Spotting a tiger in a natural habitat is not an easy task in India. But if you are a true wildlife enthusiast, then come to Bandhavgarh National Park. Known for having the maximum number of tigers in natural habitat, this park is a major stop for tiger safari. Bandhavgarh National Park has the highest concentration of magnificent animals. Exotic flora and amazing fauna are the main reasons for visiting this place.
In the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh National Park is a well-known biodiversity and rich with the historical past. The place is known for a population of 8 tigers per sq.km. and therefore Madhya Pradesh is known as a "TIGER STATE”. Also, it is the biggest breeding ground of leopards and deer. The park got its name from the famous Bandhavgarh Fort. It is known for its legendary significance. And it’s believed that Lord Rama to his younger brother Lakshman gifted this fort.
Bandhavgarh is known as the place of “LAND OF TIGERS”. With the highest density of Royal Bengal tigers, Bandhavgarh is recognized as India’s top dwelling place of tigers. Not just tigers, but this place has an astonishing and glittering species of wild creatures. It is interesting to note that a visitor can spot over 22 species of mammals along with 250 species of birds. Also, several lizard varieties, Egyptian vulture, a small Indian civet, palm squirrel, etc. can be seen at this place.
Bandhavgarh national park is among the biggest reserves in India with the rich population of white tigers. Spotting a big cat on this place is not a difficult task. Surely, this place won't depress you. The place has 20 percent of global tigers. And therefore if you are a wildlife lover, then visit this place. The place is like heaven to visit. Incredible history and an exceptionally great variety of flora and fauna make this place a must-visit spot for tourists.