Kanha Kisli National Park

Kanha, MP - 481111
Type: Parks
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The Kanha Kisli National Park is also called the Kanha National Park or the Kanha Tiger Reserve. This is Madhya Pradesh's largest National Park. The park was created in 1955 and in 1973, declared a tiger reserve. The Kanha National Park is counted amongst the top 10 most visited places by tourists. Rudyard Kipling's famous novel, 'The Jungle Book' is inspired from, and the set in the backdrop of the Kanha National Park.

Amongst the numerous species of wildlife found here are Indian Leopards, Sloth Bear, Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian Wild Dog, Barasingha etc.  Saal and Bamboo trees abound in the forest region. Beautiful meadows are also found inside the Kanha National Park. Nocturnal species such as Porcupine, Hyena, Fox, Jungle Cat etc. can also be seen inside the park. Amongst the birds, the commonly found species are the Cattle Egret, Pond Heron, Grey Hornbill, Black Ibis, Woodpecker, Indian Peafowl, White Breasted Kingfisher, Pied Hornbill etc. Numerous species of reptiles are also found: Indian Cobras, Indian Python, and Vipers. Turtles and amphibians are also found inside the reserve!

The best time to visit the Kanha National Park is from Mid-October to Mid-June. Safaris are organized in morning and evening slots. The park remains closed from Mid-June to September end. 

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