Indian Wildlife Tour
Bandhavgarh covers an area of 450sqkm known for its booming flora and fauna and a large biodiversity. The area of Bandhavgarh is surrounded by hilly terrains of rocks and sandstone covered with marshy lands. The dense region of Bandhavgarh with its huge breeding population of leopards and tigers are known as the highest tiger survivors in India.
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the popular national parks in India located in Madhya Pradesh. Bandhavgarh was declared a national park in 1968, To view a day in the life of an Indian village, where the pace of life is still measured by the rhythm of the seasons.
The foliage in Bandhavgarh consists mainly of dry deciduous forests rich in flora and fauna with extreme moderate climate. Captivating landscapes are surrounded by various hills, plateaus, cliffs and meadows with the fascinating vegetation filled with Sal forest in the valleys, with the Bamboo that stretches on the lower slopes to get the compliment for the area.. The riverbanks with extremely fertile soil is a home to the dominant species of flora and the huge wildlife, where even the White Tigers are the most spectacular. It offers the most eye-catching views of the animals in their natural habit .
|Languages spoken||Hindi, Telegu, Marathi, etc.|
|Currency used||Indian rupee (Rs) or Indian currency.|
|Longitude||23 30' 12 to 23 45' 45 N|
|Latitude||80 47'15'' to 81 11' 45 E|
|Altitude||440mts to 810mts|