TOUR TO BANDHAVGARH NATIONAL PARK

Located in the very heart of India, Bandhavgarh national park is one of the most popular home of the royal Bengal tigers. It has a core are of 105 Sq Km and a buffer area of approx 395 Sq Km. It is said that the park has the highest density of tigers in comparison to any other park. Ofcourse, Tigers are the highlights but for a wildlfie enthusisate there are many other species that can be spotted during a jungle safaris. The Park is divided into 3 zones out of which Tala zone is considered as the premium Zone due to the better sightings.


There are two major ways of exploring inside the park. You can opt for jeeps, or take an elephant safari. At all times when you are inside the park, a Forest Department guide must accompany you. He will guide you to the locations where you have the best chances of spotting wildlife. Apart from wildlife, the park has something for the history buff as well. You can find the ruins of an ancient fort Known as the Bandhavgarh fort, situated in the centre of national park. The fort is not much in shape but walls are still standing tough.

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Airports: Nearest airport is Jabalpur which is around 190 Kms from the Park

Railway Station: Nearest Railway station is Umaria which is around 30 kms from the park

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India, known for its highest population of Tigers, is the land to lead you to the Tiger Trails. Across the country, government operates 47 Tiger Reserves as an initiative to protect this wonderful animal.

As we turn the pages of history and go into the olden golden days, India has been popular for two things – the mesmerising Taj Mahal and the magnanimous Tigers. Both have been special to India.