Nestled amongst the rugged terrain of rolling Maikal Hills and tribal belt in the heart of India, Kanha National Park has been well known as the inspirational backdrop for Kipling’s Jungle book.

One of the largest wildlife biodiversity regions of the country the park fosters over 200 bird species and 22 species of mammals across meadows, forests and wetland zones.

We will explore the incredibly rich and diverse wildlife, landscape, and tribal villages that make Kanha one of the greatest wildlife experiences in India.

Date(s) - 19/08/2017
10:30 am - 10:50 am

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