Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
6 days


Bandhavgarh National Park lies on the extreme north-eastern border of the present state of Madhya Pradesh in India and the northern flanks of the eastern Satpura Mountain range.Once a hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa, this is also the site where the famous White Tigers of Rewa were discovered.

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Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Pugmarks Eco Tours
Event Location Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Pickup Point Main Porch of Pune Railway Station,Pune
Pickup Time 06:45 A.M
Things to Carry 1. One haversack and one small shoulder bag (no Trolley Bag Or Suitacse)
2. Comfortable clothes for the no. of days (track Pants, t-shirts, tops etc) (Avoid Jeans)
3. Suitable nightwear , shorts, 3/4 s, one shawl/ chaddar, sweatshirt.
4. Undergarments, towel, napkin/ handkerchief, ladies sanitary sets
5. Sport shoes ,socks, floaters, Sun cap/ hat, water bottle
6. Personal kit containing toilet accessories, sun screen, cold cream, odomos,
7. No Deoderent
8. Torch with fresh batteries
9. Sun glasses, camera, binoculars, (optional at your own risk)
10. A bird book, field guide (if available)
11. Personal medicine, if any, with a note explaining doses, time, quantity etc. with the name of the child, No need to send any extra medicine
12. Pen, a small diary, a story book
13. Around 1500/- for meals during travel and for shopping
14. Please don’t send Mobile phone, music player etc. with the child.
15. An ID card with a color copy, (school I card/ Adhaar card/ Driving License etc)
16. ( penalty of Rs 1500 if no ID card brought)
17. chain and lock for all train camps
Itinerary Day 1:
Pune reporting at the Main Porch of Pune Railway Station at 0645 hrs. Depart by Pragati Exp (12126) at 0750 hrs. to CSTM. Mumbai campers to report at CSTM at 1200 hrs. Proceed to Jabalpur by Garib Rath (12188) at 1330 hrs.

Day 2:
Arrive Jabalpur at 0600 hrs and proceed to Bandhavgadh by AC vehicle. Check into a Wildlife Resort. Ice breakers and briefing. Go on discovery trail in the evening.

Day 3:
Morning and evening jungle ride. Watch out for wild boar, bear, leopard, wild dog, tiger-Wildlife film in the evening.

Day 4:
Enjoy morning and evening jungle safaris. Games and campfire.

Day 5:
Transfer to Jabalpur and visit Bhedaghat to view the spectacular Dhuadar waterfalls; take a boat ride to admire the marble rocks. Proceed to Jabalpur station at 1600 hrs. Reach Jabalpur at 1830 hrs. to board Mumbai Garibrath (12187) at 1930 hrs.

Day 6:
Reach CSTM at 1215 hrs. Pune campers to board (11009) Sinhgad Express at 1430 hrs. Reach Pune station main porch by 1840 hrs

Includes :
1. AC3 class train travel both ways.
2. Pune-Mumbai - Pune by Second Seating
3. Transfers by AC vehicle, safaris by gypsy
4. A/C rooms on 4 sharing basis.
5. All veg meals at the resort
6. Park fees, guide charges, game rides, boating, fees of resource person etc.

Excludes :
1. Medical, hospitalization and related expenses
2. Any item not covered under the head ‘cost includes’.
3. Meals during travel to and from Kolkata
4. Personal expenses such as telephones, cold drinks, mineral water, laundry, porter charges, camera fees.
5. Insurance of any kind
Instructions & Guidelines Campers must carry original photo ID card. (School photo id, Adhar Card, Passport, Voter Id, Pan Card, Driving Licence)
Difficulty Level Easy

Event Description

About Tour :
Once a hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa, this is also the site where the famous White Tigers of Rewa were discovered. Bandhawgarh today boasts of having the highest density of tiger population in the country.The Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has good forest areas – which are also excellent tiger habitats. Bandhavgadh National Park in Umaria district is one such tiger heaven. In 1993, Bandhavgadh National Park became a part of the Bandhavgad Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger.

It is one of the best managed National Parks in India and apart from the Tiger, one gets to see plenty of wildlife like Leopard, Hyena, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Sambar, Sloth Bear and many more. The birdlife of Bandhavgadh is equally rich with Adjutant storks and Vultures giving it the glamour. While Bandhavgadh does boast of a very good wildlife distribution, it is your observation skills that will actually help you sight these animals in the wild. Your eyes have to be sharp to look out for movements, as the prey and the predator – both rely on camouflage. Alarm calls and smells can actually make the search even more exciting.You are able to explore the park in safari vehicles, which cover over 50 – 70 kms of forest roads during each safari

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