Welcome to Grand Tiger Resort, Kanha
Grand Tiger Resort is located at a distance of 1.1Kms from the Mukki Gate of Kanha National Park. The resort is spread over an area of around 3 acres and is surrounded by lush green forest filled with Sal and Bamboo tress. Inaugurated in 2012, Grand Tiger Resort, Mukki, Kanha offers luxurious accommodation in elegant A.C. rooms equipped with all modern amenities providing all what is needed to create a mesmerising jungle theme. The resort's proximity to the Kanha Tiger Reserve allows guests to experience the jungle feeling while sipping coffee at the resort with full comfort and security. After a long and exhilarating memorable day and before retiring to the rooms, listening to the call of the wild whilst having a sumptuous dinner from our Indian and Continental cuisine is a routine affair for every guest staying with us.
Kanha National Park is located in Madhya Pradesh, India and is considered to be one of the most beautiful and better managed Tiger Reserves in the country. Created in 1955, Kanha National Park is spread over 1949 square kilometres and is the largest National Park in central India. It was declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1973 and is home to a number of wildlife species including the Royal Bengal Tigers, Leopards, Wild Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, Sloth Bears, Hard Ground Barasingha (Swamp Deer) – the jewel of Kanha. Other species found here include Spotted Deer, Sambar Deer, Barking Deer, Nilgai (Blue Bull), Hyena, Wolves, Langurs, Wild Boars, Civets, Porcupines and Indian Gaur. Various species of Turtles, Reptiles and Snakes also inhabit the park in large numbers.
Kanha experience extreme weathers with temperature ranging from 22°C to 42°C in summers and from 0°C to 22°C in winters. The park remains closed for tourists from 1st July to 15th October every year during monsoons.
Around 20% of Kanha National Park is open for tourists and Wildlife Safari is allowed in registered open gypsys in pre-set routes. For the tourists, the park is divided into 4 zones – Kanha, Kisli, Mukki and Sarhi. It is said that the fauna of Kanha Tiger Reserve is one of the best across all forests in Asia and was the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book. Sighting of Tigers is not very rare in Kanha and just one glance of the majestic big cat changes the childhood perception about the Tiger depicted as the nasty Sher Khan of the Mogli's jungle. Sighting a Tiger in the wild is an experience, which people carry with them for their lifetime, enticing them to visit Kanha again…..back again.