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Nearby Tourist Attractions Kanha National Park

Kawardha just east of the Maikala Range (up to 1100m) to the south east of Kanha National park, Kawardha is a small town in Chhattisgarh (34 forts) region of M.P. In this remote area Maharaja Viswaraj Singh has recently opened his palace to visitors. It provides a delightfully quite unspoiled contrast with India’s big cities and with the much busier tourist circuit of Rajasthan’s ‘palace circuit’. This town is in the canter of the Baiga tribe, who live in forest surrounding the town, and these are several eleventh century temples in the immediate region

Kanha Museum

Being a wildlife lover whenever you plan an excursion to Kanha National Park, you must visit the Kanha Museum, which is another important nearby tourist attraction in KNP. The museum is under the authority of Forest Department and is the ideal place to get some information about the topography and other interesting aspects of the park. Sprawled over a large area, Kanha Museum displays the history of the reserve and exhibits the skeletons of various carnivore, reptile, and herbivore creatures. From exciting experience to interesting facts and notes, the museum renders a lot of attractions for the wildlife buffs. Also, in order to offer better comprehension of wildlife habitat to tourists, this historical center also houses a few charts, specimen, photographs, and models which give a detailed insight of the food chain and the wildlife inhabiting the forest. The major attraction of the museum is the evening sound shows which is a must see.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 11 km

Kawardha Palace

Stretch your expedition to Raipur in Chattisgarh where Kawardha Palace awaits to soak you in the royal ambiance. Sprawled over an 11-acre of lush green territory, this Italian marble and stone-made palace is located 91 km from the Kanha National Park. For visitors, this monument encompasses panoramic views of Maikal Hill Range. Staying in Kawardha Palace is something which you must do if your pocket allows. In order to offer an imperial treatment, this royal residence that has been converted into a heritage hotel is crammed with all the luxuries, including an evening bar cum library room.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 91 km


Amarkantak, which is also known as Teerthraj, is located at a distance of 159 km from Kanha National Park. Festooned with rich natural heritage, the mystic land is overloaded with plants with medicinal properties which make this place noteworthy from the ecological perspective as most of them are of rare species or are hard to find. Being the emerging point of Narmada, Sone, and Johila Rivers, Amarkantak is best known for its DudhDhara Waterfalls that has foaming water that looks like milk. Other than this, there are a few places to see which you should not skip during your excursion here. Kalachuri era’s Pataleshwar Mahadev Temple and Narmada Udgam Temple are amongst the top attractions in Amarkantak. The temples brag an incredible architecture along with spiritual hues for tourists to savour. This enthralling town also gives an opportunity to take a plunge into the cultural essence of central Indian tribes through village tourism opportunity.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 159 km


Often known as the soul of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is the city of coloured-marble rocks. It is just 164 km away from Kanha National Park and is an enthralling city that bestows many attractions to travellers to savour. From its renowned misty Dhuandhar Falls and Madan Mahal Fort to nature’s walk in Dumna to Bhedaghat, Jabalpur has a parcel of bewitching experiences. What would be more fun here than sitting under the gleaming light of the moon and savouring the picturesque view of changing marbles of 100-feet tall mountains with River Narmada passing through them. For the individuals who come here to seek blessings of the Almighty, the place bids a number of spiritual attractions. From 10 century old Chausath Yogini Temple of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva to enchanting Gwarighat Gurudwara on South Bank of the Narmada River, Jabalpur houses some of the sacred-most places of worship. Amongst which is Kanchnar Temple that is a famous for a mighty 76-ft tall statue of Lord Shiva. Coming to Dhuandhar Falls - the most visited place in Jabalpur. The fall, which in english can be translated as the ‘Smoke Cascade’ because of the mist which is formed when the water hits the rocks below, gives tourists a jaw-dropping sight to catch. Also, famed as the third largest city of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur houses a couple of historical forts and war memorials in the form of, Madan Mahal Fort and Rani Durgawati Museum for a historical tour. These destinations all together make Jabalpur a “place for nature lovers, history buffs, and devotees as well”.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 164 km

Ajaigarh Fort

If you’re visiting Panna from Kanha then you should further add Ajaigarh Fort in the plan as this majestic place is situated only 37 km from Panna. This fort has a flat-topped design and is located in Ajaigarh which is fringed by the Vindhya Ranges. If you are a history and nature lover, undoubtedly, this fort will fill your heart with some awe-inspiring views of Vindhya Ranges and that of Ken River. The fort comprises two temples and two rock-cut tanks which are named after the renowned Ganga and Yamuna streams. In order to reach to the entryway of this historical fort, you will have to climb around 500 steep steps.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 364 km

Raneh Falls

Located at a distance of 15 km from Khajuraho, Raneh Falls isn’t a place to miss. This attraction near Khajuraho possesses tranquil surroundings and riveting views which give a wholesome holiday experience. The glorious Raneh Waterfall is a canyon formed with crystalline and granite rocks, which is situated on the Ken River and is 30m deep. The highlights of this place are the dozens of falls, some of which are seasonal. Raneh Falls is a perfect stopover destination for the honeymooners as the place offers a romantic ambiance along some beautiful views to share with your loved ones.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 370 km


While making the list of the closeby attractions to be included in your Kanha tour, put Khajuraho somewhere in the top. One of the best travel destinations in Madhya Pradesh and a prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khajuraho is famous for erotic sculptures and Hindu and Jain Temples. For a change, if you want your Kanha excursion not just to be restricted to wildlife and nature, Khajuraho would evidently be there to welcome you. These temples in Khajuraho are categorized as per their geographical location - Eastern, Western, and Southern. You can invest your time, money, and energy to appreciate the exquisiteness of these temples which exhibit some stunning art of sculptures and architecture.
Distance from Kanha National Park: 371 km