The Kanha National Park is located in Mandla in Madhya Pradesh, India. This tiger reserve stretches over and area of 1945 square kilometers in the Satpura Ranges and the entire park is covered with extensive grasslands, dense bamboo thickets and Sal forests with a number of rivers and streams flowing through it. Around 940 kilometers of this wildlife park comprises the core wildlife park area and the region surrounding the core area is the buffer zone.
While on wildlife tours to the Kanha National Park you get an opportunity to watch wild animals such as porcupines, sloth bear, jackals, jungle cat, wild dogs, bison, tiger, gaur, mouse deer, barasingha and other animals. In fact the Kanha National Park is home to more than 22 species of mammals.
During your wildlife tours to this wildlife park you get an opportunity to watch a wide variety of birds ranging from crimson-breasted barbet, the golden oriole and the racquet tailed drongo besides a stunning variety of other birds that inhabit the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh, India.
During your wildlife tours you'll discover that in spite of your adventure tour to these dense forests you are very well connected with the nearest town Jabalpur that happens to be well connected by trains to all parts of the country.