A 12 Km metalloid road from Khwasa check post (located 102
kms. from Nagpur- Jabalpur National Highway No. 7) leads to the Reserve and
the camp. There are 12 deluxe safari style canvas tents housed on permanent
foundation with equipped with showers and tiled bathrooms. Each spacious
tent can easily accommodate an extra bed.
Room Amenities :
Each tent housed on the permanent foundation has a
spacious and elegantly furnished living room. Private and spacious en suite
bathroom has running hot and cold water, flush toilet, space for shower and
a vanity counter. Each tent has 220 V electricity connection with battery
Food & Dinning Facility :
Inspired by the ethnic architecture, a centrally located
apartment structure houses, an open and spacious dinning hall and modern
kitchen serving vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian, Continental and
Chinese cuisine. Open bar "Chaupal" located at the campfire place
has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and is an ideal place to relax after a
day of sight seeing.
Staffed with resident naturalists to make your park visits most
Recreation room for informative slide shows and wildlife discussions.
Night safari in buffer area
Bird watching trips with our naturalist
12 Deluxe Safari Tents
03 Deluxe Air Conditioned Cottages
04 Premier Air conditioned rooms.
Jungle Safari in specially designed 4 wheel Drive Jeeps
Bird Watching, Horse Safaris in our Private owned Eco Park.
Bonfire, Evenings Tea /coffee & Sundowners.
Tea and coffee maker in all rooms
Minibar and Electronic safes in all rooms.
Forest Spa & Ayurvedic Massages.
Intercom facility in all rooms
Souvenirs Shop & Library
Doctor on call
24 Hrs Power Backup
Same day laundry service
What To Wear and Carry :
Please note the following clothing is recommended. You
should carry cash all the camps and Lodges do take credit cards but as they
are in remote areas and at times the landline is not functioning properly so
it is recommended to carry cash as well.
Clothing & Shoes:
Casual clothes of jungle colors such as beige, brown,
khaki and green that are least disturbing to the environment and most
appropriate for wildlife viewing.
Natural fiber clothing is best in the often humid conditions in the
Trousers are best for jungle activities
Cotton full shirts, T-shirts
Fleece jacket, sweater, warm jacket for winter
Shoes made easy for walking - heavy walking boots are not needed
Flip-flops or similar light shoes for use in the lodge
Binoculars are vital for detailed wildlife viewing.
Personal medical requirements and insect repellent