Situated in village Khatia, Soulacia Hotel and Resort is in the midst of the grassy meadows, the lush sal and bamboo forests, and the wilderness of the spectacular Kanha National Park. Providing a close encounter with muse of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book – the magnificent Kanha National Park – and the tigers and barasingha of Kanha, Soulacia offers everything that one could desire from a wildlife resort.
Spread over 12 acres, Soulacia provides comfort and luxury with its unique and contemporary architecture, which is a perfect amalgamation of wild and modern. With a well-spread accommodation comprising of rooms and tents overlooking the trees, the wildlife excursionists get a complete jungle experience.
I had stayed with my family at Soulacia at Kanha from 20th Dec to 23rd Dec 2019. We had an extremely pleasant, enjoyable & Refreshing stay. The rooms were quite... read more
Soulacia Hotel and resort will be remembered for its excellent hospitality, warm welcome and smiling staff ready to cater to your requests. We reached the hotel after a long road... read more
I had visited the hotel in November'2019 and was very much delighted with the stay ,food,service and hospitality of the Resort.You just have to book here and forget.The hotel will... read more
We lived for 3 nights and 3 days at Solucia. This was our second visit to Kanha and first time stay at this property.
Food : 5 out... read more
The staff and service were excellent throughout our stay whilst visiting kanha national park. The food although somewhat repetitive was very tasty and the restaurant and rooms very clean and... read more
Discover Nature at its Finest
ABOUT KANHA NATIONAL PARK
The inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s unforgettable classic – The Jungle Book, the picturesque Kanha National Park was created in 1955 by a special law to protect and preserve tigers and has been home to diverse flora and fauna since then. It is a safe haven for endangered species. Situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the charm of this “Tiger Country” is as fresh and as magnificent as it was at the time of its inception and provides an ideal refuge for both the predator and prey.