Kanha National Park - India Vacation Packages
Undertake elephant safari to travel deep inside Kanha National Park. The wildlife and the flora of Kanha National Park are a great delight for wildlife lovers.
Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. The park is spread in an area of more than 940 sq km, in a horse shoe shaped valley surrounded by the spurs of the Mekal range. Kanha National Park was declared as Kanha Tiger Reserve in the year 1974 under the Project Tiger.
Kanha National Park boasts of immense natural beauty of its awe-inspiring landscapes which fascinates every visitor. Picturesque sunset point at Bammi Dadar in the park mesmerizes the globetrotters utmost.
Fauna of Kanha National Park
Kanha Tiger Reserve is homeland to large number of Tigers in India. Venture into Kanha National Park to encounter other exotic wildlife species such as Leopard, Sloth Bear, spotted Deer, Jungle Cat, Striped Hyena, Jackal, Monkeys, Barasingha, Chousingha, Indian Bison, Nilgai and many more.
Flora of Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park consists of diverse species of flora. The large part of the park is covered by Sal and some has bamboo also.
Avifauna of Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park is a breeding place to more than 200 species of birds. Some major bird species which birdwatchers can easily find are Paddy Bird, Purple heron, White-eyed Buzzard and Shikra.
Jeep and Elephant Safaris in Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park does not provide the facility of jeep safari. Elephant Safari is the best way to explore exotic species of wildlife in their natural habitat. It is an enthralling experience to sit on the back of this giant animal and observe divers species of animals.
Best time to visit Kanha National Park
The best time to visit Kanha National Park is from April to June and November to January.
How to reach Kanha National Park
By Air: Airport at Nagpur is the nearest airport to Kanha National Park, situated at a distance of 226 km.
By Rail: The closest railhead to Kanha National Park is at Jabalpur, which is 169 km away from the park.
By Road: Kanha National Park is well connected with an excellent network of road with Jabalpur, Nagpur, Khajuraho, Raipur and Mukki. Regular buses ply from Jabalpur to Kanha National Park.