Located in the heart of India in Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha National Park is a manifestation of Rudyard Kipling’s vision of the forest in Jungle Book. Its romantic and lush forest environs help create experiences you must have as an adventure seeker and wildlife lover.
The Tiger Reserve
In its 60th year, this National Park was a result of a special law that encouraged the preservation of a variety of flora and fauna unique to this region. Today, Kanha is considered to be among the most picturesque wildlife reserves in all of Asia and is often referred to as the “Tiger Country” for its tiger population and the relevant efforts taken to preserve them.
The open grassy topography of some of the parts of this national park makes it easy for visitors to spot some blackbucks. In addition to this, you will also be able spot some swamp deer, chital and sambhar while exploring the region.
Spanning over 1940 square kilometers, the major natural attractions of this region is the horseshoe spaped valley and the Surpan River that flows through these parts. Book yourself on a memorable safari to start exploring this national park on your next trip to India!