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Kanha Meadows Retreat - 3 Star Resort @ Kanha National Park


Kanha Meadows Retreat is a 3 Star resort at Kanha National Park ( A Well Known Tiger Reserve in India ) , esatblished by Aadharshila Builders Pvt Ltd , Bilaspur (C.G.)


The Kanha Medows Retreat offers you an exceptional choice of village life with royal facilities. Its huntment type cottage and suits are blended to suit the aforesaid with perfection.


The 3 Star Rating is approved by Ministry Of Tourism - Govt. of INDIA.



The Aadharshila Builders is a well known name in Construction business in Chattisgarh to provide best service in hospitality in a reasonable price.

 

 

Kanha National Park

 

The lush sal and Bamboo forests, grassy meadows and ravines of Kanha provided inspiration of Rudyard Kipling for his famous novel "Jungle Book". The Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh came into being 1955 and famous the core of the Kanha Tiger Resrve, created in 1974 under project Tiger.

Inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's unforgettable classic Jungle Book. The romance of the Knaha National Park has not reduced over time- it is still as beautiful.

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If one were point to the middle of India, chances are he will pick out the forest of the Banjar and the Halon Balley, the two forming the western and eastern halves of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, which have long been famous for their wide diversity of wildness known as "Maikal Range".

The forests are deciduous, the main tree being the sal, and there are large stands of bamboo. Higher up the steps the forests tend to become dense and mixed with Haldu and Bija trees. Birds in the Park include the Painted Partridge, Shaheen Falcon and Golden Oriole.

The park was created by a special law and since then, it has dediated itself in preserving a variety of animal species. Many endangered species have indeed been saved here. Today Kanha is among the few most sceritic and beutiful wildlife reserves in Asia. This "Tiger Country" is the ideal home for both predator and prey

 

The broad objective of a Tiger Reserve is to ensure the maintenance of a viable population of the tiger for scientific, economic, aesthetic, cultural as well as ecological values and to preserve for all tissue areas of biological importance as a national heritage for the benifits, education and enjoyment of the people.







Wildlife @ Kanha National Park


Kanha national park has species of tiger, leopards, wild dogs, wild cats, foxes and jackals. Among the deer species Swamp Deer or Hard Ground Barasingha is pride of the place as it is the only sub species of swamp deer in India (Cervus duavcelli branderi). The animal is adapted to hard ground unlike swamp deer of the North which live in marshy swamps. Kanha National Park has been instrumental in rescuing the “Swamp Deer” from extinction. Indian Gaur (Bos guarus), belonging to the ox genus, is found in Kanha but seen mostly as winter ends. In summer gaur inhabit meadows and water holes in the park.
Other commonly seen animals in the park include the spotted deer, sambar, barking deer and the four-horned deer. The latter can be seen at Bamni Dadar climb. Recently, mouse deer have also been discovered in the tiger reserve.



Places To See Near by Park


Bamni Dadar

It is also known as the sunset point in quite popular among tourists. Most tourists visit Bamni Dadar to get the wondorful view of the setting sun and this is also one of the beutiful area in the park, Animals that can be sighted around this point are typical of the mixed forest zone: sambar, barking deer, gaur and the four-horned antelope etc.


Kanha Museum

Kanha Museum inside the park is another interesting place to visit. The museum is the right place to understand the topography and other interesting aspects of the park.

Shravan Tal

This small earth bund tank in the central Kanha Meadows is mythologially linked to the death of legendary Shravan Kumar at the hand of king Dashratha. It is a very important water body in the area, which attracts a lot of wild animals.

Lapsi Kabar

An expert hunter and guide, Lapsi is said to have been killed at this spot in 1930. The legend has it that Lapsi was accompanying some sportsmen in the jungle when he had a close encounter with a tiger. He fought bravely but was killed. A gravestone has been erected here as a memorial to his courage.

Kawardha Palace

Only three hours drive for the Resort, The Palace Kawardha was designed and built by Maharaja Dharamraj Singh in the period 1936-39. This inspiring monument was created using Italian marble and stone, and is set in eleven acres of private lush gardens. The magnificence of the domed and filigreed

Bhoramdeo Temple

is a very old Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located at a distance of 18 km from Kawardha town in Kabirdham district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. This temple, scenically situated amidst mountain ranges, was built in the period of 7th to 11th century AD. The temples were built by King Ramchandra of the Nag Dynasty and have a special attraction for lovers of history and archaeology. Wiki

Birding @ Kanha National Park


There 250+ species of Indian birds in Kanha including migratory species. It is a delight for the ornithologist tour and bird study trip and photography. Best time for bird watching is in winter.
For bird watchers and photographers, Kanha offers scope to study the forest birds and variety of water birds that thrive on wetlands, lakes and river ecosystem. Varied vegetation of Sal (Shorea Robusta) and Mixed forests, Bamboo, Grasslands, altitude variation and numerous river system, wetland and water bodies make this 1945 sq.km reserve a diverse bird habitat immensely suitable to avian fauna.

 

Park Timings

* The park is open from Oct. 15 to June 30.
* Entry is restricted to petrol vehicles only.
* Vehicular excursions & elephant rides in the park are permitted only by daylight.
* The best time is in early mornings and late afternoons.

Excursion Timings

* Oct. 15 - Feb. 15 - Sunrise to 1200 hrs. , 1500 hrs. to sunset.
* Feb. 16 - Apr. 15 - Sunrise to 1200 hrs. , 1600 hrs. to sunset.
* Apr. 16 - Jun. 30 - Sunrise to 1100 hrs. , 1700 hrs. to sunset.

For more details & park visit booking visit M.P. Online Excursion Reservation Portal


By Road

The Resort is very well connected by road from various other important places in Madhya Pradesh and Chattishgarh . These cities are also well connected through the rail network.


Gondia -120 KM.
Gondia - Balaghat - Baihar - Mukki - Kanha Meadows Retreat

Bilaspur - 185 KM.
Bilaspur - Mungeli - Panderiya - Podi - Chilphi - Motinala/ Supkhar - Gadhi - Mukki - Kanha Meadows Retreat

Durg - 170 KM.
Durg - Gandi - Salewara - Saletekri - Malajkand - Baihar - Mukki - Kanha Meadows Retreat

Jabalpur - 200 KM.
Jabalpur - Mandala - Bichiya - Motinala - Gadhi - Mukki - Kanha Meadows Retreat

Raipur - 225 KM.
Raipur - Simga - Kawardha - Chilphi - Motinala/Supkhar - Gadhi - Mukki Gate - Kanha Meadows Retreat

Nagpur - 245 KM.
Nagpur - Tumsar - Bhandara - Balaghat - Baihar - Mukki - Kanha Meadows Retreat


By Train

The rail heads are

Bilaspur - 185 KM.
Gondia -120 KM.
Jabalpur - 200 KM.
Nagpur - 245 KM.
Raipur - 225 KM.

Two tier A/c train services and in some cases 1st A/c services are available from Agra, Ahmedabad, Baroda, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Bombay, Cochin, Delhi, Gwalior, Calcutta, Jhansi, Madras, Aurangabad (ex Manmad), Pune, Puri, Khajuraho (ex Satna), Trivandrum and Varanasi.

For people using Delhi or Mumbai as the base, Gondia is strongly recommended as it is the nearest rail head with a drive time of only 3 hrs.

Nagpur is another convenient rail head as the frequency of trains touching it is more.

By Air

Raipur, Jabalpur, and Nagpur are the nearest Air ports.

Daily Flights are available from Delhi , Mumbai , Kokata , Chennai , Indore , Hydrabad and Bhubneshwar.

* Please verify exact Flight/Rail details and timings from your travel agent.

* You can get latest information at www.indianrail.gov.in and get online booking at IRCTC

Best Time To Visit The Kanha

 

The cold season ( November - February)

Winter is the best season of the year.
The day temperature rarely goes over 30°C. November is mildly cold while December - January are the coldest. Since monsoon has recently receded the vegetation is green, but the grass in the meadows turns yellow due to severe frost.


The hot season ( March - Mid June)

Summer in Kanha is not very harsh.
Though the daytime temperature reaches 40°C in shade, there are no hot winds. rains, if any are sporadic, but it sometimes hails in March - April. This coincides with the rutting season for Chital(Axis). While temperatures rise during May and June, it is an excellent time for animal sightings due to fewer water sources and a decline in visitors.


The rainy season (Mid June - October)

The monsoonal showers in late June kills the heat & the vegetation turns into intense green. A thick undercoat starts covering the forest floor & the leaves on the decidous trees unfold. This the fawing period for the herbivores.
But the park is closed for visitors in this season.



Climate


Kanha has a distinct monosoonal climate. In summer temperature ranges from 43C max to 11C min. Whereas in winter it is between 29C max to 2Cmin. Winters are severe and frosty. The southwest monsoon shows its vigour between late June till late September. The Maximum rainfall occures in July & August. The mean annual rainfall is 1225 mm.


The park remains closed during the Rainy Season (From 1st July to 14th October) and No Visitors are allowed to enter the park.

 

Facilities @ Kanha Meadows

 

Facilities from & at the resort are :

AC , NON AC , Economy Rooms , Cottage Rooms
Resturant (Veg + Nonveg)
Business Confrence Amenities
Open Gypsy for park visit
Pickup & drop from nearest aerodrome & railhead
Doctors on Call
Travel Desk Assistance
24-hour front desk
24-hour room service
Babysitting
Car park
Family room
Laundry service
Pets allowed
Safety deposit boxes
Smoking area
Wi-Fi in public areas


Sports and Recreation


Swimming pool
Garden
Tennis courts
Badminton court
Table tennis
Pool Table & Carrom
Gymnasium
Ayurvedic Massage & treatment


Business Amenities


Peaceful and disturbance free loation makes it a best place for annual meeting, conferences and seminar.
The resort can provide :

Lcd Projectors
Screen
Mike & Sound System
Pens & Pads,OHP
Laptops

Activities @ Kanha Meadows


Various adventure activities are orgainsed from resort beside Jungle Safari. River trekking , Night Safari and Natural Trial are the major attraction for environmental lover.

Bonafire, Musical Eve with folk dance have essance of village life.

Those interested in adventure sports like Rope Climbing, Horse Riding etc. are arranged on request gor group of more than 20 person.

The basic amenities of Swimming pool, Gymnasium, Pool table, Table tennis, Carrom makes you completely relexed inside the Jungle.


Jungle Safari
River trekking
Night Safari
Natural Trial
Bonafire
Musical Eve with folk dance
Rope Climbing
Horse Riding


Room Property @ Kanha Meadows


VIP AC Suites 2
AC Suites 4
Air Cooled Suites 6
Huntment Cottage 2
Economy Room - 2 Bed 3
Economy Room - 3 Bed 5
Economy Room - 4 Bed 2

 

REGULAR TARIFF


AC VIP Suite Room INR 8500
AC Suite Room INR 7500
Non Ac INR 6500
Delux Cottage INR 5200
Standard Room INR 4500

Terms

1. These rates are not applicable between Diwali Vacation, New Year, X-mas & festival period.
2. Extra Person Charge 30 % of Tariff
3. All Packages for 2 Person
4. All Packages including meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
5. Checkout Time 12:00 noon
6. Jungle Safari by open Gypsy & Other Facilitie's Charges extra
7. All Applicable Taxes Extra


Attractive Discount @ 20 % from 01st April to 30th June

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CONTACT FOR BOOKING

+91 7805903170



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Resort Address

Kanha Meadows Retreat

Mukki Gate, Vilage Manjitola - Tehsil Baihar, Dist Balaghat Madhya Pradesh - INDIA

+91 9303048684



Head-Office

AADHARSHILA BUILDERS PVT. LTD.

Tilak Nagar,Bilaspur 495 001 (C.G.) INDIA

Phone :+91 7752-410289,
Mobile: +91 9826533344
+91 9300696921
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