Panna National Park

Famous for its national park you will be most delighted to visit this blessed land. If you are an adventurous tourist this is your spot. This land stands to be number one in spotting tigers in the entire world. Tiger lovers from all over the world visit Bandhavgarh at least once when they are in India.

Languages: Hindi and English
Best Time to Visit: October to June
Temperature: Summer (25°C Min to 44°C Max) & Winter (2°C Min and 22°C Max)
Climate: Quite Hot
Nearest Railway: Umaria
Nearest Airport: Khajuraho


Bandhavgarh National Park

Located in the Madhya Pradesh this national spark is spread over 400 km. This park proudly boasts to have large number of tigers. But among the tigers you will come across a variety of local and Bengal tigers. For the convenience of the tourists the park is segregated in 4 parts. This allows the guide to cover the area briefly in a better manner. Leopards are also a common sight in this area. However they move in the night time and there are fewer chances of your encounter. In case you wish to enjoy the location in its pure beauty; arrange for early morning or evening safari. There are other species that will make your cameras click instantly. You might come across spotted dear, antelope, sambar. There are also barking deer and wild boars. If you are a bird lover you will find this place delightful. You will get to see numerous species of birds. So when you are touring in Bandhavgarh National Park, do not forget to pack your binoculars and camera.

Bandhavgarh Fort

This fort might be in derelict state but you should visit it once. There are no registered records that mention the time when it was constructed. Archaeological department considers it to be approximately 2000 years old. This fort is mentioned in different Indian ancient books. If you find a local guide you will be updated about this mysterious fort.

Flora and Fauna

When you are in the forest of Bandhavgarh you should not miss the opportunity to appreciate its plants and flowers. All the animals, birds and plants you come across are local to this place and you will rarely find it any other part of the world. Some areas in the park are drier than the others and hold a distinct character. If you get the chance to see Chinkara or Nilgai do not miss to click some pictures.

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