The National Park in India with the highest Number of Tigers

Explore Bandhavgarh National Park which is home to the largest number of tigers in India. A basic stop for serious wildlife lovers and enthralling adventure of a tiger safari, Bandhavgarh National Park is prestigious for preserving India’s highest number of animals. This is a wildlife haven in Madhya Pradesh. It has the highest number of tigers in the district. The park is spread over more than 100 square kilometers and is home to more than 50 tigers who roam around like the kings with ample food to feed on. 

The park is the land of the white tigers, even though white tigers rarely exist and it is here that you can get a glimpse of this species. However, the last white tiger was captured here by Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa in 1951.


Bandhavgarh Tiger Safari Timing
There are 4 different zones in the national park to enjoy a jeep safari. The vehicles are permitted to enter inside the national park in all the 4 zones. Open Jeep safari is allowed only at fixed timings. The safari timings are similar to any other national park in India. The entry and exit timing are based on the seasonal changes. For example in winter due to the shorter duration of sunlight entry starts at late hours and you are required to exit early.

Also, the afternoon shift of Jeep Safari remains closed on every Wednesday and on Holi festival, both morning and afternoon shift remains close in the month of March.
Before making your safari reservations in Bandhavgarh National Park, there is some necessary information you need to fill up:
•Your Full Name
•Age & Gender
•Identity proof details like Aadhar card, PAN card, Passport, Driving License or Voter ID card
•It is important to note that the visitor is required to carry the same ID card in original at the time of visiting the national park as well.

Monsoon Forest Lodge illumines conservation based tourism. An organic farm and nursery ensure a healthy dining experience. Situated in Bandhavgarh Tala region which is Tiger territory.

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