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Top Tip
As well as looking for tiger, Kanha National Park is also home to the rare barasingha (swamp) deer.

Why we like it

  • Peaceful location on the banks of the Banjaar River
  • Each tent has its own deck overlooking the river
  • 4x4 safaris into Kanha National Park

About Banjaar Tola, Kanha National Park

Eighteen tented suites are set on raised platforms, their wide glass doors opening onto private decks overlooking the river, offering panoramic views of the wilderness beyond.

The bamboo forests, meadows and ravines of Kanha gave Rudyard Kipling inspiration for his famous novel Jungle Book. Kanha is prime tiger country but over 20 other animal species are regularly spotted, including the more unique species such as the three-striped palm squirrel, common langur, jackal, wild pig and black buck. Kanha is home to the highly endangered deer, the hardground barasingha, as well as sambar, chital and gaur. Kanha features approximately 70 tree species and is a bird watcher's paradise, with over 200 recorded bird species.