• Do not throw empty tins, boxes, or other litter.
  • Keep strictly to the road.
  • Supervise young children closely at all times.
  • Try to blend with the surroundings. Avoid wearing colors that jar. Do not blow horn, play music, or make loud noises.

Important areas in Mukki Range, Kanha

OURAI : Between years 1974 to 1976 many tribal villages have been shifted out of the park. Ourai was one of them. This place is good for herbivores like Barasingha, Sambhar Deer spotted Deer and Bison. The chances to see Tiger & Leopard are good. Distance from Mukki to Ourai is 1 kms.

BISHANPURA : This old village site has been shifted out between 1973 to 1975. Now this place has developed into a beautiful grass land with ample of water and emerging into a favorite converging point for herbivores like sambhar deer, spotted deer, wild boars etc. This place attracts water birds. This place also has a very good chance for Tiger as well as Leopard sighting due to good herbivore population and water in the area. Distance from Mukki to Bishanpura is 11 kms.

DUKE’S ROAD : This road is in a ‘D’ Shape and the name of this road is kept on the name of Mr. Dukes’ a scientist who has done research on Swamp deer. The chance of seeing Tigers and Leopards in this area is quite well. Distance from Mukki to Dukes Road is 10 kms.

GHORELLA : This village site was shifted in the year 1974 and has been converted into a beautiful grass land. Distance from Mukki gate is 6kms.

SONDAR : Like many other tribal villages Sondar was also shifted out between 1973 to 1976. The significance of the place is Sondar water tank, a good water body, from which it acquired the name. Sondar tank attracts a lot of wild animals and Barasingha can be easily sighted there feeding on aquatic plants. This place attracts lots of water birds and there is good chance of seeing Tiger and Leopard during summer time. Distance from Mukki to Sondar is 8 kms.

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