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India : Kanha National Park



 The most captivating national reserve in Madhya Pradesh which is famously being called as Kanha National Park. This park is specially known for the presence of Swamp Deer, the Barasingha which can only be found at Kanha. This is the reason why this creature has been called as the “jewel of Kanha”.

Located in the Maikal range of Satpuras in Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha brings the most spectacular central highlands of India. The Kanha National Park is also being popularized as the tiger reserve and most of the tourists make their visit to this place especially for the tiger tours. Declared as a forest reserve in 1879, this renowned reserve is spread across two revenue districts the Mandala and the Kalaghat. In 1933 the park was designated as a wildlife sanctuary and was further upgraded as the national park in 1955.

The Kanha National Park is best known for the large varieties of wild creatures including Baraingha and the Indian Tiger along with the spectacular lush green surroundings for the ultimate sight-seeing moments. But above all, the common people recognize it as the source of inspiration for the famous writer Rudyard Kipling for his famous novel- “The Jungle Book”.

The Kanha brings an in total area of 1949 sq km and is the best tourism friendly national parks in India where the preservation of the rare species like Barasingha and tiger is at its precedence. The park is shaped like a figure “8” on its side with a length from west to east of approximately 80km and a width ranging from 8 to 35km.

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A young female tigress about to cross the dart track at Kanha National Park. Image captures curious instinct of a tiger.










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