An exclusive collection of luxury tents allows adventurers unique access to the Kanha Tiger Reserve.
Situated on the Kanha Tiger Reserve in central India, where 50 to 60 adult tigers roam, the seasonal (October through May) Shergarh Tented Camp was created by restoring a damaged and misused parcel of land. Returned to its indigenous woodland state, it now serves as a haven for leopard, sloth bear and the rare barasingha (swamp deer). Each of its six luxury tents enjoys a woodland setting that ensures privacy. Meals are prepared from homegrown vegetables and feature classic Indian recipes, and hospitality needs are tended by staff members from nearby villages. Working as stone masons and mud-plasterers, locals also provided the traditional artisanship found throughout the camp.