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Panna National Park

Panna National Park:

Panna National Park spreads along the river Ken.Its jungles harbour many species of wildlife. The tiger can be glimpsed here along with other rare species such as the leopard, wolf and gharial. Herds of nilgai, chinkara and Sambar are a common sight too. The park is closed from July 1 to September 30.



Kanha National Park:

Amongst the best, Kanha is also one of the largest national parks in India. Kanha's sal and bamboo forests,grasslands and streams stretch over 940 sq km in dramatic natural splendour. This Project Tiger Reserve is home to an amazing variety of wildlife. It is also the only habitat of the rare hard ground Barasingha. Besides there are over 200 species of birds making Kanha a bird watcher's paradise.

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Bhaghela Museum:

Housed within the precincts of hotel Maharaja's Royal Retreat but with an independent entrance as well, the museum displays many items connected with the Rewa state and its late ruler Martand Singh. These include coins issued by the state, the throne of the Maharaja, gold and silver plated guns and swords, gold and silver plated swing made of French glass and studded with precious stones, stuffed remains of a tiger.

Hotels in Bandhavgarh:

Churhat Kothi: Village tala,Bandhavgarh National Park.

White tiger lodge: Near main park entrance,Village tala

Tiger Trails Resort:Located at Village tala

Maharaja's royal retreat:Located at Village tala

Nature Heritage Resort:Located at Village tala

Tiger Den Resort:Located at Village tala

Pench National Park:

The land of the Jungle Book the Pench Tiger Reserve forming the core of the Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park inspired Rudard Kipling's famous work The Jungle Book. Today it boasts of the highest density of herbivores in India. The park is closed from July 1 to September 30.

Amarkantak:

Source of the river Narmada and Sone,Amarkantak is a great pilgrim centre for the Hindus. Holy ponds, lofty hills, forested surroundings,breaktakingly beautiful water falls and an ever-pervading air of serenity make Amarkantak a much sought -after destination.

Marble Rocks:

Located 23 km from Jabalpur. Soaring in glittering splendour,the Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a 100 ft on either side of the Narmada River.