Bandhavgarh - white tiger country OR highest tiger density in the world

Bandhavgarh Travel Guide

Bandhavgarh, located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, is one of the renowned national parks in India located in the core area of 105 sq km with a buffer area of more than 400 km to topography lies amid undulating forest ranges, meadows, steep ridges and the list goes on. Because of having so many things, Bandhavgarh National Park is especially reserved for Royal Bengal Tigers where density of the Tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India. It is also a very interesting history behind it as this popular national park was the former hunting reserve of the Maharaja of Rewa and at present is a famous natural hub for White Tigers.

White Tigers, now a major attraction around the world's zoos, were first discovered in Rewa, not far from here. The terrain is broken, with rocky hill ranges, running roughly east west, interspersed with grassy swamps and forested valleys. This national park has been hot favorite choice of wildlife photographers to capture the images of tigers lying in their natural habitat where they also enjoy their life to the fullest.

It is not only the Tiger sightings here, but the natural and archaeological splendor that awaits a visitor which is totally unexpected, and beyond imagination. Although Bandhavgarh is a moderately small park in the last few years this former game reserve has become one of India's most prominent National Parks.

The major motivation for all the concentration is Bandhavgarh's high density of tigers, which roam the mixed forests of Sal and bamboo in search of an easy kill. The tigers have not only supported the local inhabitants by breeding successfully, they have also brought international media attention to the park and the plight of the Royal Bengal Tiger. It is the great quantity of water and prey here that makes a lot of Tigers contented in the Tala Range for sure, not that the neighbouring ranges like Magdhi and Khitauli do not have prey and water they have but something special about Tala Range.

The Bandhavgarh Fort which stands tall, the beautiful meadows of Chakradhara, Raj Bhera and Sehra, besides some unimaginably beautiful spots like the Climbers point, Rampur Pahari, Sita Mandap which are the key for captivating tourists. In addition to this, safaris in Bandhavgarh, elephant ride,

Bandhavgarh defies all judgment, most of Wildlifers think that hotter it gets better the Tiger and other game sightings near the water hole. For Bandhavgarh, it is relevant but only moderately; the Tiger sightings are grand from October till June. Sloth Bear sightings are good March till May, as they come out to eat a local flower called “Mahua”, the locals collect this blossom to make a local alcohol as well. There are also a number of accommodations in and around the national park to accommodate. You can easily camp there to stay in the night because night is not safe here to roam.

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