Singinawa Jungle Lodge offers you a very rare opportunity – one which will inevitably see you holding your breath. The chance to see a wild tiger in its natural habitat.
If watching a tiger stalking through the rich forests of Central India is a must-do, make sure your luxury, tailor-made vacation includes a stay at Singinawa Jungle Lodge. This dedicated eco-lodge works to preserve the natural wild habitat of the Kanha National Park, whilst offering you a choice of large cottages and cozy jungle bungalows. Each is surrounded by forest yet comes complete with modern luxuries like en suite bathrooms, rain showers, air conditioning and private verandas.
During your stay, trained naturalists will lead you on exciting 4x4 safaris in search of one of the planet’s most formidable predators, the tiger, in addition to a variety of other endangered species such as swamp deer, guar and dhole. Returning to camp, you can recharge at the spa, take a dip in the pool or, if you’re still feeling active, cycle to a nearby village to get an insight into the local culture.
Singinawa Jungle Lodge, at a glance
- Award-winning eco-lodge in 110 acres of land adjoining Kanha National Park
- Choice of 12 stone and slate cottages, plus two jungle bungalows with four and two bedrooms respectively
- Spacious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms featuring double vanities and rain showers
- Sitting areas with open fireplaces
- Large private verandas with dining furniture and sun shades
- Air conditioning
- Splendid cuisine featuring local specialities as well as international dishes
- Awarded the UN-backed, TOFTigers Eco-Accreditation
For leisure and pleasure
- Irresistible swimming pool and sun deck
- Meadow spa offering holistic healing programmes inspired by traditional Indian and Oriental treatments
- Jeep safaris in Kahna National Park to see tigers, jackals, wolves, deer, gaurs and over 300 different types of birds
- Jungle walks
- specialized guides introduce you to a wide range of jungle flora and fauna, including amazing insects and rare plants
- Kanha Museum of Life and Art within the lodge’s grounds
- Day trips to the Phen Wildlife Sanctuary