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Located on the banks of the Ken River, beside Panna National Park, this lodge is set in a forested estate of 12 hectares, and has been built with natural materials sourced mostly from neighbouring villages and surrounding areas.

Accommodation is in 20 huts and cottage rooms, each with en suite bathrooms and terraces or decks. A large raised central dining room, known as the Tree House, overlooks the river and serves multi-cuisine buffet meals.

Activities include twice daily safaris into the national park in search of tigers and other wildlife, and boat rides to look for crocodiles and the large grey fish eagle. Day trips are also organised to the Khajaraho temples, the spectacular local waterfalls and rock paintings.

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This accommodation is located in:

Panna National Park

Panna National Park is one of India’s least explored parks and combines very well with Bandhavgarh. Its environment is one of teak and dry deciduous forest, mixed with open grasslands, woodlands and thorny woodlands, that create diverse habitats for many mammals and over 300 bird species.

  • Where: Madhya Pradesh State
  • Ideal for viewing: desert cat, jungle cat, nilgai, rusty-spotted cat, tiger
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Tiger safaris