Harmony – pure and elemental. This describes best all that Singinawa Jungle Lodge stands for. For it is much more than an oasis of boutique luxury in the jungles of Kanha, it is a concept in conservation and saving a fragile eco-system. It is neither owned nor run by people looking to shower wasteful opulence upon it’s guests, unmindful of the resources it taps. In fact, the core team that drives the ethos of this lodge are well travelled and well studied naturalists and conservationists. So even while offering world class accommodations and amenities, replete with remarkable service standards, Singinawa Jungle Lodge remains true to it’s guiding philosophy of being ‘Protectors of the Sacred Forests’. This award winning eco-lodge, sprawled over 110 pristine acres of the Kanha Forest Reserve, is committed to give more back to nature than what it receives from it through the Singinawa Conservation Foundation.
Your stay here will be remarkably curated, unforgettably rewarding and ecologically fulfilling. Immersive safaris, informative walks, leisurely sojourns on the riverbanks, therapeutic wellness treatments, eye-opening interactions and activities in the resident villages and delectable cuisines are all topped off with perfect customizations to suit your inclinations. Kanha is one of the richest havens of flora and fauna in India, and with Singinawa’s unparalleled team of expert naturalists, your experience of jungle life will be one to be cherished.
An ode to the timeless rhythm of creation and life, Singinawa exists in perfect harmony with the land upon which it stands. Nature will endure, we are all just briefly passing by. So pause a moment in that journey, and transient though it’ll be, leave a footprint for yourself to remember, that for a little while, Nature and you were one.
Red Coral welcomes you to the Singinawa Jungle Lodge.
“…Better than Excellent”
Spent three nights here at the end of a memorable trip to India. Couldn’t have asked for more. The Lodge is an oasis of peace, calm and lovely people. Service immaculate and thoughtful; food, prepared with the western palate in mind, delicious. Cottages, spacious and well equipped. But above all it is the people that make Singinawa – dedicated to making ones stay as best as it can possibly be. My wife is not one for early starts, but even she was up and ready at 0530hrs to drive to the Park. Quite cold in the morning, but blankets and hotter bottles were provided. We explored the Park guided expertly by the kind and knowledgeable Pranad, our dedicated Naturalist. Without his eyes and ears we wouldn’t have seen half the animals and birds we did spot. Tigers are difficult to find, but we saw the magnificent T29 on two separate occasions. But even if you don’t get to see a Tiger, the Park is well worth the visit and a stay at Singinawa very special. Thank you Pranad, Kriti and all the staff at the Lodge for making us feel so much at home…..
“…This wonderful lodge deserves it top rating”
We travelled as a family group with four children aged 15, 14, 11 and 4. We were slightly nervous about travelling to India but we had the trip of a lifetime and our time at Singinawa was the highlight. The staff were fantastic and Kriti and Ghanshyam made us feel so welcome, taking the children to their hearts and making sure that everything was perfect for us. They couldn’t have done more to make our stay an unforgettable one. We had the excellent David Raju as our guide for the game drives but all of the guides here are high quality, knowledgeable naturalists. As a little bit of paradise in central India, a wealth of wildlife just down the road in Kanha (yes, we were lucky to see two Tigers, Sloth Bear, Wild Dogs and even an Indian Pangolin in the buffer zone early one morning) I cannot recommend this lodge highly enough. Thank you so much to David, Kriti, Ghanshyam and all the staff!
Andy T (Tripadvisor.in)
Basingstoke, United Kingdom