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The largest national park in Madhya Pradesh with 941sq. km expansion, Kanha National Park is considered to be one of the best administered and managed parks in India. It is one of the Navratanas of the 'Project Tiger'.
Apart from the majestic royal Bengal tigers, Kanha inhabits barasingha as well, which was very close to extinction. It was then a successful conservation programme at Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh, that brought the animal back. Therefore the park is respected globally for saving the barasingha from near extinction. It is interesting to know that 'Bhoorsingh the Barasingha' is the official mascot for Kanha National Park. You will also get to spot bison roaming freely in their natural surroundings of Kanha.
Hunting ground to leopards and wild dogs, Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh also shelters over 350 species of birds and 1000 + species of flora.
Traversing Kanha National Park will give you a glimpse of the actual locations from the National Geographic's award-winning documentary film, 'Land of the Tigers', which was shot here.
Spending some time with the Baiga tribe will be an all new experience. You can even learn to make tribal silver jewelry which is believed to be one of its kind. You can either shop the artefact as ornament or as a souvenir from Kanha.
Knowing animal history at Kanha Museum, enjoying elephant bathing, trekking, wildlife viewing from machaan are some more activities you can enjoy during your visit to Kanha.
Basically a day or night jungle jeep safari in the park and bird watching will surely leave you with a lifetime thrilling experience.
Safari Booking: https://forest.mponline.gov.in
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Tourists have claimed to have seen tigers here on many occasions making this spot famous for tiger spotting
Preserving skeletons of reptiles and animals, this museum also gives an understanding of the tribal culture in the region
A courageous, expert hunter and guide named 'Lapsi' lost his life while battling a ferocious tiger in an attempt to protect his sportsmen colleagues. In his memory, a gravestone was erected at the spot where he fought the tiger. Today, Lapsi Kabar is an important spot in Kanha National Park.
The pond where Shravan Kumar, the devoted son in Ramayana, came to fill water for his blind parents
Sindoor, used regularly in Indian households, is extracted from this tree variety which is found in abundance here
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The multi cuisine restaurant at Sterling Kanha is the perfect place to indulge in comfort food. The Restaurant provides breakfast and dinner buffet and an ? la carte menu to choose from. The Aloo Dal Badi and Urad Daal Ki Subji will surely tantalise your taste buds.
Phone : 9111003371, 9111003372
Recognizing the need for the freshest organic ingredients, a small organic garden has been created at Bagh Villas where vegetables, salads and herbs are grown. We purchase seasonal vegetables from the kitchen gardens of the villagers and local farm produce supporting local communities. The menu consists of varied cuisines but our chefs are always open to requests and will also happily hold food classes for those interested in our recipes.
Situated at an altitude of 1000 m, Amarkantak is a well frequented Hindu pilgrimage center that is popularly known as 'Teerthraj' - 'the king of pilgrimages'.
Under the brightly lit moon, 100 feet tall mountains of marble change forms as the river Narmada passes through it. This view is so scenic that it stays with you for long. But this is just one of the
The best time to visit Kanha is from October to April.