Churna camp is a charming British Rest House Located in the Bori Sanctuary within Satpura Tiger Reserve. Accommodation is simple but all basic amenities are available at the camp. Churna village was relocated in May 2013. The resettlement of nearly 150 households to the buffer area of the park has made the Churna area an ideal grazing area for wild there has also been a dramatic rise in predator movement.
Due to this potential of the Churna area, overnight excursions to Churna Camp are popular with well heeled wildlife travellers. Typically one starts from Satpura to reach Churna Camp before dark. On this drive guests may see Leopard, Sloth Bear, Indian Giant Squirrel, FourHorned Antelope, Munjac and other common herbivores. If lucky, there is also chance of seeing Wild Dog and Tiger.
Indian cuisine cooked at the Forest Rest House and evenings are a pleasant experience and nights offer excellent opportunity for star gazing.
Wake up will be half an hour before sunrise and departure at sunrise. Guests do a short game drive in the forests around Churna having significant amount of predator movement. Near Churna Camp there is a site with pre-historic rock painting site. Upon return from Safari at around 10:30, breakfast is served and thereafter one leaves around 11:30 for a return journey to Satpura
Churna camp is one of the most unique experience in Central India Wildlife, as it offers exclusive game drive experience (with no other jeeps around) around pristine forests of Satpura National Park.