Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National park Information

Bandhavgarh is one of the best national park in Madhya Pradesh. In 1968 this place is declared as a national park which is stretched over 100 square kilometer. The park has shown its effort towards the tiger conservation by increasing the number of tiger population. Every year more than thousands visit here to see the tigers.
Core area: 105 sq. km
Altitude: 800 m above sea level
Temperature range: 42°C to 2°C

Annual Rainfall: 1200 mm
Best time to visit: February-June
Tigers in Bandhavgarh national park– More than 50
Bandhavgarh National park madhya pradesh

The park is divided into three zones named as-

Tala: –  Tiger sighting opportunity
Magdi: – Elephant sighting zone
Bamera: – Both tiger and elephant can spotted here.
Wild animals in Bandhavgarh national park: – This park host more than 37 species of mammals and 200+ species of birds. The dry and tropical condition of this place is helpful for these species.  Leopard, Indian tiger, Deer, Chital, barking deer, wild boar, langur,  elephant, nilgai, hyena are some major species that can seen frequently in this park. the park has largest breeding population of leopards and deer.

National park in Madhya Pradesh: – Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest state of India. The state has a great role in wildlife conservation. Here is a list of national parks of Madhya Pradesh.
  • Madhav National Park
  • Mandla Plant Fossils National Park
  • Panna National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Sanjay National Park
  • Satpura National Park
Visitors can take Jeep Safari or Elephant Safari to see birds and wild animals. To see a tiger you must take elephant safari, visitor can also see Bandhavgarh Fort, Ghapudi Dam and Bhamera Dam.

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