Banjaar Tola Tented Camp | India | If Only

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Two clusters of nine elegant suites each surround a tented sitting area in this ecologically sensitive resort on the Banjaar River. Local art, natural materials and a touch of luxury make this jungle lodge unique. Overlooking the lush forests and grassy meadows of Kanha National Park, guests at Banjaar Tola are at one with the environment. Admire stunning river views from a private veranda or share the experiences of the day on dramatic decks facing the Banjaar River. In the silence of the night listen to the jungle sounds floating across the river.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Tent
  • 4 Star
  • 18 Rooms



The tented guest suites are set along the banks of the Banjaar River, overlooking the core area of Kanha National Park, world renowned for its tiger viewing. Designed with a light footprint to protect the surrounding environment, the tented suites are set on raised platforms. Wide glass doors open onto private decks overlooking the river offering panoramic views of the wilderness beyond. Pressed bamboo floors and wall panels combine with fabrics in delicate tones of bleached saffron, forest green and earthy cinnamon to create a light and airy atmosphere. Raw timber furniture, canvas wardrobes, leather detailing and handcrafted furniture made from fallen trees and driftwood give a glamorous camping feel.



Taking their inspiration from the Chhattisgarh region, the chefs are constantly expanding their repertoire of traditional dishes. Sample the delights of Indian cuisine at breakfast, when local delicacies served include kathi rolls filled with cottage cheese, mint and onions. Lunches will often include a choice of salads, a lentil dish, a vegetable dish and a choice of kebabs. Dinner may be served in the forest, lit by hundreds of lanterns and accompanied by traditional dancing and singing. Fresh green salads from the lodge garden are accompanied by chicken roasted in clay, while a thali dinner may feature a selection of regional dishes.



Discover local wildlife on twice daily game drives before idling away the hours by the lodge swimming pool or in the small library, crammed full of fascinating information on the region and its wildlife. Enjoy a personalised cookery lesson with the chef to learn all there is about Indian spices and how to use them. 



Enjoy a relaxing spa treatment in the wilderness either in your tent, on the private deck overlooking the river or by the swimming pool.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Mumbai International Airport


Approximately 4 and a half hours from Jabalpur Airport


Mumbai is a modern city that can be seen at anytime of year. The safari parks are open from mid October until June.