Bandhavgarh Toger Safari

Top 3 reasons to visit Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park, one of the few remaining havens for the pride of Indian Wildlife – the Royal Bengal Tiger. Every safari is a special occasion and at Tiger Safari India we love to make it a memorable experience. Our experience of close to three decades of arranging safaris in India with experienced naturalists and skilful drivers will ensure that you have very meaningful excursions into the park, and ample opportunities to see the Tigers and other wildlife.

3 reasons to visit Bandhavgarh National Park


1. Best park for Tiger sightings in India

Historically Bandhavgarh stands amongst the top 3 parks in India to see Tigers in the wild. For last 25 years the Tiger safaris in Bandhavgarh have yielded memorable sightings to the tourists who have visited Bandhavgarh and continue to do so even today. The legendary Tigers of Bandhavgarh like Charger, Sita, B2, and Bamera have converted the average tourist to a Tiger and wildlife lover. Though all the parks are uniquely beautiful, but there is something about Bandhavgarh that makes everyone who visits Bandhavgarh fall in love with it. It is the gentleness and boldness of the Tigers of Bandhavgarh that gets people to love Bandhavgarh. It is said that one has to be lucky to see the Tiger in the wild, but for Bandhavgarh they say that if you did not see a Tiger in the wild then chances are that you were sleeping during the safari. Someone also said that you have to be unlucky to see only one Tiger in Bandhavgarh.


2. Best park for Tiger photography in India

As this is the best park to see Tigers, hence it automatically can be said to be the Best park for Tiger photography as well. We recommend 3-4 nights stay atleast in Bandhavgarh for creating good images. Not missing on a single safari is also a must. Usually in a 3 nights stay one can do 6 safaris, and 8 safaris if the stay is 4 nights. The undergrowth and foliage is not dense, hence it is easier to spot Tigers here and thus get some good images. Even if the Tiger is on the move, and he moves into the bushes, there are good chances that you will be able to get good habitat shot of the Tiger as the undergrowth is not dense. There are some water holes and flowing streams which are favourite of Tigers, and as the Tigers are fond of water, hence seeing the Tigers on waterholes in Bandhavgarh is quite common. Seeing the Tiger cubs play in water is a delight that one will never forget.


3. Landscapes and History

The landscapes and history of Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve makes it special and unique. The presence of Bandhavgarh Fort which is amongst one of the oldest forts of India makes the landscape really impressive. The presence of this fort in history is one aspect, but this fort is also home to Tigers, vultures, Malabar pied hornbills and falcons. Though access to this fort is not possible, but one does get a glimpse of this from the Sehra and Chakradhara meadow. One can also visit the 32 feet reclining Vishnu statue. There are over 32 hills in Bandhavgarh. Some of these hills have caves which were used by saints centuries ago for meditation, and now these are used by Tigresses to safely keep their cubs, and also Sloth Bears. Some caves are home to the horse shoe bats. The view from the highest hill (Rampur Pahari) is amazing.



Bandhavgarh: The national park is mainly known for the density of its tiger population. This is the place where famous White Tigers of Rewa were discovered. The other wild attractions in the park include Leopards, Blue Bulls, Indian Gaur (Bison) Chausingha (Four Horned Antelopes), Spotted Deers, Sambar Deer, Wild Boar, Sloth Bears Fox, Jackals, Wild Dogs, etc. There are at least 22 mammal species and about 250 bird species in the Park. The other animals found in Bandhavgarh are Ratel, Porcupine, Small Indian Civet, Palm Squirrel, Lesser Bandicoot rat, the Jungle Cat, and the shy Hyenas. The reptile population in the park includes Cobras, Kraits, Vipers, Ratsnakes, Pythons, Monitor Lizards and turtles. The two-primate species - the rhesus macaque and the Hanuman langur - inhabit Bandhavgarh.

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