Kanha national park spread across an area of 1720 Sq. Km. is one of the largest and best managed parks in India. It is best known for its Tigers (Population; 80 according to recent 2009 census). The jungles of Kanha National Park constitute of Sal forests, bamboo forests and meadows. The other species found are Leopards, Spotted Deers, Wild Boars, Wild Dogs, Jungle Cats and more than 200 species of birds. The core area of the national park has a wildlife Museum and Interpretation zone which communicates the significance and history of Kanha and project tiger program. Kanha is the only place in the world where one can spot Barasingas (deer species) in the wild. The best way to explore the park is through an open jeep safari which takes place every morning and evening. Apart from this you can see the jungles through the nature walks that are help in the buffer zone of the park. The park can also be explored through elephant safari. The park is open from Nov- Mid June, but the best time to spot tigers is March and May when the vegetation and water is less in national park which enhances the probability of spotting tigers. Approach: It is well connected by road and the nearest airports are Nagpur and Jabalpur. It is well connected by Nagpur (which has an airport) and is just 280 Kms away from it.

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