Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
3 days


Bandhavgarh (Bandhav+Garh) means Brother's Fort in Sanskrit. Bandhavgarh National Park is considered to have one of the highest densities of Bengal Tigers

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Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Jungle Roads
Event Date Jun 23, 2017
Event End Date Jun 25, 2017
Event Location Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Pickup Point Bandhavgarh National Park
Pickup Time 08 : 00 AM
Things to Carry 1. Carry earth colour clothes to respect the jungle rules.
2. Do not forget to carry binoculars, sunglasses, torch and a good quality camera to make your trip memorable.
3. Do carry your Photo Identity Cards, numbers of which are provided at the time of booking your safaris and accommodation as the same are required to be presented at the time of park entry.
Itinerary Day 1:
1. Arrival at Bandhavgarh Meadows
2. Welcome Drink
3. Lunch
4. Tea
5. Evening Safari
6. Dinner at the resort

Day 2:
1. Morning Safari
2. Breakfast
3. Lunch
4. Tea
5. Post Sunset Drive Around
6. Dinner at the resort

Day 3:
1. Morning Safari
2. Nature Walk / Bird Watching at the resort
3. Breakfast
4. Adieu to your home in the jungle with enchanting memories (check - out)

1. Accommodation for 2 nights at Bandhavgarh Meadows
2. 2 Cycles of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
3. 2 Safaris at Bandhavgarh National Park
4. Nature Walk
Instructions & Guidelines NA
Difficulty Level Moderate

Event Description

Bandhavgarh National Park is considered to have one of the highest densities of Bengal Tigers not only among all Tiger Reserves in India but across the world. Declared as a National Park in 1968, Bandhavgarh National Park's core and buffer zones are spread over 1131 square kilometres and is one of the most popular National Park in India. It was declared as a Tiger Reserve under "Project Tiger" in 1993 and is home to a number of wildlife species.

Bandhavgarh (Bandhav+Garh) means Brother's Fort in Sanskrit. It got its name from a hill named Bandhavgarh which as per Hindu mythology was given by Lord Ram to his brother Lakshman to keep a vigil at Lanka where Ravan had hidden Sita after kidnapping her during their Vanvaas.

The park also houses the 2500 years old Bandhavgarh Fort in the heart of the forest with ruins of arches, temples and manmade caves. Locals also believe that renowned poet and saint Kabir had taken shelter in one such manmade cave for meditation. Also, when Sher Shah Suri invaded India, Mughal emperor Humayun had sent his pregnant wife to hide in Bandhavgarh Fort.

Like any other tropical forests, Bandhavgarh also experiences extreme weathers with temperature ranging from 22°C to 44°C in summers and from 0°C to 32°C in winters. The park remains closed for tourists from 1st July to 15th October every year during monsoons.

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