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Taj Pashan Garh Lodge - Panna National Park
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12 Rooms | Children: yes

Taj Safaris’ new jungle safari lodge comprises a cluster of stone cottages huddled atop a small hill, with magnificent views over the forest and a large waterhole, which has been host to numerous tiger and resident antelope sightings in the Panna National Park. The Park is situated in the Vindhya Hill range and spreads over the Panna and Chhatarpur districts in the northern part of Madhya Pradesh. Panna National Park is the most important protected area in the north-central highlands of India, as it links the eastern and western populations of wild animals through Vindhya hills.

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Construction

This lodge draws inspiration from the dry-packed stone houses of the Panna region. With its dramatic roofs constructed from massive slabs of irregularly shaped slate – celebrating Haveli design – with a spacious central courtyard, and interiors of chocolate linens, blocked-printed black silks, celadon cottons and cotton ice chandeliers. The lodge commemorates the motif of the crocodile which inhabits the nearby Ken River.

Joint eco-venture

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces joint venture with &BEYOND, Africa’s most comprehensive safari operator and leading ecotourism company. This collaboration provides guests with the ultimate interpretive wildlife experience in India based on a proven sustainable ecotourism model. Guests will benefit from Taj Hotel’s legendary hospitality and the expertise of &BEYOND, delivering a unique, in-depth wilderness experience.

Conservation

The lodge’s aim, in cooperation with the charity Global Tiger Patrol, is to advocate, catalyse and support a more responsible and sustainable approach to tourism in India’s wildlife reserve. Pashan Garh supports conservation and local community programmes which benefit the local villagers and the wildlife within the parks you visit.