Experience the Wildlife Richness and Natural Beauty throughTwo National Parks

Do you love to explore the world? Do you have a curiosity to experience the natural beauty, sites and landscapes? Hangon; why not plan out a trip then? There are plenty of spots out there that can acquaint you with the mesmeric sites, picturesque landscapes and outstanding environs.

Have you ever been to a place named Kanha national park?  If not then just grab Kanha national park tour package and leave for this exciting, rejuvenating and thrilling experience. Before you go there, have a glimpse of this Destination below:

KanhaNational Park

This Kanha National Park was originally a portion of Gondwanas or “land of the Gonds”. This forest of Kanha Tiger Reserve was reserved by two native tribes of Central India, the Baigas and the Gonds.  The neighbourhood of the reserve is still engaged with the villagers of these tribes. The place covers the area of around 250 sq km and 300 sq km. the Kanha Reserve together makes a huger area of 1,949 sq km.

You will be interested to know that Kanha National Park is the largest national park in Madhya Pradesh. It is situated 160 kilometres from Jabalpur and was stated as a national park in the year 1955. It is home to nearly 300 species of resident and the migratory birds. The eagle, common peafowl, red jungle fowl,  bee-eater, racquet-tailed drongo, Indian roller, Indian grey hornbill and Malabar pied hornbill are  a few of  rare species that can be dotted here.

It might interest you too that this national park is the only place in India for the barasingha, deer), also called jewel of Kanha National Park.  The bamboo and sal forests make spotting Royal Bengal tiger, sloth bears, leopards, sambhars, and gaur, chital and Indian wild dog easier at this place. While the probability of spotting a tiger at this Bandhavgarh National Park is much higher than at Kanha. The safari experience at this place is far more satisfying. You can witness various gates at this place.

A seven kilometre nature trail heads to the forest from the Khatiya gate. Tigers venture is quite normal in this area.  There are various other animals you can spot here such as the jackal, porcupine, fox, jungle cat, hare, python, monkey and mongoose.  This is the same forest that inspired a well-known British author named Rudyard Kipling to write Jungle Book. So, the point is that you are going to find so much of pleasure and leisure in this place. The sites, landscapes and environs; everything is going to be mesmeric at this place. While you are going there, make sure that you have carried your camera along. You can capture some amazing pictures during your trip.

Bandhavgarh National Park

If you have been to Kanha national park, why not go to another popular park called Bandhavgarhnational park? This place is also amazingly popular among the backpackers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Talking about Bandhavgarh, it came into existence in terms of national park in the year 1968 with an essential area of 105 sq. kilometres.  It was later extended to encompass adjoining the sal forests in the year 1986.  Before it became a national park, the place was the game reserve of Maharajas of Rewa. But because of loss of regal patronage, it stayed neglected for a long time till the government declared it as a national park for controlling rampant poaching in area. The park is also believed to be the crown in the wildlife heritage of Madhya Pradesh.

Having the highest thickness of tigers, Bandhavgarh is one of the most significant wildlife sanctuaries in India for wildlife preservers and buffs. This park is also home of white tiger. There are a few of other rare species too moving around in Bandhavgarh National Park such as gaur, sambar, sloth bear, chital, nilgai, muntjac, Chinkara and wild pigs.  There are also strange cave shrines dispersed around this park along with Brahmi inscriptions dating from first century B.C. just use the bandhavgarh national park tour package and you can explore everything that this place has to offer.

Don’t miss the Bandhavgarh Fort

While you are at this place, don’t miss out the fort. This fort was constructed by Maharajas of Rewa. Bandhavgarh Fort is situated inside the Bandhavgarh National Park. The fort is located at a height of nearly 800 m and caters mesmeric view of wildlife preserve along with the surrounding countryside. There is a tiny stream known as Charganga that flows besides this fort.  In this fort you can also witness a number of temples and statues. Amidst these, the most popular of all is a beautiful rock-cut statue of Lord Vishnu. These statues and shrines are absolutely stylish.

While you are there, you can also visit The Baghel Museum.  This museum in Bandhavgarh is the warehouse wherein all the private belongings of Maharaja of Rewa are being preserved for display.  The tourists visit at this place and walk through the regal and jungle life of Bandhavgarh. Apart from this, the museum also showcases the stuffed body of first white tiger being dotted by Maharaja of Rewa. Similarly the museum also brags about the ancient hunting Equipments by the Maharajas along with a few of military Equipments. So, you need not to go far to reach this museum because this museum is situated 100 meters away from  park and it is being popular for preserving the belongings of Shikargarh, or simply a game preserve that the Backpackers Definitely wish to discover at Bandhavgarh.

Similarly, you can also explore MahamanPond that is located near Bandhavgarh Fort that is being covered by bamboo bunches. At this place huge varieties of herding of wild creatures can be witnessed.  The place is known as the “Place of Quench the Thirst” wherein the variety of herbivores and the carnivores inhabiting national park can be observed.

While you are there, don’t forget to visit climber’s point. This is one of the most outstanding spot in Bandhavgarh National Park. It symbolizes natural beauty. The sight fetches a mid-air view of Whole Park and the splendid forest at this place is packed with Sal and Bamboo trees.

So, just plan out your next trip to any of these two parks. Both Kanha national park and bandhavgarh national park are absolutely worth visiting. Once you are there, you can experience a rich wildlife realm and charismatic ambience.