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Home to the majestic Bengal tiger, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is known for its dense forests, rolling hills, and ancient forts that whisper tales of bygone eras.

This reserve is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers alike because of its rich biodiversity and captivating landscapes. Beyond the regal tigers, the park shelters diverse fauna, including Leopards, Elephants, Sloth Bears, and various Deer species.

Bandhavgarh's avian residents add to its allure, with sightings of White-rumped Shamas, Red Jungle Fowl, and Greater Adjutant Storks.

Embarking on a journey through Bandhavgarh unravels not just the wonders of India's wildlife treasure but also offers glimpses of history and natural beauty entwined seamlessly. Explore the untamed wilderness and capture the essence of Bandhavgarh's charm, where every moment echoes the untold stories of the wild.

How is it?

In these parts, the day’s calendar revolves around the tiger’s schedule, and life dances to the rhythm of its marauding moods.

The tiger’s beauty is an impossible paradox, a phenomenon more than a physical entity, seemingly existent in a different plane of reality. And that is why, no matter how prepared you are, every time you see a tiger, there is an inevitable buzz of excitement in the air.

Seeing a tiger in the wild has been documented to elicit strong reactions from souls of various travellers – from the weekend picnicker to the academically minded researcher. Some of them lose their voices in awe, while the others gush with joy and exultation, but nobody ever escapes the magic. There is a reason the tiger has been voted the world’s favourite animal.

Your quest through the verdant landscape truly encapsulates the essence of tiger-land. The grasses of the lush meadows, glistening with the sheen of the early morning dew glow with freshness, while the sheltering woods throb with the promise of many a wonder that they keep in their mystical folds.

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Halfway up the eponymous Bandhavgarh fort, an astounding monolithic sculpture of a reclining lord Vishnu oversees the wild affairs unfolding on the lower slopes where the star protagonists play out their everyday roles unwittingly as they live their charmed lives.

Jackals and jungle cats cross paths with pleasing regularity, the now rarefied species of vultures, including the red-headed, long-billed, white-rumped and Egyptian variety, which thrive here, constitute a heartening sight overhead, and a rich variety of other avian life gladdens the keen birder, of which lesser adjutant stork, Malabar pied hornbill, blue-bearded bee-eater and white-rumped shama are notable, and Asian paradise flycatcher and stork-billed kingfisher yield particular delight, while white-eyed buzzard, red junglefowls and honey buzzards are surprisingly common along with the nearly ubiquitous changeable hawk-eagle and crested serpent eagle. Indeed Bandhavgarh is a smorgasbord of the choicest riches.