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Kanha Tiger Reserve tours

Explore Kanha Tiger Reserve

In the thick forests of Madhya Pradesh, fresh air, big-cat sightings and bigger decisions await!

The Kanha National Park is one of the largest national parks in the country, covering 1,945 square kilometers, and which boasts of abundant amount of flora and fauna. With beautiful areas covered in sal forests, large bamboo stretches and lush green meadows, this park is known for various wildlife conservation schemes initiated by the management, particularly for animals like the tiger and barasingha.

Kanha Tiger Reserve is home to animals like tigers, leopards, wild dogs, wild cats, foxes and jackals, along with 300 types of birds and close to 1,000 flowering plants as well. What also sets this park apart from the rest is that it is one of the nine reserves selected for Project Tiger in 1973. The continuous effort of the management of this state has resulted in making Madhya Pradesh a prime tiger country as well as one of the major success story of Project Tiger.

The Kanha National Park is also popular for the Barasingha which is also called the Swamp Deer. It is found in great abundance in the forest, this breed of deer depends on grasses and grasslands and also shows a preferences for aquatic plants. They are overall a peaceful species that easily interacts with the Chital deers as well.

The park is open to visitors from OCtober 15- June 30 every year; however the peak time to visit this place is during winters and summers can be quite hot and humid. Post the monsoons, the park becomes revitalised with nature and vegetation, making the safari truly exciting. There are also a number of migratory birds that visit this park during this duration. However, if you are ready to bear the heat, summers can prove to be a good time to sight the tigers as they tend to come out to drink water.

There are two safaris that are conducted in the park namely morning jeep safari {5.30-11 AM} and afternoon safari {2-6PM}. It is always best to book these safaris while booking your stay as last minute bookings can be tough.

Besides the safari, other activities that you can do in the park include the following:

Visit the Kanha museum- Located inside the park, the Kanha museum is great place to gain some insights into the history and geography of this place. The museum shows the massive efforts undertaken by the park to conserve its flora and fauna. Additionally, there are also a few replica of the main animals of Kanha National Park and a number of photographs have been mounted on the walls that add to the entire experience.

Head to Sahastradhara - Located almost two hours away from Kanha National Park, Sahastradhara is a major tourist attraction that is know for the iconic site of Mandla. Here the river Narmada splits into hundred different streams of white and grey while flowing through basalt and limestone rocks. A perfect picnic spot, this is equally popular among both locals and tourists. Spend the evening watching the sunsets and also make a stop at the temple close by for a complete spiritual experience.

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