A Jungle Stay Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
A beautiful lodge with charming English styled cottages set in the forest area with just the wilderness around
The lounge area is the heart of this place. This is where people have lunch, dinner, drinks in the evening or just sit by alone on the cosy sitting areas with a book.
Snapshot of a few spaces where people just pull a chair and start having conversations with strangers, who turn into good friends by the end of the stay
The projector room where documentaries on wildlife are shown opens up into an alternative open air dining space
Small white pebbles and a path cleared out mark your way to the comfortable cottages
The entrance to one of the elegant white washed cottages
Each cottage has been tastefully furnished with period furniture and has a modern bathroom with all the amenities to make your stay comfortable
Each cottage has a lovely sit-out area from where you can watch the monkeys swing from one tree to another or find them scrounging around for the sweet mahua flowers
If you wish to explore the area, hop on a bicycle and take it where you please
The patch of water attracts many residents of the jungle such as the tiger and jackal who come back by especially at nights to quench their thirst
This is the place where the resident elephant goes for a swim every evening. You'll see her run and hide in the water as soon as she gets there. An experience that you must not miss!
A snapshot of the resident elephant playing with the mahout and showing her skills! After the swim, the resident elephant gently lies on one side making way for the guests to scrub her and bathe her.
The beautiful dinner set up for the evening after all the guests are back from the day's safari
Evenings here are beautiful when the whole place is lit in warm lights and everyone gets together to exchange their stories from the day in the jungle over a few drinks
There are lots of hammocks on the property for you to just lie back comfortably and enjoy the wilderness
The region is surrounded by the bright flame of the forest, sal and mahua trees, each with its own distinct fragrance.