Satpura National Park
About Forsyth Lodge
Forsyth Lodge was created on abandoned agricultural property that was resurrected with the goal of preserving indigenous forests by shielding them from grazing, fires, and planting native trees and plants.
We have barely occupied 10% of the 44 acres of this revived woodland to accommodate you.
Meals are served at the centre lodge, which also has a library and a bar where we congregate to talk about your checklists, swap sightings, and hear your trip stories. The Lodge acreage is rich in wildlife; we have Chital and Wild Pigs as residents, who are frequently visited by Leopards and Dholes.
We even witness Sloth Bears ambling around in daylight or on our video traps during peak fruiting season. Several species of birds, butterflies, dragonflies, spiders, scorpions, and a variety of flowering plants and climbers have been documented by our naturalists.
To keep the site wild and prevent wildlife from becoming acclimated to our food waste, it is properly divided and composted. The plastic and other recyclable waste is transported to a nearby city where it is disposed of and recycled by certified recyclers.