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Kanha National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park

Good to know things about Kanha Bandhavgarh

Kanha Meadows (Kanha Zone)

The Kanha Meadows, located in the national park's Kanha Zone, provide breathtaking landscapes with abundant foliage. This region is noted for its broad grasslands, which are great for observing a variety of herbivores and, on sometimes, predators.

Bamni Dadar (Sunset Point)

Bamni Dadar, also known as Sunset Point, is a high plateau in Kanha National Park. It offers amazing views of the sunset over the park's huge areas.

Bandhavgarh Fort

The national park's Bandhavgarh Fort is thought to have historical and mythological significance. The fort is ancient and lends a cultural and historical component to the wildlife experience.

Tala Zone

Bandhavgarh National Park is separated into several zones, with Tala Zone being one of the most popular for wildlife viewing. Because of the high density of tigers in this zone, it is a popular destination for wildlife aficionados.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which is better Bandhavgarh or Kanha?
They are both good for Tiger sightings, but each is unique. While Bandhavgarh is a great park for Tiger sightings, Kanha is our flagship park for a variety of reasons. It has served as a conservation model for parks all across the world, not just in India.
How many days required to visit Bandhavgarh?

This superbly organised itinerary seeks to take you deep inside the jungle and close range to many types of wildlife in one of India’s most recognised national parks. This Bandhavgarh wildlife tour, which lasts 5 nights and 6 days, allows you to experience a variety of safaris.

How far is Kanha from Bandhavgarh?
Kanha National Park is 206 kilometres away from Bandhavgarh National Park. The driving distance is 294.5 km.
How do I plan a trip to Bandhavgarh National Park?

Taala is the most sought-after zone in Bandhavgarh, but other zones feature beautiful scenery and are wonderful places to observe tigers. Booking for khitauli and magadhi, in addition to Taala, is a prudent idea because the spotting opportunity increases automatically.

What is the best season to visit Kanha?

The best time to visit Kanha National Park is between October and March, when the weather is favourable. Most visitors arrange a wildlife safari in the park between November and February, when the chilly environment of Central India makes it ideal for observing animals.

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