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Pench & Kanha National Park-Tiger Safari Tours

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Pench National Park is not like the others. This teak forest, which can be found in the AVSM belt (which encompasses the Aravali, Vindhyanchal, Satpura, and Maikal Ranges), is an interesting alternative and a welcome change from the typical and picturesque parks of Kanha and Bandhavgarh. When compared to Kanha and Bandhavgarh, the tracks here are easier to navigate, the trees are denser, and there is more dense undergrowth. This could be one of the reasons why the herbivore population here is far bigger. This location is notable for its lack of sound. You begin to believe that you are the King when all of a sudden, your driver stops after noticing the pugmarks left by the real King of the area. He displays them to you, and then all of a sudden you hear an alarm call coming from one of the inhabitants of the jungle. A tiger has just crossed. You, your driver, your naturalist are all awake. Looking in the direction that the call was coming from, her eyes were much larger than normal, and her heart was beating at a rate of 120 beats per minute. You want to see the real King of Pench, the one with ears as enormous as an elephant's, don't you? As the story progresses, you realise that you are in Pench, the genuine and authentic Kipling Country.

There are approximately one hundred Bengal tigers and a great number of other species that can be discovered in the expansive, natural, and breathtaking Kanha National Park. It is generally recognised as one of India's finest national parks, has an exceptional track record of conservation, and provides tourists with the opportunity to escape into a huge environment reminiscent of The Jungle Book, in which the majestic Bengal tiger reigns supreme.

Kanha is often considered to be one of the finest national parks in all of India due to its expansive sal woodland and open grassland meadows. The location of this city may be found in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Because of the presence of Bengal tigers in the area, tourists travel from all over the world to see them. This vast wilderness is home to a wide variety of resident and migratory birds, such as peacocks and vultures, as well as leopards, Indian bison, langurs, wild boar, and jackals. Peacocks and vultures are among the resident species. In addition to the most powerful of the big cats, the Royal Bengal Tiger, numerous antelope and deer can be seen in huge numbers in Kanha's meadows. These animals include the rare hard-ground barasinga swamp deer, which is now the official state animal of Madhya Pradesh.

Explore some of our most well-known tours to the Kanha Tiger Reserve, or find out more about the Kanha national park by reading our guide to tiger safaris in the Kanha area.

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