Whether you have read Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle book or not, you can always live out this timeless tale.
You spend time in the Tiger country. Mornings and evenings, you can look forward to Jungle Safaris. Riding in all side open jeeps, you will be taken by expert drivers and wildlife guides across the sprawling meadows of Kanha National park.
With each trip, the drivers and wildlife experts will thrill you with their knowledge of the terrain and species, as they take you to new corners of the forests.
On every trip, Kanha will reveal its beauty and mystery. Its dense Sal growth is home to many mammals and birds alike.
On the trail road or nearby a water body, you can suddenly come across a Tiger. Maybe it will just walk past you, carrying its prey. Maybe you will catch it swimming majestically in a pond. Or you might spot a family of cubs and their mother. Ask the guides for the names of the Tigers and they will delightfully tell you some unusual names.
Besides the Tiger, Kanha is the only region where one can spot the Hard Ground Swamp deer or Barasingha. Saved from extinction, this graceful deer enchants you with its golden-brown antlers. Of course, you always depend on the Cheetah to inform you about a Tiger or the elusive leopard prowling nearby.
Keep your binoculars and cameras handy for a variety of birds that flock the region.
On a few evenings, you can take a break from the Safaris and just indulge in quiet strolls on the outskirts of the forests. You can choose to sink your head into a book as you sip hot tea or coffee. There are also pools to splash in. And while you enjoy the sumptuous meals at the resort, breath in the fresh forest air.
At the end, it’s one week you will want to visit again and again.