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Madhya Pradesh is virtually a heaven for the wildlife lovers as the state is rich with a huge variety of fauna. There is something magical in the woods of Madhya Pradesh that beckons people here again and again. It is here that one has few of the most spectacular sightings of endangered species in the many celebrated national parks that are scattered throughout the state. Safaris through these parks are moments of which unforgettable holiday experiences are made. Most important parks in Madhya Pradesh are Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park. The parks are there, not merely to entertain us but to preserve the precious biodiversity that keeps this world moving forward in a balance. So a visitor to these amazing lands should keep in mind the precautions that have to be taken before your trip through the wild. Always follow the rules of the park that ensures your safety as well as the safety of the animals. Some of the world renowned wild life sanctuaries which are abundant in splendid wildlife in Madhya Pradesh are

Kanha Wildlife

Kanha National Park is situated in the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh and has been considered as the best national park in Asia. It covers an area of around 2000 sq. km and is covered by Satpura Ranges. The entire park is covered with vast grasslands and Sal trees. The grasslands are the best place where you spot most of the wildlife. Kanha is famous for Tigers as this is one of the oldest parks to have been included in Tiger Project. A sight of the legendary Sher Khan of Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book will definitely leave you speechless but there is more to Kanha than tigers. The park is also home to the rare Barasingha. Other animals that make Kanha one of the best parks in India are Wild Boar, Gaur, Chital, Indian wolf and many more. The park is also a great nesting ground for many birds species. Around 300 species of birds, both resident and migratory have been spotted here.

Bandhavgarh Wildlife

Bandhavgarh was recognized as a national Park in the year 1968. Situated in the Umaria district, the park covers an area of 448 sq. km. The terrain of the park is quite rocky. The Bandhavgarh fort hill that stands in the center is around 811 m in height. The density of tiger in Bandhavgarh is known to be the highest in India. To spot one of them, you can take different safaris. Jeep safari and elephant safari are the most common, convenient, and capturing. Animals that you can spot here are Panther, spotted deer, Sambhar, Wild Boar. There is something for bird watchers also as different varieties of them have been spotted here. Inside the park, there are around 35 sandstone caves to the north that are also worth a visit. The Bandhavgarh National Park occupies an important place among the Madhya Pradesh tourist attractions and is the natural habitat of a diverse range of exquisite flora and fauna. The wildlife lovers are certainly going to love this place. Many wild creatures can be spotted here such as tiger, leopards, rhesus, gaur, chital, dholes, nilgais, wild boars and a range of magnificent birds.

Panna National Park

Panna National Park is situated in the Chhatarpur District and was established in the year 1981 and was made a part of Project tiger in the year 1994. The park covers an area of around 543 sq. km. The landscape of the park generally consists of vast plateaus, savannah grasslands and far spread teak forests. During a safari, you can spot animals like tiger, Panther, crocodiles, Bear, spotted Dear, hyena, jackal and many more endangered species. Elephant safari is the most exotic way of exploring this sedate yet striking National Park. More than one third of the area of Madhya Pradesh is under thick forest cover which offers a panorama of wildlife treasures. Home to exhilarating range of wildlife, the state attracts hordes of tourists and wildlife enthusiasts. Be a Part of a jungle safari and feel the excitement of being in the court of King of the Jungle.

Satpura National Park

Away from the bustle of the cities in the Satpura mountainous ranges, Satpura National Park resets in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. Set up in 1981, the park borrows its name from the Satpura hill ranges. An important wildlife sanctuary of India, the park shelters a rich biodiversity amidst its terrains. The panorama of the place, coupled with its herbaceous surroundings, makes it an ideal abode of many wildlife species of the country. The park has a jutted landscape, embedded with plain lands, and the altitude of the place ranges from 352 m to 1352 m.

When it comes to fauna, the Satpura National Park is a rare and exciting jungle treat. Its fauna comprises of animals like tiger, leopard, sambar, chital, bhedki, nilgai, four-horned antelope, rhesus monkey chinkara, bison, wild boar, wild dog, bear, black buck, fox, porcupine, flying squirrel, mouse deer and Indian joint squirrel, to name a few. There is also a huge collection of birds, about 254 species. Birds like Malabar pied hornbills, crested serpent eagles, crested hawk eagles, honey buzzards, paradise flycatchers, thrushes, peafowl and pheasants contribute to the varied avifauna of the park.

While planning your Madhya Pradesh vacation priority must be given for visits to these venues holding exclusive wildlife varieties. Tourists from world wide destinations are simply coming to this state with an intention to visit these national parks which are holding a great reputation.