Of all the National Parks in central India, Kahna is the largest at 1945 sq.km. Kahna’s vast inventory of fauna, coupled with its wide open meadows, ensure that a visitor will get to view a cornucopia of wildlife. The park is one of the best operated and maintained parks in India, and is single-handedly responsible for the rescue of the “Swamp Deer” from extinction. Its geography is varied with many elevation changes creating a large valley in the center. This valley is a stage best viewed from atop one of the tall outcroppings surrounding it. Elephant safaris are available in the park, and tiger sightings are well above average.