Guests can spurge on the following activities when at Kanha National Park –
- Jeep Safari
- Nature walk in buffer zone
- Night safari
- Visit Sunset Point
- Picnic at Gidli Gubra waterfall
- Visit the local market for local craft
- Explore the Wildlife Richness in Kanha Museum
- Witness the Beauty of the Kawardha Palace
- Visit Narmada ghat in Mandla
- Visit Ramnagar Fort
- The Medicinal Plant Garden
- Phen Sanctuary
While availing a jungle safari in the Kanha zone, don’t miss the Kanha museum. The museum holds fantastic treasures of natural history. It gives one a view point of this magnificent tiger reserve, its contours, topography and wildlife diversity as well as crucial information on conservation.
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Tourists interested for an elephant “Joy Ride” can connect with the respective forest department officials & subject to availability of elephants, avail the same.
Besides the tiger, there are a plethora of other tourist attractions in Kanha National Park.
The park authorities are immensely proud of the presence as well as successful conservation of the Hard Ground Swamp Deer or Barasingha, endemic to Kanha.
Merely a few decades back, the Barasingha population in park was precariously low and the species was close to extinction. But now, thanks to scientific conservation efforts, their numbers have now actually risen and many of them have been relocated successfully to the eastern Halon Valley of the park, which used to be their original habitat.
Barasinghas are now quiet commonly seen, especially in the Kanha zone which has many water bodies.
Likewise, keep a keen eye out for dholes or wild dogs. Slim, red and bushy-tailed, these are amongst the most feared savages in the jungle. Dholes chasing herds of spotted deer are a feast for the eyes in Kanha National Park.
A stay of 3-4 days is advisable to experience Kanha well.