Kanha National Park Blog
Sprawling in an extensive region in the gorgeous state of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is one of India’s largest wildlife reserves. Often reckoned as the plot base for the famed Rudyard Kipling’s composition, Jungle Book, Kanha is nothing short of a breathtaking wildlife park that has an opulent flora and fauna to boast about. This popular national park is an inspiration as it has unprecedented records of conserving Hard-ground Swamp Deer (Barasingha) and reintroducing Blackbuck, which became extinct here a decade ago. Home to a healthy population of tigers and Indian leopards, Kanha also boasts being a paradise for birdwatchers. To nature lovers, the park renders the opportunity to relish views of thick Sal and Bamboo forests; extensive and lush meadows; stunning ravines and gurgling streams; and a sunset point, the sight from where can melt one’s heart. Kanha is more than a national park, a loving home for the wild and a place to witness the rich diversity of India; visit here to bond with nature and find useful information on this site that endeavours to display all aspects of this reserve. Find details on how to reach, accommodation, main attractions and jungle safari all under one roof on our Kanha National Park website.
Eight Deers found dead in Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh. The reason behind their death is excessive heat. The searing heat seems to have started troubling the wild creatures. May 30, a shocking event came into news when the villages of Khateg...read more
Photo: https://bit.ly/2kvcnoj You call him the ‘King of Kanha’ or The Apex Predator - Munna is the oldest tiger of Kanha National park and the living pride of the park. Renowned for its stripes on the forehead that represents the word ‘CAT’ ...read more
The authority at Kanha National Park is keeping deep watch on the watering holes of the park and also filling them on a regular interval to avoid any loss to an inevitable drought. Looking at the rising temperature, wildlife authority at Madhya Pra...read more
In a yet another tiger translocation move, Madhya Pradesh Forest Department successfully shifted Kanha's tigress to Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary on Wednesday, April 18. The recently shifted tigress is said to be 3 years old and has been radio-collare...read more
From February 5, the timings of safari in Kanha National Park have changed for the visitors. Now the park will open for tourists from 8 AM instead of 6 AM. Also, the duration of the safari has been reduced to 4 hours, which was earlier 5 hours. The v...read more
With just the beginning of year, Kanha faces another loss in the form of a dead cub found in the Mukki region of the National Park. According to the officials, there were four cubs mothered by tigress T27 aged between 6-7 months, out of which 2 wer...read more