Madhya Pradesh, the home to exotic flora and fauna, is a huge state in central India. All the leading national parks of Madhya Pradesh are diverse, beautiful and also important from the point of ecosystem. There are various Tiger Reserves here in Madhya Pradesh and the most popular one is The Kanha National Park. If you want to experience nature’s beauty in the true sense, pay a visit to Pench National Park. Pench National Park, the popular national park, inspired the Jungle Book. National Parks in Madhya Pradesh are the best in entire India and conserve vegetation and wildlife. More than 19% of the entire country’s tiger is conserved in wildlife sanctuaries of Madhya Pradesh. The glorious state of Madhya Pradesh is now addressed as the ‘Heart of India’. It attained name and fame during the Mughal rule for its scenic beauty which is mostly due to Narmada River that flows in the Satpura and Vidhya ranges.
Kanha National Park: the largest and the best National Park
“Jungle Book’ by Rudyard Kipling is totally inspired by Kanha & Pench National Park, the largest national parks in the entire state. Kanha National Park features lush greenery, beautiful ravines and tiny hamlets. The site is popular among the wildlife enthusiasts. This national park is an epitome of successful wildlife conservation of Barasingha or Hard Ground Swamp Deer that speaks about the immense dedication of local population and forest department. Catch the glimpse of sprawling tigers, blackbuck, chital, bison, woodpeckers, Spur Fowl, Jungle Cats, Hyenas and others. To optimize your experience, check out MP Tourism operated Baghira Jungle Resort, Kanha Safari Lodge and Gawa Kanha Resort.
Bandhavgarh National Park: the national park of mythological importance
The Bandhavgarh National Park is a beautiful forest known for abundance in vegetation and wildlife. The Bandhavgarh Fort is of tremendous importance and is thought to have been gifted by Lord Rama to his brother Laxmana. Dating back to some 2000 years ago, ‘Bandhav’ means ‘brother’ and ‘Garh’ means ‘Fort’. It has the highest number of Royal Bengal Tigers. The very sight of a wild and majestic tiger will fill you with awe.
While at Bandhavgarh, stay at MP Tourism operated White Tiger Forest Lodge
The Pench National Park derives its name from Pench River flowing through the forest won the ‘Best Management Award’ in the year 2011. In the Ain-i-Akbari, there is the description of this park and so it is being immortalized. You can find Sambhar and Chital in plenty here. More than 1000 species of plants can be located here.
While at Pench, stay at MP Tourism operated Kipling Court in Madhya Pradesh
Situated in the Panna district, visit Panna National Park during January and May to experience the best. The entire forest is lush green during the monsoons. There are popular mines here that shine with diamonds. Popular for waterfalls and some of the largest predators, Panna National Park can thrill you, excite you and even calm you totally. Spot majestic tigers and ‘Ghariyal’ here.
Satpura National Park
Deriving its name from Satpura Range, the national park in Madhya Pradesh covers 524 square kilometres. Satpura Tiger Reserve is popular for boat safari, elephant ride, Jungle Safari and night safaris. It is known for complete tranquility, absolute wilderness and the air of mysticism. Be careful not to wear too flashy clothes in Satpura National Park.
Tourists from all across the globe can visit Madhya Pradesh to experience its sheer natural charm, attractive locales and check out National Parks in Madhya Pradesh by booking a travel package from i4u Travel Services. You can get attractive discounts on every trip. Best offers can now be availed from i4u Travel Services. Enjoy the panoramic beauty of Madhya Pradesh National Parks by touring the state this time in the monsoons.