Located on the boundary of Kanha national park, Sherghar Tented Camp was established by a Parsi-British couple and was developed into a small camp for wildlife enthusiast and nature lovers. The camp was inaugurated in 2005 and consists of 16 members that form the helpful staff. The center of the camp consists of water reserves by two natural springs that attracts various birds like, cormorants, kingfisher and hundreds of other breeds.
The camp gives guests opportunities to enjoy and explore the natural habitat, hence activities like morning afternoon game drives, SherDarshan – viewing tigers from the elephants back, Forest and hill walks, cycle rides, visits to villages and markets and many more. Other amenities at the camp include a well stocked library with wildlife references, 6 tents internet access in the Main House, laundry services, bar, mountain bikes for free use and a souvenir shop.