Our Resort in Kanha National Park

Resort in Kanha national park

At the outset,we welcome you to our resort in Kanha National Park.
We have named our resort as “ Kanha Kishkindha” inspired by the mythological “Kingdom of Apes”.
Kanha Kishkindha is spread across 2 acres of land  & is surrounded by lush green forest.
We have 10 fully appointed rooms with all necessary amenities like satellite TV,geyser,etc.
We are located 1.75 kms from the main entrance of Kanha National Park ( Khatia gate ).
We are located in near vicinity to the core area by virtue of which animal sightings are very frequent near our resort.
It’s not uncommon for a guest to sip a cup of morning coffee & watch a herd of spotted deers graze just outside our resort.


Resort in Kanha national park

A huge forest is adjacent to our resort which is frequented by Gaurs,Wild Boars,Jackals & surely the mighty Tigers.
The USP of “Kanha Kishkindha” is that the forest can be relished from the balcony of every cottages.
We employ all local staff so to promote, support & sustain responsible tourism.
We have inhouse trained naturalists who are well versed with the forest & it’s inhabitants.
We have our own customized 4×4 vehicles which are registered with the forest department for the excursions.

Apart from running our resort in Kanha National Park, we conduct

  • Excursions in the core area
  • Jungle walks accompanied by trained naturalists
  • Cycling in the forest area
  • Tribal village visit

resort in kanha national park Apart from the excursions in the core area,the other points of interests where we can assist our guests to explore are :

  • Waterfall visit at Gidli Gubara
  • Excursion to Phen sanctuary of Kanha National Park
  • Ram Nagar Fort visit ( 60 kms / 1.5 hrs drive each way )
  • Kala Pahar trekking
  • Visit to Ajgar Dadar ( Habitat of Indian Rock pythons )
  • Bhauram Dev visit ( part of Kanha Tiger Reserve, now in Chattisgarh )

We look forward to be the perfect host to our guests.
Recently, few tigers have been given an official numbering apart from their local nomenclature.

Mentioned below are a few who are more prominent in sighting.

Local name Official Numbering
Munna T-17
Bheema T-28
Bajrang, Bheema’s brother T-64
Dhawajhandi female ( Daughter of Choti Mada ) T-27
Late Kingfisher T-35
Neelam T-65
Link No 8 ( Female ) Mundi Dadar’s daughter T-76
Sandukhol ( Female ) Budbudi’s daughter T-66
Jamuntola ( Male ) T-24