Reni Pani wilderness lodge is spread over 30 acres of forest cover and takes its name from a neighboring tribal village. The terrain around the lodge is rugged and there are stretches of meadows and numerous nallahs (seasonal streams) along with agricultural land. While the camp itself is inspired by classic wildlife camp architecture, the materials used are completely indigenous to the area. There are 12 air-conditioned cottages offering different views which are located next to the nallah, in the woods or on a hill. All rooms have private decks enabling guests to enjoy the camp's natural surroundings and are comfortably furnished.
The lodge has a fabulous library where you can relax with a cup of tea and dip into various books about wildlife while meals are taken in the Gol Ghar or outside next to a fire. For those who would like some R&R in between safaris there is a beautiful swimming pool. The lodge has four knowledgeable resident naturalists who offer an enjoyable wildlife experience. Reni Pani can offer private jeep safaris and walks through the buffer zone. On your return from a morning safari a sumptuous bush breakfast is arranged for guests and dinners are often in surprise locations.
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