One day stay and two rides made my journey successful to spot the majestic royal Bengal Tigers in one of the famous Kanha National Park of Madhya Pradesh.
Adult male tiger coming from the bamboo forest of Kanha in the early morning hours. There were total three tigers but only spotted two luckily.
Kanha Tiger Reserve is situated in both the districts of Mandla and Balaghat, Home to mascot, Bhoorsingh the Barasingha known as Swamp Deer.
Together with surrounding area and two sanctuaries, It is the largest National Park in Central India and one of the top 10 famous places for tourism in Madhya Pradesh.
Wild boar is the favorite prey of Royal Bengal Tiger, are common animal of Kanha and adapted to hard grounds of the region.
A well grown adult male spotted deer also known as Chital with antlers, The spotted deer are active throughout the day and travel the most in summer of all seasons.
Barasingha is a Vulnerable deer distributed in the Indian subcontinent, ranged along the Himalayas to Upper Assam and found in only 6 localities in Uttar Pradesh.
Kanha National Park is the only place in the world for Barasingha also known as swamp deer, Kanha has around 400 Barasingha and still counting.
A domestic elephant with Mahavat, joy ride is stated in Kanha but limited to an specific area.
Kanha-Kisli National Park is home to over 1000 species of plants, tree, flowering plants and meadows. The commonly seen animals in the park are sambar, spotted deer, wild boars, barasingha and Langurs.