One of the first lodges to be established in Kanha as early at 1982, Kipling Camp serves a legacy of conservation and a firm ethos of ‘treading softly’ in the forest environs. Managed and owned by Belinda and Anne Wright, Kipling Camp is set close to the Kisli side and is the perfect access to the Kanha and Kisli zones of the national park.
‘Shamiana’ is the camp centre and is a social hub for guests at the camp. It acts as the dining room, a library, a lounge as well as the bar. Shamiana is a tiled pavilion, open on all sides with large cushioned walls set in a forest environment. This is also the area where guests are welcomed with hot or cold towels depending on the weather at the time.