Image Alt


Kanha Jungle Safari Packages

Kanha National Park is also the abode of “Mowgli”, the land of Sher Khan and Baghera, the place that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write his famous book – The Jungle Book …….. a must visit for its fans as it was in this forest that the stories were forever immortalized!

We at JungleTrail, have designed Kanha Jungle Safari Packages, for those who love to relax in the wilderness of Indian wildlife sanctuaries. Our Kanha National Park Tour Packages gives a complete wildlife experience in one of the most beautiful setting, along with adventure safari activities.

We recommend 2 Nights 3 Days Kanha Safari Package to explore the entire forest to have the best wildlife experiences. In case you wish to customise the tour, we urge you to fill the form on the page with your requirements to enable us to provide you with the optimized itinerary from our experts.

There are 2 jungle safaris in a day, one starts early morning and the other in the afternoon. All our Kanha Jungle Safari Packages includes transfers from the nearest railway station or the airport, stay with all meals and jungle safaris as per the plan.

Let’s take you through what you can experience with our Kanha tour packages……..

Let’s Customise your Kanha Safari Booking !

About Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park or Kanha Tiger Reserve is one of the tiger reserve of India and the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh. Spread in a horse shoe shape, Kanha NP is located in Banjar & Halon valleys in Mandla & Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh. Kanha National Park covers area of 1949 sq. km. in total which comprises core zone (National Park) of 940 sq. km. and buffer zone (Multiple use area) of 1009 sq. km. At present, there are four safari core zones (Kanha, Kisli, Mukki and Sarahi) in which tourists can undertake their safari drives.

The Park has a significant population of royal bengal Tiger, Indian leopards, the sloth bear, barasingha, Indian wild dog, wild cats, foxes and jackals and many others. The park has been instrumental in rescuing the swamp deer known as barasingha from extinction.

Overall, Kanha National Park’s combination of wildlife diversity, natural beauty, and the sense of adventure it offers creates an atmosphere of excitement and awe for all who visit. It serves as a reminder of the importance of conservation efforts to protect these precious ecosystems for future generations to enjoy.

Your Itinerary
Day 1

Reach Nagpur and drive to Kanha. Check in and Post Lunch we go for the First Jungle Safari. Dinner and Overnight at the Resort

Day 2

Entire Day at Kanha. We have two Safari on this day. One in the Morning and other in the Afternoon. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 3

This is our last day and we don’t have safari on this day. Have a Lazy Morning and your Breakfast in the Resort. Check out by Noon.

Our Standard jungle safari tour packages are for 2 Nights with 3 Jungle Safaris or 3 Nights with 5 Jungle Safaris.  For 3 Nights / 4 Days Package with 5 Safaris we shall have one more day and would be similar to Day 2. We can also customize the package according to your requirements.

Your Kanha Jungle Safari
We have some of best Drivers and Guides to take care of your Kanha Jungle Safaris. We take care of everything right from booking the forest permits, safari vehicle and expert guides and drivers to ensure the experience of life time. Morning Safaris are for 4 to 5 hours and Afternoon Safari for around 3 hours. One Jeep Safari can accommodate maximum 6 People. There is a Forest Guide along with you for the Safari to give you the best Safari Experience at Kanha.
Kanha Jungle Safari Timings

Safari timings of Kanha National Park changes according to the seasons. However, during the monsoon season, the park remains shut for tourists as it is a breeding season of the wild animals. Therefore, as a tourist attraction, the park remains open from 1st October to 30th June. In the winter season, the timings of the morning jeep safari in Kanha National Park starts from 6:30 AM to 11:00 AM. Whereas, the evening safari starts from 3:00 PM which lasts till 5:30 PM. For the months of Summer, the safari timing changes and scheduled from 5:30 AM to 11:00 AM for the morning batch and 4:00 PM to 6:45 PM for the evening batch.

Kanha Safari Zones

Which forest gate is best at Kanha National Park ?

The Core zones:     

Kanha safari zone has open meadows with grasslands and bamboo vegetation that offer some unique sightings. A tourist attraction is Shravan Taal, legendarily known for a place where King Dashrath killed Shravan Kumar mistaking him for a deer.

Sarahi safari Zone has dry deciduous forests and with larger meadows. Sarahi is accessed through a common road via Kisli zone and one encounters the towering Saal forests on the way.

Mukki safari Zone reports good sightings. The landscape includes saal, bamboo and grasslands.

Kisli safari zone also has the elegant saal forests and scenic grasslands with bamboo vegetation.

For More Details on the Different Safari Gates (Safari Zones) refer to our Blog

Resorts at Kanha National Park

All our Kanha safari packages are created and designed with minute details of the theme and with the goal of rich travel experience. Our Tie-ups with good comfortable Kanha Resorts like Kanha Jungle Lodge, Kanha Jungle Camp etc., never leave room for any worry with respect to your accommodations. From Budget Resorts to Luxury Cottages and Tents, we can get you as per your requirements and budget.

Choosing the travel company that can deliver your dream trip is the most important decision you’ll make as you plan your trip.  We know there are many choices available but we’re confident that none will offer the combination of wildlife expertise, good lodging , exclusive activities  and overall value for money and we take your trust in deciding to travel with us.


Kanha National Park has usually tropical climate, and is warm during the summer, and cold in winter. Winters, temperature ranging between 3º C to 16º C, are the most comfortable season to visit the park, but it doesn’t guarantee good wildlife viewing. Summers (April – June), temperature soaring from 26º C to 42º C, are the best time to view rich wildlife in the park.

How to Reach Kanha National Park

By Rail

Nearest Railway Station is Jabalpur. Nagpur would be also a second option as it has good train connectivity with major cities.

By Air

Jabalpur is the nearest airport, However, Jabalpur has limited flights. Nagpur is other well connected airport with other major cities of India.

By Road

Jabalpur is approx. 175 Kms from Kanha. Nagpur is approx. 270 Kms. away from Kanha (5.30 Hours)


Kanha Tiger Reserve has species of tigers, leopards, wild dogs, wild cats, foxes and jackals. Among the deer species, swamp deer or hard-ground barasingha is the pride of the place, as it is the only subspecies of swamp deer in India, except the great swamp deer of Sundarbans. The animal is adapted to hard ground unlike swamp deer of the north, which live in marshy swamps. The reserve has been instrumental in rescuing the swamp deer from extinction. Indian gaur, belonging to the ox genus, are found in Kanha, but seen mostly as winter ends. In summer, gaur inhabit meadows and waterholes in the park.

Other commonly seen animals in the park include the spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, and the four-horned antelope. Nilgai can still be seen near the Sarahi Gate, while the Indian wolf once commonly seen at Mocha is a rare sight now. Striped hyena and sloth bear are seen occasionally. Langurs and wild boars are common, but the pugnacious rhesus macaque is seen less often.

The kanha national park brings around 300 species of birds and the most commonly seen birds are the black ibis, bee-eaters, cattle egret, plum headed parakeets, pond heron, drongos, common teal, crested serpent eagle, grey hornbill, Indian roller, lesser adjutant, little grebes, lesser whistling teal, minivets, pied hornbill, woodpecker, pigeon, paradise flycatchers, mynas, Indian peafowl, red junglefowl, red-wattled lapwing, steppe eagle, Tickell’s blue flycatcher, white-eyed buzzard, white-breasted kingfisher, white-browed fantail, wood shrikes, and warblers, among many more.

Reptiles such as Indian pythons, Indian cobras, krait, rat snakes, vipers, keelbacks, and grass snakes are nocturnal animals, so rarely are seen. Many species of turtles and amphibians are found in or near the water bodies

For More Details on the Famous Tigers of Kanha refer to our Blog

Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for More Videos on Jungle Safaris in India & Africa

Tigress Neelam at Kanha Medows

If you are a Solo Traveler or If you wish to travel in a group along with like minded travelers, we do have fixed departure trails. Please click here to check out our Trail Calendar for the year. 

You don't have permission to register