Bandhavgarh Corporate Group Tour Package
Situated amidst the Vindhyas, Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh is a national park with the maximum known density of tigers in India. Hence, this destination is also referred to as White Tiger territory. You can tour around this spot that is sprawled over 437 sq.km of land having 250 species of birds and 22 species of mammals. What’s more, the diverse terrain with rocky hills, agricultural land and grazing areas also has hotels of differing price rates.
Day When to visit
Bandhavgarh, one of the most enticing and adventurous National parks, is open for tourists from October to June. However, the most pleasant months to observe the mesmerizing natural beauty are between October and November.
Places to visit in Bandhavgarh
The calm and tranquil dense forest is the homeland of Bengal tigers. You can also get to see the Indian Bison, chital, wild boar, Nilgai, jackals and others. The National Park, spread over Vindhya mountain range and Satpura Range, is included in tourist package.
The 2000 years old fort is another charm of the place. The fort is located at the heart of the park on top of Bandhavgarh hills.
The most gorgeous attraction of Bandhavgarh is Tala Village. The landscape is the lowest point of the wildlife roaming ground. More so, this is a good accommodation place for the tourists.
The place, Bandhavgarh, has its name based on the hill. The 807 m high hill is spread all across the region. The Bandhavgarh Fort is situated on the top of this hill.
The Baghel Museum preserves the impressions of Maharaja of Rewa. It also attracts the tourists for the displayed stuffing of first spotted ‘white tiger’.
The Bhamera Dam is just 20 Km drive from the National Park. The dam is also an enchanting bird-watching spot.
Bandhavgarh Group Tour Package
The wildlife safari is the major attraction of Bandhavgarh. People from all across the country and abroad come to this place to catch a glimpse of theBengal tiger.
The biggest animal on the land can take you deep inside the forest, a home of 22 species of mammals and 250 types of birds. Often tourists get the wonderful opportunity to see tiger during elephant safari.
Bird lovers can spot birds from Bhamera Dam as well as from Gharpuri Dam.
Exploring the cave and hillocks is one of the major activities performed in Bandhavgarh. The region is covered by 39 caves of ancient ages.
How to reach
The heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, can be reached from all over the country by various means.
If you are travelling by air then you have to land on Jabalpur Airstrip. To reach the forest belt from there, you have to make a 5 hour journey by road.
There are plenty of train options to reach Bandhavgarh from Mumbai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Delhi, and Agra. Umaria (37 Km) and Katni (100 Km) railway stops are the closest among all.
Driving to Bandhavgarh is a mere adventure trip. You can drive from Kanha (240 Km), Khajuraho (280 Km), Jabalpur (170 Km), Panna (210 Km), Varanasi (410 Km), Nagpur (480 Km) through the National Highways.