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Bandhavgarh National Park

Situated in Umaria District of Madhya Pradesh, the tiger reserve boasts of a white tiger found in the nearby forests. The reserve is habitat of Bengal Tiger and one of the finest in India. Besides tigers leopards, wild dogs, bison, deer, sloth bear make this National Park their home. More than 260 avian species are found here including migrants that arrive in winter. The park contains a very high density of tiger and after the inclusion in Project Tiger the conservation area has been increased.

The preserve is witness to ancient turbulent history and the Bandhavgarh Fort stands testimony to it. The Fort is in ruins but remarkable architectural remains can still be seen scattered on the hillock. Horse stables, large reservoirs, pools, statues of Lord Vishnu and man made caves can be seen during the tiger safari in the jungle.

The best place to see the tigers in the wild, Bandhavgarh is visited by a large number of tourists every year. Tiger is the greatest attraction but wildlife abounds and one can come across many interesting animals and birds. The jeep safari covers a large area and through swampy grasslands, river beds, steep hillocks and dense forest canopy. This offers a panoramic view of one of the most beautiful wildlife preserve in the country.

The park encompasses an area of more than 1100 sq.km. The entry gates are Tala, Magadi, Khitauli, and Pan Patha. Tala is the premium zone, much coveted for tiger watching, but booking has to be done in advance.

How to reach :

By Air: Jabalpur at 175 kms. Umaria Airstrip for small chartered aircrafts.
KhajurahoAirport (237kms)
By Rail Jabalpur, Katni102km,Satna120km and Umaria 35km
By Road: State /private transport buses ply between all nearby towns.

Best season November to June.
The park will be closed for evening safari on Wednesday.

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Bandhavgarh park (Click to Enlarge)