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Kipling Camp Kanha National Park

City : Kanha
State : Madhya Pradesh
Location : Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India
Rooms : 18 double suite rooms and 1 family cottage

If you have made up your mind to put up at one of the hotels in Kanha National Park, during your trip to Madhya Pradesh, then a stay at Kipling Camp is highly recommended. The camp was set up in 1982 at the initiative of Bob and Anne Wright. In fact, Kipling Camp enjoys the distinction of being the first tourist resort to be established within the Kanha National Park.

Kipling Camp features 18 double suite rooms that are not only commodious but are designed to give you a homely feel. The tasteful and refined way in which the guestrooms are done up are designed to impress even the most discerning guests. Among the additional feature of the rooms is the attached bath that is facilitated with an uninterrupted flow of running hot and cold water.

There are a number of ways you can devote your leisure hours at Kipling Camp. If you are an ardent book lover, you can make the most of your spare time at the well-stocked library flipping through the pages of some of the great literary classics. If you are game for outdoor sports, you can engage yourself by playing volleyball or else you can browse the souvenir shop. There is scope to watch wildlife films and documentaries that are screened each evening. There are three open-hooded Maruti Gypsies that act as hardy carriers in case you wish to embark on a jungle safari.

Among the other additional facilities that the guests at Kipling Camp are entitled to enjoy are included:

  • Car Park
  • Security
  • Room Service

Besides being one of the major tourist highlights of Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha National Park is also counted among the tiger reserves enjoying good repute across the world. The National Park has don commendable job in the sphere of conservation of the flora and fauna. Another major claim to fame of Kanha National Park is the way in which inspired Rudyard Kipling to pen his reputed novel "Jungle Book".

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