If fauna pushes your adrenaline level into high gear, visit the magnificent Bandhavgarh wildlife sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. It is located in Umaria district and is famous for tigers, leopards and many other species of wildlife. The most propitious time to visit this destination is from November to June. The amazing tiger's is the indisputable highlight of many Indian reserves, but there is also a great diversity of other flora and fauna of interest to the visitor. Wild Dog, Spotted and Sambar deer, the nilgai and also the sloth bear and Leopard put in regular appearances in the reserves designated for the protection of the tiger. Travel deep into the jungle twice a day and explore the heart of this paradise of wildlife and fascinating.
Spread over an area of 437 sq km, attracts wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world surrounded by mountains of Vindhyan ranges that make it look picturesque and one of the famous wildlife sanctuaries of India. The vegetation of the sanctuary consists predominantly Sal trees and bamboo. The beautiful wooded hills of the park capture the heart.
The park is one of the legends and mythological importance has distinguished. The name means 'brother fort' and refers to the fort found in the center of the park perched on one of the rolling hills. It was believed that Lord Rama with the fort of his younger brother, Lord Lakshmana. A visit to the fort makes a great hike and offers spectacular views across the park. There are many artificial caves, rock paintings and inscriptions around the fort and archaeological investigations dating back to BC.
Bandhavgarh is also one of the most famous national parks of India. In comparison to other wildlife destinations of the country, this park has fairly good population of tigers. The Park was established in 1968 and obtained the title of a Tiger Reserve in 1993. It has the maximum number of tigers in the country. It is also known as the White Tiger jungle as a white tiger was discovered here.
Although the park is now a game reserve proactive in the first place was established as a protected reserve exclusively for tiger hunting by the Maharajas influential. Hundreds of these beautiful animals were shot every year like the rich boosted their ego with these trophies. Fortunately, the practice of hunting is now a thing of the past.
Elephant Safari is one of the most interesting ways to explore this sanctuary. It also promises a good chance of spotting the Royal Bengal tiger. Elephant safari in Bandhavgarh is organized only in the morning time. You can also opt for a jeep safari which is organized from morning to night. Some of the other wildlife species found here are nilgai, bison, Chinkara, Chital, Langur monkey, wild boar, Chausingha, muntjac and jackals.
The park boasts more than 250 species of birds, including some migratory birds too.Some of the birds spotted here are amazing helpers minors, bee-eaters, lesser adjutant stork, crested serpent eagle, lesser whistling teal, flower head parakeet, having wood, white breasted kingfisher, paradise flycatcher, red wattled lapwing and many others.
Sighting of a tiger in the wild for the first time is an exciting experience, and for many other non-wildlife sighting is approaching. If you are looking for a trip that focuses on the sighting tiger, travel to India, where he has an abundance of reserves to choose from and excellent companies with specialist book. Maybe you want to spend your time traveling to a few reserves to gain experience in the Indian jungle in all its different capacities, or perhaps you prefer to spend your holidays focusing on a particular place so that you can get a sense of knowing it and its inhabitants. There is a wide range of tours to choose from so make sure you choose one that suits your specific holiday wishes.
Today, the park is dedicated to the protection of India's most valuable wild beast, the tiger. Travel here and you can not fail to be impressed by all the park has to offer. The naturalists experts, the exciting buzz of loggias and breathtaking landscapes make it a very special Bandhavgarh. The park covers of 105 square kilometers and is believed to be home to at least 22 tigers. Increase the chances of spotting a tiger - trip to Bandhavgarh and make the most of your trip to Indian wildlife.