Where I stayed: In Madhya Pradesh's Parsili, Rewa, Panna & KhajurahoFriday, November 25, 2016
Coming to the logistics of travel, here's where I stayed through the one week trip across Madhya Pradesh in collaboration with HolidayIQ and MP Tourism.
Madla Jungle Camp, Panna
Panna National Park has two entry gates, one at Madla and the other one is at Hinauta. While both the gates are almost equidistant from the town of Panna, Madla is probably the more comfortable option of the two since this falls right on the Highway 39 on the way to Khajuraho.
Syna Heritage Hotel, Khajuraho
MP Tourism Resort, Parsuli
For those intending to visit the newly opened jungles of Sanjay National Park, Parsuli Resort run by MP Tourism department is the only available option for accommodation. Situated amidst dense forests, right along the banks of Banas River, Parsuli Resort has an air of cosiness around it, with a single yellow-roofed building that houses no more than 5 rooms in all. It's situated at a distance of 11km from the national park gate and I should tell you that none of our phones caught any signal here. It's truly a hidden retreat.
Hotel Safari Regency, Rewa
If any of these things bring you to Rewa, your options for stay are limited and Safari Regency is one of the few adequate hotels available. Situated right by the market, in close proximity to Rani Talab and the Baghel Museum, the hotel provides a decently clean room. The rooms all seem recently renovated, so they're convenient but the toilets hasn't been renovated. They look worn out and are barely tolerable. Would've been good if the toilets were renovated too but it is possible to get by somehow.
Nothing to write home about but Safari Regency is a business hotel offering decent services with well equipped rooms for affordable prices in a small town.
Tariff - INR 700 - 2000
Book here - http://www.safariregency.com/
Note: This post is published as part of the #ChaloMPwithHolidayIQ campaign and I was hosted by HolidayIQ in Madhya Pradesh.