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"Do not cut down the forest with its tigers and do not banish the tigers from the forest.
TOFT Wildlife Tourism Awards 2010 - Joint Runner Up - Kanha Jungle Lodge
Our Kanha and Bandhavgarh Jungle Lodge
Tiger Resorts Private Limited was established in 1987 to provide a sophisticated, environmentally friendly experience of jungle lodges. The lodges at Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks - India's prime Tiger Reserves in the state of Madhya Pradesh, provide excellent services and facilities.
The Jungle lodges are managed on eco-friendly principals, and support the Tiger Trust with its earnings. The lodges are recognized by the Government of India, Department of Tourism and member to the Federation of Hotels and Restaurant Association of India. We are members of the international organizations- TOFT "The Travel Operators for Tigers and member of Responsible Travel.com.
Our experienced General Managers have stayed at the Jungle lodges from their inception, hence they enjoy a great rapport with the local community , whom we also employ and work with closely. Along with their staff they provide a personalised and friendly service to our guests.
Tiger Resorts specializes in wildlife tourism and from our inception we have stationed resident naturalists at both properties- Kanha and Bandhavgarh. All our naturalists have 3-6 years in-depth field experience in Indian wildlife which covers a wide array of mammals and birds, plus a good knowledge of Flora. Having traveled extensively across the country, from the world heritage site of Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary at Bharatpur, the Gir forest (known for the Asiatic Lion) to Kaziranga (the last refuge for the One Horned Rhinoceros) and now to the forests of Central India…their experiences are varied. Their expertise lies in their ability to track tigers and spot exotic bird species. Guests will find that the naturalists always give it their best, to try and satisfy their specific demands. In addition, due to their diverse cultural backgrounds they give guests a unique perspective on Indian lifestyle and tradition. We have a village walk ( also includes a trip to the local school) in which the naturalists explain to the guests the way in which village folk go about their day to day work, giving the guests a first hand account of this simple, yet affective life.
Tiger Resorts also receives foreign students from different Universities around the world. These students join us for a season as Naturalist trainees, as part of their University curriculum.
Eco friendly practices
To increase our dependence on the direct energy sources we have tried to use the power of our sun god to provide us the energy and help save the worlds natural environment. Solar Water Heaters - Our Hot water system comes out of the two efficient solar water heaters which provide reliable and enough supply. Solar Cooking- Some part of the cooking for our Guest is done in two different types of Solar cookers. This helps minimize energy use and also food cooked is health and tasty. Our guest can ask for cooking lessons for solar cooking.
To make efficient and hygienic disposal of organic waste, we are using a process of decomposition by worms which is efficient, odorless and provides us with rich organic fertilizers for our organic farming on site.
Much of our fresh vegetables come from the organic farming at the Lodge. One can see a Varity of vegetables and fruits being cultivated . Guest are welcome to take a tour
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