Banjaar Tola, Kanha National Park, India
Banjaar Tola is situated on the banks of the Banjaar River, directly overlooking the heart of Kanha National Park. Whilst luxurious, the lodge has been designed and built using eco-friendly methods to minimize the impact on the local environment, for example, using solar power to heat the pool and power outdoor lighting. The lodge boasts two elegant camps of nine suites each. Each suite features its own intimate tented sitting area with its own discreetly positioned swimming pool.
The lodge has its own unique identity, celebrating the Bastar and Dogra art from nearby Chattisgarh.The lightweight, ensuite tents have been designed in a contemporary style with pressed bamboo wall panels and locally crafted furniture hewn from the timber of exotic Indian trees. The atmosphere is light, ethereal and organic.
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