Making a magnificent trip to Bandhavgarh will definitely take you to the lush greenery of the forested regions that are incredibly the natural abode of the variant of wild species. Catching the amazing glimpses of these majestic creatures are simply incredible and with safari opportunities in Bandhavgarh you can have it all in a complete organized way.
With elephant and jeep safari you can have a closer look to all these majestic creatures including the royal tigers and making a safe and visible glare to these species will complete your jungle safari in a true sense.
Doing a Tiger Safari in Bandhavgarh National Park is always exciting. The Jungle is engulfed in the Bamboo and Sal thickets, with history binding the past and present of the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. The nook and crannies of Bandhavgarh are well observed by the guides and drivers.
Experts behind the wheel and of folklore, it is their expertise on the Tiger and other wildlife of Bandhavgarh that ties together the entire Tiger Safari experience perfectly.
The Panpatha Wildlife Sanctuary is a part of Bandhavgarh National Park, spread across an area of 249 square kilometers. The sanctuary is known for its wide variety of fauna including various species of primates along with Tigers, Bears, Elephants, Wolves and other exotic animals.
If you are an animal lover, you will love to see the majestic animals in their true habitat while the thrill of the jungle Safari is a treat for the adrenaline seeker.
Kanha National Park is one of the most striking national parks in the Maikal range that proves to be the most inspiring place for the creative creatures. Creatures that don't live in the jungles but have great fascinations for the jungles, the intelligent creatures, the human being, who have great alluring for the wildlife and natural bewilderment. Among those intelligent creatures, the most notable writer and novelist of 18th century Rudyard Kipling once visited this place, the place which is the perfect home to magnanimous counts of Barasingha, the Swamp Deer. And to the curiosity of many, the invention of "The Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling was the result of the perfect inspiration of Kanha and the nearby areas.
With tropical based climate, summers at Kanha are so rigorous to be reached up to 43° C but the central highland area of Madhya Pradesh is also uniquely being doused with heavily monsoon pours with the average rainfall of 1800 mm to make the surrounding more scenic and greenish. On the contrary, winters can be found more shivering in the dense jungles of Kanha to drop the mercury level by -2°C.
In the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, Pench National Park is located in the districts of Seoni and Chhindwara. Named after the pristine River Pence which flows through the park, Pench National Park is one of the most popular wildlife reserves in India. The park also has its mention in the famous story of 1894, ‘The Jungle Book’, penned down by the renowned English Author Rudyard Kipling. The story was worldwide applauded, and hence, the national park became one of the popular national parks in the world in the 1970s and also a prominent tourist attraction in India.
Since then, every year oodles of wildlife buffs flock to this place just to spot the famous characters of the book, Akela (The Indian Wolf), Raksha (the female Wolf), Baloo (Sloth Bear), and the vicious Shere Khan (Royal Bengal Tiger).