The Palpur-Kuno wildlife sanctuary

Category Natural / Scenic beauty

The Government of Madhya Pradesh recently declared Kuno as a national park, covering an area of ​​404 square kilometers. After the Kuno was declared a national park, the Asiatic lions from the Gir of Gujarat can be transferred to Kuno. Before the creation of the national park, Kuno was a wildlife sanctuary, also called the Palpur-Kuno wildlife sanctuary. It is located in Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is spread over an area of ​​about 900 square kilometers. In 1981, an area of ​​344.68 sq km was earmarked for this wildlife sanctuary. Later this area was increased. Animals like Indian wolf, monkey, Indian leopard and nilgai are found in this wildlife sanctuary. Continued to do.

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How to Reach:

By Air

The nearest airport is Gwalior Airport which is located about 30 kilometers from Morena, about 80 kilometers from Bhind and about 210 kilometers from Sheopur district.

By Train

There is a railway station in Morena and Bhind district and Sheopur is connected to Morena and Gwalior via narrow gauge.

By Road

All the districts are well connected by bus. Tourists can take vehicles on their own or on rent as all the tourist places are well connected by road.