Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Club Mahindra Kanha Resort
Experiences - Feb 21, 2019

Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Club Mahindra Kanha Resort

The jungles are calling and we must go! How long has it been since you took a vacation and escaped to the forest areas, took safari rides to spot exotic animals and just revelled in nature? We are all accustomed to thinking about the North or the South of India when one decides to take out time and go for a vacation but have you ever considered Madhya Pradesh and the dense forests, which open up possibilities to tiger spotting! And not just any tiger, the Royal Bengal Tiger in all its glory!

Club Mahindra Kanha resort is among those few resorts in Kanha that gift you breath-taking sights of the majestic tiger as it is located in the vicinity of Kanha National Park, also known as Kanha Tiger Reserve. Set amidst a rustic central village called Mocha, it is easily accessible from Jabalpur (165 Km.) and Nagpur (265 Km.) The Club Mahindra Kanha resort, being located in the close proximity of wilderness and yet in touch with modern amenities, is one that will balance your vacation experience.

 • Festivals in Kanha

When in Madhya Pradesh, festivals are something you must definitely experience celebrating with your family. The locals celebrate every strand of their culture with pride and joy. Along with common Indian festivals like Holi, Dusshera and Diwali, one gets to see celebrations of other festivals, too, which are unique to Madhya Pradesh like - Lokrang, Bhagoria Haat Festival, Kumbh Mela, Rashtriya Ramleela Mela and so on. Another local-favourite festival here is Maha Shivratri. Celebrated in the month of February, this festival honours the time when Lord Shiva consumed poison to save the world from annihilation. And when you have Club Mahindra Kanha – one of the best among all Kanha resorts – by your side, you and your family will be able to enjoy every festival of Madhya Pradesh with great enthusiasm.

• Food in Kanha

Brewing in the heart of India, the cuisine of Madhya Pradesh boasts of a delectable array of dishes to suit the palates of both vegetarians and meat lovers. While Bhopal’s biryanis, kebabs, kheema and Gosht Korma will please the non-vegetarian side of you, dishes from the Maharashtrian cuisine will please the taste buds of vegetarians. From Baafla – an unleavened wheat bread eaten with dal – to Bhutte ka Kees – a semi-dry dish made with grated corn and milk – and Chakki ki Shaak – steamed wheat dough with curd – will ensure that you miss the food in Madhya Pradesh once you get back home. If you have a sweet tooth, you will certainly be spoilt for choice with Jalebis, Kaju Katli and Kusli, the desserts which were seemingly born in Madhya Pradesh. Other well-known sweets from this region include Mawa Bati, Khoprapak, Shrikhand and Malpua. You can relish each and every local dish of Madhya Pradesh mentioned here at Spices, our in-house restaurant. Special food for children can be served on request.

• Heritage in Kanha

Visit Bedaghat and allow yourself to be mesmerised by its 100-feet tall magnificent rocks surrounding River Narmada. It is one the greatest gifts of Mother Nature. Deekshabhoomi is one of the largest stupas in Asia. Legends say that it was erected about 300 years ago. Thus, it contributes immensely to the heritage of Madhya Pradesh. While in Kanha, Club Mahindra Kanha resort is one of the best option to stay with family. Read these Club Mahindra reviews on Kanha resort & know why our members love vacationing at this resort.

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