Close up of an impressive Bengal tiger showing its fangs, Kanha National Park Also Read - What You Must Experience at Kanha National Park

Madhya Pradesh, the heart of Incredible India, is home to a number of attractions that make it one of the best states for tourism in the country. It also happens to be one of the finest states for wildlife lovers. It has some incredible national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that provide a sneak peek into the region’s raw natural beauty and diversity. One such National Park is the Kanha Tiger Reserve. Known to be Madhya Pradesh’s largest national park, Kanha is home to tigers, jackals, leopards, gaurs, chitals and several other species of animals. It is also home to over 300 species of birds. A wildlife safari at Kanha can be an extremely rewarding experience even if you do not spot the Royal Bengal tiger. Here are all the details on how to reach Kanha National Park by road, train and flight. Also Read - Tiger kills, eats tigress in MP



How to reach Kanha National Park by road

Kanha is located 165 km from the popular city of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. It is well-connected by road to all parts of the state. Here is the route from Jabalpur to Kanha National Park: Also Read - Top 10 Forests of India That Every Nature Lover Must Visit at Least Once

It takes close to 3.5 hours. Several tourist taxis are available for transport from Jabalpur to Kanha.



How to reach Kanha National Park by train

The nearest railhead from Kanha National Park is Gondia which is 145 km away. However, the more convenient option is to reach Jabalpur railway station, which is 165 km from Kanha, and then follow the road route mentioned above.

How to reach Kanha National Park by flight

Jabalpur has an airport and is connected to Delhi and Mumbai. International travellers need to fly to Mumbai or Delhi and then take a flight to Jabalpur. From Jabalpur, the road route mentioned above can be followed via cab or private vehicle.

So, for your next adventure, take a trip to Kanha National park in Madhya Pradesh.