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Kanha Tiger Reserve is considered as one of the best managed parks in Asia. There are many success stories of wildlife conservation that are associated with this reserve and most prominent among them is the revival of population of hard ground barasingha. Kanha was declared a national park in 1955 and a tiger reserve in 1973. The mammal and bird diversity of the park is fabulous having almost the entire faunal element of central India including tiger, leopard and wild dogs. Five types of deer including the smallest one mouse deer with Indian gaur constitute the prey species for the carnivores. The beautiful mosaic of habitat of sal forest and savannah grasslands are ideal for survival of the big mammals specially tigers. Two perennial rivers flowing through the reserve ensures the water supply to the wildlife and forest throughout the year.

The Lodge

Kipling Camp is the perfect destination for those who wish to relax in idyllic surrounds and explore the remote forests and villages of central India. Established in 1982 by a family of conservationists on the edge of Kanha National Park, it is one of the finest wildlife camps in India with attention given to every detail. Over the years, the Camp has moved gently with the times, without spoiling its magical atmosphere. The camp is family owned and run and what sets it apart is its personal, houseguest ambience. Kipling Camp is also the home of Tara, a much-loved elephant who loves to be bathed in the nearby river…

Activities

  • Safari with expert naturalist / bush dinner
  • Walk with and bathe the resident elephant
  • Camera trap to record the animal movement
  • Nature and Birding Walk with expert naturalist
  • Village & Local School visit and involvement in different community and conservation project.
  • Involvement in different projects of WPSI (Wildlife Protection Society of India)

 

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