Pashan Garh is located in a stunning national park, with first-class spa, cuisine and infinity pool
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History & culture | Jungle | Off the beaten track | Safari | Wildlife
Pashan Garh is located in Panna National Park in the Vindhya hills, along the tranquil Ken River. The lodge is located atop a small hill, offering magnificent views across the forests, ravines and waterfalls of the beautiful national park. Pashan Garh is also 50 kilometres from Khajuraho, one of the best-known tourist attractions in India, which is renowned for its 85 sandstone temples and sculptures dating back thousands of years. Home to the majestic tiger, guests may also see leopard, wolf, hyena, jackal and sloth bear.
Pashan Garh, meaning ‘stone house’, comprises 12 luxury stone cottages nestled high above the jungle, each with a private veranda. The lodge draws inspiration from the dry-packed stone houses of the local Panna region. Guest rooms are in a haveli design, with a spacious central courtyard. The interiors feature a contemporary mix of chocolate hues, block prints and cottons.
The safari lodge serves delicious Indian cuisine, with a menu that celebrates the flavours and styles of the region. Meals are organised around the day’s game drives, with breakfast being served before the drive in the morning. For lunch, guests can either eat on the veranda, at the poolside, or in a nearby rural setting. There are also several exciting dinner options to choose from, including a jungle picnic on a table fashioned from a bullock cart, a meal on the main deck, on the veranda, or eating by the pool.
Alongside the daily game drives, there is a range of recreational facilities available at the lodge including a library, safari shop and an infinity swimming pool. In terms of activities, there are guided nature walks available, including a trail tracking animals and birds through their natural habitats. For wellbeing, visit the hotel’s spa, whose treatments are based on millennia-old Indian healing and massage techniques using all-natural ingredients.
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