Nearby Attractions to Pench:
Deolapar – Visit a unique project where useful medicines and other products are scientifically prepared using PANCHGAVYA – 5 products made from secretions, excretions of the cow urine, excreta, milk clarified butter and curds (Yogurt). Ram Temple complex at Ramtek, Ancient Excavations at Mansar, Nagardhan Fort, dragon Temple – a Buddhist Temple at Kamptee
Nearby Attractions to Kanha:
Ramtek, Kalidas Memorial, Khindsi, Nagardhan Fort, Go-Vigyan Anusandhan kendra – a unique project based on cow products at Deolapar & dragon temple at Kamptee & Kawardha Temples in Chattisgarh. Alternatively from Kanha you may visit jabalpur for the Marble Rocks flanking the Narmada river.
Nearby Attractions to Bandhavgarh:
Bandhavgarh fort (permission needed). Since Bandhavgarh is further ahead to Kanha & Pench you can choose to visit the attractions near Pench & Kanha. Alternatively you may visit Khajuraho for the world famous carved Temple Complex and Panna Tiger Reserve.
Situated in the north eastern border of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park is spread across the Umaria-Shahdol district bordered by the Satpura mountain ranges in Central India. The park is filled with more than 20 radiant streams; mainly, Damnar, Banbei, Ambanala, Johilla, Janadh, Charanganga, and Andhiyari Jhiria. These streams merge into the son river forming an important southern tributary of the river Ganges. Many caves and lakes are found near the fort which is the most grandiose part of Bandhavgarh.
Kanha National Park is one of the largest national parks and tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh, India. Totaling 940 sq. km., the park is located in the Mandla and Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh.
Kanha National Park consists of:
Combined, this makes Kanha the largest national park in Central India.
Pench National Park borders with Madhya Pradesh in south Maharashtra, in Seoni and Chhindwara districts. This tiger reserve has a glorious history, its rich natural beauty serving as the original setting of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. The vegetation supported ranges widely from moist, sheltered valleys to open, dry deciduous forest and over 1,200 species of plants, including rare and endangered.