Kanha is the undisputed king of wildlife parks, being the largest national park in Central /West India and one of the best maintained. Kanha is blessed with an amazing diversity of sal and bamboo forests, rolling grasslands and meandering streams, where writer Rudyard Kipling took inspiration from the landscapes and wildlife, to create his global success, The Jungle Book. Kanha’s dramatic natural splendor forms the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, which was created in the mid 1970s for protection of the endangered tiger.
Bagh Tola, literally meaning 'Tiger's Village', is sprawled over 44 acres of lush wooded forest using designs inspired by dwelling styles of Central India, and provides a quiet getaway from madding crowds.
Tucked right next to the Banjar River in Kuthwahi village and close to the Kisli entrance of Kanha National Park, the Flame of the Forest Lodge is a 4 cottage all luxurious, slightly quirky, stylish lodge.
Kanha Earth Lodge is Jungle Lodge spread across 16 acres of deep forested jungles adjacent to Kanha's buffer zone with a small tribal hamlet nearby, away from the touristy areas, yet near the Khatia/Kisli park gates for easy entry.