Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Explore The Natural Wealth Of Kanha With Wildlife Tours

wildlife safari in Kanha
Madhya Pradesh, a state in central India, has played a major role in the country's history. It is home to several important monuments, forts, stupas, and beautiful temples. They are vital elements of Madhya Pradesh tourism today, and so are the wildlife sanctuaries located in this state. Biggest among them is Kanha National Park, which is spread over a vast area of 940 square kilometres. It is surrounded by a buffer zone of about 1067 square kilometres. Created in the year 1955, it covers Balaghat and Mandla districts and is also believed to have been an inspiration for Jungle Book, Rudyard Kipling's world-famous collection of stories.

Barasingha, Royal Bengal Tiger and Indian Wild Dog are some of the animal species that are found in large numbers in this wildlife reserve. The deer species commonly seen moving around in Kanha are Sambar, Spotted Deer, Four-horned Deer and Barking Deer. Flora of the region includes thousands of flowering plant species and numerous forest trees. Several types of grass found in the grasslands of Kanha National Park are essential for the survival of herbivores. Different kinds of birds, reptiles and nocturnal animals can also be sighted in this sanctuary. A wildlife safari in Kanha is the best way to explore the wildlife in this part of Madhya Pradesh. Tourists visiting this region can enjoy these jungle tours either on a Jeep or an elephant.

Best time to visit this wildlife reserve is between the months of November and March, as the climate of Kanha is relatively pleasant around this time of the year. Any of the resorts near Kanha National Park would provide a comfortable accommodation in the form of well-appointed rooms and suites that have all the latest facilities. They also arrange wildlife tours and excursions to the places of interest in the surrounding regions on demand.