Tiger- spotting is virtually guaranteed at Bandhavgarh as it has the highest tiger density in India. This is where the Maharaja of Rewa found the world’s first white tiger. The park is replete with deer, leopard, sambar and wild boar.
More than twenty –two species of mammals and two hundred and fifty species of birds can be found here. Dominating the park is the Bandhavgarh Fort and Prehistoric Caves rich with inscriptions and drawings.
A project Tiger since 1974, Kanha is the pride of Madhya Pradesh. Its sal forests, grasslands and stream are the abode of the majestic tiger.
Fauna includes leopard, gaur, banking deer, black buck, the barasingha and over two hundred avian species.
Dominated by the splendid Ken river, alternating valleys and plateaus, grasslands, gorges and escarpments, Panna National Park is ideal tiger country
Enjoy the thrill of a jeep safari at night or boat down the Ken to see crocodiles sunning themselves. The spectacular Raneh Falls are nearby.
Now renamed Indira Priyadarshini Pench National Park, it is vividly portrayed in Kipling’s Jungle Book. It is known for its large population of Chital and sambar, and the Pench Tiger Reserve boats of the highest density of herbivores in India .
The area is specially famous for large herds of gaur, nilgai and wild dog. The tiger, leopard, barking deer and chinkara are also found in large numbers, along with over two hundred and eighty-five species of resident and migratory birds.
Satpura tiger reserve is a welcome change to the regular wildlife circuit in India. Located 3 hours by road from Bhopal, this Tiger Reserve is spread over 1,500 square kilometers of pristine wildlife habitat and is truly one of the few modern day wildness spots left in the country .
What makes Satpura uniqu, is the variety of options it offers guests, to experience the flora and fauna in this magnificent forest.