Discover the natural wonders of Kanha National Park, which boasts the ideal habitat for both tigers and their prey species. Prime tiger wilderness, Kanha National Park was one of the first areas to be protected under Project Tiger, aimed at preserving this magnificent animal, and remains a renowned conservation area. This picturesque reserve is one of India’s largest national parks and is renowned not only for its high number of tigers but as the last remaining habitat of the hard ground barasingha, or swamp deer. Lush sal and bamboo forests are interspersed with vast grassy meadows known as maidans, while the Banjaar River, which forms the park’s southwestern border, provides a steady water source for the abundant wildlife.
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