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Kipling Camp’s motto is "treading softly in the jungle" and the camp has a strong focus on local community and wildlife, offering guests a unique experience in the wilds of Kanha Tiger Reserve.

Accommodation is in 15 cottages – each with its own verandah, and set amidst unspoiled jungle. If you are lucky you might glimpse a mottled wood owl or a giant flying squirrel in the forest. There is also a private cottage, which has a bedroom, sitting room and a patio overlooking the camp’s waterhole. Food is a range of western and Indian cuisine, served at a number of locations around the camp and produced by Kipling’s three experienced chefs.

There are plenty of places to sit and relax around the camp, including the well-stocked library, and trained masseuses are on hand to provide Ayurvedic massages.

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This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Jungles, Tigers & Taj

India is an ideal destination for families. Who hasn’t read The Jungle Book and not dreamed about coming across a tiger in its luxuriant jungle? Imagine seeing a sloth bear, bathing with an elephant, or canoeing down a jungle river? And, for a grand finale there’s the majestic, unsurpassable Taj Mahal.

  • When to go: Oct-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 15 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £3,695 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park offers some of India’s finest tiger viewing. The setting for Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book, the undulating grassland and deciduous forest also supports a further 22 species of mammal and its waterholes create tranquil spots for bird watching in the surrounding jungle.

  • Where: Madhya Pradesh State
  • Ideal for viewing: Asiatic jackal, barasingha, Indian gazelle, nilgai, tiger
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Photography tours with Nick Garbutt, Wildlife Art Safaris, Vehicle safaris, Tiger safaris