Parks and Reserves in Madhya Pradesh

Parks and Reserves in Madhya Pradesh

Parks and Reserves in Madhya Pradesh


Preserved forests, while giving the feeling of a real forest, are usually man-made glasses. But today’s busy city life makes the forest sound like an elusive privilege for some few. Therefore, each state has developed parks and protected areas to maintain flora and fauna while ensuring that it brings life to humans and animals.

Famous and beautiful parks and pictures in Madhya Pradesh:

Below are the services provided by Madhya Pradesh.

Bandhavgarh National Park:

This small reserve has the highest density of tiger populations in India, including white tigers. Shahdol district located between the outer hills of the Vendiya Mountains, Sal in the valley, mixed deciduous forests on the hills and bamboo forests around.This tiger reserve also breeds and shelters

• 22 mammals and
• 250 bird species.

Visitors can travel by car or on elephants, but it is recommended to stay calm and quiet and not move fast to scare them.
The most convenient way to travel is to drive five and a half hours from Delhi to Khajuraho. The best time to visit is from February to June.

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Kanha National Park:

The picturesque and vast Kanha Tiger Reserve is famous for its tigers, as it is known for the rare hard ground Barasingha. It is the best and best managed national park in Asia. Guided tours offer the best sights around Kanha and you can see Blackbuck and Barasingha in action at any time of the day. Sunset Point is a must-see for every visitor to Kanha. In total, it shelters nearly 22 mammal species. It is connected to Jabalpur, Biraspur and Raipur; however, no vehicular traffic is allowed after dark. The best time to visit is from February to June, as the reserve is closed during the monsoons.

Carrera Wildlife Sanctuary:

Covering an area of ​​202 square kilometers, it is truly a bird watcher’s paradise as it is home to flocks of bird life, including the highly endangered Indian bustard, bearded bustard and coloured bustard. In addition to bustards, nearly 245 bird species have been recorded in this reserve. Migratory birds are closely related to Dihaila Jheel. In addition to birds, the reserve is also home to thousands of black deer and Indian gazelles. November to March is the ideal time for photographers to catch a glimpse of this magnificent bird fauna.

Kengalil Reserve:

Located between the Ken and Thunder rivers in the Chhattapur district, it is the land of distant relatives of the mighty crocodiles, which eat Gharials. This reserve is connected to Khajuraho and is therefore a popular destination frequented by animal lovers. It is a unique sanctuary in itself.

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Panna National Park:

It is about 57 kilometers from Khajuraho, the center of Madhya Pradesh, and stretches for 543 kilometers. It is one of the most popular tiger reserves in the country. Other attractions include native deer and antelope scattered around deep canyons, cascading waterfalls, tranquil valleys and lush teak forests. Biodiversity populations include:

• Tiger
• Leopard
• Chincaras
• Josingha
• Wolf
• Carnivores
• Paradise Flycatcher

Punch National Park:

The southern edge of Madhya Pradesh is nourished by the Pench, a calm river that flows through the heart of this national park. Filled with tropical deciduous forests and intricate natural streams, this national park is nothing short of paradise. Popular as the backdrop for Rudyard Kipling’s famous “The Jungle Book”, it is often referred to as Mowgli Pench National Park.

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There are many more wildlife reserves and parks to ensure that the ecological balance is maintained. These include:

• Sone Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary
• Ghatigaon Wildlife Sanctuary
• Baghdala Wildlife Sanctuary
• Madaf National Park

These are also major tourist attractions in the state and are often referred to as Tiger Land.