Here comes the Elephant Safari

On my adventurous trip to Kanah National Park I clicked many shots but this one is my personal favorite.  With the first ray of sunshine falling on trees it seems as if whole place welcomes you here to explore and be ready for  adventure.

The Kanah National Park is located in Madhya Pradesh and forms the core of the Kanah Tiger Reserve. The park is one of the largest national parks in India.

This national Park has lush saal and bamboo forests, lakes, streams and open grasslands. While searching for the king of the jungle – tiger, you can have a quick look at gray langurs, nilgai, porcupines, hyena, chousingha, mongoose, leopard, wild pig, jungle cat, chital or spotted deer and gaur or Indian bison.

It was a great experience being in jungle all full of adventure and a lot of activity. I have been to many zoo earlier but it was altogether a different feeling. Jungle safari leave for the jungle early in the morning or evening. I liked the early morning safari as everything around seems so fresh and bright. At times it can be frustrating to spot a tiger as it takes time to track the animal. After much of hard work we were lucky enough to have grand view of king of the jungle. And on top of that we saw chasing leopard for his hunt which is very rare opportunity for anybody to have. Another animals that we saw were bison, wild pig, gray langurs, spotted deer etc. With the guide teaching us everything about the jungle it was a trip of great knowledge.

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2 Responses to Here comes the Elephant Safari

  1. carlaat says:

    This is so beautiful. One day I will travel to India.

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