One of the best kept parks in Asia and home to a significant population the royal Bengal Tigers, Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh is a delight to the eyes with its swell of exotic flora and fauna and a stunning landscape. Nestled in Maikal Hills of Satpuras, Kanha National Park is India’s best administered wildlife parks and is home to several rare and beautiful species including the Barahsingha, which was once in the verge of extinction.
The best way to explore this park is through an open jeep safari that wanders through the lush green forests basking in the magnificence of Kanha. The safaris are held in mornings and afternoons and visitors can opt to stay at Kanha Jungle Camp at night which is a thrilling experience on its own. The wildlife safari in the park is held in four distinct zones including Kisli, Mukki, Kanha, and Sarhi. During the monsoons are safaris of core zones are paused but the Buffer zones namely Khatia zone, Khapa zone, Phen zone, and Sijora zone, can still be explored in any season of the year.
Kanha National Park is home to over 200 avian species and 22 mammal species which can be spotted during the safari. The award-winning documentary file ‘’Land of the Tigers’’ was shot here and exploring the park will give you the glimpses of the actual location. The national park is also known for its spectacular sunset point from where the dense luxuriant of the forest can be seen and the sun dipping down the horizon makes the view even more breathtaking.