Kanha National Park is tucked in Halon and Banjar valleys in the Mandla and Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the best tiger reserves of India, providing shelter to endangered species in wildlife. The property of immense scenic charm, Kanha National Park is blessed with bamboo and sal forests, flowering trees, lush green meadows and ravines. Nature lovers can relax and unwind in serene and tranquil atmosphere. Love nature walk to explore interesting unusual websites. Varied topography, undulating landscapes and exotic fauna species elicits lot of attention among the elite group of naturalist and wildlife enthusiasts.
Wildlife enthusiasts can spot A lot of fauna species roaming freely in the wilderness of its own normal habitat. Declared as Kanha Tiger Reserve, the playground is habitat to large number of tigers. Aside from that visitors can see many other wildlife species such as chasing, chital, barking deer, sambar, leopard, grey jackal, wild-dog, gaur, sloth bear, black buck antelope, barasingha and swamp deer. Over 200 species of birds Are people of kanha national park. Some of the significant avian species found in the park consists of white-eyed buzzard, purple heron, shikra and a lot more. Acres and acres of Kanha National Park are covered with over 600 species of flowering plants. Kanha Tiger Reserve abounds in green meadows, comprising open grasslands. Diverse species of herbs, climbers and shrubs are flourishing in the playground area.
Kanha has a different monsoonal climate. The temperature during summer season ranges from 43 degree C to 11 degree C. Winter temperature fluctuates between 29 degree C to 2 level C. Throughout the rainy season – July and August, the park remains closed. Annual rain steps 1225 mm. The park has extensive grasslands and is well-known for multiplicity of fauna and flora. Rigorous conservation efforts saving the Park’s wildlife, makes Kanha the very well maintained National Park in India. A magnificent place within the Park is Bamni Dadar, popularly called Sunset Point. The area offers most awe-inspiring forest atmosphere. At Kanha you can easily see Sambar and Gaur in wild abundance. It is and astonishing natural world and bird habitat. Everyday sighting of Tigers drifting in the wild in Kanha make it a really popular tourist destination too. This Tiger realm is the best habitat for both predator and prey. Kanha is famed for wild life safaris in India, particularly for tiger sighting and birding. By the salient aspect of this jungle are the open verdant pastures where sambhar, swamp deer and chital or spotted deer are a familiar sight.