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Explore the exotic Indian wilderness and redefine your usual vacation. Situated in the vicinity of the Land of the Tiger at Kanha and Bandhavgarh Reserve, Mogli Resorts combines the pleasure of leisure with the adventure of the jungle. Enjoy and savor the moment as you go on game drives, have a guided nature walk, eat spectacular Indian cuisine, make the most of relaxation and recreation, and bask in the warm hospitality of your hosts.
During this safari, you will be staying at Mogli Resort in Kanha or Mogli Jungle Resort in Bandhavgarh for nights one and two. Accommodations will be in air-conditioned, spacious, and well-appointed rooms.
Spread over nine acres with adjoining forests and greenery, Mogli Resort is an ideal place to stay. The resort has 36 cottages designed to provide an unobstructed view of the jungle around. All rooms have attached modern bathrooms with 24 hours of hot and cold water supply. Evening sittings on independent porches give an opportunity to see the beautifully lit sky with stars.
After your safari, you can sit around the campfire or machans and discuss your day’s experiences with your naturalist. The restaurant, with trained chefs, ensure high standards of taste and hygiene.
Mogli Jungle Resort is situated just two kilometers from Bandhavgarh National Park on 16 acres of lush green forest adjoining the perennial river of Charanganga. The charming cottages with their gently sloping tiled roofs are equipped with all modern amenities. The majestic looking dining hall overlooks the historic fort of Bandhavgarh at a distance.
After an exciting jungle safari during the day, you can browse through the collection of books at the well-stocked library, watch a wildlife movie in the evening, or sit under the starlit sky around a roaring bonfire as the throbbing beats of a tribal dance enthralls you whilst the delicious aroma of dinner tempts you.
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed with drinks. You will spend the days having two guided jeep safaris in the regular zone of Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park. You will also enjoy a complimentary guided nature walk and birding tour.
This safari will take place in Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Park in India.
Kanha National Park is divided into 12 ranges. Only three ranges are open for tourists which are the Kanha, Kisli, and Mukki range. People can enter the park through two gates, Khatia and Mukki Gate. Kanha National Park was conceived in 1955 and is spread over an area of more than 935 square kilometers. It got recognized as a tiger reserve under Project Tiger in 1974. It is also considered as one of the most well-maintained national parks in Asia.
Found in Kanha National Park is the Bamni Dadar plateau. Most tourists come to the national park to visit it. The place is also known as the sunset point. Kanha National Park is at its scenic best at that point. The sunset from the spot is mesmerizing. The grazing sambhar, barking deer, gaurs, and other animals make the ambiance magical. Bamni Dadar has the aero strip which was used by the British when they came for hunting.
Now the aero strip is converted into grasslands and is home to the blue bull, four horned antelope, wolf, and jungle cat. Nakti Ghati and Salghat road is the best place to see the sun rising. Kanha Tiger Reserve is constituted on a core-buffer strategy. The entire national park area of 940 square kilometers is the core zone, which is free from biotic disturbances of any sort.
There is a buffer zone of 1,005 square kilometers falling in four forest divisions, Mandla, Balaghat, Kawardha, and Dindori which surrounds the core zone. The buffer zone is treated as a multiple use area with 40 percent being a forest area and the rest being revenue land. The total conservation unit encompassing 1945 square kilometers is called Kanha Tiger Reserve. Kanha Meadows is a good place to see tigers.
Most of the tigers share their territory in the meadows because most of the food are found there. Tigers which share their territory include the Chugri, Bison Road, Link Number Nine, Shijohra Road female, and sometimes, the Link Number Seven female. In Kanha Meadows, people have been taken by the guides to Schaller Heights and Bison Road as those are the best place for tiger viewing.
Most of the tigers are seen in Kanha Meadows in the evenings because tigers are used to relax in the grassland under the trees to protect them from heat. Sonf Meadows is the best place to see hard ground swamp deers or the Barasingha. If you are lucky, then you might also see four to seven sloth bears. Sonf Meadows is ruled by two tigers, one male and one female.
The hard ground Barasingha can only found in Kanha National Park, not anywhere else in the world. In 1976, there were only 30 to 60 Barasingas left and it was a challenge for the park authorities to save it. The Park authorities decided to make a fenced area where they can keep the left Barasingas under surveillance, with the fence covering at least 20 square kilometers.
After keeping the swamp deers in fences, park authorities bred them. Now, Kanha has more than 250 swamp deers in the park. Tigers can also be seen in the Mukkki and Kisli range.
In Kisli range, there is the Chimta Camp female sharing her territory with her sisters. There is also the male tiger who ruled in Kisli range and can be seen near Jamun Talab and Gohra Kachaar. An elephant safari is very famous in Kanha if tigers are not available for viewing.
It is a wildlife retreat where history and nature meet. Set amidst the Vindhya ranges, the park has a series of ridges running through it. Bandhavgarh is very rich in forests and has the highest density of tigers in the world. The terrain is broken, with rocky hill ranges running roughly east-west, interspersed with grassy swamps and forested valleys.
Bandhavgarh has about 32 mammals, 250 birds, and 72 butterflies providing an excellent outlet for tourists looking for adventure and wildlife. The total coverage area is 437 square kilometers with an altitude range of 440 meters to 810 meters.Bandhavgarh has three zones for tourists, Tala, Magadhi, and Khitauli with their own wildlife viewing experiences.
Some of the best-known locations of Bandhavgarh such as the Chakradhara Meadows, Rajbahera, and Sidhbaba all fall in the Tala Zone. Bandhavgarh Fort, the Shesh Shaiya, and the ancient caves also fall in the Tala Zone. The grassy meadows of Tala are always great for tiger sightings. Apart from tigers, jackals, the occasional sloth bear, and the shy and elusive jungle cat are the predators that can be seen there.
The Gopalpur Pond in Tala is excellent for birds such as storks, kingfishers, and waterfowl. Tala is also very good for seeing and photographing vultures. Magadhi Zone offers good opportunities to see the tiger, wild dogs, and gaur among other wildlife and birds.
The Khitauli Zone is excellent for bird watching. Birds such as the Asian paradise flycatcher, Oriental turtle dove, and lesser Adjutant stork can be seen and photographed there. Khitauli is close to villages and also offers opportunities to see the leopard and sloth bear
During this safari, you will be provided with breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily as well as morning and evening coffee or tea with cookies. You will also be given welcome drinks upon arrival.
Have a dip in the swimming pool or enjoy indoor and outdoor games while you stay at Mogli Resort. You may also avail an extra safari in Kanha or Bandhavgarh National Park for 6,000 INR each.
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