Wildlife in India

The Central India is home to some of the amazing wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, and serves as the perfect place for you to encounter numerous endemic and rare species of wildlife in their natural habitats. Central India is known for its unique and diverse geographical features, including the topography, soil, climate and vegetation. Numerous hill ranges like the Vindhya, Satpura, Aravali, Maikal and Ajanta are located in the central part of India and support a unique and varied flora and fauna.

Thousands of tourists from around the country flock the Wildlife Destinations of Central India every year to feel the rush and thrill of wildlife safaris. A tour to the wildlife destinations here is an experience to cherish, whereby you can enjoy every jungle activity from jeep safaris to nature walks.

Bori Wildlife Sanctuary – The Bori Wildlife Sanctuary located in the Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh in central India, includes India’s oldest forest reserve. The sanctuary is located at the foothills of the Satpura Range in Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh, and was established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1865. Set in a gripping natural environment of Satpura National Park on the north and east fringes and the majestic Tawa River on the west, the Bori Sanctuary is covered in rich flora and fauna.

Kanha National Park – Created in the year 1955 with the motive to save the natural habitat of wildlife animals, Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh forms the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve, created in 1974 under Project Tiger. One of the landmark achievements of the park is its preservation of the rare hardground Swamp Deer (Barasingha), saving it from near extinction. Being the largest National Park in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park houses big wild cats, leopards, barasingha, along with a huge variety of avifauna.

Pench National Park – A well know tourist attraction, Pench National Park is situated in the Seoni and Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh. The region of Pench boasts of a breathtaking landscape with small hills, mixed with forest and impressive Satpura Ranges. The forest of Pench includes teak, lendi, haldu, salai and many other types of trees. The stunted plants and bushes are also a part of the vegetation of Pench. This is the 19th project tiger reserve in India and was affirmed in 1992. The name of Pench National Park was changed to "Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park" in November 2002. Similarly the name of Pench Sanctuary has been changed to "Mowgli Pench Sanctuary".


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