Hotels and Resorts in Kanha National Park

Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp & SPA

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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About Kanha National Park & Wildlife in the Tiger Reserve

Travelling to central india tiger reserve, choose the most preferred stay option among hotels and resorts in Kanha National Park – Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp and SPA. Kanha National Park forms the heart of Central Indian Highland. Spreading across an area of 1945 square kilometres with the buffer and the core zone together, Kanha National Park is ideally the largest National Park in the Madhya Pradesh state of India. Kanha National Park offers a wide range of wildlife attractions majorly being The Royal Bengal Tiger but when on a Tiger Safari in India at Kanha National Park do not ignore the Barasingha or the Swamp Deer (Rucervus duvaucelii branderi) which was nearly extinct few decades ago.

Hotels in Kanha National Park

Looking for the best hotel or resort or Jungle Camp near Mukki Gate of Kanha Tiger Reserve?

Among all luxury accommodation options, Our recommendation is Bagh Vilas Camp and SPA.

About Bagh Vilas Camp and SPA - A Unique Resort in Kanha National Park

Wildlife Safari Camp - Rated among best hotels in Kanha National Park

Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp & SPA is a unique accommodation option among hotels, jungle camps and resorts in Kanha National Park. The camp offers accommodation in 12 luxury Shikhar tents, pitched alongside a manmade lake. This manmade lake also acts as the rainwater harvesting centre for the property.

Why stay at Bagh Vilas Camp in Kanha Tiger Reserve?

The tented accommodation at Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp & SPA is inspired by the historic times when Indian jungles were treated as hunting grounds by the rulers or Maharajas. The Shikhar tents are a cut above other luxury resorts in Kanha National Park. Along with offering spacious and air-conditioned jungle accommodation pitched on an elevated wooden platform, each tent at Bagh Villas Kanha has a private veranda. Most suited for observing birds and animals around the resort, reading a book or smothering a drink.

Luxury Tented Accommodation at Kanha National Park

12 Shikhar Tents

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Facilities at the Resort in Kanha National Park

Independent Units

Jungle Safari

Guided Bird Watching

Curated Experiences

Open / Bush Dining

Multi Cuisine Restaurant

Room Air Conditioning

Picnic Breakfast

Organic Toiletries

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Things to Do at Kanha National Park

  • Jungle Safari in Kanha
  • Bird watching
  • Nature trail
  • SPA
  • Pool
  • Biking Trails
  • Traditional tribal village visits
  • Tribal museum visits

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How to Reach - Kanha National Park

By Air

Hotels in Kanha National Park is reachable through Jabalpur airport which is 170 km and takes five hours of travelling time. Raipur Airport is the closest, 160 km and takes approximately four hours. Nagpur Airport is around 250 km away and takes about roughly six hours.

By Train

The closest railway station is Gondia which is around two and a half hours drive from Bagh Villas, our recommended resort in Kanha. Jabalpur railways station is another option which is around 170 km and takes roughly five hours to reach hotels in kanha.

By Road

By road Kanha National Park resorts can be connected from major cities of chattisgarh, madhya pradesh and some cities of Maharashtra.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp and SPA offers the best SPA facility in Kanha National Park.

A visit should be planned from mid-October to June and with the booking process of 180 Days or more in advance as the jungle safari permits open up 120 days in advance.

  • Kanha National Park remains closed for tourist and safari permits are not available from July to September due to rains.

Fauna that can be see when staying at resorts in kanha national park are Royal Bengal Tiger, Barasingha, Indian Gaur, sambar, barking deer, blackbuck. Chousingha, nilgai / blue bull, Sloth bear, jackal, Fox, Porcupine, Jungle cat, and yes how can we forget Leopard who might turn up and be rarely seen as the Show Stoppers.

Aviana Fauna that tourists may be able to see or spot with the help of guides or naturalists are teals, herons, storks, pintails, egrets, peafowl, quails, green pigeons, Kingfishers, woodpeckers.

Safari timings vary as per the time period of the year. Morning safari is from sunrise for approximately 2.5 hrs and evening safari is from afternoon to sunset.

It is generally advisable to have a guide or a naturalist with you on a Jeep Safari in the jungle of Kanha. Forest Department of Kanha National Park and most of the national parks in India make it compulsory for guests on a jungle safari to have a licenced forest guide along. Generally from the local community, these forest guides are well trained and can be really helpful to spot the wide variety of birds resident in Kanha National Park or national park of work.

Hope we were able to amaze you with a variety description of fauna in Kanha National Park if not here is the flora of Kanha National Park which is also home to plants of 200 species approximately and trees of 70 species.

Flora of Kanha National Park includes Sal, lendia, saja, mahua and bamboo. Some of the other floral species are Dhaora (Anogeissus latifolia), Tendu, Arjun (Terminalia arjuna), Amla (Emblica Officinalis), Palas (Butea monosperma), Salai (Boswellia serrata), Mango (Mangifera indica), Khajur (Phoenix sylvestris), Khair (Acacia catechu), Bamboo, Lagerstroemia, Pterocarpus, Dhok (Anogeossis pendula), Jamun (Syzygium cumini), Kadam (Authocephalus cadamba), Karel (Capparis decidua), Khejda (Prosopis specigera), Kakera (Flacourtia indica), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Jamun (Blackberry) (Syzygium Cumini), Babul (Acacia nilotica), Banyan (Ficus benghalensis), Ber (Zizyphus Mauritania).

The most interesting vegetation is the Indian ghost tree or Kullu in these dry deciduous vegetations. Why is called Indian ghostly well you have to see it to find out.

Alot of luxury accommodation options are available in Kanha Tiger reserve, though Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp is the best among hotels in kanha national park due to the world class services. Read More.

Bagh Vilas Jungle Camp and SPA, is the most preferred and best resort in Kanha National Park among all luxury hotels. Bagh Vilas offers accommodation in shikhar tents. Read More.

Kanha National Park known for the tiger population and the tiger clans. Kanha tiger reserve is appreciated of the work done by the  Forest Department for repopulating the Barasingha or the Swamp Deer which were facing extinction.

Kanha experiences a tropical climate; hot and humid with a low temperature of 39 degree Celsius and a high of 45-degree celsius in summers whereas a minimum of 4 degree Celsius and a maximum of 24-degree celsius in winters.

Months

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Oct

Nov

Dec

Min (°C)

1

10

22

30

35

25

12

6

3

Max (°C)

15

25

35

40

42

41

29

27

25

Guests planning to visit Kanha National Park can further connect to Bandhavgarh National Park or add Kanha National Park at an extension to Bandhavgarh National Park. Other connections can be Pench National Park, Tadoba National Park and Satpura National Park.

  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Tadoba National park
  • Satpura National Park
  • Panna National Park
  • Khajuraho
  • Core Zone
    • Kanha
    • Kisli
    • Mukki
    • Sarhi
  • Buffer Zone
    • Khapa
    • Khatia
    • Phen
    • Sijora

The Government of India launched a tiger conservation programme in 1972 called Project Tiger, under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. Project Tiger aimed at protecting the Indian Tiger or the Royal Bengal Tiger from Extinction aiming at an increase in population of Indian tigers in natural habitats and preserving such habitats as well as natural heritage close to the ecosystems of the existence of tiger population across India. Dr M.K. Ranjitsinh Jhala played a key role in the drafting of Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 of India and demarcating many forests as wildlife sanctuaries.