Kanha National park offers various outdoor activities in Kanha which includes –

Jungle safari

Jungle safaris (by jeep) into the core zone of the National Park are conducted twice a day. A qualified naturalist will accompany you on every trip to help you interpret the exotic flora and fauna of the region. Joy rides in the forest on elephant-back are also offered during morning safaris.
Guests will be taken on safaris on first-cum-first-serve basis. Kindly contact the Resident Manager to register for safaris on arrival to avoid disappointment.

All guests must adhere to the Code of conduct during the safaris. Copy of the same is available at the Resort
All guests must sign the Liability Waiver Declaration Undertaking available at the Resort before participating in any of the Resort activities


Getting up-close to nature is fully experienced only when you venture out and feel the emotions she exudes. Learn everything about the flora and fauna of the region from our naturalists who will lead you on the trail.

Bird watching

Bird watching in Kanha is an excellent pastime with over 250 species of birds been recorded here.

The Kanha region is dominated by Sal forests, but you can also find patches of shrubs around the periphery as well as a lot of cultivation around the area. The water bodies inside the park act as an attraction to a wide variety of water birds. Even when the water bodies recedes, it leaves isolated pools of water that attract a multitude of birds as fishes are trapped in them.

Some of the birds that can be found in this region are the , Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Malabar Pied Hornbill, White-bellied Woodpecker, pygmy wood peckers, crimson sunbird, drongos, hawk eagle, white eyed buzzard, minivets, Plum-headed Parakeet, shikra, etc.

Bicycle Trails

Our resort is located on acres of sky scraping sal trees and lush, tall grass (home to dozens of different birds) and a good way to explore it would be on a bicycle.

Please remember to pack a comfortable pair of sneakers and your shorts if you plan to hit the trail.

Star gazing

One of the nicest things about a resort in the wilderness is the beautiful clear sky above. ” In the jungle due to almost zero pollution ,at night the sky is full of millions and millions of bright twinkling stars, which you dont ever get to see in the city , and people often rememorize their poem of the twinkling stars of their childhood all over again.”


We have bonfires at our resort every evening where you can huddle round and let our naturalists entertain you with jungle yarns. Sip a drink. Greet your fellow guests. Make new friends.

We do not allow sound systems and loud music on campus to maintain the peace and tranquility of the place.  MUKKI is an ecotourism resort and we encourage our guests to commune with nature instead.
There are a lot of other activities you and your family could engage in at our resorts. Be sure to check with our staff when you get here.