Jungle Mantra Bandhavgarh : 
Junglemantra is situated in the valley between the core forest and the buffer zones of the Park. It is spread over an area of 25 acres thus giving its guests a wonderful experience of staying at the Resort. The resort has exclusive cottages, which are charming and they superbly blend in with the surroundings. Thus they maintain the style and simplicity of a true safari camp.
 

The resort also offers a separate room for screening of wild life films and talks about the forests and surroundings of the forest of Bandhavgarh.

The resort is owned & run by British Asian nature photographer and wildlife artist Shailin Ramji, who is joined by his wife Rhea, a TV producer. Compelled by a keen love for the area, its people and the wildlife, they relocated to India from London and moved to Bandhavgarh to set up Junglemantra.

Jungle Mantra
 
The resort is well planned in terms of minimum environmental impact in terms of operation and construction and beneficial in terms of reforestation by indigenous species, recycling of waste where possible and removal and disposal of inorganic waste as per Government recommendations.
 
The resort has a well trained local staff, so as to minimize the dependency of people on natural resources and also provision of employment to them. They also have a restaurant called as the "Gol Ghar" literally meaning Round House, which serves Indian and Continental Cuisines and also freshly baked confectioneries prepared by Delhi trained staff.
 
Accommodation:
True to its name, the Resort offers bamboo huts (aptly named as Bans Ghar), which have all the modern facilities in them. The color of the huts is such that it blends easily with the surroundings.
 
Services:
  • Restaurant
  • 24 hours hot and cold water
  • Jungle safari
  • Bird watching tour
 
Outdoor Activities:
  • Game Drives
  • Bird watching
  • Nature treks
  • Bonfire barbecues
  • Tribal dances
  • Cultural programs
 
How to Get There:

The Park is conveniently situated near major airports: Khajuraho (230 km) and Jabalpur (190 km), Kanha tiger reserve 230 km., Khajuraho world heritage site 220 Km.

 
By Road:

Delhi :

860 Kms (approx.21 hours)

Khajurao :

230 Kms (approx.6 hours)

Satna :

180 Kms (approx.4 hours)

Katni :

65 Kms (approx.2 hours)

Kanha National Park :

200 Kms (approx.6 hours)

Jabalpur :

170 Kms (approx.4 hours)

Varanasi :

435 Kms (approx.9 hours)

Allahabad :

300 Kms (approx.7 hours)

Rewa :

180 Kms (approx.2 hours)

Umaria :

22 Kms (approx.25 min.)

 
By Air:
There are daily flights to Khajuraho from Delhi by Jet Airways, Indian Airlines and Kingfisher and from Khajuraho it is a 5-6 hour road journey.
There are also daily flights to Jabalpur from Delhi, Mumbai, Indore, Gwalior and Bhopal by Kingfisher and Indian Airlines, from Jabalpur it is a 4 hour drive.
 
By Train:
Nearest station is Umaria 22 kms from Bandhavgarh National Park. Another big train junction connects fom all major cities of India like -Delhi-Mumbai-Chennai-Kolkatta-Jabalpur etc. The Park is 65 kms from Katni station.
 
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