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11 Nights / 12 Days Central India Tigers Trail with Taj Mahal Tour

Destinations Covered : Mumbai » Pench » Kanha » Bandhavgarh » Khajuraho » Jhansi » Agra » Delhi

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13 Nights / 14 Days India Wildlife Heritage Tour

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13 Nights / 14 Days Wildlife Adventure Tour in India

Destinations Covered : Delhi » Jaipur » Ranthambore » Agra » Jhansi » Orchha » Khajuraho » Bandhavgarh » Kanha » Jabalpur

Kanha Tour Packages

Kanha Kisli National Park Entrance Ticket Information Foreigners must pay Rs. 3060 to enter Kanha National Park; children under the age of five do not require a ticket. Vehicle safari tickets cost Rs. 4050, which includes the forest admission fee, the guide fee, and the jeep fee.

Kanha Packages


  • Tiger Safari Weekend at Kanha Package

3 Days/2 Nights

  • MP Wildlife Special- Land of Mowgli Package

4 Days/3 Nights

  • Tiger Safari Weekend at Kanha Package

3 Days/2 Nights

  • Into the Wild - Kanha National Park for Wildlife Lovers Package

3 Days/2 Nights

Arrive in Jabalpur and travel to Kanha National Park (170 km/ 4 hours).

When you arrive at Jabalpur railway station/airport, meet our representative and immediately travel to Kanha National Park on route to Mandla district. Check into the lodge upon arrival at Kanha. After some relaxation,
go to the restaurant for a hot meal. Evening free for exploring nature surrounding the resort and local region, evening stroll, reading books and magazines, and then enjoying evening tea in Kanha's wildness. Dinner and overnight stay at the resort.

Kanha National Park

Our jeep will pick you up from the resort early in the morning for a jungle safari in the national park with a wildlife-certified naturalist. Return to the resort for breakfast after the safari. Free time for rest and personal pursuits.
After lunch, go on a nighttime forest safari in Kanha Tiger Reserve to look for tigers, barasinghas, leopards, wild dogs, hyenas, and other small animals. Returning to the resort in the evening. Dinner and an overnight stay at the property.

Kanha National Park- Leave in the afternoon for Jabalpur (170 km/ 4 hours driving).

Early in the morning, board an open vehicle for a jungle safari to learn about the flora and animals of Kanha Tiger Reserve, then return to the lodge. Breakfast at the resort, then prepare to check out and travel back to Jabalpur.
Transfer to the airport/railway station or any recommended hotel upon arrival.

History of Kanha

Kanha National Park opened on June 1, 1955, and the Kanha Tiger Reserve opened in 1973. There are several Royal Bengal tigers, Indian leopards, sloth bears, barasinghas, and Indian wild dogs in the park.
Kanha National Park is India's biggest national park. It also has the greatest tiger density of any of the country's national parks. It is, indeed, one of the national parks where you may see the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger.

Have you seen enough of the woods?

Enjoy the natural beauty of Raneh Falls and Bamni Dadar. Near Kanha National Park, there is enough to see and do.
Kanha, Madhya Pradesh is brimming with attractions that will captivate visitors of all ages. Kanha also has a lot of resorts. Though the Kanha National Park captivates people, there are many other things to see, experience, and enjoy here.

Why will you love Kanha?       

Kanha National Park is well-known for its animal safaris, which draw visitors from around the world. Leopards, wild dogs, wild cats, foxes, sloth bears, hyenas, langurs, wild boars, and jackals are among the park's other notable inhabitants. The Royal Bengal tiger, Indian leopards, sloth bear, barasingha, and Indian wild dog all have large populations in the park. The jungles featured in Rudyard Kipling's renowned work The Jungle Book are based on forests found in this reserve. You can drive around indefinitely since the park appears to continue forever. The woods appeared to go on forever. Kanha is a hilly park in the shape of a horseshoe. In the setting sun, we could just make out the contour of the far hills. The park covers 2000 square kilometers and is home to sal trees, more wild woodland areas, and magnificent meadows (excellent for sighting). Many tiny Gond villages were also visible in Kanha's buffer zone. Their homes are all painted the same bright blue color. Their cattle are tiny and have short horns. They are livestock owners and farmers who live a basic rural existence. By the way, the term "Gondwanaland," which refers to an old continental structure that existed until 130 million years ago, is derived from the Sanskrit words "gond" + "via," which means "Forests of the Gonds." Kanha's rocks, woods, and people all look old, reminding you of a period when the world was different. Even though Kanha's animal population is nowhere like what it once was (the massive herds that previously roamed these meadows have vanished), the Gonds' Forests appear to have survived the damage seen elsewhere in India. One of Kanha's most appealing characteristics is that the animals are still quite wary of people. It's a far cry from, say, Africa, where the animals laze around unconcerned about the hundreds of tourist jeeps.

If you believe Kanha was only a sensory experience, you're mistaken. Adventurers will find all they need in an adrenaline-pumping tour across the National Park's sceneries. The journey will you love Kanha. keep you wanting more, from endurance-testing nature treks to soul-soothing picnic places. Kanha may be both instructive and amusing because of its rich natural and cultural heritage. A visit to the national museum will fill you in on all you need to know about the park's history, and visiting neighboring settlements will bring you closer to the way of life of the reserve's neighbors. National parks have their distinct appeal. The experience of visiting a national park cannot be compared to anything else that a tourist could encounter. National parks have their distinct appeal. The experience of visiting a national park cannot be compared to anything else that a tourist could encounter. National parks have their distinct appeal. Kanha's rocks, woods, and people all look old, reminding you of a period when the world was different. Even though Kanha's animal population is nowhere like what it once was (the massive herds that previously roamed these meadows have vanished), the Gonds' Forests appear to have survived the damage seen elsewhere in India. One of Kanha's most appealing characteristics is that the animals are still quite wary of people. It's a far cry from, say, Africa, where the animals laze around unconcerned about the hundreds of tourist jeeps. Kanha National Park is known for having over 500 tigers, which is why it is considered one of India's top tiger reserves.
Over 300 distinct bird species may be found in this national park. Dedicated bird watchers and photographers will undoubtedly enjoy themselves here. Cuckoos, rollers, bee-eaters, woodpeckers, rock pigeons, warblers, partridges, green pigeons, hoopoes, spurfowl, and other species will be seen. Kanha National Park is worth visiting for its wildlife watching and delicious North Indian cuisine. You won't be disappointed since the staff will treat you like royalty. Visit this section of the park, which is home to some of India's most spectacular wildlife.

Historical Monuments in Kanha                                                 

Apart from the gorgeous royal Bengal tigers, Kanha is home to the critically endangered barasingha. The species was eventually brought back thanks to a successful conservation campaign in Madhya Pradesh's Kanha National Park. As a result, the park is well-known across the world for preserving the barasingha from extinction. It's worth noting that 'Bhoorsingh the Barasingha' is Kanha National Park's official mascot. You'll also be able to see bison wandering freely in Kanha's natural environs. Kanha National Park in India's Madhya Pradesh state is home to over 350 species of birds and 1000+ kinds of plants. Visitors can also see places from National Geographic's award-winning documentary film, 'Land of the Tigers' which was shot here. Visitors can visit the Kanha Museum, elephant bathing, trekking, and wildlife viewing from Machaan. You can even learn to produce tribal silver jewelry, which is said to be unique.

What are the top fascinations to visit in Kanha?                

The Kanha Museum is an excellent place to learn about the park's topography and wildlife. The museum is run by the Forest Department and is a major tourist attraction in Kanha National Park. It is spread out across a broad area and showcases the flora and fauna of the park. The remains of numerous carnivore, reptile, and herbivore species are on display, as well as the reserve's history. The museum offers a variety of attractions for wildlife enthusiasts, ranging from exhilarating experiences to informative information and notes. This history center also has a few charts, specimens, pictures, and models that provide a deep insight into the food chain and the species living in the forest, to provide travelers with a better understanding of wildlife habitat. The nighttime sound shows, which are a must-see, are the museum's main draw.

Kanha National Park is 11 kilometers away.
The Royal Bengal tiger, Indian leopards, sloth bear, barasingha, and Indian wild dog all have large populations in the park. The woodland in the well-known classic by

  • Because park tickets are limited, park ticket bookings should be made 120 days in advance for individuals traveling on a Kanha trip.
  • Safaris require the use of identification cards. The ID must match the one used to make your safari
  • To make your trip more profitable, bring binoculars, a camera, and a bird guide to identify birds.
  • Put on some comfy walking shoes. To avoid scorpions and other animals, inspect your shoes before wearing them.
  • Bring adequate woolens in the winter and good sunscreen in the summer.
  • Bring hats, caps, and personal medications (if any)
  • Avoid perfumes and deodorants and dress in subdued forest colors like earthy greens or beiges.
  • Jeep Safari's afternoon shift is still near.

Where to stay in Kanha

Kanha Earth Lodge has been recognized several times for its eco-friendly construction. The lodge was inspired by Gond tribal architecture and was built using local stone and waste wood. It is only 30 minutes from the Kisli park gate, putting visitors close to the park yet far enough away from crowds.

How to get it?

By Air

AirIndia, SpiceJet, and Indigo operate daily flights to and from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Pune, Belgaum, and Bhopal (175 km (109 mi) / 04:30hrs). Other airports are located in Nagpur (Mukki 240 km (150 mi)) and Raipur (Mukki 185 km (115 mi).

By Highway

The park is entered by three gates. The Kanha/Kisli gate is best reached from Jabalpur and terminates at the hamlet of Khatia, which is located within the buffer zone. The second gate is located in Mukki, and the third, and most recently opened, the gate is located in Sari.

By Train

Jabalpur is a large railway station with train connections across India. The best method to get from Jabalpur is via Mandla, which offers a tourist cab service to the park, and one may reach up to Chiraidongri, the recently installed Broad Gauge station, via Jabalpur, Nainpur railway route to access the national park through Kanha gate. One of the shortest road routes in a planned journey is Jabalpur-Bargi Dam-Ganhsor-Thanwar Dam-Chiraidongri-Kanha National Park. When arrival authorization is required from the National Park management in Mandla, the other route Jabalpur to Mandla (by NH-30)-Chiraidongri-Kanha is preferred. This National Park may also be reached via Mukki Gate via the Raipur-Gandhi-Malanjkhand-Bihar highway route. Hotels and resorts around Mukki Gate are owned by M.P. Tourism and private individuals. Similar

Rental cars services in Kanha

In India, Kanha National Park is a prominent wildlife attraction. Tourists from all over the globe come to Bandhavgarh to see the natural habitat of India's wild tigers and to appreciate wildlife photography. There are several methods to get to Bandhavgarh, including flights, trains, and automobiles. The nearest airports are Jabalpur (165 kilometers from Khatia gate) and Nagpur (290kms). Nearby railway stations are likewise the same: Jabalpur (165 kilometers) and Nagpur (165 kilometers) (290kms). You can take taxi taxis to go from Jabalpur airport to Kanha tiger reserve, Nagpur airport to Kanha national park, or Jabalpur railway stations to Kanha resorts for additional journeys. Similarly, if you are already visiting tourist destinations near Kanha, such as Bandhavgarh National Park and Pench,

We have a vehicle rental facility in Kanha where you may hire a cab at any time by submitting payment and identification information. Our vehicle fleet comprises all types of commercially registered cars that are regularly used in India, such as the Indica (small car), Indigo (medium car), Tavera (big car), Xylo (large car), Innova (large luxury car), and Tempo Traveller (compact van), whose photos are shown below:

  • Cab Types

Seats & bags

  • Indica, Swift Hatchback

4 Seats 2 Bags AC

  • Dzire, Honda City Sedan

4 Seats 3 Bags AC

  • Xylo, Ertiga SUV

6 Seats 4 Bags AC

All our drivers have at least ten years of experience providing tourist taxi services across Central India. All cars are commercially registered and have completed all legal processes.
All vehicles are air-conditioned, clean, and equipped with seat belts, matting, and seat coverings.

Important instructions when you rent your car.

Make a reservation.

It's worth booking a rental car as soon as your flights are confirmed. The better the offer, the earlier you book. When there are many rental vehicles available on a specific day, the price will surely be cheaper since demand will be lower.

Keep an eye out for extra automobile rental fees.

One of the most common issues travelers face with rental vehicle companies in Australia is excess insurance. If you wish to keep your excess below $1000, you'll have to pay an additional $40 each day on top of the rental charge. What appeared to be a good deal at first becomes a poor one fast. Getting independent rental vehicle excess coverage insurance is the easiest method to avoid this. This might save you up to half the price of insurance at the rental counter. You may be required to pay the automobile rental company for any damages and administrative fees if you are involved in an accident. You can, however, seek reimbursement from your selected insurer. It may be less convenient than renting at the counter, but it might save you thousands of dollars.

Avoid the upsell at the rental desk

When you pick up your automobile, the rental agency will almost certainly try to sell you some kind of "complete coverage" that you can't live without. Collision damage waiver (CDW) insurance is a typical add-on by rental vehicle providers these days. However, many CDW policies only cover damage caused by a collision with another vehicle, not damage caused by a single-vehicle. Damage to the wheels, mirrors, windows, bodywork, and substructure can also be excluded. Whatever type of insurance the automobile rental business offers you - Excess Reduction, Excess Waiver, Super Collision Damage Waiver, or Super Loss Damage Waiver – you won't need it if you've planned and purchased a rental car insurance. It's likely that if you already have rental vehicle insurance from a website like RentalCover.com, they're attempting to offer you something you already have. Because you acquired two insurance, rental vehicle providers are under no obligation to repay you, so reject the sales pitch.

Pack your GPS

Many rental vehicle businesses charge a daily fee to hire a GPS. Even if you only travel within Australia, you may spend more than $100 every week. If you don't already have a GPS, you can easily convert your phone into one. They come with pre-loaded maps, route planning, and voice navigation.

Check the fuel policy

A frequent con is to offer you a full tank if you pay in advance. You're then urged to return the car empty since you won't be reimbursed for any petrol you don't use. This is a massive waste of money if you're not traveling far or hiring a car for an extended period. You'll almost certainly spend far more than you would at a petrol station. Full-to-empty fuel policies are widespread in Europe and should be avoided at all costs.


The barasingha (swamp deer), popularly known as the gem of Kanha National Park, is found nowhere else in India. The Royal Bengal tiger, leopards, sloth bears, sambhars, chitals, gaur, and the Indian wild dog may all be seen here thanks to the sal and bamboo forests. While the chances of seeing a tiger are higher in Bandhavgarh than in Kanha, the full safari experience is significantly more gratifying here. The national park has numerous entrances, the most popular of which is Khatiya. From the Khatiya gate, a seven-kilometer nature route continues into the forest; tigers occasionally visit this region. Many other creatures may be seen here, including the jackal, fox, porcupine, jungle cat, python, hare, and monkey.


The barasingha (swamp deer) is the highlight of Kanha National Park. The chances of seeing a tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park are higher. Other animals to see include the jackal, fox, porcupine, jungle cat, python, hare, and monkey. Although the park does not provide foreign exchange, there is an ATM a few kilometers from the Khatiya entrance that takes international cards. Local guides are frequently available at hotels to take guests on forest hikes. Shergarh Tented Camp, 999 Wildlife Resort, Kanha Resort, and Kanha Village Eco Resort are some of the top alternatives. While lodging in communities outside the buffer zone is less expensive, you will end up spending more due to transportation and other costs (which are lowered for hotels inside the buffer zone).


Food and snacks in the park are affordable and are not exorbitantly priced. Most resorts have in-house restaurants that provide tourists with healthy and scrumptious meals. There are several dhabas on the way to Kanha that serve hygienic food, so carrying snacks along is not necessary. Though most of these restaurants have a fixed menu, some customized requests are considered too.

Sterling Kanha Restaurant

4.5(2) · Restaurant
Kanha Tiger Reserve, Sterling Kanha, Village Mocha
Closed ? Opens 8 AM
"One of the best resorts of Kanha."

Kesar veg Restaurant & Cafe

4.9(54) · Modern Indian restaurant
Mocha Bus stand, Kanha Road, Village Mocha
Closed ? Opens 8 AM
"Nice food, good service, and best ..."

Maratha Restaurant

4.2(48) · Restaurant
Mocha, Madhya Pradesh, India
"Best place in Kanha for food"

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