Those looking for a quiet place to stay amidst the jungles of Kanha will love this resort. It’s the perfect place for couples, small groups of friends/ family. It would also make for a great place for small yoga retreats.

What we love

  • The only sounds you’ll hear are the calls of the birds, the rustle of the leaves, the buzzing of insects and the sound within yourself.
  • This is a beautiful place surrounded by parrot green sal trees that have a therapeutic fragrance especially in the evenings.
  • The rooms are well furnished with four poster beds, wooden furniture and interesting objects made of cane. You’ll also see lovely paintings of hunting scenes and other residents of the jungle.
  • Towards the evenings, post sunset, everyone gathers around the bonfire to exchange stories, watch the starlit sky and hear the sound o the night birds while having their drinks.
  • The manager and his wife are by far the most knowledgable people of this jungle. If you see something that interests you, just ask him and he’ll tell you more than just one story about it.

What to know

  • Electricity, mobile and internet connectivity are not the best. A back up generator takes care of the power issues and you’ll just need to find spots where you find a few bars of signal on your phone.
  • Markets are far away from the area. If you require something in particular, make sure you either carry it with you or give enough notice to the staff to have it organized for you.
  • Other than the safari, you can also go on a bird watching trail and walk to the tribal village early in the morning. We assure you, it’ll be an eye opening experience and one that you shouldn’t miss at all!
  • Carry ODOMOS or any other mosquito repellant, sunscreen, hats, sunglasses and a jacket (even in the summers)!


  • Airconditioning
  • Heating
  • Balcony/ sit out area
  • Hot water
  • Hair dryer
  • Complimentary water
  • Room Service
  • Internet


  • Wifi
  • Local phone
  • Credit card accepted


  • Dining Area
  • Lawns/ gardens


  • Swimming Pool


  • Wheelchair access
  • Child friendly
  • Parking
  • Pets allowed


  • Towels/ toiletries
  • Laundry


  • Bar
  • Restaurant


  • Manager
  • Housekeeper
  • Chef/ cook
  • Security personnel


  • Fire extinguisher
  • Power back up
  • Safety locker
Below rates are indicative. Send booking request for lowest rates Show rates in Indian Rupee
Room Type Currency 1 October to 30
June '19
Deluxe Double INR 9,750

Rate Includes

  • ​Room tariffs on double occupancy basis
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Additional Details


  • GST of 18% will be applicable on the above mentioned rates

Safari Rates:

  • Safari - INR 7000 (Indians); INR 8000 (foreign nationals) - 4 people in a jeep inclusive of naturalist and guide fees

​Cancellation Policy:

  • For cancellations made less than 21 days prior to the day of arrival, 100% will be charged
  • For cancellations made more than 21 days prior to the day of arrival, 1 night’s charges will be retained
  • Safari bookings once confirmed are non-transferable and non-refundable. The cancellation of the safari will be as per the MP Tourism Forest policies.

Extra bed charges:

  • No extra bed charges will apply for children below 12 years of age
  • For people above 12 years of age, 50% of the tariff will apply

Park Closed:

  • Park is closed from 15th June to 1st October

Check-in & Check-out time: 12 Noon, though flexible

Awesome Things to do nearby


Kanha National Park

​​Kanha Tiger Reserve is located in the Maikal Hills of the Satpuras. The lush green sal and bamboo forests, grassy meadows and ravines of Kanha provided inspiration to Rudyard Kipling for his famous novel The Jungle Book.

Kanha is virtually a tiger land, with several tigresses occupying traditionally famous natal areas. Several pockets of high density areas lead to competition amongst tigers for food and space with several signs indicating their presence.

The most precious animal of Kanha is the Central Indian Barasingha also called the swamp deer. The other common animals found in the reserve are leopard, Spotted deer, Sambar, Wild pigs, Grey langur and more than 300 species of birds.

Best Season - November to April

Closed: 1 July to 15 October

A view of Kanha National Park
A view of Kanha National Park
A streak of tigers spotted on a game drive!
A streak of tigers spotted on a game drive!

Tribal Village Walk

The tribal villages that surround the lush green forests will leave you amazed. Almost all the mud huts are painted blue as the tribes believe in just Lord Shiva, the God who consumed poison that turned his throat blue.

The villages are immaculately clean and beautiful as are the people who reside in them. Each tribe has a unique tattoo design that can be seen on every member typically on the head, arms and legs.

Take a guided walk down any one of these villages and we assure you, it’ll leave a tattoo on your mind as well. Both men and women leave for work early on in the day, so do rise and shine early if you want to have a quick chat with them!

Walk into the tribal village
Walk into the tribal village
Tribe in Kanha
Tribe in Kanha

Bird Watching

​The forests of the Mhadei Wildlife Sanctuary are home to some of the most beautiful and endemic birds of the Indian subcontinent as well as the Western Ghats. Here’s a little about two of the birds:

Malabar Whistling Thrush - A solitary bird, the Malabar Whistling Thrush is an Indian endemic and is also known as the Whistling Schoolboy for its melodious birdsong. Chorla Ghats is one of the best places to see this avian wonder and hear its distinct notes fill the morning air everyday.

Malabar Grey Hornbill - An endemic species of Hornbill, restricted to the Western Ghats, is known for its unique breeding habits of sealing its female in a tree hollow with the young one and taking care of it till it matures.

The Indian Pitta, Loten’s sunbird, the Crimson backed sunbird, the White Cheecked Barbet are some really colourful birds that you should watch out for. Besides this, a number of threatened species such as the Long billed Vulture, the Sri Lankan Frog Mouth and the Black Shouldered kite are part of the forest.

A bird watcher or not, make sure you go on the early morning birding trails during your stay here. We highly recommend it! If you miss it, speak to the naturalist to see if another one can be organized.

The Malabar Whistling Thrush
The Malabar Whistling Thrush
The Pied Hornbill
The Pied Hornbill
The Loten's Sunbird
The Loten's Sunbird