is a Sherpa word which means ‘Protectors of the Sacred Forest’ and
is the philosophy which guides us.
Located on 55 acres of land, in the tiger heartland of the world,
Singinawa Jungle Lodge offers a unique experience of the jungles of
central India with all the comforts of a world class lodge. The
lodge offers the chance to not only learn about the tiger and its
habitat but to also experience ecologically responsible tourism and
see conservation at work benefitting local communities and the Tiger
Tiger Reserve is managed by the Government of India. Thus, the Park
timings, access and facilities are dependent on rules set by the
Park management and are subject to change without prior notice.
Tiger Reserve is only open to visitors between October and June each
visits to the reserve, clothing in subdued colors especially greens
and browns help you to blend with the forest causing minimum
disturbance to wildlife.
temperature ranges from 11° C to 43° C while in winter it is from
-2° C to 29° C.
mornings can be very cold as all trips into the Tiger Reserve are
made in open 4x4 vehicles.
recommend that you carry plenty of warm clothing including gloves,
scarves and thermals if you are planning to visit Singinawa between
December and February. In the summers as the sun is strong, we
recommend that you carry a hat or head covering of some sort.
a pair of binoculars with you especially if you are interested in
Bird Watching. Kanha boasts of several hundred bird species.
do carry certain essential commodities in our shop, we recommend
that you carry enough medication, clothing and film with you.
is located in a remote area of the country and you will not be able
to use credit cards in most places outside the resort. Please carry
enough money with you to meet all your expenses on the journey.
often not possible to make last minute reservations on trains and
airplanes in India. Please ensure that you have made and confirmed
all necessary air and train reservations before you undertake your
the electricity and all appliances used are 220v.
requires most visitors to obtain a valid visa for the country.
Please carry your passport and visa with you at the time of your
also recommend that you are the beneficiary of a travel insurance
policy covering at least injury, death, medical costs, emergency
evacuation, repatriation, loss of or damage to personal belongings
(due to theft or otherwise) and cancellation.
The lodge and its 55 acres ground features 12 cottages, many
waterholes, rich grasslands, fresh water river, beautiful rock
features and magnificent trees. Facilities include:
12 charming, secluded, stone and slate cottages with a large
bedroom, private verandah, en-suite bathrooms with double
vanities & rain showers, live fireplaces, air conditioning &
Two cottages offer barrier free access
Dedicated room stewards & laundry service
Grand dining area offering a choice of cuisines
Freeform pool overlooking grasslands & rock features
Open air campfire on terrace overlooking the forest
Colonial style library & lounge with a large collection of books
& videos on wildlife
Spa with Indian & Oriental treatments for holistic healing
Jungle safaris, bird walks & nature trails
Bicycles for exploring the lodge grounds & nearby villages
Communication centre with internet & other facilities
Nature shop for souvenirs
24 hour generator backup & facilities for charging 220v
Travel desk facilities, airport & railway station transfers on
Secure parking on site
Child-friendly facilities & special school group packages
Credit card facilities
Railheads at Gondia (110 km), Jabalpur (203 km), Nagpur (290
km), Raipur (213 km) and Bilaspur (182 km) can be used to get to
Jabalpur, Nagpur and Raipur are all connected to the major
cities in India. Chartered flights can land at Birwa airport
just 5 kms from the Lodge.
good network of roads connects Kanha TR to other protected areas
in the region like Pench TR, Bandhavgarh TR, Panna TR,
Achanakmar & Phen Sanctuaries and also to important towns in the
Singinawa Jungle Lodge
Tuli Tiger Corridor
Camp Dev Vilas