Bandhavgarh National Park is the most famous national park in India and is situated at Vindhya Hills of Umaria district in Madhya Pradesh. In 1968, it was reserve as National park and now it is become one of the ideal parks for photography and tracking Tigers. Bandhavgarh National Park is also become world’s most density of Bengal Tigers.
The Bandhavgarh National park is spread within approximately 105 square km and the national park gives amazing range of flora and fauna. There is number of animals and birds due to perfect geography position, in the park almost 250 species of birds and 22 species of mammals. However, it is considered as the abode of white Tigers except this you can see some other Indian wildlife species such as Sambars, Barking deer, Wild Boar, Jackal, langgors, Bison and Cheetals.
According to legends, Bandhavgarh is to be found in India’s devotion mythological heroes Rama and Laxmana. The name Bandhavgarh derives with two words BANDHAV means ‘Brother’ and GARH means ‘a place to live people’ or ‘Fort’, and you can say “The Brother’s Fort”. It is believed that the place to be gifted by Lord Ram to his Bandhav (Brother), while they returns from victory over Lanka.
The Bandhavgarh National park opens for visitors from 15th October to till 30th June. The best time to visit in the park is November to March months. But February will be the excellent time to visit in Bhandhavgarh National Park due to rain fall during monsoon season and get breathtaking moments of flora and fauna.