Monday, August 6, 2007
Bandhavgarh National Park
All the photos included in this slide are taken by me or my friends..
I would like to thank Mr. Pranay Shrivastava and Mr. Kapil Parmar for their support and for providing me with some of the above shown Photographs. Photos taken are from our trips to Bandhavgarh in November 2006, December 2006 and May 2007.
Bandhavgarh National Park is home to more than 50 Tigers including 25-30 in the Tourism Zone. Bandhavgarh even holds the highest density of Tigers in the country. This place was once known for its White Bengal Tigers.
Reaching Bandhavgarh National Park.
By Air: Jabalpur- 165 kms and Khajurao- 230 kms are the most nearest airports.
By Rail: The nearest railhead Umaria- 30 kms, Katni- 75 kms and Satna- 117 kms.
By Road: Jabalpur- 165 kms, Khajuraho- 230 kms, Varanasi- 340 kms, Katni- 75 kms, Rewa- 115 kms, Umaria- 30 kms, Kanha- 250 kms.
Best time to Visit.
The best time to visit the park, keeping all aspects in mind, is between December and February but it is the warmer months of April, May and June that are best for tiger and leopard sightings.