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SSK is an upcoming homestay on the periphery of the Kanha National Park. The primary vision of the management is to promote sustainable tourism. In lieu of the same, mud-based construction has been largely followed in phase 1 of getting the home-stay ready.

SSK - An alternate tourism concept

Alternative or alternate Tourism is primarily meant for encouraging the dependency and the interaction between tourists and the native ecology of the place including local human civilisation, the flora and the fauna of the place.

Also quite famously known as responsible ecotourism, the concept of alternate tourism is in sharp contrast to mass consumerism.

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Experiences within SSK

The Baiga and the Gond tribes are indigenous to the Mandla and the Balaghat districts of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. When Kanha was declared a national park in 1955 many of these native tribals were evicted from their place of origin.

Surwahi Social Kanha, a sustainable co-living cum homestay in Kanha Tiger Reserve is defining a new paradigm of meaningful low carbon footprint wildlife travel bringing innovative eco-friendly tourism concepts.

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Play at Surwahi

We think without outdoor play there is no learning and play can be even more fun if its in wilderness. We at Surwahi Social Kanha have build out a safe recreational activity area consisting of variety of ride elements for our little guests and their families to bond. Most of rides are made of scrapped vehicle tyres.

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Local Community Building

Surwahi Social is committed to inclusive growth of the local resident people in and around Kanha National Park core and buffer areas. Local community building, empowerment, skilling, involvement and learnings are core fundamentals of SSK achieved through Deetya Jagriti Women Self Help Group.

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