- Beautiful 100 acre property that cuts across the centuries –old elephant corridor
- April to October is the best time to sight pachyderms
- Experience Wilderness
Singinawa Jungle lodge is nestled near Mukki gate. Situated in 55 acres of grasslands Singinawa Jungle Lodge offers a unique experience of the jungles of central India with all the comforts of a world class lodge. The word Singinawa is a Sherpa word which stands for ‘Protectors of the Sacred Forest’ Situated at the close proximity of Kanha forest Singinawa jungle lodge is a perfect place for peaceful or adventures holiday.
Spread over a spectacular 56 acre land, most of which has been offered back to the jungles, Singinawa offers accommodation in spacious, well lit, air-conditioned cottages. The imposing central lodge houses a library and bar, a formal dining room, a souvenir shop, while a free form swimming pool and a spa are set at walking distance from the cottages. The Jungle Safaris are personalized with dedicated naturalists on modified signature jeeps. This extensive Lodge offers a chance to learn about the jungles of Kanha and the habitat of tigers while at the same time allows guests to experience conservation work benefitting the local communities and the Reserve. Taking the wildlife and conservation to a different dimension, Latika has collaborated with artists from the local Baiga and Gond tribes to initiate events like Trees in their lives and artist camps.
Singinawa Jungle lodge is spread over 55 acres amidst the lush green forest of Kanha in the mukki region. The resort is built in Jungle Cottage style architecture overlooking the kanha Jungle. Singinawa Jungle lodge is owned and managed by Mrs. Tulika Kedia. 12 charming, secluded, stone and slate cottages with a large bedroom, private verandah, en-suite bathrooms with double vanities & rain showers, live fireplaces, air conditioning & mini bar for leisure and comfortable stay.
Located on 55 acres, in the Tiger Heartland of the World, Singinawa Jungle Lodge offers a unique experience of the forests of Central India with conservationists Nanda and Latika Rana. The Lodge offers a chance to not only learn about the tiger and its habitat but also experience ecologically responsible tourism & see conservation at work benefitting both local communities and the Tiger Reserve.
Trained naturalists take you on safari in customized 4×4 vehicles to offer an insight into the unique ecosystem of the park where animals like the highly endangered Swamp Deer, Dhole, Gaur, Tiger and a whole host of birds may be seen. Back from safari, you can savor a choice of cuisines, relax at the spa, go for a bicycle ride into the nearby tribal village, visit our model organic farm or even take a walk on the land to see how degraded land has been protected and natural grasslands & forests allowed to regenerate.
Singinawa Jungle lodge offers 12 luxury cottages in an area of 55 acres along with rich grasslands, plenty of water holes, river & dense forest area. Each cottage is tastefully designed to keep all comforts in mind. Each cottage has a large bedroom, private veranda, en-suite bathrooms with double vanities & rain showers, live fireplaces, air conditioning & mini bar.
Room stewards & laundry service
Swimming Pool overlooking grasslands & rock features
Open air campfire on terrace overlooking the forest
Colonial style library & lounge with a large collection of books & videos on wildlife
Spa with Indian & Oriental treatments for holistic healing
Jungle safaris, bird walks & nature trails
Bicycles for exploring the lodge grounds & nearby village
Communication centre with internet & other facilities
Nature shop for souvenirs
24 hour generator backup & facilities for charging 220v equipment
Secure parking on site
Credit card facilities
Tea/coffee makers, Mini bar, Colour television, International direct dialing, Well appointed bathrooms with bath tub and shower cubicle, Telephones, Writing desk, Outdoor lounging area, In-room safe, 24 hour room service, laundry, Tennis, Golf course, Water sports, Swimming pool, Squash, Billiards, Chess and Table tennis.
The 12 eco-friendly cottages, spread far and wide, are equipped with solar lights, firewood-fuelled hot water showers and done up with reclaimed antique doors and windows and colonial furniture. Each cottage has the luxury of a private garden overlooking the river and coffee plantation.The open dining area is another highlight.
Food & Drink:
Singinawa Jungle lodge offers a grand dining area which serves verity of Continental and Indian cuisine, Fresh & home cooked food. Most of the fresh vegetables come from the organic farming at the nearby villages.
All meals included. Choice of dining venues and food, cooked with fresh fare from the village. Indian, continental and Nepalese cuisine.