Bandhavgarh National Park can be described as a concurrence where nature and history meets. The park is largely covered with Sal forest, that form the perfect abode of a wide variety of habitats and high density, including a large number of tigers. The National park is reigned by the imposing Bandhavgarh Fort. As you rise to the architectural splendor, 800m above you get aquainted with the magic of the wildlife sanctuary as well as surrounding countryside.
A Walk In The Wild:
Bandhavgarh is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers, cheetals, leopard, gaur,
sambhar, and many more faunal species. Bandhavgarh is densely populated with
white tigers, the highest in India. Enthusiastic naturalists unravel the
mysteries of nature, while driving past the park. The park is now home to 22
species of wildlife, including the regal 'gaur', umpteen varieties of deer,
and carnivores such as the striped hyena, jungle cat and sloth bear and over
250 species of birds. The place is an excellent spot to watch both the
predator and the prey. The reptilian species include cobras, kraits, vipers
The park is largely covered with moist deciduous forest. The terrain is
broken, with rocky hill ranges, running roughly east west, interspersed with
grassy swamps and forested valleys.
You can choose to explore the exotic wildlife from a variety of options
available. The wildlife can be viewed on elephant back or in a jeep or by
car. A forest department guide always accompanies you in these safaris. The
best time to visit the park is early in the morning or after 4 p.m.It is
during this time that the animals are most active and are easily spotted.