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Samardha Jungle Camp near Bhopal

From mountain biking to bullock carts to local cuisines, there are several reasons why Samardha Camps are a paradise for camping aficionados. Located 30kms from Bhopal, it might just be the weekend escapade that you seek! Beyond the cosy tents and melodious tribal folk songs, forget not to look for animals camouflaged in the woods. Package for two- Rs 1060

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Kanha Kipling Camp

Established in 1982, Kanha Kipling is the only camp run by a family where you’re treated like a houseguest, without compromising on facilities and meeting each of your private needs. And above all you can have a rare experience of bathing a local elephant in the nearby river.
Drive three hours from Jabalpur to the most unique camp.
Are you game?

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Bundela Safari Lodge, Kanha

‘Here luxury rubs shoulders with wilderness’, claim the officials. We couldn’t agree more!
Pamper yourself amidst the woods like staying at a five star. Ready to indulge after spotting a Tiger?

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Tribal Camp, Pench

Legend marks Pench as the birthplace of ‘Mowgli’. It is here that Sir Rudyard Kipling based his popular Junglebook. No wonder Tribal Camp in Pench promises to give you a rustic feel in its wooden shelters.
Located in the district of Seoni, Pench is draped by wilderness on all sides. It gets its name from the river Pench, which flows right through the reserve. Mark that Pench reserve has the highest population of prey for the predators viz, tigers, leopards, wild dogs. Just drive two hours from Nagpur and fulfil your fantasies of being in sheer quietude.

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Narmada Retreat, Maheshwar

Maheshwar is an ancient city located in the Heart of India. Famous for Maheshwari saris, Ahilya fort and Pandrinath temple, the city also has one of the best riverbanks in the country which attracts multitude of tourists; Indians and foreigners. Narmada retreat is an ideally located camp that offers Ac and deluxe tents circled around a neat garden overlooking the holy river Narmada. Ideal to put up with family or a group of friends, fledged with doorstep services and aura of cosiness, Narmada retreat delights you on every level.

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Kathotiya Jungle Camp near Bhopal

An abode for adventure seekers and connoisseurs of archaeology, Kathotiya Camp falls in the lush green outskirts of the capital city and is run by energetic tribal youths. It offers adrenaline rushing sports such as rock climbing, rappelling, etc. It also offers trekking alongside ancient carvings and paintings having a character of their own. And for such tourists, Kathotiya is no less than a paradise.
Cosy tented accommodations and local cuisines are warmly served by the camp.

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Camp Blue Bell, Orchha

Lying on the banks of river Betwa, Camp blue bell is yet another mystical adventure camp. Orchha, meaning ‘hidden’, literally lies obscured in thick green forests. Once a home to tigers, its nature reserve now shelters blue bull, sloth, wild boar and famously over 200 species of birds. Blue bell has trekking, cycling, rappelling and much more in store for adrenaline junkies. Visiting Betwa River, often termed as Kayakers’ dream, could just be your cup of tea if you look for river rafting on a mild level.
Delectable meals and safari tents only add to one’s pleasing stay at blue bell.

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Pachmarhi Camp, Pachmarhi

The highest point in the Heart of India, Pachmarhi offers a sight of untamed landscapes and exotic waterfalls. Become one with the valleys and meander across the best hill station of Madhya Pradesh by setting up an indie camp.

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Satpura Jungle Retreat near Bhopal

Satpura is the only reserve that allows walking safari through it. Jungle retreat offers you a variety of activities such as trekking, bird watching, elephant and motorboat rides. The multi cuisine restaurant, prompt services only add four moons to the stay here.

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Flame of the forest, Nemawar Road

Situated 80kms from Indore, nothing defines remoteness quite like Flame of the Forest. An escapade from the commotion of urban life into pure adventure land, FOTF offers lavish huts overlooking to a huge lake. It also facilitates adventure sports like rappelling, river crossing, rock climbing, etc. Not to forget the thrilling night safaris in the neighbouring jungle!

There’s pleasure in the pathless woods, there’s rapture in the lonely shores. Why not live the destination than just visit it? Why not smell the flora and sense the fauna around you? We’ll tell you where they are myriad!

Swapnil Gaur

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