Wildlife Sanctuaries Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is renowned for its erotic sculptures, pilgrimages, forts and palaces. But one more factor that adds a feather to the Madhya Pradesh cap is the bursary of lush thick forests, stupendous mountain ranges and rambling streams of flowing rivers. This large plateau has presence of wildlife attractions in abundance. Tourist from all over the world come to see the ‘his majesty’, the great Indian Tigers in the national parks and sanctuaries that are located all across the state. The forests of Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna, Pench, Satpura and many other National Parks and Sanctuaries are the home to the varieties of deer, tigers, blue bull, reptiles and aerial population. The co existence of numerous animals and the chance to sight them in their natural habitat is sure to gawk you. Some of these animals have been declared to be endangered and viewing these animals with one's own eyes is possible only in the well preserved sanctuaries of Madhya Pradesh. These reserved wild areas are definitely the best way to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the quiet solitude among the wild and the wilderness. The rich flora of the forest also entices the tourist to visit these national parks and sanctuaries and gallivant in among the woods and trodden paths of these forests.

Madhya Pradesh wildlife tours chiefly imply a short trip to the national forests in order to get the feel of seeing the animals in their natural habitat. These reserve forests, unlike the real forests, are to a far extent designed by man; yet it gives the tourists a flavour of being at a forest.

Further, it can be said that Madhya Pradesh wildlife tours are chiefly organised at places like:

Wild Life National Parks:

Bandhavgarh National Park
Kanha National Park
Madhav National Park
Sanjay National Park
Satpuda National Park
Van Vihar National Park, etc.

Kanha National Park
A land that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his classic novel 'Jungle Book', the forested areas of Kanha, with their wild thickets of sal and bamboo forests, rolling meadows and dramatic ravines, are home to the Kanha National Park. The Created in 1955, the national park is today the core area of the Kanha Tiger Reserve.

Pench National Park
Pench National Park falls under the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh. It derives its name from the Pench River that flows through its heart and divides it into two, equal western and eastern halves - Chhindwara and Seoni respectively.

Bandhavgarh National Park
A thick-forested land encompassed by bamboo and sal trees and wooded cliffs of the Vindhyas; Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most exotic wildlife destinations in India. An erstwhile game reserve of the royal family of Rewa, Bandhavgarh got recognition as a wildlife park in 1968.

Panna National Park
Sheltered in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park is at a distance of around 57 km from the nearby temple-town of Khajuraho. Panna city is especially famous for its diamond industry. Nevertheless, what adds to the popularity of the place is Panna Wildlife Sanctuary.

Satpura National Park
Tucked away in the Satpura mountainous ranges, Satpura National Park rests in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. Set up in 1981, the park borrows its name from the Satpura hill ranges (Mahadeo Hills). An important wildlife sanctuary of India, the park shelters a rich biodiversity amidst its terrains.

Wild Life Sanctuaries:

Karera Wildlife Sanctuary
Ralamanda Wildlife Sanctuary
Son Ghariya Wildlife Sanctuary
Ratapani Wildlife Sanctuary
Panchmari Wildlife Sanctuary
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary
Kheoni Wildlife Sanctuary, etc.

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