Grassy plateaus, bamboo clusters, Sal forests and deep meadows welcome you as you embark on wildlife safaris to the Kanha National Park in Mandla in Madhya Pradesh, India.
A pleasant and enjoyable 5-hour drive from Jabalpur brings you to the lovely Kanha National Park that has often been compared to the 'N'Gorongoro in Tanzania.
New Age Tours offers online wildlife tour packages to the Kanha National Park that covers a sprawling 1945 square kilometers on the Satpura Ranges. 940 kilometers of this wildlife park comprises the core wildlife sanctuary and the region surrounding the core area is the buffer zone.
The deep valleys and the Surpan River add to the exotic beauty of the Kanha National Park that lies at a height of 1,480 to 2,950 feet above the sea level.
The steep rocky slopes offer enthralling vistas of the valleys and lush green hills beyond.
More than 22 species of mammals stay at the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh, India.
The crowning glory of the Kanha National Park is the fact that the park has proved to be a haven for the barasingha or the swamp deer that was almost on the verge of extinction a few years back.
The other wild animals that you may spot while on wildlife safaris to the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh, India are tigers, porcupines, jackals, leopards, barking deer, blackbuck, jungle cat, chousingha, nilgai, gaur, sloth bear, wild dogs, bison, gaur, mouse deer and others.
Some of the popular spots at the Kanha National Park where you are likely to spot wild animals are the Shravantal that is an ancient tank located on a meadow, the Bishanpura-Sondhar-Ghorella area, Bamhnidadar and Kisli.
Quite a few bird species make the Kanha National Park their home. Some of the commonly sighted birds are peafowl, myna, babbler, Indian roller, pied Malabar hornbill, green pigeon, painted partridge, yellow-wattled lapwing, Indian stone curlew, white backed vultures, scavenger vultures, brown fish owl and other avian species.