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Shergah is an oasis of tranquility, located on the edge of Kanha National Park, which offer some of India’s best tiger spotting. The camp has six spacious family tents set in shady woodland.

A roof of locally made baked mud tiles offers shade and provides insulation when it’s cold. The central main building has a verandah that overlooks a pool fed by two natural springs, which attracts kingfishers, cormorants and hundreds of egrets. The use of home-grown vegetables, a proactive recycling policy, and a committment to employing local people ensure this camp features high on the eco-tourism scale.

The camp is operated by a delightful British/Indian couple and their two young children, who will be delighted to act as local guides and show off their special jungle tricks!

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This accommodation is featured in the following itineraries:

Tiger, Tiger

Our most popular tailor-made itinerary in the subcontinent visits India’s finest national parks and offers the best opportunity to see tigers. Combining the lesser-known wildlife sanctuary of Pench with some of India’s best tiger viewing at Kanha, the trip culminates with a visit to the iconic and majestic Taj Mahal.

  • When to go: Oct-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 16 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £4,095 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea

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