Salban is a sprawling bungalow, built in the local style, with exposed brick walls, a red tiled roof and an inviting veranda facing the sal forest. Come here for a quintessential homestay experience in the heart of Kanha National Park. There are two bedrooms, with attached bathrooms, available for guests to stay. The core central space has a living room, dining area and open kitchen, which is the heart of the residence. A library runs along the upstairs corridor, where you will find books to suit every taste - from natural history and travel to cookery and crime. A large mahua tree shades the open-air sit out, where a fire is kindled on winter evenings. The hosts, Sheema and Jhampan Mookerjee, welcome you into their home with old-fashioned hospitality and personalised care. Sharing good food and conversation with people has been their way of life, and this is what you’ll experience here too.
“Winner of 2017 Best Homestay Award by MPTDC”