SATPURA NATIONAL PARK
Satpura National Park, the history goes back to 1862 when James Forsyth dwelled in Satpura region as forest conservator. The park covers the area of over 1427 sq km along with Bori & Pachmarhi wildlife sanctuaries.
The terrain of the national park is extremely rugged and consists of fascinating deep valleys, sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, rivulets, waterfalls, thick dense green forest of Sal and other medicinal herbs, it also has large tracts of Teak forests.
Fantastic place for birding.
Denwa Backwater Escape
Denwa Backwater Escape is located overlooking the mesmerizing backwaters of a dam built on Denwa River.
It is built on 10 acres of forested land along the river and across the river lies the national park which .The estate is gifted with a unique undulating landscape, water bodies, indigenous forest with a variety of flora and fauna and stunning river views.
The contemporary safari style design has been created using local materials like stone and baked tiles. The main building and the pool are done up with vintage iron furniture and hand crafted wooden furniture, the wood for which is sourced from old furniture and sleeper wood.
The lodge features 8 river view cottages and 2 river view Tree Houses. The rooms are done up in style with unique leather safari furniture, crisp cotton upholstery, linen and local crafts.
Dining hall overlooking the river serves variety of Indian, continental and local cuisines.
Forsyth's is set in 44 acres close to the Tawa reservoir. A small portion of the lodge offers accommo-dation in twelve cottages that have been inspired by the local village homes. Simple, stylish, each cot-tage has a sit out that connects you to nature and are ideal to look out for insects, birds and butterflies.
The lodge is one of the few that offers a comprehensive Indian safari experience - walks in the Satpura forests, boat trips, nocturnal hides, elephant rides, jeep safari. Particularly young children can look for-ward to inclusive jungle experiences as a part of their Junior Ranger's program, Forsyth's Naturalists are committed to providing an immersive and interactive wildlife experience.
Reni Pani Jungle Lodge
Located in a pristine forest gets its interesting name from a neighboring tribal village. Reni Pani features twelve luxury cottages encompassing three distinct architectural designs. The nallah units, the forest units and the hill units are all built using local / indigenous material and are characterized by viewing decks, large lounging bay windows and luxury bathrooms. The ‘GolGhar’ or the meeting place, has a fascinating and unique design and features a dining area, a bar, a library and a lounge set in its various corners. The lodge also features a swimming pool.