Banjaar Tola
Kanha National Park
Banjaar Tola safari lodge is situated along the banks of the Banjaar River, directly overlooking the heart of Kanha National Park. The lodge boasts two elegant camps of nine suites, each with its own intimate tented sitting area. Named after the gypsy tribes who camped by the Banjaar River, the luxurious en suite tents are lightweight and eco-friendly structures, designed with rustic local supplies. Wide glass doors open onto private decks overlooking the river, offering panoramic views of the wilderness beyond.

The guest dining and sitting area feature a small library full of information on the region and its wildlife. There is well-stocked safari bar and a large swimming pool. Delicious Indian fare is served on the spacious dining decks with dramatic river views.
Activities and Excursions :
Morning and afternoon jeep safaris are organised to the park. Kanha National Park, India’s national treasure and Asia’s finest protected area, has a core zone of 940 sq km. It is home to 22 species of mammals and 220 species of birds. This includes the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, Indian Wild Dog, the elusive Leopard and the Hard Ground Barasingha.
How To Get There :
The most common way of going to Kanha is by driving from Nagpur (270 km / 6 hours) and Raipur (225 km / 6 hours) airports. Kanha can also be accessed from Jabalpur railway station (175 km), which is connected by trains to all parts of the country. Jabalpur also has an airport with flights from Delhi and Bhopal.

A visit to Kanha may also be combined with the national parks of Bandhavgarh and Pench.
Price :
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