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Within Kanha National Park, amidst 55 acres of grasslands, lies the tastefully designed Singanawa Jungle Lodge.

With comfort in mind, each of the 12 luxurious slate and stone cottages feature a queen-size bed, a rain shower, bath, fireplace and minibar, as well as air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and lounge chairs. Each spacious cottage is set in a secluded area surrounded by trees, providing guests with privacy and exclusive views across the grasslands. 

The lodge also offers a spa and an outdoor swimming pool, where guests can relax after safaris in the national park, accompanied by the lodge’s in-house naturalist guides. Singinawa is also home to the Kanha Museum of Life and Art, which features a collection of indigenous art inspired by the surrounding nature. 

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Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itineraries:

India’s Big Five

This wide-ranging trip provides a chance to see all five of India’s big mammal species: Asiatic lion, leopard, tiger, elephant and one-horned rhino. It visits three contrasting national parks: Sasan Gir in vibrant Gujarat, Kanha in Madhya Pradesh, and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kaziranga in alluring Assam.

  • When to go: Oct-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 15 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £3,795 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea

Ultimate Tiger Safari

Our relaxed two-centre group tour focuses on India’s most iconic mammal – the magnificent Bengal tiger. We spend time in two national parks, offering the best chance of sighting tigers: Bandhavgarh, which reputedly has the highest density of tigers in India, and then the beautiful reserve of Kanha.

  • When to go: Oct-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 12 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £2,995 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
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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, Vehicle safaris, Tiger safaris