Bandhavgarh Tiger Trails Tour Package from Kolkata Delhi Jabalpur2 Nights /3 DaysPackage Code: HTPC001394
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Bandhavgarh Tiger Trails Tour Package from Kolkata Delhi Jabalpur
Bandhavgarh Tiger Trails Tour Package: Overview
In this holiday package you will enjoy the wildlife conservation of Bandhavgarh which is a unique diversity in flora and fauna and wildlife is seen all over in this national park of central India. Although it's just over 400 square kilometers big, it boasts the highest tiger density in the world, with an estimated 55 Bengal tigers in the park, of which an estimated 22 tigers are located in the core area of the park. You will see leopards, gaur, deer, striped hyenas, nilgai and wolves. Birdwatchers can see an astonishing variety of geese, ducks, falcons, eagles, vultures, pheasants, swans and storks here. This weekend package is designed to give you all kinds of comforts and eases while enjoying the safari or residing at any of the resorts and hotels.
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Bandhavgarh Tiger Trails Tour Package: Highlights
An extraordinary view of forest of Bandhavgarh National Park
Enjoy wildlife in open jeep safari and elephant safari
Interact with the charismatic wildlife, different kinds of flora and fauna
A very pleasant Bandhavgarh fort situated in Tala zone
Visit the amazing Baghel museum
Oct-01 To Jun-30
Jul-01 To Sep-30
2N/3D Standard Package
|Rs 11000||Rs 12000||Rs 10000||Rs 0|
2N/3D Delux Package
Nature Heritage Resort
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2N/3D Luxury Package
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Two night accommodation in twin sharing basis
Two Jungle safari on sharing basis with Guide
Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Pickup and drop from Jabalpur
All toll taxes, parking charges and driver night hault
Airfare / Railway fare from Delhi / Kolkata
Any personal expenses
Bandhavgarh National Park Accommodation
Mogli Resort Bandhavgarh - TA Rank 4.0 - Certified in Excellence
Nature Heritage Resort - TA Rank - 4.5 - Certified in Excellence
Kings Lodge - TA Rank 4.5 - Certified in Excellence
Pickup from Jabalpur railway st. / airport and proceed for Bandhavgarh which is famous for their wildlife sanctuary and exciting places. Check in to resort and get freshen up. Enjoy the lunch that will be served in-house restaurant of the resort. Rest of the day free at your leisure. During your leisure time, you may go for village tour around the resort premises. Later in the evening, enjoy hot coffee/tea with some delicious evening snacks. Take pleasure of dinner and overnight stay in your resort in Bandhavgarh National Park.
Early in the morning you will have to get ready to go for jungle safari about 6 am and you will be served tea /coffee during the departure. The morning Jungle safari has wondering views and fresh air of forest with different kinds of flora and fauna in wildlife. After jungle safari by 10:30 am, come back to resort and have breakfast. Later you may enjoy at swimming pool or any indoor activities in resort like Chess, Table Tennis, Carom Board etc.
After post lunch, you will go for evening Safari which start by 2:00 pm. After visit all the zonal area of Jungle safari you would be returning at about 5:30 pm. Tea/Coffee Biscuits would be served in the evening. Later dinner and overnight stay at resort.
In the morning after breakfast checkout from resort and proceed to Jabalpur which is 170 km from Bandhavgarh. Drop you to railway st. / airport for onwards journey. Tour end
When to visit Bandhavgarh
During the rainy season it's closed. The park is open from October to June only. There is a slight variation depending on the exact month. Months of April – May – June are considered the best time to do wildlife photography and tiger photography. During this time, we can expect unusual photography of tigers as heat causes animals to remain close to water sources. Limited water sources will enable us to predict the animal location more accurately.
How to reach Bandhavgarh National Park
By air: The nearest Airport for Bandhavgarh National Park is Jabalpur & Khajuraho. Jabalpur 200 Kms / 04 Hrs Drive & Khajuraho 250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive from Bandhavgarh. One can get regular flights for Jabalpur & Khajuraho from all major airports of India.
By railway: The nearest railway stations for Bandhavgarh National Park are Umaria & Katni. Umaria is 35 Kms (45 Minutes drive) & Katni is 100 Kms (02 Hrs drive) from Bandhavgarh.
You will easily reach Jabalpur / Katni by train from Kolkata and Delhi as jabalpur is well connected with Delhi and Kolkata.
By road:The nearest Airport for Bandhavgarh National Park is Jabalpur & Khajuraho. Jabalpur 200 Kms / 04 Hrs Drive & Khajuraho 250 Kms / 05 Hrs Drive from Bandhavgarh. One can get regular flights for Jabalpur & Khajuraho from all major airports of India.
What to do in Bandhavgarh
Enjoy a Jeep safari or elephant ride in the company of an avid zoologist
Take adventure of trekking in Bandhavgarh fort
Enjoy the indoor activities of your resort
Bandhavgarh National Park Timings
|Park Safari Timings||Morning Safari||Evening Safari Time|
|15 Oct - 15 Feb||07:00 - 10:30||14:00 - 17:30|
|16 Feb - 31 Mar||06:00 - 09:30||15:00 - 18:30|
|01 Apr - 30 June||06:00 - 09:30||15:30 - 19:00|
India Wildlife Holidays
India is famed for its rich and abundant wilderness and wildlife sighting is a must when on a trip to this beautiful land. One can witness hundreds of diverse genus of creatures encompassing tiger, leopard, elephant, bear, wild boar, toddy cat, jackal, langur, ratel and many more in their natural habitat. Not only this, wildlife tours bring you close to different sorts of vegetation which make your holidays in India more appealing and adventurous.
Mp Wildlife Tourism
Madhya Pradesh is renowned for its erotic sculptures, pilgrimages, forts and palaces. But one more factor that adds a feather to the Madhya Pradesh cap is the bursary of lush thick forests, stupendous mountain ranges and rambling streams of flowing rivers. The forests of Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna, Pench, Satpura and many other National Parks and Sanctuaries are the home to the varieties of deer, tigers, blue bull, reptiles and aerial population. Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has some best managed and most frequented tiger reserves of the country including Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Pench, Panna and Satpura national parks and tiger reserves. These and other destinations around them are also good bird watching sites in India and certainly one of the best places to enjoy a quiet holiday with nature. With Kanha and Bandhavgarh being at the helm of tourism Pench, Panna and Satpura are fast catching up the tourism graph.
Number Of Tigers In Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh has a very high density of tigers within the folds of its jungles. The 105 km2 of park area open to tourists was reported to have 22 tigers, a density of one tiger for every 4.77 km2. (Population estimation exercise 2001). The population of tigers in the park in 2016 is about 60-65.
Bandhavgarh Jungle Safari
With one of the highest known densities of Tigers in India, Bandhavgarh National Park attracts wildlife photographers and enthusiasts from all over the world to experience the realm of the king of the jungle.
We offer Bandhavgarh Jungle Safaris in 4 x 4 Open Suzuki Jeeps with front facing elevated seats. Morning safari is usually from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and the evening safari is from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., The Park permits entry only after sunrise and exit before sunset, so the timing tends to change with the season. In peak winters safaris start as late at 7:00 a.m and in summers as early as 5:00 a.m.
Best Tiger Safari India
In a recent article that did rounds on many popular websites and national dailies, our national animal is what made the headlines. The population of tigers in India has risen. Earlier, it was estimated to be around 1,411 in the year 2006 and is now estimated to be 2,226 in the year 2014, according to the ‘Status of Tigers in India, 2014’. Another fact to be proud of is that India is now home to over 70% of the Tiger population in the world. This is exciting because tigers very recently faced the fear of extinction in India. Bandhavgarh National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. It has the highest density of tigers in the region.
The core area of the park is spread over 100 square kilometers and is home to more than 50 tigers.
The park is known as the land of the white tiger, even though white tigers no longer exist here. The last white tiger spotted in the wild was captured here by Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa in 1951.
Other animals in the park include chital deer, sambar deer, barking deer, wild boar, nilgai antelope, four-horned antelope, Indian Bison, wild dog, leopard, blue bull, Indian fox and bear.