The Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve ramifies throughout the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh, boasting of the highest known population of tigers in India. It has been divided into three zones namely, Tala, Magadhi and Khitauli. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is distinguished by the Royal Bengal Tigers. Long before it was turned into a tiger reserve, Bandhavgarh National Park was a major tourist attraction because of its historic contribution and rich heritage. On account of the vast vegetation, Bandhavgarh National park is home to myriad animals and birds. Sloth bear, barking and sambar deer and leopards are a few animals that pay occasional visits to turn adventurers’ excursions all the more exhilarating.
Location: Madhya Pradesh