Kanha Motel Chandan
Near Forest Entry Gate Khatiya Opposite Anaryak Art Emporium Kanha National Park
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Motel Chandan at Kanha
Affordable Comfortable - Luxurious
Stay in the cool confines of Motel Chandan at Kanha National Park. The fully equipped budget resort offers affordable but luxury accommodation at Kanha Forest of Central India.
As fully equipped jungle resort Motel Chandan has evolved with Kanha and its tourism. A small number of niche tourists visited the preserve during the seventies, they found succor at Chandan Motel the first accommodation venture at this magnificent paradise.
Mr. .. Had a vision that nurtured tiger tourism & the tourists in times whence no private lodges had come up. The vision turned into a reality and the property is a fully fledged resort well equipped for cozy accommodation and dining.
Facilities & Accommodations:
The jungle resort offers luxury ambiance, furnished interiors, rooms with attached equipped western style baths. The spread consists of open sit outs, green exteriors, tree lines and fire place. Banking and ATM facility are within the premises. The resort is situated right near the Khatia Gate & Booking Office. Wildlife Museum & Interpretation center, shops are close by.
The Accommodation Feature:
Luxury AC Rooms
Luxury Air Cooled Rooms
1) Hygenic Veg/Non-Veg Food
2) Indian & Intercontinental
Birding on Nature Treks
Birding & Naturalist Guide
Tribal Dance on request.
We follow responsible tourism and employ local staff. We are experienced hoteliers and arrange tiger safaris in the park. Contact us for more information.
Village Khatia, Post - Kisli 481468, District - Mandla (Madhya Pradesh) India
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