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a VirtualTourist member from Hanalei

State of Madhya Pradesh


Aloha from Kauai Would like to know where anyone out there has stayed when visiting Kanha and Bandhavgarh and Ranthambhore National Wildlife Parks?? Comments on the level of accommodations and the costs and transportation used to get to the parks would also be appreciated. It would also be helpful to know what time of year (weather) you where there and how long ago? Mahalo(thanks) traveling with aloha the coconut wireless

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a VirtualTourist member from Delhi

hi great plans. they are probably the best places to visit. but hey they'll be closed from June 15 - Nov 15 for the monsoons. In Bandhavgarh there are great hotels and luxury camps to budget hotels to rooms let out by locals - all can be found at Tala. . The palace of the royal family of Rewa has also been converted into a hotel. there's the Bandhavgarh Jungle Camp too. This camp offers extremely comfortable tents with attached washrooms. Another excellent medium budget accommodation option is the goverment run "White Tiger Lodge". This offers excellent rooms and cottages at reasonable rates. At ranthambore too there is a large variety of accommodation available in and around the park. The most beautiful and only Forest Rest House located within the park is the Jogi Mahal. There are other hotels on the aproach road to the park, which is a couple of kilometers from the entrance. The Rajasthan tourism department has two hotels in this area. One of these is "Vinayak" and the other is "Jhoomar Bawdi". One of the best, and luxurious, accommodation facilities available is the "Sher Bagh" tented camp. Some of the major hotel chains also have their properties along the approach road. Privately owned hotels are springing up along every inch of the approach road. One of these resorts offering good facilities is the "Hammir Resort". At kanha there is a choice of Forest Rest Houses at Kisli, Mukki, Suphkar and Garhi inside the park. The Madhya Pradesh Tourism has it's log huts at Kisli. There are some accommodation facilities like the "Jungle Camp" near the Park Authorities Office at Khatia and the "Royal Tiger Resort" near the entrance at Mukki. For the budget traveler is the youth hostel located there. for Corbett you can check out my website its there. hope this naswers your questions. you can check out the websites of the individual places if you're intrested about specifics like rates etc. cheers little_calvin

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