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Shergarh, Kanha National Park, India

Our rating: Medium

This rustic camp on the quieter side of Kanha National Park is the kind of place that enriches the local community as well as all those who visit here.

Built by a local naturalist and his English wife, the emphasis is very much on providing memorable wildlife experiences that are both sensitive to the local environment and the community. With excellent guiding, river and hill walks, cycle rides and visits to tribal markets, you’ll get a considerate and insightful glimpse into life in this part of India.

The atmosphere is warm and relaxed with the owners personally looking after their guests. The six comfortable, well-spaced tents are simply but elegantly furnished with solid mud tile roofs and spacious bathrooms crafted using local building methods and materials.

Meals are shared communally in the main house and an evening drink on the veranda overlooking the central water reserve promises views of kingfishers, cormorants and egrets.

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