|Ideal Habitat For Barasinghas|
Kanha is primarily a Tiger Reserve, located in the Balaghat and Mandla districts of the Indian state, Madhya Pradesh. Spread over a vast region, it is home to several endangered species like the Royal Bengal Tiger and Indian Wild Dog. This wildlife reserve is also abundant in many varieties of grass and some of them is a source of nutrition for the Barasingha. These swamp deer feed mainly on grass and aquatic plants throughout the day, especially mornings and late afternoons. In central India, herds of Barasinghas comprise of a minimum of about eight to twenty deer and a maximum of sixty.
Tourists visiting this wildlife sanctuary are always in need for an excellent place to stay while spending their vacation in the region. Many of the resorts in Kanha provide comfortable accommodations for visitors of the national park at reasonable rates. Rooms or suites in some of these resorts are provided with all the facilities that any tourist would expect to have in recent times. They are also equipped with some additional amenities that make for truly memorable stays. Booking an accommodation in a resort close to Kanha would also make it very convenient for guests to visit the national park.