Visit …! Madhya Pradesh offers an amazing wildlife which every wildlife lover should explore. You will find plenty of still untouched and unknown animals in the heart of India.
Madhya Pradesh is home to nine national parks and 25 shrines. It accounts for 10% of the world population of the Tigers in the state itself. Wild safaris and a stay in one of the forest resorts, endowed with stunning wildlife, will allow you a break from the pandemic and the city life.
See wild animals and discover some of Madhya Pradesh’s best national parks and sanctuaries, listed below:
Bandhavgarh National Park: Nestled in the hills of Vindhya Madhya Pradesh, it boasts some of Sal trees’ most exotic, lush greenery. This national park is an important tourist attraction visited by the Tigers. It consists of 25 inhabitants and different bird species.
National Park of Kanha: This national park, which was renowned for its endangered wildlife, is one of India’s best shrines. The Kanha National Park inspired the popular ‘Jungle Book’ of Rudyard Kipling. There are large green wetlands, gullies and small hamlets. It is possible to find black bucks, tigers, bison, leopards, hyens, etc.
Panna National Park: Panna Panna National Park is famous for its tigers located in Chahatarpur and Panna district in Madhya Pradesh. It’s a renowned Indian Tiger reserve with a unique charm for all nature lovers.
Singhori Sanctuary: spread over 288 kilometres sq., several Tigers live in this wildlife sanctuary. It offers a magnificent view of the hills and valleys. Other attractions include Fort Choukigarh, Temple Bhandariya and Jamgarh Caves.
Shrine for Kuno wildlife: the home of Asiatic lions at risk, is one of Madya Pradesh’s most famous wildlife shrines. It is a hidden gem in the Vindhyan Hills, spread across a huge area.