singinawa Jungle Lodge
Kanha Tiger Reserve
- Jeep safaris into the park, treks and nature walks in the buffer forest are popular. Go into the interior of the forest on a 20 km track on all terrain Firefox bicycles to Jaldid and Baiga village, or plan a day trip to Phen Wildlife Sanctuary. If you go for a visit to a nearby village, don’t forget to stop by the village market, cattle fair and meet the tribal potters at Baihar. Take a guided tour of The Kanha Museum of Life and Art at the lodge. The lodge offers visitors the added opportunity to not only accompany trained naturalists on a tour of the local forests but also soak in the indigenous culture through an aesthetic experience.
- The lodge offers 12 tastefully designed cottages. All of them have a large bedroom,private verandah, en suite bathrooms with double vanities and rain showers, proper fireplaces, air conditioning and a mini bar. Recently introduced 'The Perch' is a secluded bungalow that offers 4 avifauna-themed rooms. It has its own private dining and living room, kitchen, library, a personal butler, and a lotus pond that beautifies the surrounding garden.
- Singinawa’s chefs offer extensive menus of Indian, Nepalese, Continental and pan Asian cuisines. The adjoining home farm grows and supplies organic rice, wheat and pulses directly to the kitchen, while vegetables, herbs and spices are plucked afresh daily from their organic herb and spice garden.The Watering Hole, with its open treetop level terrace, offers guests an idyllic venue to unwind over a cup of coffee, or partake of an elaborate range of cocktails.
- Singinawa is closed from end of June to end of September each year.
- Nearest airport - Jabalpur (155 km), Nagpur (275 km)Nearest railhead - Jabalpur (155 km), Nagpur (275 km)Nearest park gate - Mukki (12 km), Khatia (36 km)
- Children of all ages are welcome. They get the chance to learn traditional Indian games with school children from nearby villages. They can also learn pugmark identification, plaster cast making techniques and how to read jungle signs with the resident naturalist. The lodge also arranges for baby sitters, special cots and food for infants and children on request.
- In-house lodge naturalist
- Credit cards accepted
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair access
- Wifi access
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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