THE SUNDAY TIMES | 12 APRIL 2023 As Project Tiger, India’s landmark conservation programme, celebrates 50 years, Chris Haslam visits one of its most successful big cat reserves
Conde Nast Traveller | November 2020 It was an ancient banyan tree that first drew owner Amit Sankhala to this spot and that is how Jamtara was conceived.
Conde Nast Traveller | 08 November 2020 Does anything say social distancing like being out in the wild with more animal insight than humans? India’s national parks are open once again, with a range of safety protocols in place.
VOGUE | 03 March 2020 Before you embark on your next animal-focused adventure, consider these insights from Amit Sankhala, one of the most well-known names in India’s tiger community
JET WINGS | Feburary 2019 Get enveloped in the world that inspired Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. Pench National Park is home to some of the most gorgeous wild beasts.
Conde Nast Traveller | JAN 2018 If you're visiting Pench National park and are looking for an exclusive jungle experience Jamtara Wilderness Camp close to the Karmakhiri gate is a perfect choice.
The Travel | DEC 2017 Kanha and Bandhavgarh are Madhya Pradesh's best-known national parks but when it comes to something romantic, Pench comes up high on the list.
The New York Times | 05 December 2017 At Jamtara Wilderness Camp in Pench National Park, guests can sleep under the stars in a traditional machaan, an open-air platform bed built on high stilts, which allows guests to witness the jungle come alive at sunrise
VOGUE | April 2017 Set in the heart of rural Pench, this luxury property is located near the tiger reserve of the Pench National Park.
Get Lost | Feburary 2017 Sleep amid prowling wildlife in rural India at Jamatra Wilderness Camp. Pitched right by a forest, this luxury glamping lodge gives guests the chance to get up close to nature..
Bloomberg | 24 Feburary 2017 One helpful staff member of the romantic Jamtara Wilderness Camp, near tiger-filled Pench National Park in India, told us that if we really wanted cell phone reception..
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELLER | January 2017 It was October in Delhi, and the days were getting cooler. The city's air was bad and getting worse by the minute. I struggled to breathe comfortably, plagued by sinus headaches for the first time in my life.
Outside Online | 19 Feburary 2016 At the new Jamtara Wilderness Camp, founder Amit Sankhala turned that tradition on its head, with an outdoor four-poster bed that can be reserved by guests on clear nights to welcome nocturnal wildlife encounters.
Architectural Digest | 03 June 2016 Want to answer the call of the wild but are worried about chipping a nail—or something worse? We bring you five luxury camps that let you enjoy rough
Conde Nast Traveller | MAY 2015 Avijit Dutta, the resident naturalist here, has an infectious enthusiasm for every detail of the park's fauna and flora. The big draw is the chance of a tiger leopard sighting.
FINANACIAL TIMES | Feburary 2015 Wildlife tourism in India may have grown by more than 25 percent in the past decade, but the tiger - the safari star attraction - numbers just over 1,700 Remarkably, Stanley Stewart
DISCOVER INDIA | Feburary 2015 No sensible person, I was told, goes on holiday to India for a week. The country is made up of almost a million square miles of land, from the Himalayan mountains