Gond Thali – Local Food of Kanha

By Nitika Kapoor   Brahmkhass Chakri, Kurti Dal, Kikad roti with malta ka sharbat for lunch? I would rather order a Pizza and coke. I h [...]

Join our professional naturalist training course

If you are interested in joining the next PRONAT course write to us at enquiry@pugdundeesafaris.com   PRONAT is a thirty day program th [...]

An Idyllic Retreat : Guest Experience at Tree House Hideaway

If I would have ever tried and visualized the image of my idyllic retreat in the forest, I don’t think I could have conjured an image bett [...]

Reduction of Plastic Bottled Water : A Pugdundee Safaris Initiative

We had shared earlier that 4 of our lodges did away with packaged plastic water bottles from October, 2015. We are delighted to add that our [...]

Rewilding the land : the heart of our set-ups

Getting hotels and resort up on its feet is challenging for both the curators and the nature. Along with a possibility of growth comes the t [...]

Sitaphal Rabdi

Rabdi is a popular traditional Indian dessert. Sitaphal or Sharifa, also known as custard apple, is an interesting ingredient to sweeten the [...]

Amla-Gur Chutney Recipe

‘Chutney’ or relish is a great accompaniment to Indian meals and snacks and add the extra flavor to them. Amla known as Indian gooseberr [...]

Butterfly Garden at Kings Lodge, Bandhavgarh

A flutter here, a flutter there and beautiful colours everywhere! We are happy to share that our budding butterfly garden at Kings Lodge  [...]

Amla Sherbet Recipe

Sharbat or sherbet is a popular West and South Asian drink prepared from fruits or flower petals. It is sweet, diluted with water and served [...]

First Week in Kanha : From the Diary of our Naturalist

We were extremely excited to enter the park after the wait of almost 3 months. Though it’s always difficult to track the tiger movemen [...]

Tigers of Kanha National Park : From the Diary of a Naturalist

A Sal forest, Kanha is one of the most picturesque parks of Madhya Pradesh and India. With a long history of conservation, Kanha continues t [...]

Interesting Facts About Woodpeckers

Just imagine, you banging your head against a wall or a tree all day long. Painful, isn’t it? Then how does these little fellas, the woodp [...]

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