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Bandhavgarh National Park
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Location : Madhya Pradesh
Major Attractions : Tiger, Leopard, Bear
Best time to Visit : November to March


TigerAbout Bandhavgarh National Park
The Vindhyan Mountain ranges in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh are home to some enchanting locales. Bandhavgarh National Park is one such place which is famed besides other wildlife attractions, for its majestic white tigers. The area, like most of the other jungles of the country served as a hunting preserve for the royal family, until it was declared a protective region in 1968.

Bandhavgarh National Park is probably your best chance to see the mighty striped predator on the prowl, being the national park with the highest density of tiger population in India. However, the thick vegetation and forest cover, which mainly consists of deciduous forests and huge stretches of sal and bamboo, may sometimes obstruct your view.

Wildlife Attractions in Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh is a safe heaven for hundreds of species of flora and fauna which also includes the highest density of tiger population for any wildlife habitat in the country. Other animals which adorn the surroundings of Bandhavgarh include the chausingha, chinkara, fox, nilgai, chital and jackal. Besides animals, the park is also home to some 250 species of birds including a few migratory birds which arrive here during winters and stay till the onset of summer.
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Elephant and jeep safari are the two options of moving inside the park which can easily pierce the thick forest cover, making a sighting convenient for you. Another major attraction inside the park is the centuries old Bandhavgarh Fort which can be conveniently accessed by a short climb up the hill. The top of the fort affords a panoramic view of the entire park and if you are lucky, it is possible to spot a tiger basking in the sun.

Stay At
Accommodation options at Bandhavgarh are in the form of resorts and hotels, some inside while others located a short distance from the boundaries of the park. Tiger's Den resort, located just 400 yards from Bandhavgarh National Park offers 16 cottages along with other facilities such as a multi cuisine restaurant, laundry service, jungle safaris and more. Other accommodation options located nearby include Taal resort (12 cottages), Nature Heritage Resort (19 rooms), Tiger Trails Safari Lodge (12 cottages) and Anant Van, an 'ashram' located in the heart of Bandhavgarh National Park.

Getting There
By Air : Khajuraho is the nearest airport served by daily Indian Airlines flight from Delhi and other major Indian cities. Jabalpur is another airport located nearby, also connected by daily flights from Delhi and Bhopal.

By Rail : The nearest railhead is located at Umaria. Several trains operate daily between Umaria and Delhi. Jabalpur is another convenient railhead located near by,

served by daily trains from Mumbai and Kolkata.

By Road : Although the roads leading to Bandhavgarh National Park are not all that smooth, still a journey by road is the most convenient way to access the park. M.P. state transport corporation buses provide regular services to Bandhavgarh from all the neighbouring towns. Another option is to hire a taxi from Katni, Umaria, Bilaspur or Satna and reach the park after a short drive.

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