Madhya Pradesh - An Intimate Wildlife Encounter with Luxurious Stay

Madhya Pradesh as per its central location is considered to be the heart of India. It carries reputation as the best wildlife tourist destination. It is a fact that Madhya Pradesh tourism revolves around wild life still it has many other attractions which lure tourists from many foreign countries. Visitors who expect wildlife encounter with luxurious stay should visit Kanha or Pench national parks and arrange their stay at one of the jungle resorts available near the parks.

Kanha National Park and Pench National Park are the central attractions of Madhya Pradesh tourism. Kanha National Park and tiger reserve is located in Mandla and Balghat districts. This park offers a unique opportunity of watching the wild animals from a close distance while traveling on the elephant backs or riding a jeep safari. These parks offer unbelievable sightseeing experiences. Accommodations at these destinations are available outside the Parks around the gates, so that it is convenient for the visitors to enter the Parks. They are in the form of jungle lodges, hotels and resorts. Untied-21 tigers habitat is a Kanha resort located at a strategic location near Kisli gate. It offers luxurious stay in eco friendly accommodations which will give you total enjoyment of being in the vicinity of nature.

Another wildlife attraction of Madhya Pradesh, the Pench National Park is located in the lower region of the Satpuda hills on southern boundary of Madhya Pradesh. The region is bestowed with fascinating flora and fauna. Around two hundred eighty exotic bird species reside in and around this Park. The park offers best opportunity to views many rare species of birds and animals. Accommodations are available near Park in the form of wildlife resorts, forest lodges and cottages. United-21 Jungle resort in Pench is one such means of accommodation at village Jamun tola offering a luxurious stay, supported by multi cuisine restaurant and a help desk to provide guidance for booking Jungle safaris.

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