The ecosystem of Kanha is segregated into three zones which bears with varied habitats. You can explore this reserve on open jeeps as trekking is prohibited here. As per the availability the zones are allotted and forest guide is a necessity here. Before entering the premises there are some formalities that are needed to be completed at the gates. If you are coming from aboard then it's important that you have to carry your passport and Indians should carry their ID card, as sometimes it is a prerequisite.
Visitors can carry mineral water and edibles inside the preserve but the consumption can be made only at some designated places. You can get tea, coffee and light snacks at the canteen at the Kanha Interpretation Center, even toilet facilities are available here and at the camps in few parts of the jungle. Silence is always a most significant rule of every jungle so it is here, even alcohol and smoking is not allowed nor firearms neither weapons.
There are set of two rides that take place in the central part park's zone. The two sets are at early morning and post lunch ride. The safari in the morning starts from predawn to 12 pm and the evening safari starts from 3pm to evening dusk. Here are also elephant's rides which can only be available in the morning on "Tiger Show". The elephant show is a small ride on the elephants back in the forest; here the tiger is cordoned by group of elephants, after enjoying this sight you have to return back to the pavilion i.e in your jeep.
The forest guide or the naturalist comes in picture wherein you need the skills of tracking the tigers. You need a keen hearing and eyesight results positively in sighting many of the birds and animals which are vague. The Tiger Safari is an enchanting experience to go on with holistically is the best occurrence.
The park is open from 16th October and closes on 30th June, wildlife is a worth watching atleast once in your lifetime.