The Kanha national park tour
The Kanha national park is located in the maikal range, the eastern sector of Satpura hills of the central Indian highlands. The park lies 160 km southest of Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Park consist of a core area 940 sq. km, the reserve is more than 25 years old and one of the best managed park in the world. The area which encircles the park is also known as the buffer zone which stretches to 1005 sq km. hence making the total area of 1945sqkm. and is also the best place to adventure around in, of course when one is not visiting the park. The buffer zone is like a mini forest, the spotted deer, dancing peacocks, the curious leopard and of course the king of the jungle the tiger, when he chooses to take a walk. Kanha national park and Tiger Reserve is considered one of Asia's finest protected areas and probably the best place in the world to see tigers in the wild. Situated in the heart of Kipling country near the Waingunga river and the scene of the Jungle Book stories, large tracts of forest still exist with abundant wildlife. On Kanha's meadows herds of spotted deer mingle with blackbuck and the magnificent barasingha, one of the world's rarest deer. The imposing gaur, the largest wild oxen, can be seen browsing amongst the bamboos on the hillsides. The silver langur monkey barks his warning signal and the peacock calls when the tiger is on the move. This beautiful jungle probably gives visitors the greatest chance in India of seeing and photographing the most spectacular of all great cats - the tiger. The song of the varied and rich birdlife awakens the visitors at dawn. Brilliant golden orioles, scarlet minuets, tiny jewel-like is a sunbirds and exotic racket-tailed drongos can be seen from Kipling Camp. The rich birdlife constant source of fascination. The winter months (November to early March) are the best to visit the park.
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