Wildlife of Madhya Pradesh
The rich forest of Madhya Pradesh form about 25% of its land area. Within this forests, under the wildlife protection act of 1972, 25 sanctuaries and 9 National Parks were established., covering an area of 10,862 square km.Madhya Pradesh also accounts for almost 20% of India’s tiger population. By virtue of being a sanctuary of India’s national animal, it has been deemed a “Tiger State” However, the vast tracts of forested land are also a refuge for barking deer,leopards,cheetal or spotted deers, wild boars,blackbucks,nilgais and crocodiles.
We cater to the most popular of Madhya Pradesh’s numerous wild life havens. Visitors keen to go tiger –watching should particularly concentrate on Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Panna, Satpura & Pench National Parks.