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Wed, 04 Apr – Thu, 05 Apr (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
P.O.Tala, Bandhavgarh , 484661 | Show on Map
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Camp Mewar on Ketkiya is a Jungle Lodgeset in a thickly wooded ten acres plot. Camp is situated just 4km away fromJungle safari Gate 3. Apart from accommodation it also has an restaurant toserve delicious foods.
The property accommodates a total of 4cottages, 5 Tents and 3 wood-thatch Huts, equipped with basic amenities likewardrobe, attached bathroom along with running hot and cold water. The services provided at Camp Mewar OnKetkiya are front desk, room service, luggage storage and medical facility. The property is situated just 7km fromJungle Safari- Gate 2 and 25 km from Umaria railway station.
It offers a uniquetravelling experience away from the hustle of city life.
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Price for 1 NightRs. 13,333
by petecranston on December 5, 2017
So you have Kay, an accomplished artist, passionate about nature, who has 20 years experience engaging with the wildlife and people in the Park (she even developed a symbolic notation to identify each tiger and its' family tree, drawn up in large diagrams on their walls!); and you have Satyendra, wildlife photographer, Indian National Tiger Authority rep. for the area, called Guruji by several of the official guides; and you have the privilege of their time and company during drives and in their homestay. The experience is unforgettable. Kay and Satyendra's deep connection to the Park ecosystem, their knowledge of the animals, birds and butterflies informing their fun and knowledgeable commentary as you bounce around in jeeps - and back at home, over food and chai, their commitment to making their guests feel at home and have memorable times, makes it an immersive experience. We - 67 year old couple - left feeling connected to the Park in a holistic way - understanding something of the personal, historical and geographic context of the place and its' inhabitants. And yes, we saw tigers - though the most thrilling part was tracking, Kay/Satyendra collaborating with the guides to identify particular tigers and their families, interpreting where they would most likely be travelling and then being in the right spot at the right time to hear the alarm calls getting closer as the cat heads in your direction. But we also saw and had identified for us myriad birds and butterflies, stopped just to look and breathe in the beauty of the Park, and managed to avoid most of the mad crowds gathered around a day's sighting, with jeeps revving and racing around to get the best shots: understandable but counter-productive in the long run for tiger sightings. They describe accurately their accommodation as simple, which means clean, comfortable and attractive. The food is plentiful and tasty, staff hospitable and charming. And the shared common rooms and meals, with Kay and Satyendra, bring it all alive. Thanks!
by lilymee2017 on June 21, 2017
Three of us came and stayed, there was good wifi and the room was very clean with a good, warm shower. Loved Kay and Satyendra's knowledge of the tigers and wildlife, and we saw fantastic tigers. They also were very kind and helped us a great deal with trains and our travel getting there and onwards to our next stop. I would definitely recommend.
by SeasickHeather on May 31, 2017
I stayed at Skay's Camp for four nights in May and was made to feel so welcome by Satyendra and Kay, it felt more like a homestay. The accommodation was clean and tidy, and the room had A/C and a fan, but what really made this place special was Satyendra and Kay's unsurpassable knowledge of the tigers, other animals and the park. They know every tiger by name and even their family histories. Both Satyendra and Kay accompanied me on safari and both have great sense of where to find the animals and how to spot them. I was lucky enough to see twelve tigers(!), some a much closer quarters than I ever imagined as well as numerous birds, a sloth bear and more - in May the animals come out to drink more because it's so hot, but the park is very dry. I also learnt so much about India from chatting to Satyendra and Kay at mealtimes. If you are serious about wildlife spotting or photography I would not recommend you stay anywhere else in Bandhavgarth but here.
by 478pam on May 2, 2017
This place is different from all the other places we stopped in, it is not a posh hotel but a comfortable and friendly home. Kay and Satyendra are tiger experts and they know where to find them. We saw 3 tigers while we were there. We went on 2 safaris, the National Park is beautiful with lakes,forest and an interesting lying statue. In the evening we went to see there land, a beautiful and interesting spot. We really enjoyed are days there.
by kate p on April 19, 2017
A long overdue review of perhaps the highlight of my 6 week trip to India and Sri Lanka. Kay and Satyendra are wonderful, attentive and considerate hosts. The accommodation they provide (while not luxurious) is very comfortable and they offer some of the best value safari packages in town. My boyfriend and I stayed with them for four nights, with seven safari drives, and while with them saw a grand total of 7 different tigers, including a mother with cubs. Both are phenomenal trackers, and truly passionate about conservation and wildlife photography. They are full to the brim with fascinating anecdotes and information about the tigers themselves (all named individuals with family trees) and the local people and customs. Kay is also a talented artist whose beautiful ink and watercolour pictures of the park's cats create a wonderful atmosphere around the camp. Satyendra was good enough to help me with my photography and offered to share his images with me when mine came out blurry. Beyond this, they went the extra mile and arranged for us to venture off road on elephant back to get closer to a tigress and her cubs, a once in a lifetime experience, and no mean feat given that there are only two working elephants in the park, and one had been commandeered by the BBC for documentary filming. Rooms were clean with good temperature control (no mosquito bites either!) and meals were delicious with our various dietary requirements well catered for. A particularly nice part of each evening was soup and drinks with Kay and Satyendra and other guests around the campfire, which made for a convivial and neighbourly atmosphere during our stay. Beyond this, Kay and Satyendra are warm, kind people offering a unique experience of hospitality and first class tiger tracking in Bandhavgargh. I cannot recommend this lodge or these hosts highly enough.
by craigwmd on March 22, 2015
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by Bhalu2014 on April 21, 2014
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