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Overview

Are You Ready for an Unforgettable Bandhavgarh National Park Safari?
With an area of almost 400 square kilometres, Bandhavgarh National Park is known for its variety of topographical features. These include high ridges, undulating terrain, forests, and open meadows. The varied vegetation of Bandhavgarh National Park ranges from tall grasslands to dense Sal forests. This makes it the ideal habitat for a wide variety of animals and birds. Travelling to this park gives you the opportunity to traverse this national park and witness the magnificent Indian tiger. Also, you can witness seldom-seen creatures like the leopard and sloth bear due to their varied topography.

Types of Safari in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

The finest way to experience wildlife adventure and thrill is to go on a jungle safari in Bandhavgarh National Park. When you do your Bandhavgarh Safari Booking, you should be aware that there are the following types of safaris available:

Jeep Safari:

Jeep Safari is one of the best methods to take in Bandhavgarh National Park’s enthralling wildness. The park is open to wildlife enthusiasts twice a day, in the morning and the evening. 4WD Gypsies are typically preferred for jungle safaris. A trained Guide rides in the jeep with a maximum of 6 passengers to make the trip more informative. The time of sunrise determines the morning safari schedule.

Single Jeep Safari:

You will go with other visitors and a guide in a single Jeep Safari.

Full-day Jeep safari:

In a full-day Jeep safari, you can reserve the entire vehicle for yourself, together with a driver and a guide, and your jeep will arrive at the safari area 15-20 minutes sooner than other cars. You’ll leave for home 15 minutes after the last of the safari cars.

Canter Safari:

Tourists often prefer to go on a wildlife safari in canter automobiles. It can hold up to 12 visitors. The tourist can use it on a first-come, first-served basis. The Magadhi Zone and Khitauli Zone permit camel safaris. Due to its affordability, tourists consistently choose it as the second-best alternative.

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Elephant Safari:

Elephant Safaris are among the most well-liked ways to view wildlife. When you do your Bandhavgarh Safari Booking, make sure you reserve an elephant safari in advance online because it is not always accessible. They are mostly preserved for study, rescue, photography, and not tourism purposes alone. It is difficult for a regular tourist to hire elephants for a safari. For the issuing of a full-day jeep safari, you must obtain approval from the Field Director of Bandhavgarh National Park 7 to 10 days in advance, along with a Demand Draft for the security deposit.

Walk Safaris:

At the buffer zone in Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, you can go on a guided Walk Safari with a tour guide. A naturalist and a forest officer will be with you. The greatest people for it are individuals who enjoy getting close to nature.

Bandhavgarh Safari Booking Procedure

On our official website, you can reserve a safari for Bandhavgarh National Park by checking for availability. Alternatively, you could contact us to make a safari reservation. Make reservations in advance if you’ve decided to visit Bandhavgarh National Park. The best time to go on safari varies depending on whether it’s summer or winter. However, park management reserves the right to alter the scheduling of the safari at any time. The park remains closed every March during Holi and every Wednesday evening (just in the core area) for safari.Allowance to a limited number of cars is given to enter the forest in various zones each day. This is done to prevent crowding the forest and upsetting the local flora and animals.

Safari Timings and Prices

Seasonal variations will affect Bandhavgarh National Park hours.
Wintertime daylight hours cause the morning entry time to be longer and the evening exit time to be shorter. October to June is the ideal time to go on a wildlife safari in Bandhavgarh National Park.
From 15 October to 30 June, the park is open to visitors interested in wildlife. The park remains closed to visitors in the evening on Wednesdays. India celebrates Holi with a lot of fanfare and spectacle. Both shifts of the remains are closed on this day. If you don’t want to visit Bandhavgarh National Park during the summer, November to March is the best time to do so because there is a significant probability of seeing tigers there.

 

Bandhavgarh National Park Safari Booking Zones

Three zones—the Tala, Magadhi, and Khitauli, follow various itineraries that make up the Bandhavgarh Safari. The Tala zone is the one where people are most likely to see tigers out of the three.

Tala Zone

One of the largest and most well-known animal zones is the Tala Zone. This zone has designated routes from A to E. You’ll be shocked to learn that this zone contains the splendor of the Royal Bandhavgarh Fort as well as some fantastic wildlife sightings. One of the best places to see tigers is there. Bhitari Hide, Bamania Hill, three cave locations, Vulture Nest, Siddha Baba, Chakradhara Hide, Gopalpur Pond, and Sita Mandap are a few of the top sights to explore in this area.

Magadhi Zone

The Magadhi Zone is one of Bandhavgarh National Park’s most visited wildlife areas. Picturesque grasslands and woodlands cover the entire area. It is located around 8 kilometers from Tala Village and borders the Tala Zone. This zone’s safari paths run from E to H. Additionally, it is among the top areas for Tiger sightings. Sehra Dadra, Sukhi Dam, Baherha, Badbada, Pathiha Camp, Dabhadol Tank, Kerhawah, Dahua Tower, Dinosaur Rock, and Mahaman Pond are just a few of this zone’s top tourist destinations. To avoid any last-minute hassle or unavailability, you should do your Bandhavgarh Safari Booking prior.

Khitauli Zone

One of the best areas for the Safari is the Khitauli Zone. It is a region of the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve in the west. This area is ideal if you enjoy bird watching. Additionally, you will see Blue Bull, Leopard, Sloth Bear, and other animals. Charkha Dongri, Nigai Nala, Kumbhi Kacchar, Tedka Munara, Marjadgarh Tower, and Garhpuri Dam are a few of the most stunning tourist destinations in this area.

Panpatha Zone

Renowned for its beautiful woodland panoramas and sightings of wild dogs, jackals, chitals, sambhars, blue bulls, and bears. Religious tourist attractions like Shesh Shaiya and Laxmi Temple enhance the tranquil appeal of this area.

Dhamokhar Zone

Dhamokhar Zone will provide tranquil views of spectacular wildlife, including Deer, Sambhars, Cheetahs, Bore, and several lovely birds. Due to the abundance of fantastic tourist spots for photography and wildlife sightseeing, you won’t regret visiting this area. The top tourist destinations include Kadewaha Madehavah, Kalwahdhaar, Badawar, Mudgudi, and Jhaanj, among others.

Do’s and Don’ts

  • You require current ID proof, such as a passport, driver’s license, pan card, voter identification card, Aadhar card, or ID from the Central Government, to purchase an entrance ticket.
  • Foreign visitors must have a current passport to purchase an entrance ticket.
  • Include full name, age, gender, and nationality in the paperwork when making a safari reservation.
  • Wearing a hat or cap will shield you from the stifling summer sun. Make sure to bring a bottle of water and your sunglasses if you’re going on the safari during the heat. This will assist you in staying hydrated and avoiding sunburn.
  • When going on a safari in the winter, make sure to dress warmly because the temperature in the forest is lower than it is in the city.
  • When going on safari, stay away from wearing brightly colored clothing since this may draw unwanted attention from the wildlife. To effortlessly blend in with the surroundings, it is advisable to wear earthy colors like brown, grey, etc.
  • Talking loudly, listening to loud music, or leaving trash in the jungle are all prohibited activities. Avoid all these activities at all costs if possible.

How to reach Bandhavgarh

You can travel by car, train, or plane to get to Bandhavgarh National Park. The closest domestic airports are Khajuraho (160 km) and Jabalpur (225 km). People may easily travel to the national park from these cities because of well-connected highways, the availability of public transportation, and private transportation options. The Bandhavgarh National Park is located 22 kilometres (km) and 100 kilometres (km) respectively from the closest railway stations in Umaria and Katni. To get to the location from any of Madhya Pradesh’s major cities, travellers can hire taxis.

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FAQ Regarding Bandhavgarh Safari Booking

The Rewa royal family used the Bandhavgarh National Park as their hunting grounds. Consequently, it has a close affinity with the natural world, old art, history, and religion. A few of the tourist spots included in the wildlife tour are the Ancient Caves, Badi Gufa, Bandhavgarh Fort, Bandhavgarh Hill, Shesh-Saiya, and Tala Hamlet.

In its jungles, the Bandhavgarh National Park is home to 60–70 tigers. You might be able to see one throughout your safari, depending on your luck.

The former Rewa royal family's hunting grounds were at Bandhavgarh National Park. Here, the princely state's Maharaja used to go tiger hunting. numbers Throughout the national park's woodlands tigers can be found in great numbers.

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