Is it the tiger sightings, or something about the trees in Bandhavgarh National Park which is so sympathetic?
A significant core of the Indian Subcontinent, Madhya Pradesh has affluent antiquity and the culture hangs on to be undaunted even today. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is well known for its considerable tiger density and Bandhavgarh-fort on the top of the hill. It is said that if you are fortunate enough, you will be able to site a tiger. But with such great density of tigers, the possibility of sighting one tiger becomes quite good.
The day begins with the safari which starts early in the morning to explore wildlife in the serene hills of Bandhavgarh. The park has three different entries and consists of three different gates –
Tigers, sambhar, leopards, black-face languor’s, deer, wild boar, sloth bear etc are a couple of the wildlife attractions in Bandhavgarh National Park. Another attraction during the fort visit is the bird sighting from hill-top as people get a chance to bird watch the beautiful flying birds and wildlife enthusiasts have a chance to capture them with their photography skills.
The Bengal fox, Asiatic jackal, mongoose, Ratel, striped hyena, Chau Singha, Chinkara, Nilgai, and Gaur, are amongst the other wild attractions that are found in the Bandhavgarh National Park. The park is also home to a few reptilian faunae, some of them are krait, cobra, viper, python, rat snake, turtle, and Varanus.
Inside the park is situated the Bandhavgarh fort known as the Badhfort. Badhfort visit is a special visit where one can see the ancient Bandhavdheesh temple, treasury buildings, man-made ponds, statues, bird photography point, caves, etc. There is something about Bandhavgarh and it’s tiger revelation that one feels to return time and again to Bandhavgarh.
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