The main building of the Singinawa Jungle Lodge, in Kanha National Park is smartly structured around an exotic Indian tree that draws on classic architecture, featuring imposing stone walls and panoramic windows that welcome early morning sun rays. Stone cottages are nestled around distinctly native trees over wide expansive grounds. The secluded sanctuaries range in size and ensure absolute privacy and solace. Jungle bungalows boast king size beds, ensuite bathrooms, isolated libraries and private kitchens with rended services from a dedicated butler. Cottages lead out to breathtaking views of a jungle cloaked in enigma, but illuminated by the Indian sun. The lodge offers a myriad of tantalising activities where travellers can venture into the wild in open 4×4’s and encounter the stealthy copper striped tiger, orchestras of over 300 bird species and the skulk of the sly fox. Enter the interior of the forest, either by foot or with specialised bicycles to explore the emerald green foliage and its captivating inhabitants. End your daily adventures off at the lodge’s palatial pool, a welcome respite from the Indian sun or with an oriental spa treatment that both rejuvenates and heals, before heading off to savour the pure richness of Indian cookery made with organic produce from adjacent farmlands.
What we love about Singinawa Jungle Lodge
- The aromatic and fragrant trail through the resort’s grounds that teems with the perfumed fragrances of wild roses, Arabian jasmines, lavenders and a host of other colourful flora.
- Lounge under the Sal tree and enjoy sumptuous Indian cookery infused with aromatic spices that gloriously dance around the palate .
- The complimentary opportunity to invite village children as your personal guests on jungle tours and in turn aid a community initiative.