The Kanha National Park is situated in Madhya Pradesh. It got
the status of a tiger reserve under the Project Tiger Scheme.
The Kanha National Park owes thick vegetation made of sal and
bamboo forests, grasslands and streams. The national park is
the sole habitat of barasingha.
The Kanha National Park is the only existing habitat of barasingha in India. Barasinghas are surviving here on
account of the tall grass meadows in this park. Kanha is also
known as the habitat of the tiger. One can easily explore
animals on an elephant back or in a jeep under the guidance of
a forest guide.
The Kanha National Park is ideal for spotting the wildlife and the
animals within the park but still the correct time should be taken
care of while your visit at the Kanha National Park.
The flora in
comprises of the Bamboo forests and Sal forests. The
herds of spotted deers can be seen with small herds of Antelope,
Black Buck, Barking Deer, Barasingha and the Swamp Deer.