My Wildlife Photography Destinations

My Favorite Places to Stay:

1) Kanha:
Singinawa Jungle Lodge

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Singinawa Jungle lodge is nestled near Mukki gate. Situated in 110 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.

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. The lodge has a swimming pool and a small river flowing through the lodge.

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Dining : Singinawa Jungle lodge offers a grand dining area which serves variety of Continental and Indian cuisine, Fresh & home cooked food. Most of the fresh vegetables come from the organic farming at the nearby villages and an inhouse organic farm at Singinawa.

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The Museum of Life and Art at Singinawa
Oscar Wilde’s famous quote ‘Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life’ resonates across The Singhinawa Jungle Lodge where time, nature and the evolution of the human spirit seamlessly interweave a tapestry of wonderment at the Museum of Life and Art. Nestled congruously within the estate, the 1,000 square foot museum is an ode to the indigenous Gond and Baiga artisans and their labors of love. Mirroring the undulating curves of the forest, the museum is designed to host pieces of art that are placed in a fashion that allows the viewer to glide through a visual escapade without being bound by the realms of soporific and predictable patterns. An allegorical homage to the free spirit of nature, the museum will also host art installations in the open with a focus on the ethos of Kanha.

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2) Bandhavgarh
i) Kings Lodge, Pugdundee Safaris

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Kings lodge is nestled between Sal forested hills of Bandhavgarh National Park in a large natural forested estate of 14 hectares in Rancha village. The lodge is in the heart of the wild country and only a ten minutes drive from the Tala gate of the national park. Our guests benefit from our incredible location, an outstanding hospitality and an experienced naturalist team, and our commitment towards conservation and local communities. The lodge has 10 cottage rooms and 8 stilt cottage rooms with en-suite modern bathrooms spread across a natural forest offering great ambience and privacy.



Facilities at a glance
– All cottage rooms are airconditioned, have large verandah with views of the forest, writing table and chair.
– The cottages are well appointed with wood furniture in honey hues and inviting crisp cotton linen.
– 24 hours Power Backup in all rooms.
– All bathrooms have 24 hour Hot and Cold water, with all modern facilities.
– Multi-cuisine dining hall with a fire place overlooking expanses of wild grasslands back dropped by Sal forested hills.
– Outdoor barbeque and bush dinner area.
– A small nature library and a watch tower.
– In house spa with a variety of Indian massages available by well trained staff.
– An experienced naturalist Team with focus on birding tour and an overall holistic wildlife experience.
– Swimming Pool with a sundeck
– Eco friendly construction and eco sensitive waste disposal systems. The units are designed to blend with the surrounding landscape and with architectural style being rural vernacular.


Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is famed for its Jungle Safaris on Jeep and Elephant. We offer Bandhavgarh Jungle Safaris in 4 x 4 Open Suzuki Jeeps with front facing elevated seats. Morning safari is usually from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and the evening safari is from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., The Park permits entry only after sunrise and exit before sunset, so the timing tends to change with the season. In peak winters safaris start as late at 7:00 a.m and in summers as early as 5:00 a.m. Elephant safari in Bandhavgarh for joy rides for 1 hour and for half day can also be organized with the forest department. To minimize the ever increasing vehicular pressure on the park the Bandhavgarh lodge offers cycling and walking in the wilderness. Walking and cycling is encouraged in the periphery of the park with trained guides.

Village visits, bird walks and picnics at water bodies are regulalry organised. A day trip or an over night trip to Sanjay National Park can also be organised, Sanjay offers great opportunity to see Sloth Bear.

Village visits and workshops with bamboo weavers are organized to get to explore and learn about the village life in forest areas. Bandhavgarh also offers great opportunity for picnics at water bodies and in the reserve forests.


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ii) Treehouse Hideaway Pugdundee Safaris

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On and among the trees in our five tree houses there is a route to hide away of fantasies. In the 21 acres area of land lies an option of experiencing the snug life inside the rooms or venture out in the tiger-infested wild. The property has its resident species of birds, reptiles and animals residing around the forest trees and over time the area has now become a small secure park for them. You can spend your time unseen and undisturbed in the intimacy of your room or choose to go looking for wild animals & birds in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.


Tree houses have modern attached bathrooms with 24hrs h/c water, living area, mini bar, split ACs with 100% power back up, mosquito netting, writing table and chair, and loungers in the balconies. The hideaways – Mahua, Tendu, Peepal, Banyan and Palash are named after the trees on which they are established.
All Tree houses have been made by local staff using regularized wood. Local craft knowledge and traditional expertise has been used at all quarters to ensure that the Tree Houses blend harmoniously with nature.


Dining hall is built around a century old Mahua tree, in two levels. The ground level serves as a cozy dining hall and the upper floor as a bar cum lounge known as ‘The Watering Hole’. Dining hall offers Indian, Continental and Barbeque meals personalized to requirements of the guests.

The Lodge also has a Machaan overlooking a water hole frequented by wild animals.



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