Kanha National Park is one of the richest tiger habitats in the world. The sanctuary is currently home to almost 90 majestic tigers, over 22 species of mammals, 300 species of birds and 120 species of butterflies. The topography of the forest is so unique and distinctive that it inspired Kipling’s Jungle Book.
Call of the Wild spreads over fourteen acres of land. Its tents are located along a manmade lake amidst the foliage of trees. They are inspired largely by the hunting expeditions carried out by the Maharajas. Pitched on an elevated wooden platform, each tent is spacious and air conditioned with individual verandahs to sit with your hot cuppa coffee or chai. Ideal to “not do anything” except watch the bird and animal life around.
All the food is sourced from local, organic farms. In their resolve to preserve the environment, the owners have put an effective system of water recycling and solar energy production to reduce their carbon footprint.
The luxury spa is designed to not only pamper the guests but also rid them of their city stress. It offers relaxing Aromatherapy treatments using fresh and exotic ingredients in homemade oils and scrubs. The infinity pool is 180 feet long and 4 feet deep for a healing dip under the open sky amidst the beautiful environs. Last but not the least, yoga facilities can also be arranged.
A Taste of Rural MP
You feel you have stepped back in time when you look at the villages with mud walled houses and sloping tiled roofs. Kanha also has a rich tradition of art, craft and culture. With the tribal village close to the tents, one can catch a glimpse of their daily lives and even to participate in merry making on some days! Curated Bike trails through these rural areas are must. Suitable for all (beginners to the more experienced), the trails waltz over on and off road paths, maneuvering through the villages, breathtakingly beautiful sights and untouched parts of the forest. An unobtrusive experience of rural India and learning about their ways!
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‘Call of the Wild’ is a result of the love for wildlife, supporting non profit organisations, improving the lives of the underprivileged and conserving the environment along with responsible tourism between three friends. This special place to stay is full of local hand-me-down stories, adventure anecdotes, exciting incidents all passionately shared, re-shared and narrated by the lovely couple-Akhilesh and his wife Lia who look after the place. They are prompt, hospitable and fun to be with!
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