Thursday, September 17, 2009




































Kanha is well known for Tiger Reserve in India situated in Madhya Pradesh. Neareast Rail Station is Jabalpur aprox 7 to 8 hr.drive. One has to get Bus or private car from Jabalpur to Kanha. Kanha Tiger Resorve is biger then Bandhavgarh National Park& has 2 gate to enter. One gate name is Kisli & another one name is Mukki. Kisli gate is near to the Kanha Bus stand & Mukkigate is around 45 min drive from Kisli Gate.

The climate is very good, but in afternoon its hot so my suggestion is to stay in resort only during afternoon. The parkoperate from October to May only, it's remain close in monsoon. One can spot different typs of birds & mamles along withthe tigers. The density of tiger is less in Kanha then Bandhavgarh. The perfect time to vist the Park is in winter & summer.

The budget resort to stay in Kanha near Kisli Gate is Tiger Woods Resort & anothe 3 star property is Tuli Resort & Corridors.And Taj CC Safaris has it property near Mukki Gate named "Banjar Tola" on the bank of River Banjar.


How To Reach - By Air: Nearest airports are at Jabalpur, Raipur and Nagpur. By Rail: Most convenient railheads are at Jabalpur and Bilaspur By Road: Daily bus service available for Kisli and Mukki from Jabalpur. Khatia (3 km from Kisli) and Mukki are the two main entry points to the Kanha National Park. Taxis are available for hire from Jabalpur, Bilaspur and Raipur.

Transport: Kanha is most accessible from Jabalpur (169km), Bilaspur (301km) and Nagpur (330km). The nearest town is Mandla (65km) with a branch of the State Bank of India that deals in foreign exchange.Train To Jabalpur, 169km from KanhaFrom Allahabad: Ganga-Kaveri Exp, Howrah Exp From Lucknow:Chitrakoot Exp From Nagpur Varanasi-Tirupati ExpBus:Private buses are available from Khajuraho, Allahabad, Mandla, Bhopal, Nagpur, Varanasi and other important towns.

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1 comment:

  1. Its a very great content. My comment is epically for the writer of the blog. I am amazed after reading it he urged me to have experience of this place. I would like a special thanks to the writer to provide us such a great information. However I am not a regular traveller. Yet as a tourist I have only experience of Chardham

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