The dramatic slate roofs of Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge rise out of private jungle in the Panna National Park.
Inspired by the dry-packed stone architecture of the region, Pashan Garh is stony and rough hewn, with white marble and leather furniture to soften its stark lines.
A spacious central courtyard celebrates local Haveli design, with its sense of sanctuary and coolness.
The dramatic lines of the lodge create a theatre of jungle discovery and adventure, with constant reminders of the wildlife haven outside, like the massive black and white nature photo canvases that decorate the walls or the crocodile motifs that echo the inhabitants of the Ken River nearby.Inspired by the dry-packed stone architecture of the region, Pashan Garh is stony and rough hewn, with white marble and leather furniture to soften its stark lines.
While out on game drive, enjoy a delicious picnic breakfast, complete with freshly brewed coffee.
Take a dip in the lodge’s infinity swimming pool or relax in your suite before lunch, served on the veranda or delivered to the privacy of your cottage through an unobtrusive butler hatch.
Admire the views from the intimate sitting room, try your hand at traditional Indian recipes in the interactive kitchen or enjoy a guided birding walk in the extensive grounds before afternoon tea.
AFTERNOON GAME DRIVE
Enter the rich diversity of Panna once again on your afternoon game drive. Explore the tropical forests, deep ravines and thick teak forests of the reserve, looking out for sloth bear, leopard, sambar, chital, wild boar and more.
Back at the lodge, dinner will be waiting in the dining room or you may enjoy a surprise palanquin dining experience with a jungle dinner in a traditional ox cart. Savour delicious Indian cooking, including Haandi dishes served in earthenware pots. After dinner, retire to the shelter of your stone cottage as you drift off to sleep.
Flight ArrangementsFlight Arrangements Flight arrangements are done on request unless stipulated on the package as an inclusive offer. We do not charge any service fees for arranging flights, please enquire with our reservations office regarding updated flight schedules and the charter companies we work with in those areas..
I stayed at Mahua Kothi with my 12 year old son. Our objective was to see tigers in the wild and we were not disappointed. The lodge was comfortable, in a rustic way with wildlife scampering across the thatched roof, monkeys in the trees around the hotel