Madhya Pradesh boasts a stunning flora and fauna that is worth exploring for every wildlife lover. Madhya Pradesh has 9 national parks and 25 wildlife sanctuaries. It comprises 10 per cent of the world’s Tiger’s population in the state itself.
Bandhavgarh national park
Nestled amid the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh, this national park boasts some of the most exotic wildlife with lush greenery that comprises of Sal trees. This national park is a major tourist attraction that people visit to spot the Tigers. It consists of 25 resident tigers and various species of birds.
Kanha national park
Famous for endangered wildlife species, this national park is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries of India. The popular ‘Jungle Book’ by Rudyard Kipling was inspired by the Kanha National Park. It consists of large green meadows, ravines and small hamlets. You can spot black buck, tigers, bison, leopard, hyenas and more.
Panna national park
Located in the Chahatarpur and Panna district of Madhya Pradesh, the Panna national park is famous for its Tiger population. It is a famous Tiger reserve of India that has a unique charm to it for all nature lovers.
Singhori wildlife sanctuary
Spread across an area of 288 sq km, this wildlife sanctuary is home to several Tigers. It boasts stunning scenery surrounded by the hills and valleys. It also features other attractions like Choukigarh Fort, Bhandariya Temple and the Caves of Jamgarh.
Kuno wildlife sanctuary
Home to endangered Asiatic Lions, it is one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries of Madya Pradesh. Spread over a huge area of land, it is truly a hidden gem nestled in the Vindhyan Hills.