Kanha in Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest national parks set aside as a tiger reserve
Are you a wildlife lover? If yes, then this national park is an ideal place for you
Online hotel booking in Kanha offers you various types of accommodations
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You can easily compare hotel prices in Kanha and choose the one that suits your budget the best
HolidayIQ can help you find plenty of hotels that range from cheap hotels in Kanha to 5 star hotels in Kanha
Whether you’re on an adventurous trip or on a family vacation, the set of Kanha hotels on HolidayIQ offer you the freedom of choice of accommodation
There are many hotels in Kanha that are within the access of public transports and also close to the local market area
HolidayIQ can help you book hotels in Kanha that provide car rental services and bicycle on rent for sightseeing
If you’re a budget conscious travellers then you can choose among the budget hotels in Kanha
Some child-friendly 3 star hotels in Kanha provide recreational activities like indoor/outdoor games and picnic outings
There are many luxurious jungle resorts that are ideal for honeymooners and couples
You can choose 4 star hotels in Kanha that offers you excellent range of facilities like swimming pool, spa, and ayurvedic treatments
Whether you’re at a jungle resort, a lodge, or an adventure camp, a Kanha hotel will help you give the true jungle safari feeling
There are 63 hotels in Kanha reviewed by actual travellers. The top rated Kanha hotels are Windsor Tiger Resort, Shergarh Tented Camp, Van Vihar. The lowest available tariff for Kanha hotels stands at Rs.300 and highest hotels rate is approximately Rs.36000. The cheapest Kanha hotel deals are available at Rs.67. You can search for Kanha Resorts (50) Kanha Hotel
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There are different types of hotels in Kanha available for families, lovers, kids, friends and specially for newly married couples who are looking for perfect honeymoon destination.
Star Hotels in Kanha
There are 15 Three Star Hotels in Kanha and most popular 3 star hotels in Kanha are Kanha Jungle Lodge, Wild Chalet Resort, Tuli Tiger Resort, Mogli Resort, Celebration VanVilas, Chitvan Jungle Lodge, Kanha Resort, Singinawa Jungle Lodge, Mahua Tiger Resort, Kanha Village Eco Resort.
Hotels in Kanha by Price
There are 12 Budget hotels in Kanha which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Kanha starts from 300. Cheap hotels in Kanha may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
There are 28 Luxury hotels in Kanha which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Kanha hotels starts from 5000 and goes to 36000, which is charged by Kanha luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Kanha include premium amenities like bathtubs, jacuzzi, sauna, massage services, swimming pool, fitness centre or gym, bar/lounge, restaurant, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning services, valet parking, banquet hall and conference rooms for business meetings.
Kanha National Park is not exactly easy to get to, but for the wildlife enthusiast, has that ever really been a deterrent? If anything, the fact that it is slightly harder to get to, made us more enthusiastic - happy as we were that fewer people would get there!
The Indian safari experience can be somewhat under-whelming, packed as one is into a 'tourist bus' with bawling babies and noisome cries of 'dekho, dekho, sher!'
Shergarh camp at Kanha ensured that our safari experience was worlds away from this spectacle. Credit goes of course also to the authorities at Kanha for ensuring a limit on the number of jeeps entering the national park at any one time, but the folks at Shergarh take it up one notch by making the wildlife holiday about so much more than a ride into the jungle.
First, for those who like their creature comforts even when in the wild - you need have no worries. The 'tents' at Kanha have all the appearance of tents, with the comfort of a good hotel room. Of course, you don't have television, cell phone connectivity is minimal, and power cuts can happen, but who needs those when you are being serenaded by the morning calls of birds and can look out of your window to see if a jungle cat is passing by?
All the tents have comfortable ensuite bathrooms and very comfortable beds that you can sink into.
The best part is that the folks at Shergarh organize excursions into the surrounding countryside - if you have the time, don't miss walks with their naturalists, or gentle climbs into the sloping terrain nearby. Evenings are all about meeting your fellow guests over a campfire and sharing stories of who saw what that day. The food is wholesome and delicious, although perhaps slightly biased towards a Continental selection for part of the meals. (They will arrange something a little more Indian, if you need it).
The property itself is beautiful, with a calm, small lake and a walkway over it - the stuff dreams are made of.
Go definitely, if the idea of getting away from it all appeals to you, and you want a holistic wildlife experience, not just a ride in a jeep to see a tiger. (We did see a tiger, but the holiday as a whole was so delightful that it ended up being just one of the many high points!)
p.s. If your party has people in it who are not very into the outdoors, you may want to take along some indoor games or other such activities. But, Kanha is really about the outdoors!
First time at Taj Safaris, and Banjaar Tola does live up to the hype. Situated amidst the dense Sal forests in the buffer zone of Kanha, each of the tents offer splendid views of the river Banjaar and settle you right in the lap of nature. The tents are massive and done up luxuriously with a noticeable tribal decor. You are assigned a personal Butler and the service is impeccable - from housekeeping to all special requests. Apart from BSNL and IDEA, there is no mobile network available and WiFi is only available in the common lobby area, which I didn't mind at all.
For the Safari, an expert Naturalist is allocated, and he (Vipul) ensured that we had a wonderful experience in the morning in the Safari. In the evening, he also gave an insightful discourse on Indian wildlife and all our forest reserves.
The only complaint I have is the good. Given the exorbitant amount (2000) they charge per meal per person, the set menu has very limited options (there is hardly any non-veg for lunch! ) and the food is nothing great. However, they do make up a bit through some amazing outdoor setups for dinner, which they keep changing daily.
Purpose: We're on a holiday trip to visit National park along with family consisting of 12 members. We've planned T20 world cup final match to be seen in big screen and experience is great.
Amenities: Swimming pool: It's good for a people of 10 person at a point. Also, a attach section for kids which is good. Water is clean and we've a good 4-5hrs of water games there.
Conference Room: It's a good conference room which has all essentials for a corporate meeting and can accommodate about 30 person easily.
Indoor games: This need to be improved. Table tennis bats need to be improved. Pool table also need to be repaired (Playable). Carom need to be included. Badminton is there but no separate court is there but playing area is available.
Food Court: It is very good and can accommodate 100 people at a time. Ambience is good and with respect to quality of food is good.
Service: Staff were good at services. As we need to go early in safari ride, breakfast is ready at 5: 30 AM and it's packed good so can take later during safari break.
Lunch and Dinner: Quality of food is good and very helpful staff. As kids wants few cold drinks, they happily served.
Room Service: One need to go to office and ask if something require.
Advice: They've charged 1550 per person which include dinner (non veg included), breakfast, lunch (veg). Room is AC. We booked 3 rooms and they given extra beds. Ambience is good and place is naturally very beautiful. It's located 1 km away from the entrance gate which is good. It is bit difficult to trace Mogli Resort as less advertising/direction board is there while travelling as compared to others.
Overall: It's a good experience. It's advised to take two safari i. e. Early morning and evening safari. Morning safari: Kanha zone (Fees is 4400 ) and evening: Kesli (3700).
Kanha is a beautiful jungle resort, and a stay at Mogli is a great way to complement a visit to the forest. Amidst its own greens, and almost bordering with the core zone, it offers a perfect setting to spend the evenings after the safari, enjoying the cool breeze. The rooms are very spacious with separate sitting area and a dressing area, and are well cleaned. Even though we were visiting just as the season re-opened after monsoons, the rooms did not smell of negligence, and were well-aired. The service is polite and prompt. I had stayed at the same resort on an earlier visit and liked it enough to return.
Best Experience: Just outside the restaurant, there is a nice sitting area, where we spent quite sometime chatting, listening to music and playing cards, all in the freshness of forest air. The wake-up service (to ensure that you don\'t miss the morning safari) is prompt and unfailing. At 5 am, the staff was ready with our nicely packed breakfast baskets, which came in very handy during the safari.
Worst Experience: The one flip-side is, that though the place advertises a swimming pool, I have not been able to use it on either of my visits as it was either undergoing a renovation, or was heavily loaded with treatment chemicals. All in all, it is not a well-maintained pool, and thats a pity. Plus, I was not hugely impressed with the food. It is average, and the option to order A la carte is not available - you have to rely on the buffet, unless you want to go to a nearby dhaba.
Amenities : Well there are virtually no amenities except they provide you the solar water. There is no intercom in the rooms, so calling the servants is a tedious task. The bathroom in the non a/c rooms are so big that anyone would love it. Actually they have 3 types of rooms to offer like, non a/c rooms, tents & mud houses.
Services: The people over there in the staff are quite young & brought from Chattisgarh it seems. But they serve you in a better manner. Those people served us hot food whenever we asked for. Actually we are veggie people so the food they served us was good veg food. The breakfast that they pack with you while you are on safari is also excellent.
Advice to travellers: The location is so lovely that I would give up all negative points in comparison to it. You feel as if you are out of the usual surroundings. No televisions in the rooms, the reception though is not so good but the reception hall is too lavish. It has got the big screen & only television in the property.