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KANHA NATIONAL PARK

KANHA NATIONAL PARK

OFTEN DESCRIBED as India’s finest game sanctuary and a model for wildlife conservation, Kanhas magnificent landscape combines grassy meadows and flat-topped hills with meandering streams and lush deciduous forests. The setting for Ruclyard Kipling’s famous Jungle Book, Kanha is today an important Project Tiger¬† Reserve. Along with Bandhavgarh it is one of the best places to spot these elusive creatures. The rich variety of wildlife found within this 1,954-sq km (754-sq mile) park, once the exclusive hunting ground of the British viceroys, includes deer, leopard, hyena, sloth bear, pythons and nearly 300 species of birds.

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