Wildlife Safari in Bandhavgarh National Park of Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park is the most popular wildlife park in Madhya Pradesh, known for highest density of the tiger population in India as well as in the central India followed by Kanha National Park.


The park also has a large breeding population of Indian leopards, sambar,barking deer and a reintroduced site for Indian bison.


Bandhavgarh park has a large biodiversity and once upon a time, home of white tigers in India. The tiger is the apex predator of Bandhavgarh and the forest house more than 250 species of birds, reptiles and butterflies.


Bandhavgarh can only reachable via road or rail, Katni and Umaria are major railway stations with good connectivity across India and Jabalpur city is only near by place with good air connectivity with major cities.


Tala, Magdhi and Khitauli are three main zones of the Bandhavgarh national park and the rest area is known as buffer zone around the forest of Umaria and Katni district.


Tala zone of Bandhavgarh is the richest zone of the park and best place to spot tigers in route B in Bandhavgarh forest, which is biggest attractions of the park along with very rare Indian leopard, dhole dog, malabar pied hornbill, monitor lizard and reintroduced Indian bison from Kanha.


Some of the most famous and well known Bengal tigers of Bandhavgarh includes a male called Charger and a female tigress known as Sita, second most photographed tiger in the world after Machali from Ranthambore National Park.


Bamera was another most prominent tiger in Tala zone of bandhavgarh, The female tigress of bandhavgarh park includes Mohini, Banbehi, Mirchaini and Rajbehra, Chandini and Kankati.


The beautiful forest with amazing wildlife offers rare sighting of Dhole Dog, Caracal cat, Indian leopards and Striped Hyna.


Sal, Mahua, tendu and Strangler vine trees of Bandhavgarh forest offers best wildlife safari tour in in Madhya Pradesh and famous for wildlife photography and jeep safari.


Bandhavgarh National Park has the large density of the tiger population in central India, offering three main zones of Tala, Magdhi and Khitauli.

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