PANNA NATIONAL PARK
Living in a luxurious sandstone cottage is a very
earthy yet utterly luxurious experience. The cottages evoke an era gone by, as they have been built using dry packed Panna stone masonry - a
technology that doesn't use cement. All across the lodge, against the rough Panna stone, sit rich furnishings, cotton chandeliers and few eccentric
touches. The Gazebo's or salas on your private deck, inspired from the nearby erotic Khajuraho temples, are ideal hang out spaces with your loved
A feeling of space - 200 acres of private wilderness, with just 12 cottages dotting the property. The
large windows allow uninterrupted views of the surrounding wilderness. Guests also have the option of taking leisurely nature walks accompanied by our
trained naturalist to track birds and animals found on the property.
River cruise on the Ken river - The boat ride
by the park in the Ken river is a must do. The river is very picturesque with steep rocky banks. There are several species of water birds that one
can look out for, and to catch large Mugger crocodiles basking in the sun is such a thrill.
Breakfast in the park
overlooking a gorge - Panna national park offers a variety of scenic spots to enjoy your breakfast. Take a break during your morning safari and soak
in the view of the river valley below as you sip freshly brewed coffee or watch different species of vultures roosting and taking flight at the deep
Night camera traps activity - The property has a number of night time prowlers. Keen to know which
creature passed by your cottage at night? Set up a camera trap with the help of your naturalist before turning in for the night. Check out the
pictures taken by the camera the next morning and prepare to be amazed.
Enjoy a cozy palanquin dinner with your loved one,
under the starry skies and a 100 lanterns all around - Revel in the camaraderie with other guests as you swap stories by the bon fire under a starry sky
and flickering lanterns. Then proceed to dinner in a cozy palanquin meant for two, reminiscent of bullock caravans of earlier