SAMARDHA JUNGLE CAMP


Samardha Jungle Camp is 36 km from Bhopal and is the first community based Eco-tourism site of Madhya Pradesh. History of Samardha goes back to the time of erstwhile Nawab's of Bhopal, who frequently visited Samardha for hunting and was famously called as "Shikargah of Nawab". Samardha provides opportunity for tourists to sight both herbivores and carnivores camouaged in dense forest.


Amenities at Samardha Jungle Camp
·        Heritage Forest Rest House built in year 1956 rejuvenated in 2011
·        Tenting site / Tented Accommodation.
·        IGLOU prefab cottages
·        Open Air Conference Facility (with LCD screen and Projector)
 Specialties
·        All the arrangements for hospitality and catering are being dome by trained local community people and the profit goes to them which help them in ensuring their livelihoods.
·        Local cuisines
·        Cultural Performances (tribal folk songs)
·        Bullock Cart Ride
·        Mountain Biking (Cycling tour across the undulating terrain of jungle)

 Places to visit at Samardha
·        Ancient Rock Shelters & Caves @ Chudail Dant
·        Jhamunjhora Stop Dam
·        Mahadeo Pani (Natural water fall and landscape)
·        Village tour (vernacular architecture and tribal art)

PACKAGE
TITLE
RATE
INCLUSION
REMARK
Day trip, activity as per visitor’s choice
500/- per person
Includes one meal, tea & snacks.
No accommodation, No Safari, Includes Rappelling, Cycling, Rock Climbing
One day one night
1300/- per person
Includes Breakfast, 2 meal, tea & snacks, activity as per choice
Accommodation included, No Safari
ACCOMMODATION
Tented accommodation
600/-
Per person per day
(2 persons max in a tent)
Meals extra
ACTIVITY BY RATE
Trekking, Walk to the rock shelters
250/-
350/-
For half day
For full day
Every 4 persons will be provided a guide
Nature walk/ Bird Watching
250/-
350/-
For half day
For full day
Every 4 persons will be provided a guide. Binoculars will be provided (Subjected to availability)
Mountain Biking
50/-
25/-
Per person (Gear cycle)
Per person (Non- Gear cycle)
Per hour






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