Kanha National Park
Kanha Tiger Park
The Kanha National Park was inaugurated in the year of 1955 and later on transformed to Kanha Tiger Reserve in the year of 1973. The roots of reserve are spread across a wide area of 940 kilometres, making it count in one of the largest parks in India. Adding the sanctuary sharing its borderline with the park jointly makes the reserve. The total reaches 1067 kilometres in the above situation.
This park is amongst the must visit places for tourists. Abundance in quantities of fauna and flora can be found here, the number including some of the unknown ones. Apart from shedding various plants and inhabitants, the place is a nature’s bliss, with ferns, forests and grasses, the scenery being an inspiration for the great writer, Rudyard Kipling and briefly described in his novel, Jungle.
A tourist will be able to take glances at tigers, gaur, dholes, barasingha and many other animals. When the number of animals in a vision increases, it is a sheer delight to watch. The list of common sights increase as you go deeper into the park, additions such as barking deer, spotted deer and sambar being added to the list.
During the winters, you will also be able to see Indian Gaur, Swamp Deer and Hard Ground Barasingha.
The website lets you do your bookings right from where you are sitting. You will be able to compare and book what you want round the clock, that adds to the benefit list. Opening the website, you will be greeted with special signup offer that you can avail while booking your hotel or commute tickets. If you have any other coupon than that provided to you, the cost will be lowered further saving you some bucks!