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Steeped in the natural beauty and housing rare species of flora, fauna and avifauna, Kanha is one of the largest national parks in India. Its core zone covers an area of 940 sq km, while the buffer is spread across 1,000 sq km. The whole area looks like a giant canvas on which nature's hues have been used to create an unusual painting.

The Kanha national park came into existence on June 1, 1955 and was one of the first parks that came under the Project Tiger. The tiger is one of the most graceful and awe-inspiring animals in the world. The power, aura and beauty of this big cat have always captivated the imagination of one and all. Wildlife enthusiasts from across the globe come to India only to get a glimpse of this shy and stunning animal. Unfortunately due to the merciless hunting, deforestation and natural calamities the tiger was on the verge of extinct. However due to dedicated conservation efforts by "Project tiger" this animal made a remarkable comeback and made Kanha their last refuge. The herbivores such as the Barasingha (swamp deer), Spotted Deer, Sambar, Chowsingha and the Barking Deer thrive abundantly in Kanha. The park also provides a suitable habitat to leopards, wild dogs, sloth bear, jackals, wild cats, hyenas and wolves.

Jungle safari is all about spotting a striped predator amidst the tall grass or the wetlands, seeing herds of wild elephants and deer in their natural habitat, or watching a peacock dance in its entire splendor on the elephant back or by jeep. The elephant safari inside the Kanha National Park will give you a real chance to spot and capture the glimpses of flora and fauna in the park in a better way.

Evenings here are lovely, especially with warming bonfires and baiga tribal dance. The naturalists available here answer all your queries on wildlife and environment conservation. Also a part of the resort is the projector room, which houses state of art audio-visual equipment.

When to visit us

 Though the Kanha national park remains open for 8 to 10 months annually, the best time to visit is within the months of April to June and November to January. The park is closed for few months of monsoon due to heavy rains. Still each season here has something unique to offer its visitors.

The warm season (March to June)

When the temperature rises up to 40 c and the entire India experiences dog days, the serene surrounds of Kanha provides a cool and relaxing escape from hot summers.

The cool seasons (October to February)

The rain transforms the whole of Kanha into a lush green, thick forest. Therefore October and November are the ideal seasons for visiting the place. During December and January the minimum temperature falls to -2 c and the frost turns meadows brown.