The glamping, sum of glamor + camping, has become a rising trend in the world of travel and specifically ecotourism. The possibility of staying in the middle of beautiful natural scenarios without renouncing comfort, and these following accommodations to glamping in India confirm this.
Glamping in India: the best paradises
Banjaar Tola (Kanha National Park)
The national park of Kanha , in the state of Madhya Pradesh , besides being the place that inspired the famous The Book of the Jungle, is one of the best places in India where to alternate our stay in an ecolodge with visits to places where the Bengal tiger or the lazy bear. Banjaar Tola , representative of the Taj chain in Kanha, is a paradise divided into two camps of nine stores each simply irresistible. The possibility of dining under starry skies, having your own naturalist when exploring the area or embarking on a safari are just some of the options offered by this glamping mecca .
The Oberoi Vanyavilas (Ranthambore National Park)
The Ranthambore National Park of Rajasthan is considered to be the best space in India to spot Bengal tigers with the largest number of specimens from all over the subcontinent. A privileged setting where The Oberoi Vanyavilas allows you to have a glass of champagne from your viewpoint watching the sunset, follow in the footsteps of the tiger and other beasts or merge with the hundreds of birds that come from the desert to conquer the jungle. Like cherry, the best stores to return to at the end of the day and relax listening to the sounds of nature.
Denwa Backwater Scape (National Park of Saptura)
The innovative glamping chain Pugdundee Safar i operates in some of the most beautiful natural areas of Nepal or India . In the case of the latter, one of its great prides is the Denwa Backwater Scape, a complex located next to the imposing Denwa River that marks the beginning of the leafy forests of the Saptura National Park in Madya Pradesh . An area where the sighting of the Indian leopard is one of the great attractions before getting ready to return to its cozy cabins or dine by the river under the skies of thousands of stars.
Pashan Garth (Panna National Park)
Also known as “the stone fortress”, Pashan Garth, owned by Taj Hotels, is divided into 12 gardens located on top of a small hill in Panna National Park ideal for stargazing (or the art of star sights), contemplate the birds or undertake safaris accompanied by an expert naturalist. A complex that unfolds in the middle of nature allowing us to appreciate the many contrasts of the state of Madhya Pradesh, heart of the national parks of India .
Taj Green Cove Resort & Spa Kovalam (Kerala)
One of the principles of glamping consists in the construction of houses or cabins based on sustainable elements that merge with the environment. And it is in Kerala , the most tropical and paradisiacal state of India, where the Taj Green Cove Resort & Spa unfolds silently among the backwaters and palm trees, next to a Kovalam beach that rocks its terraces while the spa and ayurveda sessions They reconcile us with the well-being that we came to seek.
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