Madhya Pradesh has an astonishing flora and fauna that is worth visiting for every wildlife lover. Madhya Pradesh has 9 national parks and 25 wildlife sanctuaries. This includes 10 percent of the world’s tiger population in the state itself.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Nestled amidst the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh, this national park boasts some of the most fascinating wildlife along with lush greenery dotted with Sal trees. This national park is a major tourist attraction where people come to see tigers. It includes 25 resident tigers and different species of birds.
Kanha National Park
Famous for endangered wildlife species, this national park is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. Rudyard Kipling’s popular ‘Jungle Book’ was inspired by Kanha National Park. It has large green meadows, ravines and small settlements. You can spot black buck, tiger, bison, leopard, hyena and more.
Panna National Park
Located in Chhatarpur and Panna district of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park is famous for its population of tigers. It is a famous tiger reserve in India which has a unique charm for all the nature lovers.
Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary
Spread over an area of 288 sq km, this wildlife sanctuary is home to many tigers. It boasts of stunning views surrounded by hills and valleys. It also has other attractions like Chowkigarh Fort, Bhandaria Temple and Jamgarh Caves.
Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary
Home to the endangered Asiatic lions, it is one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh. Spread over a vast area of land, it is actually a hidden gem nestled in the Vindhya hills.