Banjaar Tola Tented Camp
Lying on the banks of the Banjaar River, overlooking the lush grasslands and grassy meadows of Kanha National Park in Central India, is the very elegant and contemporary Banjaar Tola Tented Camp designed with a light footprint to protect the sensitive local environment.
The camp is split into 2 stylish and intimate camps with 9 luxurious and modern tented suites, each featuring bamboo floors, canvas roof and walls, and glass doors leading out onto a floating verandah overlooking the river. Interiors are gorgeously styled in saffron and lime green with rich cotton and silk block prints creating a light and organic feel.
The bamboo forests, meadows and ravines of Kanha gave Rudyard Kipling inspiration for his famous novel Jungle Book and the shimmering forests teem with
life. Kanha is prime tiger country and breathtaking encounters are common. You may also have sightings of three-striped palm squirrel, common langur,
jackal, wild pig and black buck aswell as the highly endangered hardground barasingha deer, sambar, chital and gaur. The region is also noteworthy
for its birdlife with over 200 recorded species to spot. During your stay, guided 4x4 game drives will showcase this spectacular wildlife and at the
end of your afternoon game drive enjoy a much deserved, refreshing sundowner at Sunset Point overlooking the jungle.
When you’re not out on a game drive cool off in the lovely swimming pool, spend time in the well-stocked library or relax on your floating verandah watching the jungle life go by.
A stay at Banjaar Tola brings The Jungle Book to life as you experience India's sultry jungles in style.
Why we like it
- Understated luxury
- Beautiful setting
- Committed to the environment
- Lovely well-furnished & tastefully decorated tents
Every year Kanha National Park is open for visitors from the 15th of October to 30th of June and closed each Wednesday afternoon.