The original home of the white tiger, the Bandhavgarh National Park is a fascinating place. The magnificent beauty of the place is complementary to the charm of the wild tigers that roam here. There can be only reason for visiting Bandhavgarh which is to see a tiger. Everything else becomes secondary in importance when you can watch one of these majestic creatures stepping out with pride. Bandhavgarh is the ancestral home to every white tiger that breathes in this world. The graceful contours of this magnificent creature silhouetted against the verdant green landscape will not be a sight you are likely to forget anytime soon. These mesmerizing creatures roam in the wilds of Bandhavgarh in all their glory. However, royal tigers are not the only fascinating things that move in the lush lands of Bandhavgarh. There are 37 other mammals to look for. This includes the lithe leopards that prance about forests. The sturdy Indian Bison or Gaur has now been reintroduced to their native lands. There are also deer, wolves, hyenas and other interesting creatures. Bandhavgarh is home to 250 different avian species that provide amazing background music for your enjoyment. 80 species of butterflies flutter about without a care in the world.
How to Get There
By Air :
The nearest airport is Jabalpur it is located about 193 km away from Bandhavgarh. The next nearest airport is Khajuraho it is 282 km from Bandhavgarh. Daily flights from New Delhi & Mumbai.
By Rail :
The two railway stations are close to Bandhavgarh are Katni, 90 km from Bandhavgarh and Umaria, 35 km from Bandhavgarh.
By Road :
Bandhavgarh national park is well connected with all the major cities in India & with other national parks in the circuit like Pench, Kanha and Panna. Distance from places; Jabalpur: 205 km, Khajuraho: 282 km, Satna: 112 km, Kanha National Park: 255 km