India - Kanha National Park Tiger Reserve

Kanha, Madhya Pradesh, India

3 reviews
Oct 25 - 31, 2020
Group size: 5 - 12
India - Kanha National Park Tiger Reserve
Kanha, Madhya Pradesh, India

3 reviews

Deposit: $700
Oct 25 - 31, 2020
Group size: 5 - 12

About this trip

India has become world renowned for it’s leadership in tiger conservation. In 1900 there were over 100,000 tigers on earth. Today there are less than 4,000. Spread out across Southeast Asia and Russia the world’s remaining tigers are on the brink of extinction throughout most of their range. But not in India. For several decades the Indian government, citizens, and conservation groups have battled hard to bring the tiger back to healthy numbers. Tamandua is proud to work with the Indian conservation community and Tiger Reserve network because supporting the wildlife-tourism industry means ensuring the long-term viability of tiger habitat. And by protecting the iconic tiger, we protect myriad other species and life forms and countless acres of forest and wild land. That’s why they call tiger’s an umbrella species — if you can protect them, you can protect the birds, the deer, and the rest of the forest. During this week with expert Naturalists as your guides, you’ll have access to the stunning landscape of the Indian wild, and become a part of protecting some of the most stunning species on our planet. 

Accommodations and Setting

The group will be staying at the Singinawa Jungle Lodge, located in forested land next to the Kanha Tiger Reserve. This trip will be a perfect mix of luxurious accommodations and amenities and an incredible wildlife reserve. 

The accommodations have large bedrooms, private verandas, en-suite bathrooms, mini bars, air conditioning, and WiFi. There is a swimming pool on the property to relax and cool off during your free time. 

There is a huge dining area located at the lodge featuring multiple dining options and a bar where guests are served with a variety of continental and Indian cuisine, fresh and home cooked food. The kitchen uses the fresh organic produce from its farms to give guests authentic and delicious meals. 


Gowri Varanashi is an Indian educator, naturalist, and rock climber. She has spent her entire life exploring and studying the wild places of India, as well as the past ten years guiding in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest. There, with Indigenous experts, she has taken her wilderness craft to new levels. Gowri is known for being an inspiring wilderness educator and a rock climber. She is the founder of CLAW (which stands for Climb Like A Woman), an initiative aimed at helping women from all over the world get outside, onto rock, and push their boundaries. Gowri speaks Kannada, Hindi, English, among other languages – and is an accomplished wildlife photographer. 

What’s included

  • Accommodations
  • Airport Transfers
  • Meals
  • Guides
  • Tiger Reserve Safaris
  • Airfare
  • Travel Insurance


October 11

Arrive in Nagpur, India (airport code NAG) to meet the group. We would like everyone to arrive early (between 7 – 8 AM) to meet up for transportation to the jungle lodge. The car ride is roughly 5 – 6 hours to Singinawa Jungle Lodge where everyone will receive a brief orientation and check into their rooms. Later in the afternoon the group will have a briefing about the safaris taking place during the week, ending the night with a delicious dinner.

Your Organizer

Tamandua Expeditions
3 reviews
Tamandua Expeditions originally began running trips out of the Peruvian Amazon Basin over 10 years ago. Today, we offer adventure-packed, hands on, expeditions through some of the most beautiful and challenging wilderness on earth. With locations in Peru and India. Our focus on wildlife research, conservation, and responsible adventure travel.


This was a trip of a lifetime! Paul and the team did an extraordinary job showing us the Amazon and how important it is to continue their conservation efforts. I can’t wait to go back and see it and do it all over again! The cuisine cooked up by Chef Roy was second to none and the accommodations gave me that true jungle experience. I highly recommend this trip and Tamandua expeditions.
In all respects the expedition exeeded all my expectation. All was well prepared, Holly and JJ had flawless the entire expedition. Despite their youth, the participants were experienced. Inspite of extreme situations, no crisis situations have occured. Mybe one hint. All participants come to see and catch a bigg anaconda spicies which, after telling in these locations, cannot be. In this area would probably be something done. Sasa
This was one of my favorite trips I’ve ever been on. I learned so much about the jungle, conservation and myself, I can’t wait to be a part of another trip like this. Thank you Tamandua!


By Charis Orphanidou on Sep 13, 2019
By Susi Elab on Aug 22, 2019