5 Places to See Bengal Tigers In Madhya Pradesh

The tiger states of India, Madhya pradesh has the highest number of bengal tigers in India with more than 408 big cats. Madhya pradesh has six Tiger reserves including Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve and the here is the list of most famous Tiger reserves of Madhya pradesh to spot Bengal Tigers open in the wild.

Kanha National Park


Kanha–Kisli National Park or Kanha Tiger Reserve is the largest national park of Madhya Pradesh, hosts breeding populations of Bengal tigers, leopards, wild dog, sloth bear and barasingha.

The park is not only home to tigers but also home to over 1000 species of flowering plants, around 300 species of birds and beautiful meadows.

Bandhavgarh National Park


Bandhavgarh National Park in Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh is the best place to spot tiger, house highest density of the tiger population in India.

The park has highest density of Bengal tigers with an area of 105 square kilometres, some of the well-known tigers of Bandhavgarh are Charger, Sita, Bamera, Joita and sporty.

Pench National Park


Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book started from the Pench forest reserve and the Bengal tiger is the main cat species of the park along with Indian leopard, sloth bear, monkey, striped hyena, gaur, wild dog and black panther.

Pench National Park in Madhya Pradesh state includes an area of 257 km2 and got its name from the Pench river that flows through the park.

Panna National Park


Panna National Park of Madhya Pradesh is awarded as best maintained national park of India by the Ministry of Tourism and a new home for Bengal tigers in central India.

The park has healthy population of tigers and leopards along with nilgai, chital, Sambar deer and 200 species of birds including kingfisher, eagles, vultures and buzzard.

Satpura National Park

Satpura Tiger Reserve also known as Satpura National Park derived its name from the Satpura range and part of the Central Indian forest ecosystem.


The park along with surrounding buffer-zone area and adjoining Bori and Pachmarhi wildlife sanctuaries are home to tigers,leopard, dholes, gaur and barasingha.

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