Kanha National Park inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his Jungle Book, and it will inspire you too in many ways. From various mammals including Royal Bengal Tigers & Barasingha to a rich variety of birds & reptiles, a wildlife safari in Kanha will enrich your experiences as a wildlife lover!
Kanha National Park is a famous tiger reserve in India and counted among the largest national parks in Madhya Pradesh. Situated in the Maikal Range of Satpura (a range of hills of Central India), it is divided into two protected areas: Hallon and Banjar, across two districts, Mandala and Kalaghat.
The Park was created in 1955 and designated a tiger reserve in 1973. It is one of the largest parks in Central India. The Park is also the first of its kind in India to officially introduce an official mascot: Bhoorsingh the Barasingha.