a project developed by

SKUA Nature Group

The seventh largest nation by area in the world and one of the seventeen mega diverse countries with three biodiversity hotspots designated by International Union For Conservation Of Nature (IUCN).

That’s India and SKUA Nature is starting an innovative and unique project dedicated to nature conservancy and biodiversity, to let improve a right relation between human and nature.

Two new Ultimate Reserve, opening all year round with authentic professional photo hides, constructed by using traditional “Pattor” and moreover near stunning National Parks: Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, and Kanha National Park on the eastern border of Madhya Pradesh.

Bharatpur, Rajasthan is nestled in verdant countryside 200km form New Delhi, the capital of India. Located on the eastern border of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is known as Lohagarh, the Iron Fort, after the famed independence and ferocity of the local rulers.

Kanha is situated amongst the pristine rolling Maikal hills and tribal belt in the heart of India. Located on the eastern border of Madhya Pradesh, the ‘central state’, Kanha is well know for the virgin primary forest habitat, vibrant wildlife, tribal belt and and rich natural environs.