Experience the wildlife amidst luxury


Samode Safari Lodge in Bandhavgarh National Park

Accolades: 10 of the best safaris for 2015 – CNN.com, The world’s 50 best honeymoon hotels and destinations – The Telegraph UK, Ranked 1st among Speciality Lodges in Bandhavgarh National Park- Trip Advisor

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The Samode Safari Lodge is designed around a series of individual chalets. Imagine an elegant and inspired living space with a spacious lounge, a bedroom with a modern en-suite bath and a dressing area, a unique open-air bath court, a private verandah with striking views of nature in its wildest beauty. Picture a villa with luxurious decor, windows that embrace the outdoors – all created to include the amazing experience of Bandhavgarh’s natural splendour into the surreal sophistication of the living spaces. (Click to book)

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Chitvan Jungle Lodge in Kanha National Park

Accolades:  Awarded Outstanding Practice Award by TOFT UK, Top 25 Small Hotels in India Travellers’ Choice 2015- Trip Advisor, Ranked 1st Among Hotels in Kanha National Park.

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Spread over 14 acres, this is an all-suite luxury jungle resort, situated 3.5km from the Mukki gate at Kanha National Park. The resort shares one of its boundaries with the core area of the forest. Chitvan is the most discreet of the Jungle and Safari Lodges in India. It blends into the surrounding landscape, while providing a stunning viewpoint for observing the area’s wealth of wildlife. The surrounding hills are wooded, and the open grassland in front is interspersed with Sal trees, whistling thorns, and some scrub. You will be captivated by this unspoiled corner of India’s jungle.  (Click to book)

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 Reni Pani Jungle Lodge in Satpura National Park

Accolades: Certificate of Excellence- Trip Advisor, Ranked 1st among Speciality Lodges in Satpura National Park- Trip Advisor

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Reni Pani Jungle Lodge is an exquisitely designed conservation and wildlife focused lodge located close to the Satpura National park and Tiger Reserve. It features 12 luxury cottages encompassing 3 distinct structural designs, a cosy central meeting place called the Gol Ghar & a jungle pool located along its seasonal nullah. It’s spread over 30 acres of striking forest cover typical of the Satpuras’. The camp-site features exactly what a nature lover would want, magnificent trees, a sprawling meadow, a seasonal nullah, uneven yet beautiful topography & water holes that attract several species of birds & animals. (Click to book)

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Denwa Backwater Escape in Satpura National Park

Accolades: Certificate of Excellence- Trip Advisor, Ranked 1st among Speciality Lodges in Satpura National Park- Trip Advisor

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Denwa Backwater Escape is located overlooking the mesmerizing backwaters of a dam built on Denwa River in Satpura National Park, the area is popularly known as Madhai. It is built on 10 acres of forested land along the river and across the river lies the national park which is approached by a boat and then by jeeps to go deeper into forest. The lodge offers stunning views of the Denwa River, grasslands across and rolling Pachmari hills.

The lodge has been mainly built using local materials like stone, baked tiles but the design is contemporary safari style. The rooms are done up in style with unique leather safari furniture, crisp cotton upholstery, linen and local crafts. The main building and the pool are done up with vintage iron furniture and hand crafted wooden furniture, the wood for which is sourced from old furniture and sleeper wood. The lodge estate is gifted with a unique undulating landscape, water bodies and indigenous forest with a variety of flora and fauna and stunning river views. (Click to book)

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