&Beyond Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge
Panna National Park - India
With a name that means stone house, Pashan Garh Wilderness Lodge draws its inspiration from the dry-packed stone houses of north-central India. The park is home to a diversity of animals, including sloth bear, leopard, wolf, hyena and jackal. The reserve is also well known for sightings of nilgai, sambar, chital and wild boar, while the Ken River is home to marsh mugger crocodile, a freshwater species particular to India. A broad range of both resident and migratory bird species can be seen, from storks and cranes to eagles and vultures.
The twelve luxury cottages are surrounded by 190 acres of private jungle wilderness. The overall character of Pashan Garh is rough-hewn, with white marble, leather furniture, ebony and chocolate highlights. Each suite has been created using dry-packed stone and features block-printed black silks and cotton lace chandeliers. Private veranda machans and luxurious bathrooms with huge central showers add a sense of space. Leisure hours can be spent in the intimate guest areas, with their shady deck, or by the lodge’s infinity pool, tucked between rocky outcrops.
Discover the allure of luxury stone cottages at Pashan Garh lodge that is spread over 200 acres of private wilderness.
The 12 rough hewn cottages imbue stunning stone architecture with Khajuraho inspired romance with ebony, chocolate highlights and a private gazebo.
Rates per person per night, based on double occupancy, inclusive 'Jungle Plan' (All inclusive), park and forest guide fees, wo scheduled safari activities per day, laundry, all taxes and service charge.
Single and children rates, upon request.
- Currently no special offers, promotions or packages.
|Fort-like guest area with lookout tower||Lodge swimming pool|
|In-room massage||Day trips to ancient temples of Khajuraho|
|Boat cruises on the Ken River, home to mugger and marsh crocodile||Comfortable game viewing vehicles and &Beyond-trained naturalists|
|Leopard and sloth Bear sightings||Exceptional birding destination. Chance to spot over 7 species of vultures - a highly endangered species among birds|
|Set in the midst of a private jungle wilderness||Magnificent forest views and one of the best places to spot the Indian Gazelle - the Chinkara|
- Panna is located a mere 50 km from the World Heritage Site of Khajuraho, famous for its immaculately preserved 10th century Hindu temples. These intricately carved sandstone monuments feature erotic sculptures dating back a thousand years is a must see!
Delicious Indian fare, prepared by expert chefs in the interactive kitchen, is discreetly delivered using the unobtrusive butler hatches.
Traditional Haandi dinners are served in earthenware pots, while outdoor palanquin dining includes a bush dinner served on a quaint ox cart.