Kanha National Park
The Kanha National Park, one of the most well-maintained National Parks in Asia, was created in 1955. It forms the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve which was established in 1974 under “Project Tiger”. Situated in the Maikal range of Satpuras in Madhya Pradesh and Spread across two revenue districts the Mandala and the Kalaghat, the park lies in the heartland of India. The Kanha Tiger Reserve has a total area of 1945 km2, including the buffer and core zone all together.
The National Park is famous for its preservation of hardground “Swamp Deer Barasingha”, popularly known as ‘the jewel of Kanha’, saving it from near extinction. Apart from it, Tigers sightings are also common within the Park. Lavish Flora and Fauna in the wooden strands offer an exceptional once-in-a-lifetime experience to the tourists coming from various parts of the country and abroad.
Within the park, Bamni Dadar, also known as ‘Sunset Point’, is the most popular point of allurement for tourists. Rudyard Kipling’s novel “Jungle Book” was inspired by the lush sal and bamboo forests, grassy meadows, and ravines of Kanha Park.
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How To Reach
The distance between Jabalpur and Kanha National Park is approx. 165 km. The following means of transport can be taken to reach the park from Jabalpur.