Reasons to visit Kuno National Park 

Home to the fastest animal in the world

Kuno National Park, is the choosen  home  to a thriving population of cheetahs in India. Apart from cheetahs, the park is also home to a variety of other wildlife, including leopards, antelopes, wild boars, and more. Not just this there is a lot more to this majestic park. Here are several reasons why it should be on your radar. 

Cheetahs were legally declared extinct in India in 1952. The national government issued an ‘Action Plan for the Introduction of Cheetah in India’ in January 2022, outlining its relocation plans. Since then, eight cheetahs have been flown from Namibia to Kuno National Park.

Home to cheetahs in India after 7 decades


Kuno National Park comprises of the forest of Kardhai, Khair and Salai and one can see wildlife by the dozens foraging across vast meadows. Some grasslands here are bigger than most at Kanha or Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.

Grasslands bigger than most at Kanha or Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve


Gir National Park was the only natural habitat for Asiatic lions. They are now in Kuno, a new habitat that they can name their "second home,", as the grasslands are ideal for the lions to hunt down their prey.

A haven for Asiatic Lions


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Kuno National Park, which is mostly dominated by Kardhai, Salai, and Khair trees within mixed forests, is home to a myriad of floral and faunal species with 33 species of mammals, 206 species of birds, 14 species of fishes, 33 species of reptiles, and 10 species of amphibians. 

 Home to a diverse range of floral and faunal species.


Kuno National Park is available for tourism all year round, except during the monsoon season (as per forest guidelines). Nonetheless, the ideal time to visit Kuno is between October and March due to its tropical location, vegetation, and geographical features.

Available for tourism all year round. 


Kuno National Park has reported the birth of its first litter of cheetah cubs, born to Siyaya, one of the Namibian cheetahs. The four cubs are in good health and their arrival is great news for the conservation of cheetahs in India under Project Cheetah.

To visit the new born Cheetah cubs from Mommy Siyaya


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