As you go amidst the terrain of Bandhavgarh National Park, your inner monologue will start showing excitement while watching many wildlife creatures including Bengal Tiger. The park will introduce a new jungle world what you would never have experienced before!
Bandhavgarh National Park is considered to have one of the highest densities of Bengal Tigers. Bandhavgarh fort is named as Brother's Fort that was given by Lord Ram to his brother Lakshman to keep a vigil at Lanka. The 2500 years old Bandhavgarh Fort with ruins of arches, temples and manmade caves!Bandhavgarh National Park is considered
to have one of the highest densities of Bengal Tigers not only among
all Tiger Reserves in India but across the world. Declared as a
National Park in 1968, Bandhavgarh National Park's core and buffer
zones are spread over 1131 square kilometres and is one of the most
popular National Park in India. It was declared as a Tiger Reserve
under "Project Tiger" in 1993 and is home to a number of
What to VisitFauna at Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh is home to a large number
of wildlife species including the Royal Bengal Tigers, Leopards, Wild
Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, Sloth Bears and Chinkaras. Other species found
here include Spotted Deer, Sambar Deer, Barking Deer, Nilgai (Blue
Bull), Hyena, Wolves, Langurs, Wild Boars, Wild Cats and Mongoose.
Indian Gaur has been recently reintroduced after the park lost all
its Gaur population due to some disease. Various species of Reptiles
and Snakes also inhabit the park in large numbers. The stories of the
popular Tigers of the world including Banka, the ever remembered
Charger - the aggressive Tiger, Sita - the most photographed Tigress
in the world, Mohini, Langru, B2, Kankatti and the dominating males
Bamera, Blue Eyes and Mukunda will bind you so close that they tend
to become your family friends.
Birding at Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park is popular
not only for its fauna but is also very popular among the Bird
Watchers. The vegetation of the lush green forest filled with Sal
trees and Bamboos with streams of water makes it a perfect habitat to
various species of birds. Over 250 species of birds can be spotted
flying across the park and it is believed that no Bird lover returns
from Bandhavgarh without watching or learning something new about
these admirable flying creatures.
Tigers at Bandhavgarh National Park
Sighting of Tigers is not a rare
phenomenon in Bandhavgarh and just one glance of the majestic big cat
changes the childhood perception about the Tiger depicted as the
nasty Sher Khan of the Mogli's jungle. Sighting a Tiger in the wild
is an experience, which people carry with them for their lifetime. We
assure you that the memories of the jungle safari passing through the
Siddhbaba temple, Chakradhara meadows, Sheshsaiya - the reclining
statue of Lord Vishnu, Badi Gufa, Sita Mandap, Mahaman, Bandhaini
Hills, Sukha Dam, Bhitri, Mirchahani, Aamanala, Ghorademon, Raj
Behra, Charger Point and the road to the Fort entices guests to
return to Bandhavgarh back again.
Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is famous for its Jungle Safari in open jeep/gypsy and elephant for which the park entry tickets need to be booked in advance. For gypsy safari, the park permits entry only after sunrise and exit before sunset and so the timings tend to change with the season. In winters, the morning safari is conducted from around 6.15 am to 10.15 am and the evening safari is from around 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm.
Get an accommodation for 3N/4D at Villa with swimming pool
Go for jungle safari at Bandhavgarh National Park
- Witness many wild creatures including tiger
Indulge in the bird watching activity
Enjoy a romantic poolside candle light or bush dinner