Kanha National Park Tiger Safari
Kanha National Park, located in Madhya Pradesh, India, is famous for its wildlife, including Bengal tigers, leopards, and Barasingha deer. The lush green forest, composed majorly of Sal (Shorea Robusta) and other mixed forest trees, landscapes, and extensive meadows make it a prime destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers.
About this activity
Embark on a thrilling tiger safari in Kanha National Park, India. Explore dense forests and open grasslands to spot majestic Bengal tigers, leopards, and diverse wildlife. Experienced guides enhance the adventure, ensuring a memorable and immersive jungle experience.
- A private open jeep with a driver during a jungle safari inside the Kanha National Park.
- Forest entry fees. ( Permit )
- Live tour guide ( naturalist ) during the safari.
- Service charges and all taxes
- Pickup and drop off from the hotel or airport.
- Accommodation and food
- Note: please be aware that this is a tiger reserve, NOT A ZOO. As such, sightings of tigers are unpredictable and cannot be guaranteed.
- Kanha National Park Core Zone Safari remains closed from 1 July to 30 September every year.
- Kanha National Park Core Zone Safari remains closed every Wednesday Evening.
- Send us your ID Proof (like Aadhar, Passport, Pancard, Election Car, DL, or any other ID proof ) for Park entry via WhatsApp or email After booking.
- The Government forest department manages and operates the safari. ( We have to follow the Forest Department rules )
- This package does not guarantee to book your safari in a specific zone. Your safari will be in one of the following zones Kanha/Kisli/Mukki/Sarhi/Khatia/Phen/Khapa/Sijora. If you want to book a specific zone you have to let us know before the booking.
- Kanha National Park have 3 Entry Point Khatia/Mukki/Sarhi. There is a 40 km difference between each entry.
- Dear Customer, Forest has proposed for rate increase if the same gets approved you will required to pay the difference amount at the time of your safari at the park counter.
- At the time of entry please carry an updated printout of your entry permit also ensure that the QR Code on your permit is not distorted as this QR Code will be scanned for verification.
- It is compulsory to take an authorized park guide with every safari vehicle. Obey the park guide.
- Please don't get down from the vehicle, until advised by the park guide.
- Carry and use of Tobacco items, Inflammable articles, etc. is prohibited inside the protected area.
- Use of and to carry alcohol, and entering in an intoxicated condition is prohibited inside the protected area.
- To carry arms-ammunition and explosives etc. inside the protected area is prohibited.
- Use of polythene is prohibited inside the protected area.
- Littering is prohibited inside the protected area.
- To carry pets inside the protected area is prohibited.
- Creating noises by the use of transistor tape-record or blowing horn or similar equipment is prohibited inside the protected area.
- Except photography, any other use of mobile phone is prohibited inside the protected area.
- Lifting of any forest produce plants or animal articles inside the protected area is prohibited.
- Teasing of wild animals, feeding them or chasing them is prohibited inside the protected area.
- To ensure the safety of wild animal’s speed limit of 20 kmph is decided for the tourist vehicles. In case of speeding please inform to the park management.
- Maintain silence and discipline during safari. Misconduct, Indiscipline or shouting is prohibited inside the protected area.
- Follow the provisions of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, M.P. Wildlife (Protection) Rules 1974 and the rules imposed by local management.
- All protected areas will remain closed for tourism and videography/filming/photography on the Government holidays of Dipawali and Holi. Permits if booked on these dates due to any calendar issues shall be cancelled with full Refund excluding MPOnline Portal service fee.
- This is a legal entry permit issued as per Rule 34 of Wildlife (Protection) (Madhya Pradesh) Rules, 1974 under Section 28 (1) (d) of the Wildlife (Protection) Act 1972. This entry permit is individual, non-transferable, and valid for entry for the period mentioned in it.
- For Add-On Permits, first two tourists on whose names were permits were booked have to be present during park visit otherwise the permit will be consider cancelled.