Kanha National Park
Kanha is one of the most popular and beautiful national parks in India. It attracts wildlife photographers, tourists, and nature lovers from all around the world. Tourists gather here to spot the Royal Bengal Tigers and Hard-ground Barasingha, some of the rarest species and jewels of Kanha Tiger Reserve. Kanha has saved a lot of endangered species. It is home to both prey and predator species.
Located around 160 km from Jabalpur and at the Mandla district of MP, Kanha Tiger Reserve and National Park is stretched over 940 sq. km of core area and the rest 1000 sq. km of buffer area. The horseshoe-shaped valley covers the entire region. Kanha is well regarded for lush green grasslands, bamboo, and sal trees. Sighting of Chital, Swamp deer, Sambhar, and Gaur is very common. Book Kanha evening safari to improve the chances of spotting tigers taking a nap under the canopy of trees or taking a stroll around the treks.