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Bandhavgarh National Park tours

Explore Bandhavgarh National Park

Seeking The Stripe In The Wild

There is no fixed blueprint for sighting a tiger in its natural habitat. However, you can opt for a philosophical outlook, where you can let things take their course, especially if you are in an Indian forest. So, don’t expect to see a tiger on your first safari ride, but instead, put  your trust in the abilities and knowledge of the guides and delight in their stories. It is best when you let their experience, lead you as they try to decipher alarm calls, pug marks and other unique signs of the jungle. And nowhere is this more true than at the Bandhavgarh National Park, which is one of the country’s most picturesque national park.

According to local legends, the entire Bandhavgarh area was gifted by Ram to his brother Lakshman and is today home to some truly spectacular flora and fauna. In 1968, the government took over this former hunting ground of the maharajas of Rewa and has four zones. The oldest is Tala, where the huge Chakradhar meadow gives way to the rocky hill topped by Bandhavgarh Fort. Other zones are Magdhi, Khitauli and Panpatha which were added later in order to expand the core areas of the reserve.

Beside having the highest density of tigers, other animals that you can spot in the park includes leopard, sloth bear, wild dog, spotted deer and sambar. Although the population of gaur has dwindled, they were reintroduced from Kanha National Park, which has successfully increased their numbers.

Another notable bird species that are popular in this reserve are the Sarus cranes that arrive here during the monsoon season. The record number spotted at one time is 250, so make sure you carry your binocular when you head to the marshes and lily woodlands.

The villages near the reserve are home to the indigenous Gond and Baiga tribals, who are the oldest surviving tribes in the country. So go out and gain an insight into their culture, that has been preserved for some decades, to say the least.

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