Timings - Opening & Closing:
Summer: 7.00 AM - 5.30 PM ,
Winter: 7.00 AM - 5.30 PM
Bandhavgarh National Park provides abode to many endangered wildlife species like tigers, Indian bison, chital and langurs. Besides these, nilgais, chausingha, chinkara, wild boars and jackals can also be found in the park. It is known for the highest density of tigers in the world. From 105 sq km, area of the park was increased to 448.84 sq. km in 1982. Proposal to designate a part of the area of Rewa to tiger conservation was presented by Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa.
Apart from the wild animals, this national park is also home to about 250 species of birds like browed fantails, green pigeons, gray Malabar hornbills and green bee eaters. Furthermore, steppe eagles, black and white Malabar hornbills, parakeets, white bellied drongos and gold fronted leaf birds can also be...