Infinity Resorts Kanha
Village Baherakhar, Post Nikkum,Tehsil Birsa, Dist. Balaghat, Madhya Pradesh - 481111
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The Infinity Resorts is a chain of wildlife resorts that offers our guests a unique experience of being in the heart of Indian jungles, while enjoying all the creature comforts we are familiar with at home. Here, at Infinity Resorts Kanha, we take the meaning of luxury, comfort and service to an entirely different level. Located adjacent to Kanha Tiger Reserve, the resort presents the beautiful jungles made famous by Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. While you may meet Sher Khan, Baloo while on your safaris, we definitely suggest that you keep your eyes open to spot them. Our team of attentive staff at our wildlife resort in Kanha will keep everyone happy with the standard of food, accommodation and services which our competitors talk about.
Nestled on a sloping hillock, amidst thick Mahua and Mango trees, bamboo and shrubs, Infinity Resorts is built on 24 acres of lush green forest and grassland. This super luxurious wildlife resort in Kanha, consists of 10 tents and 10 villas, a square-shaped Reception and the huge Plaza Main Buildings , with their red terracotta slopping roof, khaki walls and ethnic design blends perfectly into the natural surroundings.
Live In Harmony Amidst The Nature
The Kanha resort offers 20 very luxurious and spacious upmarket accommodations which resembles that of South Africa wildlife lodges. 10 tented accommodations in Kanha of 800 square feet each and of hexagonal shape, houses the bedroom, en-suite bath and a sit out deck. The luxurious and spacious bedrooms allow guests to indulge in the luxury of living like a nomad in the era of bygone days. Large panels of windows provide the feeling of being close to nature. Tribal paintings decorate the external wall while framed pictures of the various tribes of India are found on the interior walls. At night, when you lie down to sleep, you will notice the ceiling cloth which is printed with tigers. After a long day of tracking during your safari, you will drift off to sleep dreaming of tigers you have seen and yet to see in the coming days.
Food & Restaurant Services
Elevated and located at the centre of the resort, it is indeed the jewel on the crown. The 44-seater restaurant serves a selection of North and South Indian food, alternating with Chinese or Continental cuisines daily. Guests will be spoilt for choice and can enjoy the fantastic spread from our buffet or order à la carte meals for people with special diets. The architecture and interior decor are reminiscence of old colonial forest bungalows.
Safaris & Adventure Activities
Wake up early for an exhilarating drive to the park. Enjoy your packed breakfast at centre point where information on recent sightings is exchanged. Some of the mammals at our wildlife resrot in Kanha found here include Tigers, Leopards, Spotted Deer (Chital), Barking Deer (Muntjac), Swamp Deer (Barasingha), Indian Bison (Guar), Four-horned antelope (Chausingha) and Dhole (Wild Dogs). Stay alert while your naturalist tracks the elusive tigers. Our well-trained and English-speaking naturalists, will accompany you in our open-top vehicles which are best suited for wildlife viewing and photography.
Walk Into The Wild
Part of the Satpura-Maikal Hills in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is spread over 940 sq km of dense Sal forest and Bamboo groves interspersed with the huge meadows. Kanha National Park forms the core area of the larger Kanha Tiger Reserve that is spread over 1945 sq km and was created in 1974 under Project Tiger. Kanha’s topography and geology together give Kanha the habitat richness and biodiversity. The range of elevation is 450m to 900m. The bauxite-capped hills sport extensive plateau regions, locally called as dadar, which carry extensive grasslands with only sparse tree growth.
In the 1930s, Kanha area was divided into two sanctuaries, Hallon (250 sq km) and Banjar (300 sq km). In 1955, through a special legislation, 249 sq km of Kanha Valley was declared as a National Park. Subsequently, other areas were added to the Park and finally under the Project Tiger an area of 1945 sq km was declared as a National Park. Since then, several conservation programmes have been implemented in Kanha for its diverse flora and fauna. As a result, Kanha is considered one of the best and the finest wildlife areas of India.