Kanah Jungle Lodge

Kanah Jungle Lodge

If tranquility is the new meaning of luxury, Kanha Jungle Lodge has plenty of it. You can immediately sense the mist, the scent of the trees, the birds singing, the clear blue skies, and the early morning sun.

This family-run lodge is near the Mukki entrance of Kanha National Park and has a lot to explore on its lush green land. After a nice breakfast, snooze in the afternoon or simply stroll around the lodge area. Sit and read while enjoying coffee. You can relearn who you are through the experience.

Community involvement

Kanha Jungle Lodge’s dedication to helping the community has given countless people better possibilities. Over the years, women from these tribes have been encouraged to leave their homes and get professionally groomed for the hospitality sector. The family’s contribution drive for school supplies, furniture, and books, as well as maintenance of nearby school buildings, continues to support education.

Cooking classes

Dimple takes particular effort in Kanha Jungle Lodge to provide meals high in nutrition and flavor. Dimple painstakingly modified original regional recipes to suit the needs of international travelers. Experience the native culinary classes to discover the unique fruits, spices, and ingredients and return home with fresher regional dishes.

Star Gazing

When night falls at Kanha Jungle Lodge, you find yourself adoringly observing the heavens. With this exclusive stargazing opportunity, you may experience the magic of the night skies that you would otherwise miss in the busy metropolis. Having the choice of «dining under the stars» is a perk.

Cultural pursuits

Baigya and Gond tribal communities’ daily lives are infused with folk music and dance. Visitors can experience the area’s rich legacy by participating in the songs and dances, which are odes to nature.

The ideal safari

A visit to the Kanha National Park, supported by skilled naturalists who accompany you (the Sankhalas are unquestionably the «first family of tigers conservation»), leaves a lasting impression. Fascinating plants and animals are found and displayed to visitors by knowledgeable naturalists. You can later continue your picnic under the refreshing shade of the sal trees.

Refugio Caiman / Caiman Lodge – Pantanal

Refugio Caiman / Caiman Lodge – Pantanal

With the best lodging and visitor experiences in the Pantanal, Caiman has long been acknowledged as the industry’s pioneer. The Oncafari jaguar habituation project, which last year allowed 98 percent of visitors to see at least one jaguar during their visit, is the most well-known example of how this 53,000-hectare private reserve seamlessly combines cattle ranching and cutting-edge conservation.

The opening of Caiman Lodge, which offers 18 opulent boutique suites surrounded by extensive gardens and equipped with a swimming pool and gym, has recently expanded Caiman’s lodging options. The Casa Caiman’s public spaces include a dining room, living room, courtyard, swimming pool, deck facing the bay, and hammock area.

Guided daylight and nighttime vehicle safaris, nature hikes, and canoe excursions help visitors learn about the breathtaking surroundings and wildlife. Recently, horseback riding led by the community of cowboys in the area has been added to the list of available experiences. A 5,600-acre Private Reserve of Natural Patrimony (RPPN) and a permanent residents’ village for lodge and ranch staff members and their families are also located on the reserve.

What is an RPPN?

A Private Reserve of Natural Patrimony is an area that has been voluntarily conserved by private parties who own land with the ability to preserve the natural environment. The Brazilian government accepts it. Once classified, the area cannot be used for anything other than preservation, and its RPPN status is permanent.

Casa Andina Premium – Puno

Casa Andina Premium – Puno

This cozy and welcoming hotel is located on the shores of Lake Titicaca. It provides unobstructed views of the lake and a convenient launching point for exploring the surrounding area. One of the oldest hotel chains in Peru comprises the Casa Andina group, which includes this establishment. The design of this hotel, with its terracotta exterior, stone walls, and clay tiles, is much more in keeping with the altiplano area than the other larger hotels. For that reason, we feel it has much more character to offer! Even though the rooms are uniform across the Private Collection properties.

The hotel, which is only a 7-minute drive from Puno’s downtown and right next to the lake, has its private harbor and breathtaking views, making it even more magnificent from its sunny outdoor patio.

Casa Andina Premium has 45 rooms and suites with a variety of lake and mountain views. The rooms are modestly furnished yet loaded with contemporary amenities like cable TV, heaters, coffee makers, and, upon request, oxygen. While the suites are larger and include a separate sitting room with a wood-burning fire and enormous baths, the nicest Lake View Rooms offer private balconies.

An inviting lobby and reception room with armchairs and a fully equipped refrigerator bar are available to visitors as part of the hotel’s amenities. You can access the hotel’s restaurant, which serves regional Andean specialties, from the floor below by passing through the outside terrace. Open fireplaces are lighted at night in the restaurant and lobby, adding to the atmosphere of coziness and relaxation.

Palacio de Sal – Colchani

Palacio de Sal – Colchani

The first salt hotel in the world, Palacio de Sal, opened its doors to visitors in 1998. It is without a doubt one of the world’s original hotels. Located at the edge of Salar de Uyuni, the biggest salt flat in the world, in Colchani, the hotel is perfectly positioned and a great place to begin our exploration of Salar de Uyuni.

The hotel incorporates salt into every aspect of its design to effortlessly integrate into its dramatic and magnificent surroundings. Solid salt bricks from the Uyuni salt lake were used to build the infrastructure and furnish the space. Salt is used to construct walls, ceilings, furniture, and more.

Salt sculptures created by Bolivian artists in public spaces serve as eye-catching focal points. Warmth is maintained, and the ambiance is kept from seeming too bare in the salt environment by wooden walks and deep crimson furnishings. The little lodgings evoke a blend of regional Andean customs and contemporary, sophisticated, yet classical and magnificent architecture.

This hotel is quite distinctive and one of the most bizarre hotels in the world. The domes were influenced by the Chipaya culture, which has lived on the Altiplano (High Plateau) for centuries and is likely the oldest in South America. The Chipayas’ traditional shelters were constructed with pointed roofs. The rooms are unique, some of which are pretty spectacular igloo-shaped. The rooms offer the latest conveniences one would anticipate from a hotel of this caliber. Every room has a private bath with hot water and either central or electric heating.

Mallku Cueva – Uyuni

Mallku Cueva – Uyuni

Hotel Jardines de Mallku Cueva is a straightforward, rustic, yet cozy Andean hotel close to Lipez’s lakes. The hotel’s unusual style, which includes being carved out of a rock, was inspired by the magnificent desert surroundings and stones of all different sizes. All rooms include hot water-filled private bathrooms and power and heating. Four rooms contain a double bed, while eight have two beds. Due to the region’s emphasis on sustainability, a significant portion of the electricity is generated by solar panels. The rooms are unique for the area, with exposed stone and natural hues that blend very well with the surroundings, despite the modest conveniences. A toasty fireplace in the dining and bar area keeps you comfortable on chilly nights.

The chambers at Mallku Cueva are called after the two brother spirits, who in the local folklore competed for Princess Quimal’s love, but who have now evolved into enormous volcanoes that can be seen from the Lagunas Route.

Despite its distant location, this hotel offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. It is perfectly situated for tourists going from Salar de Uyuni, the largest and highest altitude salt flats, and heading off to explore the lakes, geysers, volcanoes, and rock formations around the Reserve, or vice versa. It is situated between Uyuni and the Eduardo Avaroa Reserve. The hotel wants guests to feel at ease and refreshed between adventures exploring the stunning Bolivian highlands. 

The Bolivian Salt Flats is the world’s most famous salt desert and the largest one. The place lives up to the hype and has incredible spots that can be explored year-round.