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, serving as inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s classic, the “Jungle Book”. An adventure into this virgin habitat
of Kanha this field sortie will enable you to explore incredible birds and mammals up close at The Bagh, and Kanha National Park, as well as explore
one of the most rural and picturesque landscapes of India. Dedicated hides throughout The Bagh using traditional construction allow a traditional and
authentic professional photographic hide experience. The strategic design of the property, groves and plantations, overlooking water bodies, with multitudes of walks throughout the estate along with the rich habitat, offers incredible
photographic encounters. The Bagh’s strategic locations means that you are also able to visit and explore diverse sectors of Kanha National Park,
connected protected habitats, to give a varied and exceptional birdwatching, wildlife and mammal viewing and photographic experience. The Bagh offers an authentic interface with both the local nature and peoples where you may taste the local flavours, witness traditional villages, relax in the wild and explore on foot hidden corners revealing treasures. The ultimate purpose of a journey is to discover oneself among signboards, cultures and importantly natural habitat and wildlife. Some realize this consciously while others just make them a part of their memories. We curate this experience for yourpassage to India to position for the best opportunity to capture on camera
the most brilliant indigenous birds, animals in their natural habitat, along with traditional tribal culture.