What to See
The park has a highest population of the Bengal tiger and also have Indian leopards, the sloth bear, barasingha, Indian wild dog, porcupine, hyena, mouse deer, hare, python and many more. It is home to a thousands of species of flowering plants, climbers, shrubs and herbs. It also houses variety of bird species like kingfishers, owls, teals, drongos, storks, peacock, spotted parakeets, pintails, papihas, partridges, pond herons, egrets, pea fowl, jungle fowl, spur fowl, quails, ring doves, green pigeons, fly catchers and many more. There is also a museum that depicts the activities and attributes of the national park and its tribal culture. This museum is opened on all days except on Wednesdays.
Best Time to visit
The best time to visit the park is during winters (between November to March) as it will be pleasant. The park is closed from July to mid-October during monsoon.