Bandhavgarh (Madhya Pradesh)
Location : Madhya Pradesh Famous For : Tiger, Indian Elephant, Leopard
Area : 716 Km2 Decalarion : 1968
Bandhavgarh is among one of the highest density areas of Tigers in India. Also large breeding population of Leopards. White Tigers are also found here.
There are three main zones of the national park, which are Tala, Magdhi, Khitauli and Panpatha.
Tala is the richest zone in terms of biodiversity, mainly tigers. These four ranges together comprise the ‘Core’ of the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve covering total area of 716 km2. The buffer zone is spread over the forest divisions of Umaria and Katni and totals another 820 km2.
Morning 6:00-11:00am (5hrs) Afternoon 3:00-6:00pm (3hrs)
Morning 5:30-10:30am (5hrs) Afternoon 3:30-6:30pm (3hrs)
At Bandhavgarh afternoon shift of Jeep Safari remain close for visitors on Every Wednesday.
Morning & Afternoon both the shift remain close on Holi festival (In the month of March).