Natural Heritage of Central India
Kanha national park: A world famous tiger reserve situated in Central India, Kanha is famous for spotting the big cat – Tiger and for one of the most rare deer species Hard ground Barasingha (Swamp deer). With predominantly Sal and Bamboo forests, Kanha has 22 known species of mammals, 259 species of birds, 117 species of butterflies and host of other flora and fauna.
Bandhavgarh national park: Famous for Tigers, Bandhavgarh fort and Shesh Saiya or reclining figurine of lord Vishnu it is one of the most visited tiger reserves. Once hunting grounds of the royal state of Reva it was given full protection by law and made a national park on behest of late Maharaja Martand Singh ji of Rewa royalty.
Pench national park: Situated between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra states in Central India, Pench is one of the best places to spot tigers and for bird watching. Just 100 Km from Nagpur it is conveniently located and easily reached. With mostly dry deciduous forest of Teak it is worth a visit.
Satpura national park: If any place can boast of the best bio-diversity in Central India it is none other than Satpura tiger reserve. Situated near the hill station of Central India – Pachmarhi, it is a well-known biodiversity reserve. A heaven for wildlife lovers and nature photographers alike, Satpura is a place you will never like to miss.
Ranthambhore national park: Famous for its fort and tigers, Ranthambhore is situated in the state of Rajasthan. With mostly dry deciduous forests it is well known for spotting tigers and has been visited by many from the list of well-known personalities of the world.
Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary: Situated in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan Keoladeo is a well-known bird sanctuary in northern India. Famous for Siberian cranes which once visited, it is certainly the best place to spot birds and photograph them.