Kanha Tiger Reserve is nestled in the Maikal Hills which are part of the central Indian highlands. The Tiger Reserve sprawls across the Mandla and Balaghat districts in Madhya Pradesh, which lies in central India. Roll over the graphics to view the are and location information.

Geographical location

  • 80°  26' 10"E to 81°  4'  40"E
  • 22°  1'  5"N to 22°   27'  45"N
  • 450 m to 900 m

    Legend

  • Entry Gate
  • Patrolling Camps/Beat
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    Beat Boundary
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    Buffer Revenue Area
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    Buffer Zone Forest Area
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    Phen WLS
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    Core Zone

Distance

From Khatia Entry Point
  • Kisli: 3 km.
  • Kanha Museum: 12 km.
  • Sonf: 22 km.
  • Sharvan Tal: 17 km.
  • Mukki via Kanha: 36 km.
  • Mukki via Kopedabri: 38 km.
  • Bamhnidadar: 41 km.
  • Sondar via Kanha: 28 km.
  • Ghorella via Kanha Orai:37 km.
  • Bishanpura: 24 km.
From Mukki Entry Point
  • Kanha Museum: 25 km.
  • Kisli via Kanha: 33 km.
  • Kisli via Kopedabri: 35 km.
  • Sonf via Kanha: 35 km.
  • Bamhnidadar via Kanha: 49 km.
  • Sharvan Tal: 21 km.
  • Sondar: 8 km.
  • Bishanpura: 11 km.
  • Ghorella: 6 km.
From Sarhi Entry Point
  • Kanha Museum: 25 km.
  • Sonf: 10 km.
  • Sharvan Tal: 30 km.
  • Sonf via Kanha: 35 km.
  • Kisli via Salghat: 35 km.
  • Kisli via Digdola: 30 km.