Friday, 26 September 2014

Kanha National Park: A Spellbinding Abode to Extinct Species


Kanha National Park
Kanha National Park, located in the Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh, is popular for its enthralling topography and tigers. Spread over an area of 1,940 sq. kms, the greatest contribution of this park is saving a plethora of endangered wildlife species, which are nearing extinction. When it comes to accommodation, visitors get never-ending range of options. Resorts in Kanha offers special offers to appeal and attract customers.

Safaris at Kanha:

You can go for Safaris at Kanha in an open jeep, which can easily accommodate approximately 6 individuals. Here, you need to note that not more than 6 individuals are allowed to enter at once in this park. During the trip, you have to ensure that a guide accompanies in the jeep. In order to visit Kanha Zone, Mukki zone, Sarhi zone, and Kisili zone, you have to buy the entry tickets well in advance. Since Kanha zone comes into the list of premium zones, so you might be charged a bit more entering in this zone.  Before booking safaris, you should research about hotels in Kanha and get a room for staying here during night hours.

Timings of the safaris:

According to the rules of this park, only 2 safaris are authorized per day. One of them is during morning hours between 6 am to 10 am, and the other during afternoon hours, which starts at 3 pm and lasts until sunset. This national park is closed on Wednesday during evening hours.