Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park, Tala, Madhya Pradesh, India

Bandhavgarh National Park is a strange land. Flowing through a vibrant and luxuriant Sal and bamboo forest, the wind murmurs the [Bandhavgarh Fort, Bandhavgarh National Park] songs of nature in the voice of silence. It seems to be quiet yet vibrant. Leaves rustle! Water trickles! Grasses stop to move! Even the wind pauses to hold its breath and watch the drama unfold! Then all of a sudden the Jungle springs to life! Langurs groan. Deers call, and you hear approaching crushing of dry leaves by something big, behold the King is here. A one time hunting grounds of Maharaja of Rewa, it is today also a hunting ground for the Tigers who roam fearlessly in this Sal and bamboo forest. A touch of history, a taste of rawness, this park gives much more than you anticipate from it. While Tigers reign supreme here, it is home to over 250 species of birds, Sloth Bears, Indian Gaur, Leopards, Langurs, Deer family, Jackals, and sometimes spotted Dholes, one thing assured is that you will never come back disappointed from Bandhavgarh. A Tiger safari in Bandhavgarh is imperative should you be keen to see Tigers in their natural habitat.