About Kanha National Park

Kanha Tiger Reserve is spread over an area of 2,051 sq km (917 sq km of core area and 1,133 sq km of buffer zone), making it one of the best habitats for tigers in India. The park is situated in the Central Indian Highlands, which are part of the extensive tableland that forms India’s main peninsula.

Kanha’s undulating landscape is dotted with dense groves of vegetation, hillocks and meadows. Of all these habitats, it is Kanha’s meadows that are its lifeline, as they sustain large numbers of Chital, Sambar, Barasingha and Gaur, which in turn support populations of predators and co-predators (Tigers, Leopards, Wild Dogs, Jungle Cats and Foxes). The park is primarily a moist Sal and moist mixed deciduous forest featuring Sal, Bamboo, Tendu, Jamun, Arjun and Lendia.

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It is home to over 1,000 species of flowering plants and about 350 species of birds. Its greatest achievement has been the preservation of Hard Ground Swamp Deer or Barasingha from near extinction (they numbered just 66 in 1970). Today, they number more than 400 and are the only surviving population of Barasingha in the wild.

1067 Sq. Km
Forest Type:
Mix Decidious Forest with prominent Sal Vegetation
Mammal Focus:
Tiger, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Barasinga, Four Horned Antelope, Wild Dogs, Gaur
Star Birds:
Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Black Naped Monarch, Common Rosefinch, Brown Fish Owl

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Fort Visit Hot Air Balloon Canopy Walk

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