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A Real Life Jungle Book


Madhya Pradesh, often called the “Heart of India” is the state in central India that inspired Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. It is the living backdrop for Mowgli, the orphaned man-cub raised by wolves, and a cast of animal characters …

Madhya Pradesh is an amalgamation of paradoxes and mysteries. The state harbours 10 national parks, 25 wildlife sanctuaries, 6 tiger reserves and a large number of natural reserves. The best time to visit is from October to March as the climate remains cool. During the monsoon (July – September), all the wildlife parks remain closed for visitors.

In their blog, our partner Red Elephant Reps, along with our destination management company, Trail Blazer Tours India (TBi), have highlighted the most popular national parks in Madhya Pradesh that are home to some of the best wildlife and nature in India.

Read the full blog here.