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Tiger Tour To Bandhavgarh May 25th - 28th

Tiger Tour Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh is uniquely famous as a forest offering nearly 100 percent tiger sightings. The density of the tiger population at Bandhavgarh is one of the highest known in India. Along with the majestic tigers, one can hope to see many species of mammals and 250 species of birds. Besides the wildlife, Bandhavgarh tiger reserve has lovely landscapes and flora.
Take a jeep Safari, hear and spot various wildlife and birds of the forest. Visit the ancient forts, temples or visit a village. Take a trek with our birding guides to spot birds of Bandhavgarh, the common species of birds seen here are Egrets, The Blue Bearded Bee-Eater, Darter, the Yellow and Red-Wattled Lapwings, Egyptian Vulture, Kingfishers and Indian Rollers.
Reptilian fauna includes Cobra, Krait, Viper, Rat Snake, Python, Turtle and a number of Lizard varieties.

Monsoon Forest

Your stay will be at Monsoon Forest, a unique eco-lodge with luxury air-conditioned tents and indigenous central Indian mud house styled architecture. a swimming pool to beat the heat, and beautiful grasslands, views of the forest and the Bandhavgarh Fort in the distance, serenity will seep into you.

Be prepared to have a fabulous stay as we ensure you make your stay most memorable. Special romantic dinners, traditional massages and yoga sessions are also an option at this resort.


Monsoon Forest,
Village Tala,
District Umaria,
Madhya Pradesh,India

Travel Date

May 25 -28th 2017

Tour Price

INR 24750.00 per person

March Update - Cub Boom

  • New Kankati Tigress has delivered her 1st litter of 3 cubs
  • Spotty, another female is moving through the park with her 3 sub adults
  • Rajbehra Tigress has 4 juveniles to look after
  • The queen of Mahman has 2 cubs
  • The Tigress of Damdama is a mother to 4 cubs
  • Patiya female has 3 cubs, but only pugmarks have been seen so far
  • Dotty found mating with a large male i.e. Bamera's son who is dominating Magdi zone
  • Mr. Bhim shuttles between Khitauli and Magdi Zones
  • The density of Indian Gaurs has increased and formed three groups
  • Indian Rock Python engulfed a full grown spotted deer in Khitauli
  • 2 pairs of Indian Civet makes Monsoon Forest their home


There are train options
to Umaria & Katni stations and
regular flights to Jabalpur.
(Transport can be arranged at an extra cost:
1-hour drive from Umaria;
2½-hour drive from Katni;
3½ hours from Jabalpur airport).