How to Reach Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is the largest National Park in Central India and Kanha home to significant population of Bengal Tigers. The park is well connected by road from Jabalpur via Mandla to village Khatia.

Get There


The Nearest Railway Stations and Airport for Kanha National Park is Jabalpur, located 165 km from main Khatia Entrance Gate.

Kanha National Park is well connect by road to Jabalpur, Raipur and Nagpur.
There are regular bus services from Jabalpur to Kanha National Park, early morning.

Jabalpur to Kanha – 165 km
Nagpur to Kanha – 270 km
Pench to Kanha – 200 km
Bandhavgarh to Kanha – 206 km

Best Time

Best time and season to Visit Kanha National Park is from October to February.
The summer season April to June is known for best tiger safari.

The park is remains closed from July 01 to October 15 due to monsoon season.


Safari Timing

From Early Morning 6:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Afternoon 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Jeep Safari remains closed for the tourists on Wednesday



Buffer Zones – Khapa, Khatia, Phen, Sijora
Core Zones – Kanha, Kisli, Mukki, Sarhi

Approx. rate per safari is 4200 to 4500 INR, Book Safar Online – MPonline.

Kanha National Park – Click for Photography


Kanha National Park divided is into two sanctuaries Hallon and Banjar and ranked in the top 10 famous places for tourist in India. The park has a significant population of Indian wild dog, barasingha deer,Indian bison and spotted deer.

Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park is second most popular national parks in Madhya Pradesh,located in the Umaria district. This park is known for large number of Tiger population in India and also famous for breeding population of Leopards.

Get There

Bandhavgarh National Park is well connected by train from Umaria and Satna. Umaria is 35 km from Bandhavgarh, regular bus service between Umaria and Bandhavgarh are there.

Buffer Zones – Dhamokhar, Johila, Panpatha
Core Zones – Khitauli, Magadhi, Tala

Best time to visit Bandhavgarh is from November to April month.

Pench National Park


Pench National Park is located at the border of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. The park has very rich birdlife and amazing wildlife, including big cat species, sloth bear, Indian wolf dog and striped hyena.

Buffer Zones – Rukhad, Teliya
Core Zones – Jhamtara, Karmajhiri, Touria



Jabalpur is an important city for Tourism in Madhya Pradesh and known as gateway for wildlife tours in Central India. Some of the important tourist attractions in Jabalpur are Marble Rocks in Bhedaghat,Dhuandhar Falls, Chausath Yogini Temple and Madan Mahal fort.

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