Land of the tiger! Kanha National Park is home to the endangered Bengal tiger in India. More than 22 species of
mammals of Central India are found in this park. Kanha has
approx. 250 bird species including winter migratory birds.
Reptiles though less seen make Kanha their habitat along
with amazing butterflies.
The area of Kanha Tiger Reserve is 1945
sq.km with 945 sq km of core zone much frequented by tourists
on tiger safaris. The jeep safari conducted offer a wide
spectrum of Kanha wildlife and its picturesque terrain snaking
rivers, meadows, mixed forests, bamboo slopes and Sal forests on mountain slopes.
The Bengal tiger is the keystone specie
and can be sighted in the wilderness of the National Park
besides the panther, sloth bear, wild dog or dhole, bison
or gaur and jackal. The rare Hard Ground Barasingha or Swamp Deer at Kanha is the only race
to be found in India. Most common sightings are that of
deer and monkeys. The most common deer are the spotted deer
and the sambar deer the main prey base of the carnivores.
Small mammals, bats and nightjars can be seen on prowl in
the night safaris. Most common nocturnal animals seen are
civets, wild cats, porcupines and ratel.
Tiger Safari at Kanha
Tiger safaris at Kanha are conducted twice in a day. The early morning excursion is ideal for wildlife watching it begins at dawn and ends by noon. The evening safari begins at 3.00pm and ends at dusk. The jeep safari cover around seventy km and offers exciting adventure trip. Kanha is home to a large number of mammals and birds. The meadows offer the finest sightings of the animals especially the deer and the tiger. The excursion covers various habitat types - grasslands, riverine habitats and dense forest canopy. The tourist gets spectacular wildlife watching opportunity and holistic experience of the tiger park. The jeep safaris offers exciting bird watching opportunity and tiger sightings.
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Kanha is 156 km from Jabalpur in Madhya
Pradesh in Central India. Jabalpur is a railhead connected
to New Delhi, Mumbai and Calcutta. The Air service operates
New Delhi and Jabalpur.